Note: The Society is a learned body which encourages its members to pursue their own research. The Society regrets that, having no paid employees, it cannot undertake genealogical research or provide answers to general historical enquiries from non-members. Museums, archives and databases which may hold relevant documents are listed on this website's Links page.
Individuals seeking information are encouraged to join the Society, thereby obtaining access to a century's worth of relevant scholarly articles. Those with notes or queries of interest to the wider membership may send them to the Hon. Editor for potential inclusion in future issues of the Journal.
Dr Andrew Cormack PhD, FSA, FRHistS
All matters relating to the Journal EXCEPT book reviews. Also requests for the Waterloo Special Publication - ...a damn nice thing .... All other back issues and Special Publications are, from 1 August 2017, dealt with by the Treasurer, though the Hon. Editor can supply photocopies of individual articles. Material for the Journal should be submitted in electronic form, typed double-spaced and not justified to the right. Single spaces only between sentences, please.
Ms Carol Dixon-Smith
Point of contact for SAHR events.
Templer Medal Sub-Committee Chair
Dr John Peaty FRGS FRHistS PhD MA
For all enquiries relating to the Templer Medal Book Prize.