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Wendy Percival was born in the West Midlands and grew up in rural Worcester. After training as a primary school teacher she moved to Devon to take up her first teaching post and remained in teaching for 20 years. An impulse buy of Writing Magazine prompted her to start writing seriously. She won the magazine's 2002 Summer Ghost Competition and had a short story published before [...]
WartimeNI seeks to record the rich history of Northern Ireland during World War Two. Established in 2014 after a trip to Normandy, the site details stories large and small from the time. There is also an extensive database of people and places remembering their roles.
I'm Emily, 24 and living in bonnie Scotland. As an Archaeologist, I love sharing the history and heritage of different places. Discover with me as I find my feet post - university, explore new places and boast about the beauty of Scotland.
History, mystery, magic and books… these are the subjects that have shaped my personality and held my interest since I was a young girl, and still do today. When my nose isn’t in a book, my head is often in the cloud (or the past.) I’m passionate about British and Canadian history, particularly lesser-known stories about families, small villages, old houses and churches. For [...]
I have many interests in genealogy, but most of the time I delve into emigration, land ownership and early settlers to Canada. Because of my work, I enjoy learning about maritime history, British - Royal Navy, Merchant Navy, Canadian - RCN, WRENs and anything similar. The prairies of Western Canada are also near and dear to my research. I am particularly interested in the [...]
My name is Michael Rausch and I have a lifelong fascination for all aspects of history, particularly the history and development of submarines. I grew up near the water. I can remember seeing movies with submarines from an early age and I’m sure many of us have the same. Who does not remember Das Boot or The hunt for the red October? It sparked an interest [...]
Hi! I am Rebecca Larson, a mom, wife, professional genealogist, and armchair historian. My passion for the Tudor dynasty began during the research of my own family history. While working on my maternal grandmother’s side of the family I had traced them back to Margaret Tudor, sister to Henry Vlll and queen consort of Scotland. How exciting – related to the Tudors! — Unfortunately, no. [...]
My name is Helene Harrison and I run TudorBlogger. I’m in my late 20s and have an interest in Tudor History, which has been developed through my university experiences. I have finished my Masters degree in History with Commendation, following on from my BA in History with an Upper Second. I also have an MSc in Library Management with Distinction. Aside from the Tudors, [...]
My interest in the Tudors sparked off when I binge-read the Plantagenet/Tudor series by Philippa Gregory. Blogging about it, though, was never in my mind as I was pretty intimidated with all the information. However, I discovered that it is easier than it looks to be and that’s when I started this blog. Although the blog is named Traversing With The Tudors, I will be [...]

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