Anyway, because I made these notes I'm just recording them here in an effort to help out future historians whose work will inevitably build on David's monumental work.
Page 44 - "Road of courage" not "Road to courage"
page 67 - it's "Kitty Hawke and her all-girl flying crew"
Page 88 - the Posy Simmonds 1969 book is "The Posy Simmonds bear book" not "Bear & Co"
Page 2 - Romero = Enrique Badía Romero
Page 10 The caption says one thing but the writing at the bottom of the image states "The American Press man"
Page 11 Oswald Mosely (Should be Mosley.)
Page 14 Sparky started in 1965 not 1967
Page 21 Pip, Squeak and Wifred should be Wilfred
Page 21 Tattler = Tatler
Page 24 Frank Eidelstein (who is also known as Cyril Frank Eidelstein / Frank Langford - just worth mentioning)
Page 28 Polstyle = Polystyle
Page 42 Dan Dare was "almost certainly the world's first painted adventure strip" - this is some claim, but I wonder if anyone knows better?
Page 43 Mirror Group acquired the Amalgamated Press earlier, in November 1958 (not 1959)
Page 43 Steven Hawkins (Should be Stephen Hawking)
Page 49 Frazer of Africa = Fraser of Africa
Page 52 Fennel = Fennell (correct later on the page)
Page 52 Mike Noble worked for Express Weekly (it wasn't TV Express till 1960) and drew "The Lone Ranger and Tonto" and later "Range Rider"
Page 54 Noble left in 1986 due to his Mother's ill-health and caring for her
Page 58 Giorgio Bellavitis went from Paul English on Swift, to Eagle’s prestigious back-page Mark the Youngest Disciple; his later work included Storm Nelson and Riders of the Range
Page 82 Ian Flemming (Should be Ian Fleming)
Page 87 Martin Asbury went onto draw Garth until 1997 not 1984
Page 90 Tattler (Should be Tatler.)
Page 92 RICHARD - Can you pad this out a bit? - The Rip Kirby volumes were published as 5 volumes and an Annual it just makes finding it a bit easier
Page 97 Valliant = Valiant
Page 122 Alberto Gilolitti (Should be Giolitti)
Page 141 Strangest Stories was published in June and School Friend