My first post and I'm new to family history and have just joined the WLFHS. I am researching the life of my grandfather, Thomas Weston Miln Forsyth, who lived at Knysna Bank in Station Road, Broxburn in the early 1900s (along with his parents and siblings). A couple of years ago, my wife and I journeyed from Sussex (where we live) to visit Broxburn and to look for the house (we were attending a family wedding so used the opportunity). We couldn't find it, but Sybil Cavanagh very kindly took some photos of it in the pouring rain! We shall be visiting again next year hopefully and I hope I might even be able to make a meeting.
Anyway... I was intrigued to read the article on 'Granny Fox' in The Oak Tree 26 by Elizabeth Fraser. Elizabeth mentions a '...small booklet produced by a young man who has written two books on Broxburn and Uphall.' As a matter of interest, would anyone have an idea as to what books Elizabeth is referring to? (I have the book by Peter Morton).
Many thanks for any suggestions.