Peter Collins describes the life of William Smith, a UK Parliamentarian from 1784 to 1830. William Smith campaigned for the abolition of slavery and championed the Doctrine of the Trinity Act 1813 which made it legal to practice Unitarianism.
Presenter: Peter CollinsTopics related to this webcast: Family-Histories, London-Discussion-Circle
Presenter: Lynda CollierTopics related to this webcast: Actors, Family-Histories, London-Discussion-Circle
Lynda Collier talks about three generations of the Robert's Family who were actors in London.
Presenter: Jill TretheweyTopics related to this webcast: England, Excise-Officers, London-Discussion-Circle, Occupations
This presentation examines the life of a 19th century Officer of Excise based in London. Jill also describes how she researched her ancestor and the records that are available to assist her.
Presenter: Robyn AnsellTopics related to this webcast: England, Family-Histories, London-Discussion-Circle, Victoria
This presentation explores the life of watermen in London over the period from 1600 to the end of the 19th Century. Robyn Ansell also explores her Round family who were involved in this occupation. Handout