The headline article in the issue is Heraldry: Your Get Started Guide. Author Mike Bedford looks at the history of heraldry, the elements of a heraldic “achievement,” the language of blazon, advice if you discover an armigerous ancestor and, where to see “heraldry in the flesh.”
For those of us whose ancestry is more prosaic, archivist Lisa Edwards recounts the history, restoration and future of a working-men’s club, while editor Helen Tovey reports on a research project to shed light on workhouse ancestors.
There’s also an article on the loss of 32 firemen and 2 firewomen as a result of the bombing of Old Palace School, St. Leonard’s Street, Bow on 20 April 1941 – 80 years ago.
Plus there’s the usual mix of news, views, advice and problems solved.
The magazine is likely available free through your Canadian public library subscription to digital resources. In Ottawa, that’s either Press Reader or Overdrive Magazines (Formerly RBDigital Unlimited Magazines -Zinio).