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Sixty years as village postmistress, the
author has recorded her me..
The first General Election after British women won the right to vote in 1918 was almost an entirely ..
The Dear Watsons tells the story of a woman called Gladys, her husband and daughters, her family and..
David Capron traces his family roots back to Huguenot times and then into West Somerset and Devon wh..
Wolverhampton's history is closely linked
with the Fowler famil..
June Picken describes her eventful upbringing in pre-war Birmingham and life as a Land Girl in the W..
The Girl from Guildford Street describes a working class childhood, growing up in Lozells, Birmingha..
Birmingham poet Paul Thornber and Terry Carter, the author of “Birmingham Pals” regularly visit the ..
In this candid account Angela Claysmith Jenkins takes us through another twenty years in the saga of..
How did a jazz trumpeter and a struggling beginner journalist, both
London bred and born, come to ..
William Withering whilst travelling from
Birmingham to Stafford and..
William Hutton first visited Birmingham in
1741 as a runaway apprenti..
Birmingham born Alton Dougla..
David paints a picture of his enduring love of railways and his early days of volunteering on the Gl..