Coroners’ inquests produce a lot of information for family historians. Your ancestors might have been involved in a number of ways. They might have been members of the jury, a court official or a witness. Inquests don’t just reveal how someone died. They also show how, where and with whom the deceased lived, and how they got on with family, friends and neighbours.
A one-hour lecture with Dr Kathy Chater
26/09/2018 14:00 - 15:00
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