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    Mining books

    woodsman
    By woodsman,
    I have recentley started looking into a number of relatives involved in the mining industry. Probably most of you will be aware of the following books but I have found them so useful and well worth every penny.  Mining Memories by Geoff Simm and Ian Winstanley, the other Tracing Your Coalmining Ancesters.

    Tupps Row

    FRANK
    By FRANK,
    Anyone know where this was located? I can't access the St Helens street names database - keeps telling me to log in even though I am logged in.

    Free viewing this weekend

    kizzy
    By kizzy,
    Ancestry allows free access to all 27 billion historical records WWW.WHODOYOUTHINKYOUAREMAGAZINE.COM The special offer will help Britons discover their family stories  

    Garden Street

    fighting Irish
    By fighting Irish,
    Does anyone know where Garden St was or is. Please

    Lusitania

    HORT
    By HORT,
    RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner that was sunk on 7 May 1915 by a German U-boat 11 miles off the southern coast of Ireland, killing 1,198 passengers and crew. In addition, 767 survived. There is a memorial to one of those who died, on a gravestone in Windleshaw Chantry. This is shown below. I wondered if anyone knows if any other St Helens people were on board and if they perished or survived? h ocean liner that was sunk on 7 May 1915 by a German U-boat 11 miles off the southern c

    Tommy Garrity's Murder

    fighting Irish
    By fighting Irish,
    Does anyone know about Tommy Garrity's murder, I think it was down Parr in 1972. Tommy was my Great uncle, as I am doing my family tree I would like to know what happend to him. Hope you can help Thank you for reading

    Millies Closing

    Dr Display
    By Dr Display,
    Cookie store announces it is closing in St Helens 'with a heavy heart' WWW.STHELENSSTAR.CO.UK A COOKIES store has announced "with a heavy heart" that it has closed its St Helens premises. That is a shame.  My little girl loved getting Cookies from there. 

    The Genealogist

    woodsman
    By woodsman,
    Finding various family members are involved one way and another within the early Non Conformist movement . The Genealogist seems to lean towards uk records and hold a fair amount of non conformist records . Has anyone used the site and if so how have they found it. 

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