ANGLO-ROMANY HERITAGE PUBLISHING

Exploring Five Centuries of U.K Romany History

BOOKS

The Early Romany Boswells, A Family History 1650-1810

Part 1: The Early Boswells and Famous Boswells

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PUBLISHED by the RTFHS

The Early Romany Boswells, A Family History 1650-1810

Part 2: Boswells in Parish Records & The Blewitts, Scamps and Lovells

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PUBLISHED by the RTFHS

Gypsies in Tudor England (1485-1603)

An account with new finds from the record offices

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Early British Gypsy Families

Volume 1: Allen to White 

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PUBLISHED MARCH 2018

PUBLISHED OCT 2018

 

Early British Gypsy Families

Volume 2: Hearn and Stanley

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Early British Gypsy Families

Volume 3: Smith

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Early British Gypsy Families

Volume 4: Buckley, Burton, Carey, Coates, Cooper, Deighton, Draper

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Early British Gypsy Families

Volume 5: Grey, Hall, James, Lee, Locke, Loveridge, Shaw, Small

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   Published January 2019

   Published April 2019

   Published August 2019

Published November 2019

BIO

Anglo-Romany Heritage was launched in February 2018 to promote and market the Romany based works of genealogist and author Richard Edmunds.

Richard Edmunds was born in the South of England, and studied as a Bachelor of the Arts in History and Archaeology at The University of Birmingham. He is a photographer, writer, researcher and genealogist, of mixed English, Irish, Scottish, French and Romany ancestry, who specialises in the immigrant communities to the British Isles in the Tudor and Stuart Periods, examining their roots, development and the wider contribution they have made to British society.

 

His prior works have centred on the French Huguenot community, and include The Huguenot Ivory Turners, The Early Huguenot Silk Weavers of Spitalfields and London 1550-1720 and The Huguenot Clock Makers of Spitalfields.

He has had several articles published in Romany Routes, the Journal of the Romany and Traveller Family History Society, and is the author of The Early Romany Boswells, A Family History 1650-1810, published by the RTFHS in two parts: Part 1 The Early Boswells & Famous Boswells (2017) and Part 2 Boswells in Parish Records & The Blewitts, Scamps and Lovells (2018).

The Anglo-Romany Heritage series of six books follow in the same vein as these prior published works. Intended as genealogical histories, the  author makes particular use of recently digitised newspaper collections, parish records, archive sources and earlier published family accounts, to rediscover, reconstruct and illuminate the personal stories of early Romany individuals and families.Through these personal stories, the author hopes the wider work will prove an enlightening and worthwhile contribution to the half millennia history of the Romany people in Great Britain.

 

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