Yearly roundups

Unbelievably, I’ve been writing this blog for nearly 4 years.  If you’ve followed my blog since its beginning in January 2012, then you’ll know that I originally started it as a place to record some of my research into Henry VIII’s English Reformation and local responses to his reign.  At that time, my research looked at the East Anglian town of Great Dunmow in Essex, and how the clergy, elite and common-people of town responded to the religious change of Henry VIII and his children.

Since then, my blog and my research interests have expanded considerably.  Here are links to each year’s blogiversay of my blog and a round-up of some of my work.

2013 – 1st Blogiversary – Part 1

2013 – 1st Blogiversary – Part 2

2014 – 2nd Blogiversary – Part 1 – Reflections on Writing a Blog

2014 – 2nd Blogiversary – Part 2 – The future

2015 – 3rd Blogiversary – Reflections

Great Dunmow's churchwarden accounts Essex Record Office D/P 11/5/1 fo.2r

Great Dunmow’s churchwarden accounts Essex Record Office D/P 11/5/1 fo.2r


 

 

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