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Our Criminal Ancestors features in Who Do You Think You Are? magazine’s 50 websites to watch in 2019.
Researcher Eddie Mullan investigates the ‘lives’ of ancestor Robert Connolly, a man who turned out to have a colouful and criminal past.
Ashley Borrett discusses the importance of newspapers when researching the history of crime.
7:30-9:30pm, United Reformed Church, Newbegin, Hornsea.
In this public and inaugural lecture, Professor Heather Shore will reflect upon on her research on historical youth justice from the early nineteenth to the twentieth century.
7:30pm, Town Hall, Town Hall Square, Grimsby.