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Adèle Emm

Adèle Emm is the author of Tracing Your Trade and Craftsman Ancestors (Pen and Sword 2015) and My Ancestors worked in Textile Mills (to be published by Society of Genealogists) and numerous articles in genealogy magazines.

Alec Tritton

In his spare time Alec keeps  rare-breed horses and ponies (Dales & Irish Draught), two cats and chickens and enjoys listening to smooth jazz. However, Alec lectures regularly for the family history community and currently teaches the Nonconformity  and Occupation modules for the Joint SoG/Pharos Tutors  online  Family History (Intermediate) Skills and Strategies course

Professor Rebecca Probert

Professor Rebecca Probert is the leading academic authority on the history of marriage law in England and Wales. She has taught at the University of Warwick for the past decade and is the author of many scholarly articles and monographs. She has also appeared numerous times on TV and radio, and her work has been widely recognised as rewriting modern understandings of past marriage practices.

Tahitia McCabe

Tahitia McCabe was a librarian at the Alaska State Library and is currently a tutor and Knowledge Exchange Fellow at the University of Strathclyde’s Genealogical, Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies Postgraduate Programme. She is also the lead educator on the Genealogy: Researching Your Family Tree massive online open course (MOOC) offered through FutureLearn. 

Dr Jane Howells

Jane Howells is editor of Local History News for the British Association for Local History. She is an experienced author, and a regular speaker to local and family history organisations.

 

Celia Heritage

Professional Genealogist & Author. 

Keith Gregson

Professional Researcher and Social Historian

John Hanson

John Hanson was a Systems Specialist in the banking industry before taking early retirement in 2001. He has been researching his family history for the past 30 years and has used computers and the Internet for his research since their early days. His speciality is the census is the author of

Kirsty Gray

Kirsty has almost twenty years research experience and was a founder member of both the Society for One-Place Studies and The Surname Society. She was awarded No. 1 ‘Rockstar’ Genealogist for England/Wales/Scotland and the Commonwealth (2015 and 2016) and is a well-respected genealogist across the world.