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William has recently taken early retirement after 28 years working in London in the Civil Service. The family home is now in Newport, South Wales. William enjoys a variety of hobbies and interests including walking, genealogy, theatre and freemasonry. He is the Editor of the Renfrewshire Family History Society Journal and has written a number of articles for family history magazines and published several booklets.


William is available to give talks to local and to FHSs on Scottish Family History, on Accidents and Disasters in Scotland,  research into other subjects for family historians generally and on his own family tree. 

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Contains events
1913-1930

A Handful of Dust Published 2005 - Copies still available at 3.50 post free

The 7th booklet in the Accidents series covers such events as the Gretna Green Railway Accident of May 1915, still Britain's world train disaster. Also included is the Paisley Cinema Tragedy of 1929, and the major mining dissasters of the period at Stanrigg, Redding and East Plean and many others.
 
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Other Accidents Books still available include
 
The Mystic Bridge -3rd in series  ( a few copies remianing )
That Dark Inn  - 4th in series
The Awful Shadow -5th in series
An Obscure Grave - 6th in series
 
ALL NOW AVAILABLE AT REDUCED COST  3.50 each post free UK

Scottish disasters from William Cross FSA Scot