A fascinating view of life 60 years ago – A Day in the Life of a Hertfordshire Mercury Reporter
The Memoirs of Margaret Hurst, a Hertfordshire Land Girl
Heroism is most often associated with individuals braving physical or mental challenges, often for the good of others or for ...
'Rough Justice' handed out in 1833
I was born in 1944 at Benslow Nursing Home Hitchin, now long gone. My father worked for Shelvoke & Drewry ...
Annie Swan, Journalist & Suffragist.
Audrey Collins OBE, The Pioneer of Women’s Cricket and a Trail Blazer for women.
Audrey Peattie, helped pioneer pregnancy tests.
10th Century Warrior Queen: Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians.
Read about: Barbara Follett MP, Government party transformer & Founder of networks & groups supporting women into government.
Come and read about the brave warrior Queen of the Iceni, Wife & Mother: Boudicca.
The youth of Hertfordshire have always brought enthusiasm and life to the county. While their customs, traditions and clothing have ...
Christina of Markyate Priory & Prioress of St. Albans
Cissi Pratt was born in 1899 and spent her childhood before the First World War in St Ippolyts (apparently then ...
I am looking for connections to Thomas Coleman b 1800 Redbourn to Lawrence & Susannah Coleman. & Rebecca his wife b 1806 Hertford daughter of ...
How did “Take Care” begin and grow into The Leonard Cheshire Foundation in Cuffley?
Watford's Elizabeth Fuller (1644–1709) founder of a Free School.
Dame Ellen Terry, was considered the leading Shakespearean actress in Britain.
Juliana Berners: English writer on heraldry, hawking and hunting.
Hertfordshire is landlocked
Delarivier Manley: 17th Century Author, Play-write and "a journalist in the making".