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Dec 2000

Dec 2000

Issue no: 63
Shops and Shopworkers in Former Times

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Nov 2000

Nov 2000

Issue no: 62
Did Your Ancestor Fight in the Boer War?

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Oct 2000

Oct 2000

Issue no: 61
Railway Workers

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Sept 2000

Sept 2000

Issue no: 60
Records of Nurses and Nursing

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Aug 2000

Aug 2000

Issue no: 59
Ancestors in the RAF

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July 2000

July 2000

Issue no: 58
Photographic Archives

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June 2000

June 2000

Issue no: 57
Hospital Archives

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May 2000

May 2000

Issue no: 56
Using Old Maps

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April 2000

April 2000

Issue no: 55
Women in WW1

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March 2000

March 2000

Issue no: 54
Tracing Catholic Ancestors

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Feb 2000

Feb 2000

Issue no: 53
Ring in the New: Family History Present and Future

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Jan 2000

Jan 2000

Issue no: 52
Federation of Family History Societies

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