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"Some Corner of a Foreign Field": Duty and Death on Grenadier Lane

What a quiet cemetery in St. George’s has to tell us about the Empire     On days when the cruise ships are in port, the mini-bus tours rattle by every five minutes or so. They barely pause, slowing down just long enough to take in the view. Certainly, it is as fine a view as Bermuda has to offer: the aquamarine sea of Hurd Channel to the northeast, the miniscule but photo-perfect pink beach at Drew’s Bay and, on…


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A Century of Bermuda News: March 1908

A blast from Bermuda news past was recently found in a stack of newspapers from 1908. Discovered in the library of "Coral Ledge", the former Harrington Sound home of Bernard and Josephine Wilkinson, the newspapers offer a unique view into…


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Individual Roundabout: Gladys Carlyon DeCourcey Morrell

First published in The Bermudian January 1942 by Elizabeth Taylor.   ‘Votes for Women’ is still an issue in these Bermuda islands, and Gladys Morrell has been working for years to break down the prejudice against it. Despite women having…


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The Story of St. David’s, Part II

The late Bermudian writer Ann Williams (née Zuill) was also a raconteur and would delight many people here and abroad with her Bermudian stories. Arguably, her best and most famous, which she told in the St. David's vernacular of the…


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Hamilton- Town and City: A Review

By The Hon. Dr. David J. Saul   It reads like a novel. This volume, the seventh in the series about Bermuda’s nine parishes and its current capital, must rank high on the list of achievements, and may be the…

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A Blast From Bermy Past!

The Bermudian magazine has always worked with the best local photographers, and our extensive archive of incredible photography is a treasure trove of history that we are thrilled to be able to share. Along with this memorable photography, we also…