Ryde Social Heritage Group research the social history of the citizens of Ryde, Isle of Wight. Documenting their lives, businesses and burial transcriptions.
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RSHG produce 4 magazines a year, in January, April, July and October, these can be read online.

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In August, our busy research team added 42 biographical records to names on the website, including that of Miss Kate Hollis, who started her career as a pupil teacher.


This is an annual event run by Butterfly Conservation and the aim is to record as many of the commonest species as possible in the course of 15 minutes.


In June, our busy research team added 44 biographical records to names on the website, including that of Miss Elizabeth Treacy, portress at St. Cecilia's Abbey.


In May, our busy research team added 54 biographical records to names on the website, including that of Mr William Densham, who was associated with Marconi as an engineer for a long period.


In April, our busy research team added 51 biographical records to names on the website, including that of Mr Alfred Ernest Thompson, a  skilful horticulturist.


This easy fun quiz is about Ryde and surrounds. The answers can be found on the RSHG website. Go on give it a try!


During March and April, our busy research team added 42 biographical records to names on the website, including that of Mrs Patty Walford who was the sister of Rear Admiral Sir Edward Berry, 1st Baronet.


In March, our busy research team added 55 biographical records to names on the website, including that of Robert William Esdaile Richardson, a well-known watercolour artist.