June Updates

The addition of the baptism registers for 1850 – 1904 to the site is the major addition this month; work is now underway to transcribe the marriage registers for the same period, while steady progress is being made on the 1700 – 1749 registers which has seen the publication of the years 1700 – 1709.

Visits to the site are continuing to grow at a slow but steady pace and while the mention in the Midland Ancestor has not seen a great jump in traffic it has resulted in an increase in the average number of page views per visit and a decrease in the number of bounces that the site receives.

Now that summer is here, I hope that we will be graced with some sunny weather so that it will make a few visits to Rushton practical as I would like to put another 150 – 250 memorial inscriptions on the site this year. Not to mention the fact that it is a good excuse to spend a day or two in the countryside.

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