NEWS IN NUM­BERS

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine - - ON THE RECORD -

40

years since The Na­tional Ar­chives moved to its cur­rent home in Kew. The then Pub­lic Record Of­fice moved from cen­tral Lon­don to the cur­rent site on 16 September 1977

£1.6 mil­lion

in­vested by Powys County Coun­cil in a new ar­chives build­ing, which opened on 29 Au­gust

46,145

Ox­ford­shire mar­riage bonds from 1634-1849 in­dexed on find­my­past. co.uk

1,251

photo neg­a­tives be­long­ing to the Mur­phy fam­ily of Cashel, Ire­land and dat­ing from 1898 to 1932 are now avail­able to view on tip­per­arys­tud­ies.ie

£5,000

raised by the Peo­ple’s His­tory Mu­seum in Manch­ester from mem­bers of the pub­lic to buy a rare suf­fragette ban­ner orig­i­nally found in a char­ity shop

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