‘Behind The Headlines of History’ podcast, Episode 7
Brad’s tasked himself with the challenge of trying to answer someone’s plea to help them find living family members (from Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper, 9th Sep, 1900) and Michala’s story this week focuses on the surprising tale of Sir Gregory Lewin, a barrister gone bad: ‘”The Del Boy of History”! (Sparked by a news report in The Bradford Observer, 12 March 1840).
Then, News In Brief evolved into a pub quiz – take a listen at the end of the episode to see what we mean…
All newspaper articles referenced in this episode were sourced on Newspapers.com, with additional research conducted by Brad and Michala using Ancestry and other resources.
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Articles and Clippings from Episode 7: Looking for Loved Ones and The Del Boy Of The History World
Shilson Sun, Sep 9, 1900 – 15 · Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (London, Greater London, England) · Newspapers.comNo Headline Sun, Oct 14, 1900 – 15 · Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (London, Greater London, England) · Newspapers.comHighway Robbery At Eccles Hill Thu, Mar 12, 1840 – 2 · The Bradford Observer (Bradford, West Yorkshire, England) · Newspapers.comPelichet v. Loaden Wed, Feb 11, 1852 – 6 · Daily News (London, Greater London, England) · Newspapers.comGeneral Ignorance Questions Wed, Dec 24, 1890 – Page 3 · The Central Times (London, Greater London, England) · Newspapers.comFlash Beer Shops Sun, Sep 12, 1847 – 16 · The Era (London, Greater London, England) · Newspapers.com