Our Southport team uncover the story of the King’s Plate – Video

Recently we were featured in a short documentary produced by Your Southport about the extraordinary lengths our researchers go to get to the facts about myths. The research was conducted for The Atkinson, Southport’s home for music, theatre, art, literature and history.

In their collection, which holds over 3,500 artworks and over 25,000 pieces of social history, was a plate rumoured to have been used by a King. But which one? And when? And how did it come to be in the collection?

Watch below to find out.

As you can see, our work is for all kinds of clients and takes us to all kinds of places.

  1. We don’t just look at birth, marriage, and death certificates; our research stretches to museums, letters, newspapers, archives, books, ledgers, company records, census records—the list is endless.
  2. We can help anyone unravel a long-held myth.
  3. We present all of the evidence, leaving no stone unturned. We might not be able to prove a story conclusively, but we will be able to guide you to your own decision.

To read the full story, see this post on The Atkinson website.

If you have a story you’d like to unravel, contact us at Info@angliaresearch.co.uk.

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