Copy of The Armagh Guardian, 1891

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Copy of The Armagh Guardian, 1891

The contributor kept hold of this newspaper because it has clues to his family history. Rolston is one of his family names and the front page features an advertisement for an Andrew Rolston, baker. The contributor's family has a book on the Rolston Family going back 300 years - a real piece of family and social history.

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