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    Ancestry and Fold3 free this weekend

    By slmgc,
    Ancestry and FOLD3 are available free again over the weekend, it says Commonwealth records but there is often more available than just that. Don't forget the auto re subscription !!

    Holy Trinity Church, Parr. WW1

    By slmgc,
    If anyone is interested or may know someone related to any of the men on the church memorial.
    This is from this week Star. Page 31
    http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk//launch.aspx?pbid=2456ace3-0878-48d9-ae8d-1f3d3a8779e6 Ste M  

    Free Military Records on findmypast

    By RATTY,
    8-12 November http://tracking.findmypast.co.uk/track?t=v&enid=ZWFzPTEmbXNpZD0xJmF1aWQ9MjM1MDUyNzAmbWlkPTEwNDE4NjEmbXNnaWQ9MjkwMjA3JmRpZD0xNzY4NzMmZWRpZD0xNzY4NzMmc249MTY4Mzc2NzImZWlkPWdpbGx5aGFzaGVhcnRAZ29vZ2xlbWFpbC5jb20mZWVpZD1naWxseWhhc2hlYXJ0QGdvb2dsZW1haWwuY29tJnVpZD00MDMwNTMxMjgmdGFyZ2V0aWQ9Jm1uPTE1NjIwJnJpZD0zNTgzMCZlcmlkPTM1ODMwJmZsPSZtdmlkPSZ0Z2lkPSZleHRyYT0=&&&2000&eu=1500&&

    Lady Pilks

    By Dig,
    Lady Pilkingtons summer garden party.I met Simon Western who was fundraising.

    The Ruskin Drive Mini Train

    By SaintJeff,
    Scanned from an old negative of my dads. Probably taken in the late 50's early 60's. I made the mistake of posting this on a facebook group where the admin has a habit of taking photos, reposting them as his own and taking all the credit from his cronies. Some people think it's no big deal but it annoys the hell out of me. You live and learn.


    By hiss,
    the site is free and you can upload your family tree and dna if you have it, it also has a names interest site.

    railway bridges

    By ianskill,
    hi,and thanks for having me on the forum. Ive been researching many railway lines and bridges. I cant seem to find any info or pics mainly  of the old bridge that crossed over from gerrads bridge down to scafeal road,moss bank.  anyone remember or have any pics of it?,thanks

    Chris & The Autocrats

    By sthelensnow,
    Does anyone remember a St Helens band called Chris & The Autocrats. This is what I know about them: Chris & The Autocrats were a 60s St Helens Band from Greenbank featuring brothers Chris Richmond on lead vocals and John Richmond on drums. The line-up was Ged Knight, Chris Richmond, John Richmond, Dave Banks and John Yates.

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