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Military Ancestors database now updated to include up to June 1943

Military Ancestors database now updated to include up to June 1943

I am happy to announce that my Military Ancestors database (found at www.militaryancestors.co.uk) has been updated and now includes entries up to, and including, June 1943. This means you can search for any military personnel who may have been mentioned in the Bromley & District Times during the wartime years between 1914 – 1922 and 1938 – 1943.       ...

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Autumn History Talks with Pam

Autumn History Talks with Pam

Pam will be giving a number of fascinating talks this Autumn to local groups in the London Borough of Bromley. Her first talk will be held on Thursday 31st October at St Martins Church in Chelsfield where she will be talking about the development of the Council estate in Bromley which were built after the war to help with the housing shortage  View details here > She will also be giving this talk to the Farnborough Social Club in Orpington on Friday 1st November. Details here >   On Tuesday… ...

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Home for Heroes (TALK)

Home for Heroes (TALK)

Pam will be giving a talk to the Bromley Borough Local History Society on the building of the first Council Houses in Bromley after the Great War, on Bromley Common – affectionately known as Bromley Garden City. Non-members of all ages are very welcome to come along. There is a contribution of £1 towards the cost of the meeting (50p for Members) The talk starts at 7.45 pm in the Small Hall at the Trinity United Reformed Church, at the junction of Freelands Road and Upper Park Road, Bromley, BR1 3AQ.… ...

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Voices of the Home Front – talk at Kew

Voices of the Home Front – talk at Kew

I will be presenting a paper at the Voices of the Home Fronts: Reflections and Legacies of the First World War Conference at the National Archives at Kew on Friday 19th October. Under the ‘Post-war provisions and practicalities’ section I will be talking about the housing crisis after the Great War and how Bromley implemented Lloyd George’s policy, ‘Homes Fit for Heroes’. Tickets are on sale now ...

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Update to Military Ancestors database

Update to Military Ancestors database

I have recently updated my database on Military Ancestors. I am therefore pleased to announce that the database now contains names from World War 2, from the outbreak of war in 1939 to the end of 1940.   The database is very easy to use, but please use the advice below to help you narrow down your search. Help and Advice The site allows you to make searches using surnames, but also keywords such as road names, regiments, locations. You can use the main search box facility but also you… ...

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