Lord Teviot

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Lord Teviot, also known as Charles Kerr, is well-known British genealogist, and a fellow of the Society of Genealogists since 1975. He is also President of AGRA, the Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives. He [1][2]

"Before his elevation to the Lords, during the 1930s Tevic Colonel Charles Kerr, had been warning of a Judeo-Bolshevik plot to overthrow European Christianity. During the early months of the war until his internment, he was a member of the Right Club, a dining club that was supposedly interested in curbing Jewish influence but was actually a front for the meetings with the leader of the British Union of Fascists. [3]

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Elliot & Whitmee
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RH15 5AJ
Phone 01444 247077

References

  1. Elliot and Whitmee International Geneaologists and Probate Researchers - Specialist Skills, organizational website, accessed January 15, 2012
  2. Elliot and Whitmee International Geneaologists and Probate Researchers - Welcome, organizational webpage, accessed January 16, 2010
  3. Matthew Reed, Rebels for the Soil: The Rise of the Global Organic Food and Farming Movement (Earthscan, 2010), p.58.