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The 1939 Register was designed to capture the details of every member of the civilian population on a specific date
Anglo Scottish FHS Branch Meeting
Annie Barlow and her family were instrumental in attracting wonderful Egyptian artefacts that we are so proud of today in our museum.
The History of Royton Hall, the families who owned it or lived there, its influence on the village/town and the archaeological dig 2005-07.
"The 1921 census is a landmark event for family historians, capturing life just after the trauma of the first world war. Find out how this census can help you to find a new generation of your family."
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