Throwing Money at a Problem

For the past few days I’ve been working at the Staffordshire problem.  I’ve followed up numerous leads but in the end the best solution I found was to throw money at the problem.   So 99 pence plus postage was wantonly  dispatched to an Amazon Seller and I became the proud owner of an ex Kent Library book called The Staffordshire Landscape.  It has helped me so much.


As a result of this book plus all the other leads I’ve been able to start to draw a map of  Staffordshire dating back to before the Romans (This is only a very small part of the map)

The work is painstakingly slow but ultimately rewarding.  However, it doesn’t help that it wasn’t until the early part of last year that I kept my records on a database, linked to the maps,  before then it was vague references which no doubt meant something at the time but didn’t 2 years later! I eventually found the book I was referencing in my slowly increasing library of local history books!

About Guthlac

An artist, historian and middle aged man who'se aim in life is to try and enjoy as much of it as he can
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