Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy


Revealed: The Nobel Prize winner who discovered his sister was really his mother

All his life, Professor Sir Paul Nurse has known that he was different from the rest of his family. It wasn’t only that he had been born so much later than his three siblings, or that he alone excelled academically. From the earliest age, his fascination with science was a defining characteristic, one neither his father, a mechanic at the Heinz food factory in Neasden, North-West London, nor his mother, a part-time cleaner, shared. for more click here

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