THIS IS THE ENTRY POINT FOR SEVERAL WEBSITES
MAINTAINED BY SUSAN LAFLIN
Last updated May 2018
| This is the personal website for SUSAN LAFLIN.
It describes many of my research areas and other interests and has links to more information. My work before my retirement in 2000 may be seen on my university website. Since retirement I have been working on local and family history, name studies and wargaming.
|Sue's Published Books
|This is the list of books on various topics written and publshed by Susan Laflin.
| Website for the COALBROOKDALE WOMEN'S Institute.
We meet on the second Wednesday of the month in the afternoon in Jubilee House, Madeley and the website gives details of our programme.
| PREEN FAMILY
|FAMILY HISTORY WEBSITES
These websites contain information about several families in Shropshire and Suffolk which I have been studying. In Shropshire these include the MORRIS, PREEN, EVERALL and HOLLAND families and in Suffolk the LAFLIN, WELHAM, MULLET, COOPER and ESLING families.
| WARGAMING WEBSITES
These websites contain information about the company "Wargames Research Group Ltd", the History of WRG including free downloads of many past publications, and websites for myself and for my husband Phil Barker.
| This is Susan Laflin's name-studies website.
It has a copy of my thesis on Shropshire Placenames ending in "-ford", some papers published since then and a study of the origins of the names "PREEN" and "LAFLIN".
|Sue's blueyonder website
| This is Susan Laflin's local history website.
It was previously hosted on blueyonder and has now been added to this website. It includes studies of place-names ending in -ford.
| MEDIEVAL LATIN DOCUMENTS
This Website is devoted to the translation of Latin documents relating to the early history of Shropshire. The website contains details of the Ordericus Vitalis group, who met in Shrewsbury on Mondays until it's demise in 2014, as well as information on the documents they have studied.
|My University Work
|MY UNIVERSITY WORK
This website contains details of my career at the University of Birmingham before my retirement in September 2000.