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MATCH REPORT: AFC Emley sees red after losing to Glasshoughton Welfare

AFC Emley 0 – 2 Glasshoughton Welfare

   Nathan Howe (red)                   |   Matthew Semley, Gracjan Kilmczak

Attendance: 157

The Welfare defeat their hosts to go three games unbeaten in the league at the Fantastic Media Welfare Ground.  701 more words

Local History

Newmains - Ancestry of a Village

On a recent visit to Newbiggin-by-the-Sea in Northumberland I spotted this poster in the Maritime Heritage Centre.

It’s an ambitious project that aims to trace the ancestry of every person who has lived in the village. 373 more words

Family History

Bird is the Word

Jennadean Engleman was born in Cañon City on October 20, 1890 to parents Dyke F. and Jennie Patton Engleman. However, Jennadean was better known by her stage name, Bird Millman, originally of the Millman trio. 441 more words

Museum Blog

The earliest known photograph of O’Connor Square and High Street Tullamore

New discoveries of old views or photographs of Tullamore are always of interest. Street scenes of Tullamore are not known to survive any earlier than 1902 (views of the jail and Charleville Castle excepted). 735 more words

Local History

A changing coastline

Some photos from two days in September 2018 show the state of the cliffs beside a path I sometimes use when the tide is too high for a walk along the beach. 115 more words

Photos

Local History Photos of the Week October 19, 2018

Hi everyone, here are the Local History Photos of the week!

(Click on the photos for a larger view)

Photo 1:  World War I Era Solider… 220 more words

Connecting Some Dots

You may have noticed the Information Board in Today’s Image. The golden circle, on the left of the board, shows a few of the stars that can be seen on clear Scarborough nights. 143 more words

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