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Excerpt from Seeking John Campbell (1)

The excerpt below is taken from the first three pages of the Prologue and signals the start of my journey Seeking John Campbell   At the end of 1995, sixty-eight-year-old Isabel Greig returned to Stone House, her home in the … Continue reading

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Cover Design

Long before the final copy-edit I had concluded that my first and unusual hybrid non-fiction book containing elements of genealogy, heir-hunting, and social and family history would not attract a main stream publisher. In any event I couldn’t face writing … Continue reading

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Original family history documents

Whilst the internet speeds up genealogical research it lacks the buzz of discovering an original document and holding it. From a preservation point of view digitisation ensures that old documents remain available to all for ever. Whilst many smaller archives … Continue reading

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