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Search for your ancestor in official lists of Royal Navy Officers. The collection consists of 147 publications spanning the 1824 to 1945. The collection consists of digital images of original lists presented in PDF format.
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Over 34,000 new Scots Guards records have been added to our collection of British Army Service records. The new additions consist of Enlistment Registers spanning the years 1642 to 1939.
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This week we have added 114,026 new pages to The Archive. We have updated three of our Irish titles, and there are also updates to titles covering the city of Liverpool, the county of Gloucestershire and one of our Scottish titles.
This week’s new additions include;
|Irish Independent||1989-1990, 1993-1994|
|Peeblesshire Advertiser||1880-1882, 1887-1892|
|Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser||1869|
|Evening Herald (Dublin)||1986-1987, 1990|
|Music Hall and Theatre Review||1890|
|Belfast Telegraph||1913-1914, 1920|
|Liverpool Echo||1984, 1986|