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 FAMILY and HISTORY RESEARCH Topics
  The findings of various smaller research projects are detailed via the links below.

These may have resulted  from projects carried out for clients [and reported with their permission]; from the researching of  a photograph of local interest; or the fortuitous discovery of some item of local history or family history that has been further investigated.

Some of the photograph research has developed from finding items by the local Speight photographers and some of these may be detailed on the Speight Photographers page.

Some of these project findings have been or can be incorporated into lectures tailored to your organisation.  For a  listing of current lectures given and FUTURE PRESENTATIONS can be found by clicking the link.

1]  The Loake Family of Wilcote and Witney
- research into this family has now been published - see John Frearson Publications.

2] The Tayler family of Northleach
- research into this family has now been published - see John Frearson Publications.

3]  Gimpsons of Leicester -
A Photograph of the staff at Gimpsons of Leicester was purchased on EBay as one Director was a William Henry FREARSON, member of a Leicestershire family [ref: L29] studied in the Frearson One-Name Study.  A scan is included with the names for the benefit of family historians.

4]  The Walbrook Glee Singers
- An enquiry about a photograph, led to its donation to the Speight Archive.  The story of the four singers, and a connection to another project, the Rugby Cement history is recounted on the
Speight Photographers page.

5]  Ibstock United Football Club
- a named photograph of the team in 1902 - 1903, taken when it appeared at auction in 2009.



Further details can be obtained from:- John Frearson - johnphfrearson@btinternet.com 


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