Let me introduce myself. I’m Sarah Murden an 18th century historian and genealogist and have been described by others as a super sleuth.
I would describe myself very much as ‘history detectives’ and I never really know until I begin our research where it will lead, hence the diversity of the posts. If possible, in each blog post, I try to include at least one piece of new or little-known information, which means setting myself quite a challenge. It’s always very easy to take facts presented, as being accurate rather than double checking to be sure. Having checked them out I have quite often found that they lead you on a very different and unexpected journey.
I try to remain true to the blog title ‘All Things Georgian‘, so nothing is out-of-bounds and hopefully, the posts will provide readers with a sample of what life was life during that period, warts and all.
As well as writing this blog, together with Joanne Major (former co-host of All Things Georgian), we have published five books with Pen and Sword Books:-
An Infamous Mistress: The Life, Loves and Family of the Celebrated Grace Dalrymple Elliott.
A Right Royal Scandal: Two Marriages That Changed History
A Georgian Heroine: The Intriguing Life of Rachel Charlotte Williams Biggs.
All Things Georgian: Tales from the Long Eighteenth Century
A History of the Dukes of Bolton 1600-1815
You can find out more about them in the ‘Our Books’ tab above, or by clicking here.
Where to find me on social media:
Facebook: All Things Georgian