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People in Horsham, West Sussex, dating from 1851 onwards

Discussion in 'Sussex' started by At home in NZ, Oct 2, 2020.

  1. At home in NZ

    At home in NZ LostCousins Star

    For interest only, although it MIGHT lead to a discovery for somebody.

    See this article from the BBC news
     
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  2. Bryman

    Bryman LostCousins Megastar

    Thank you for this alert. I have many ancestors and cousins from Horsham and the surrounding district but the expected purchase price places these prints beyond my reach.
     
  3. At home in NZ

    At home in NZ LostCousins Star

    Mine too.
    I am firmly of the opinion that these sorts of finds should be put in a museum. I feel the same when they auction possessions of the likes of Sir Edmond Hillary and other pioneers.
     
  4. Sue_3

    Sue_3 LostCousins Member

    Fingers crossed that the collection is purchased by an archive or a museum, so that interested researchers may have access to the images in the future. If anyone knows of a suitable home it may be worth contacting them to make them aware of the sale? Unfortunately, though, in the current economic climate the funds to purchase may be a problem for many archives and museums.
     

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