Thanks Spencer for sending out that link - I've had fun with The Times
index and found a couple of people I'm interested in. One was a station
master and the other a policeman who were both mentioned because they
were witnesses at inquests. Not all articles print out well but we're
lucky in Calgary in having The Times on microfilm at the University
library - so with the extact reference from the website it's easy to use
the University reader/printers to make better copies.
Spencer Field wrote:
> Whilst it is somewhat appropriate that there should be free access to The
> Times online on St George's day, as far as I know it's a complete
> Nevertheless, for a day or so, the full archive, 1785 - 1985, is searchable
> by everyone at
> It's worth not only searching for
> your names of interest, but also reading about events in their parishes.
> Land sales often appear as advertisements, for instance.