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|1||All about the ship "Phoebe Dunbar".|
|2||BOTTOMLEY: Accidental Death|
Herbert was sadly killed in an accident on the streets of Paris.
This article charts the rise, fall and rebirth of the 200 year-old brewery founded by Robert Breakspear.
|4||BRANDON, Captain John Rose|
John Rose Brandon lived an adventurous and controversial life as a soldier and Captain in India before emmigrating to New Zealand. Here is his story.
|5||Charles Wooster: 107?|
Did Charles really live to be 107 years young. Read this press report.
|6||Counties of Britain|
Ever wondered what a Tythe is, or perhaps a parish? This article puts everything in it's place and fills in all those unknown, and often rarely used facts about the administrative workings of Britain.
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|8||STEER, Edwin: Obituary.|
These two reports were transcribed from newspaper clippings.
|9||The Barber of Lucknow|
Dr. Llewellyn-Jones is an historian with a particular interest in colonial India. She is Editor of Chowkidar, the journal of the British Association for Cemeteries in South Asia (BACSA).
|10||The Harper Orphans|
Following the untimely deaths of parents Katie Harper (nee Breakspear) in 1924 and then Fred Harper in 1925, the four children of the family, Edwin, Fred, William and Josephine were left orphaned. This is their story assembled from the Müller's Orphanage files.
|11||The Parish of Aberystruth, Monmouthshire, Wales|
Part of the old Welsh coal mining region, the parish no longer exists, but at one time included several coal mining communities. This folio provides details of some of those places.
|12||The Sad Case of Olive Mitchell|
Written by Lynne Cleaver, an expert researcher from
Tetbury, in Gloucestershire, England
|13||The Story of Little Jack Horner|
Little Jack and his association with Mells, Somerset
|14||The story of the ship "Java".|
Details the voyage from Plymouth, England to South Australia that started in 1839 and carried 500 new settlers, including the Crabb families, to a new and challenging life on the other side of the world.
|15||TRIPE, William Borrowdale: Obituary|
|16||WINTERBOTHAM, Frederick William: WW1 Royal Flying Corps|
These are the records of Frederick whilst serving in the RFC up until the time of his capture by the Germans.
|17||WW1: Moreuil Wood - Germans Halted by Allied Troops|