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  1. Bristol Times & Mirror (post 1865)

    More Bristol newspapers

    25 votes
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  2. Atherstone Herald (Warwickshire)

    Atherstone was a key hatting town throughout the 19th Century and a busy market town servicing many surrounding villages. At present, it is not available online anywhere. The only place to access copies is at the local library :(.

    27 votes
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  3. Local newspaperS from Newark on Trent

    Newark Advertiser or Herald,as for a small town, Newark on Trent seems to get its fair share of news and publicity. The Advertiser has been published since 1874 and although the Herald is no longer, it contained a lot more information about local people in WW1

    43 votes
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  4. More Derbyshire & Notts papers

    Especially Alfreton Advertiser and Eastwood Advertiser

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  5. 14 votes
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  6. middleton albion

    middleton (lancs) albion : middleton an important 19c town between Rochdale and Manchester

    17 votes
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  7. Please increase coverage of newspapers for Birmingham

    I have been advised that your coverage for Birmingham is up to 1871, and then from 1914-1918. I think this is such a shame - it would be brilliant if you could close the gap from 1872-1913, and then include more 20th century issues.

    A friend of mine is trying to research her Brummie ancestor, who was a boxed in the 1920s, but we've tried searching for him and not found anything. And there's a legend in her family that her gt-grandfather fell down a chimney at a factory and was killed - it would be interesting (if not rather…

    33 votes
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  8. The Sunday Post

    The current coverage does not include the years 1930 to 1934. Do you have any plans to add these years?

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  9. The Dublin Gazette

    The Dublin Gazette was the official publication of British Government in Ireland, based at Dublin Castle, and was issued monthly between the years 1705 and 1922

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  10. 433 votes
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  11. 35 votes
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  12. 22 votes
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  13. WHitchurch Herald

    I'd like to see the Whitchurch Herald, from Whitchurch in Shropshire available, please.

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  14. Middlesex Independent

    Brentford's premier newspaper until WW2. Invaluable resource.

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  15. nuneaton tribune

    It was founded by Harry Fieldhouse in 1895 as a monthly four-page newspaper entitled The People’s Tribune, but switched to weekly publication just two years later. Five years after that and it had expanded to become a daily newspaper, changing its name to the Midland Counties Tribune. It became the Nuneaton Evening Tribune in 1957.

    7 votes
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  16. York Courant in 18th Century

    York Courant for the 18th Century. A key paper and source for eighteenth century studies in the North.

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  17. It appears you left out the year 1930 for Aberdeenshire newspapers.

    When searching for "Deaths" in Aberdeenshire newspapers for 1930 to 1939, you show 28,329 hits, however, you show no hits for 1930. The hits for the years 1931 to 1939 add up to the 28,329........leaving none for 1930, and, 1930 is not shown individually.

    3 votes
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  18. South Yorkshire Newspapers

    Sheffield newspapers during the first world war years. Also perhaps the South Yorkshire Times, as there are three titles for South Yorkshire, and all are Sheffield based, whereas the South Yorkshire Times covers the Dearne Valley, Doncaster, Rotherham, part of Barnsley.

    26 votes
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  19. Mansfield Chronicle 1895 to 1952

    Mansfield Chronicle 1895 to 1952 and the Mansfield Advertiser 1871 to 1952

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