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Discover Your Ancestors Periodical has some great articles…

Discover Your Ancestors September 2016 Edition

Discover Your Ancestors Sept 2016

Read about The great fire brigade of London: Nicola Lisle looks at how the Great Fire led to the formation of the London Fire Brigade.

Find out about 1666 and all that: Margaret Powling looks at the rebuilding of London after the Great Fire 350 years ago.

Explore the records in Tracing the trails our ancestors leave behind: Nick Thorne finds out about a soldier who served in every engagement from Corunna to Waterloo.

See the article… Roast beef and rain?: Ruth A Symes uncovers a 19th century Frenchman’s views of our Victorian ancestors.

Discover An English eccentricity: Colin Ellson explores the forgotten role of the ‘squarsons’ – wealthy priests at the head of their communities.

And take a look at History in the details: Jayne Shrimpton on men’s shirts.

As always the online magazine includes a number of Regulars: This month’s region: Worcestershire / News & Events / Books  / Classifieds.

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