The Lost Chronicles of the Templars
Through my old mate Scott Wolter of American Unearthed fame, I was introduced to genealogist Diana Muir, who has been busy assembling my family tree over the last month. I had traced my paternal side to the 1590s and my maternal side to the 1700s, when I researched my family history around twenty years ago, and it was great for Diana to not only double check everything, but to extend the family line way back to 1066 through the Domville and the Warburton lines, and in doing so has unearthed a few Masonic connections and a possible Templar link. All of these findings will be published soon in a book by Diana, so as soon as I get some news on that, I’ll do a blog post.
Diana has written a number of works on the The Lost Chronicles of the Templars, all of which are available on amazon here. The first book also has a foreword written by Scott Wolter and Terry Tilton. Other books by Diana present her genealogical work and for enquiries for her family history work, drop me a message on here and I’ll pass on the request.
I’ll be reviewing Scott Wolter’s book on the Templars soon, and the episode of American Unearthed in which I appeared can be seen below: