Sue Adams specialises in English manorial records, land records and maps. A typical client has encountered a reference to copyhold property and wants to understand how that can help trace their genealogy and family history. Records of copyhold property tenure are rich genealogical sources that prevailed in England up to the 1920s. Sue started researching her own family in 1997 and completed an Open University course in Family and Community History in 2001. She commenced postgraduate study at the University of Strathclyde in 2010 and was awarded a MSc in Genealogical, Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies in 2012. Her thesis explored the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in analysing manorial property and land records. She combines information technology and genealogical skills in her work.
; House Historian
; Land Records
; Paleography (ancient/historical handwriting)
; Court Records
Time Period Specialty:
; 19th Century
British Isles ; England
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