Subject: Family History Research
I gained a further education teaching qualification following my masters degree and have taught extensively as a university lecturer in history and research.
I specialise in social family history having a key interest in workhouse records, and exploring how the concept of the family unit has changed throughout modern history. I am a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists and associate member of the Regional History Centre, affiliated to the University of the West of England.
I have had various articles and recently two books published, ‘The Life and Death of Hannah Wiltshire. A Case Study of Bedminster Union Workhouse and Victorian Social Attitudes on Epilepsy’ (2016), and ‘Lady Blackshirts – The Perils of Perception. Suffragettes who became Fascists’ (2017).
I look forward to welcoming you to discover your unique family history!
Rosemary Caldicott BA MSc