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PhotoRestorationCo 13h
Two hour photo restoration and colourisation - before and after at
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Stephany May 23
I have gotten myself in a really deep Fisher rabbit hole. Can’t find my way out. 😳
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Lauren 📖 May 23
So as historians we read A LOT & a lot of special interest topics. I’m reading my way through a list of 💯 classics. What are you reading that’s not related to or for a certain project? 🔍 📚
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Gary Andrews 12h
Trying to explain your family tree to an 11 year old is very entertaining! But family history is so important- I feel a chart coming on...
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Not Just Any Family 46m
Part of day job I teach business startup to saddlers & shoemaker students. Having expressed interest on class trip, invited to visit archives Alfred Dunhill Ltd.(1872-1959) at leather atelier workshop in Blackhorse Road. Excited & privil 😀
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Jamie Jackson 13h
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Adriana Godbolt-foster May 24
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Old Yorkshire Maps 8m
Old Yorkshire Maps is proud to present this fine "Plan of the Town of Leeds" from 1822. This piece has been lovingly restored and is quite a rare work. It is available on our new ebay page Pls RT 🙂
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Joni Martins, author 13m
RT – Readers have said it's like sitting in her kitchen with her sharing a pot of tea and a cosy, intimate chat.
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Joni Martins, author 9m
RT - buffs interested in life should delve into this autobiography. It has several back pages of end-notes relating to the people and places mentioned in the book.
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David Williamson May 25
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Carole Parkes 2h
Follow Elizabeth on her journey through an extraordinary life, sometimes tragic, sometimes hilarious, but never dull. A Lancashire lass. Genealogy end notes
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Family History UK 11h
What is this? UK Don't know if it is WWI or WWII or British or Australian. Don't know if it is a button or part of a tie pin or a lapel badge. It is a bit smaller than a 5c coin which is about 1cm dia. Only found the one. It may be upside…
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Robert Parker 16h
Starting your research this weekend? + Sign up for my free newsletter (top tips for professional research) + Download my free getting started guide + Browse my website + Sign up for my subscription newsletter to receive this on 23 June
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Lynn Heiden 5h
Bank Holiday Monday Pic Puzzle Day 🧩 What area of the Country was this? What company? Looks like W.Thorn, BUT there is another initial before W? Can’t get any clearer & not researched at all🚚 No printing or writing✍️ Any ideas? Who’s the lady?
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Tara Holley-Jones May 19
My great grandmother, Adeline. Sadly, I don’t remember her. Every time I see this photo I wonder what she thought about in her quiet moments. I’m curious about how she spent the rest of her day after this photo was taken. 💙 One can only wonder...
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Ancestry May 21
is honored to reach the 15 Million customer milestone. With thousands more joining the community every day, your chances of finding new connections and revelations are only getting better. What will you discover?
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Fiona Mitford 11h
Utilize message boards to find clues, answers or ask a question. Fellow genealogists can help!
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CousinsClub.org 21h
We are happy to announce the launch of our Bookstore. Please visit us to find books and documentation that can help you with your & search.
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DirtyGerty💋💋 May 24
My hopes were crushed by my came back & unfortunatly no I am not adopted or swapped at birth -these fucked up ppl really are blood kin after all. I was hoping that my parents were adopted, swapped or found under a rock but no such luck
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