James Panton (1831-1908)

Today I have been working on the son of John Panton(1804-1865), James Panton born in 1831. This has already presented some mysteries. Why for example was he in the Christ Hospital, Lincoln in the 1841 census? After some archive research, I have decided that John and Mary Panton had probably placed James in the hospital […]

Words of Courage

Speeches are important. Churchill’s stirring words helped Britain get through some of the darkest days  in its history. One only has to hear Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream.“, to evoke a powerful moment in time. Sometimes the best words are spoken with courage, after a terrible tragedy such as Rosie Batty’s words after […]