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Heritage Consultant

Hello! My name is Maxine and I’m the Archive Angel.

Every day I become a story-teller, a detective and a code-breaker; researching history so my clients can uncover their origins and the lives of their ancestors, humbled or hallowed! Historical research, whether for a family tree, a past event or a specific period can be a thoroughly rewarding and enlightening experience, both for my clients and for me.

As a qualified archivist, my training, skills and twenty years of experience can help you to uncover the real story. Find out more about me.

Archiving Collections

Do you hold a collection of historical records or artefacts and you’re not sure what to do with it? Do you need help unlocking the information held within? Perhaps you would like to discuss long-term preservation and access or methods of display and exhibition?

I work with individuals, organisations and estates within the North Yorkshire area to decipher, catalogue, preserve and display historical material and artefacts. Find out more.

Historical Research – People, Property & Local History

Would you like to uncover the truth about your ancestral heritage? Are you trying to find out more about the home you live in? Perhaps you’re producing a film or TV documentary, or writing a book, and you’d like help with some research of the local area or a period of history? Find out more.

Working with the Archive Angel

I love what I do: I’m a passionate archivist and I’m honoured to be asked to help tell other people’s stories. Contact me today for a free half-hour consultancy on your project.

What do my client’s say?

‘Thank you for your magnificent work on the Norton Conyers archives. You are so well organised, so imaginative, so good with people and have managed to complete a difficult task most efficiently.’

Sir James and Halina Graham, Norton Conyers

If you’d like to learn more of what my clients have to say, read their testimonials.

All enquiries are dealt with in a friendly and confidential manner by a qualified archivist with over twenty years experience.

As a Registered member of the Archives and Records Association, you can be assured of a high level of professionalism at all times.

Country house and history enthusiasts, the University of Buckingham is convening a one-day conference at Lamport Hall: The Country House between the Wars. Find out more here:
https://t.co/oWUIsgzP9Q

Come and find out about the life of Ignatius Bonomi (1787-1870), architect, at our lunchtime lecture this Friday 12.30 pm, £2, refreshments, no need to book

Look out for the June edition of Down Your Way, which is on sale from today. We look at fifty years of the heritage Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, Maggie Poppa meets third-generation corn merchant Edwin Hirst, and there are lots of holiday memories, too.

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