From genealogy to Moseley's Yard via St James'

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There's a new article on the Homepage written by Ann Tilling. This is the 20th article to appear on www.audlem.org and explains how to get started if you are interested in your family's or even your home's history.

And the reason for the somewhat strange path indicated by the headline? Well, a future article will be by the Rev Helen Chantry of St James' and, today, an invitation has been sent to Muller's to write an article on the Moseley's Yard development in Shropshire Street with, hopefully, details on how long the building work will take and information on the houses and apartments that will be on sale. Given that we have carried a number of critical stories on this development, it is felt only fair that a sense of balance is maintained.

If you have any suggestions for future articles, or would like to write one, do contact the webteam via 'Contacts'. You can read all the past articles by clicking on 'Previous' in the Articles section on the Homepage.

 

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