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Valmay Young
Lives in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
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This diverse set of English pictures was colored using the Autochrome process, the foremost photo technology of its day.
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The skeleton of a horse thought to be from the Roman period has been discovered at the Biomedical Campus in Cambridge – three metres below ground with a broken leg. Archeologists said finding...
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Nottingham Castle plans to capture city 'spirit'
A firm appointed to design Nottingham Castle's £24m new visitor attraction says it wants to capture the
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FIBIS reps Sylvia & Mary-Anne have finished setting up the stand at the 14th Australasian Congress on Genealogy & Heraldry and are looking forward to helping people with research advice
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4 – 17 November 2015 led by Elaine MacGregor This tour is a relaxed yet informative tour of East India with an emphasis on the British involvement in the area - don’t forget there were also other n...
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Many thanks go to Doug Banks and his team – the masters of colourisation.  The beauty of these colourised images is that colour, allows you to pick out and study the smallest detail. Do not cli
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Lincoln musician's goose bone flute appeal success
A 'medieval' musician who appealed for a goose bones to make a unique flute says he has had a great response.
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It was a story which captivated the world's media in 2012 and even attracted the support of British Prime Minister, David Cameron in talks with Myanmar President Thein Sein
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Indian wills project - Members only post #genealogy #familyhistory

This is a FIBIS members only post, so please log in to the website as a member to read the whole of this article. 
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Richard III DNA tests uncover evidence of further royal scandal
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Webmaster and trustee of the Families In British India Society
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Family historian, collector of antiquarian books and postcards of British India, webmaster and trustee of the Families In British India Society and most importantly of all a mother!
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Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
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Harrogate, North Yorkshire - Peterborough, Cambridgeshire - Torrington, Wyoming - Blanchard, Maine - Casper, Wyoming - Dixfield, Maine - Wisbech, Cambridgeshire - Dixmont, Maine - Taft, California - Skowhegan, Maine - North New Portland - Long Beach, California
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Bye, bye Deccan Queen dining car!
bombayrailway.blogspot.com

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/mumbai/others/Pantry-replaces-Deccan-Queens-iconic-85-year-old-dining-car/articleshow/46648315.cms Rajendra B. A

Young, Black and Victorian: Wonderful photographs of Victorian women of ...
dangerousminds.net

Here are some photographs of Victorian women of color that date from 1860 to 1901. Unfortunately, a lot of these photographs have no names a

Wanted: Family for photograph of three World War I Diggers
www.dailyadvertiser.com.au

Photos of three WWI soldiers were bought at a garage sale by Jack Whyte. He wants their family to have them.

Current Archaeology – How to build a dolmen
www.archaeology.co.uk

Exploring Neolithic construction at Garn Turne Well known on the Continent and scattered along the coasts of Wales, Cornwall, and Ireland, d

Dozens of unmarked war graves to get memorials
www.mmtimes.com

Up to 50 unmaintained or unmarked graves of Commonwealth soldiers who died in Myanmar during World War II could receive new recognition from

New opening hours for Essex Record Office
britishgenes.blogspot.com

News of hours changes at Essex Record Office. From Monday 6th April 2015 it will close on Mondays and on alternate Saturdays. The new openin

Archaeologist’s woes for ‘oldest cemetery’
www.buryfreepress.co.uk

An archaeologist has raised concerns about a development site in Bury St Edmunds which, he says, could contain East Anglia’s oldest cemetery

Restoring value to the Currency Building
www.thehindu.com

Built in 1833, it was the first office of Reserve Bank of India

Post Office | Families in British India Society Image Gallery
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Post Office - Families in British India Society Image Gallery

Inside the new British Library newspaper storage facility
britishgenes.blogspot.com

I've just watched an interesting short video that the BBC put on its website a couple of week back, exploring the British Library's new news

Telegraphic tales from the Raj
www.thehindubusinessline.com

An incident involving telegraphs presaged over a century ago the phenomenon of electronic hacking and algorithmic trading in the stock marke

Partition through the looking glass
www.thehindubusinessline.com

The Congress could have bargained for a better deal, had it taken into account Britain’s interest in the North-West