It's been another month of generous updates to the British Newspaper Collection on Findmypast. A massive 13.5 million new articles have been added including 13 brand new titles and updates to a further 23 existing newspapers.

New titles from across the UK have joined the collection including publications from Cheshire, Essex, Kent, Lancashire, Wiltshire, Yorkshire and several new additions from Scotland. One of our new Scottish newspapers The Scotsman brings you over 8.6 million articles to explore from 1817-1950.

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Of the 23 newspapers that have had additional articles and year coverage added, the most substantial supplements have been made to Staffordshire Advertiser (835,747), Banbury Advertiser (557,155) and Birmingham Mail (425,292).

Here is a list of the 13 new newspapers to join the collection and the years they cover as of 13 May 2016:

Beverley and East Riding Recorder - 1855 - 1878, 1880 - 1895, 1898 - 1911, 1913 - 1916

Beverley Echo - 1885 - 1895, 1898 - 1903

Blackburn Times - 1860, 1862 - 1865, 1882 - 1883

Bromley & District Times - 1889 - 1890, 1892 - 1898

Broughty Ferry Guide and Advertiser - 1889 - 1892

Fifeshire Advertiser - 1870 - 1889, 1905 - 1919

Grays & Tilbury Gazette, and Southend Telegraph - 1899 - 1901

Kirkintilloch Herald - 1901 - 1917, 1934 - 1939, 1941 - 1945, 1948 - 1955

Nantwich Guardian - 1878, 1880, 1883 - 1887, 1889 - 1896, 1899 - 1900, 1914 - 1918

The Scotsman - 1817 - 1950

Warminster & Westbury Journal, and Wilts County Advertise - 1881 - 1895, 1897, 1899 - 1908

Whitby Times, and North Yorkshire Advertiser - 1873 - 1875, 1877

Wiltshire Times and Trowbridge Advertiser - 1855 - 1869, 1875 - 1881, 1894 - 1897, 1899 - 1908

The British Newspaper Collection on Findmypast has now reached over 500 national, regional and local titles, reporting on all aspects of life in Britain for nearly a quarter of a century. See if you can find your family mentioned in an article today and remember to check back regularly as we update this fascinating archive all the time.