As I have a high regard for Simon Fowler, plus the London Branch of the Wales
FHS had Amanda Bevan from the TNA along to speak a week ago last Saturday, it
seemed worth buying this book. She has battled over several years to make sure
that the TNA maintained a Records Indexing capability, even when threatened with
its removal, and sometimes that had to be carried out somewhat clandestinely.
Without her determination, this facility may not have survived at Kew.
This book may well reflect the struggle that Archives and Archivists seem to
have in the 21st century to come to grips with the modern digital family history
Of course, the lessons from history is that the future is never exactly like the
past, but often there are resemblances that can be drawn.
From: DYFED [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Rhodri Dafis
Sent: 25 September 2017 17:25
To: DYFED <DYFED(a)rootsweb.com>
Subject: [Dyfed] Archives
This is something which may be worth reading.
Change Historian for Genealogist.