SUSSEX OPC WEBSITE CHANGE HISTORY
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20 Feb 2006Willingdon burials and baptisms added (in the new database).
12 Jun 2009We welcome Simon Rowe as the OPC for Felpham.
16 Sep 2009We welcome aboard Peter Mason as OPC for Bishopstone.
23 Sep 2011We have today created a Facebook page for the Sussex OPC scheme - access from the Information menu.
02 Nov 2013We are pleased to welcome Ian Everest as the OPC for Bishopstone.
07 Jan 2014We are delighted to welcome Michael Merritt as the OPC for Houghton.
02 Dec 2013We are delighted to welcome aboard Norma Podesta who has volunteered to be the OPC for West Chiltington and West Grinstead.
24 Nov 2009Volumes 144-146 (2006-2008) of the SAC added to the index.
26 Jun 2009Volume XC, 1952, of the Sussex Archeaological Collections added to the article index.
11 Jul 2009Volume LXXI, 1930, of the Sussex Archeaological Collections added to the article index.
11 Jul 2009Volume 127, 1989, of the Sussex Archeaological Collections added to the article index.
07 Aug 2004Versions of the transcription templates for Lotus 1-2-3 added to downloads section.
24 Apr 2010Upgraded the postcard and image browser, added a title search function and additional search selectors.
01 May 2010Upgraded the parish register, will, protestation return, poll register, postal directory entry and gazette browsers.
29 May 2013Unfortunately we have begun to run out of space on our shared webserver, so I have reluctantly decided to reduce the size of the images from a maximum dimension of 600 to 480.
Of course, if you require an image for your own family history, we can still provide higher resolution copies via email.
All images on the site will gradually be reduced in size.
28 Mar 2010Unfortunately we have been unable to contact Mary Hallett, OPC for Itchingfield, and her website no longer appears to operate. Consequently we have removed her from the site for the time being, hoping that we will be able to re-establish contact in due course!

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