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Since 1417, Tynwald Day, July 5th, has been the National Day of the Isle of Man. Only on this day does the Isle's legislature meet in St. Johns rather than its usual meeting place in Douglas. Prince Edward, Prince Charles, and Queen Elizabeth have presided over the Tynwald Day courts in recent years. The [http://www.isleofman.com/interests/genealogy/fhs/ Isle of Man Family History Society] celebrates Tynwald Day by displaying their publications of vital records in the Homecomers' Marquee. The Marquee provides an opportunity for the Society to welcome its members who may visit the island at that time. The society's Web site provides links to their [http://www.isleofman.com/interests/genealogy/fhs/onlinedata.asp online data].
 
Since 1417, Tynwald Day, July 5th, has been the National Day of the Isle of Man. Only on this day does the Isle's legislature meet in St. Johns rather than its usual meeting place in Douglas. Prince Edward, Prince Charles, and Queen Elizabeth have presided over the Tynwald Day courts in recent years. The [http://www.isleofman.com/interests/genealogy/fhs/ Isle of Man Family History Society] celebrates Tynwald Day by displaying their publications of vital records in the Homecomers' Marquee. The Marquee provides an opportunity for the Society to welcome its members who may visit the island at that time. The society's Web site provides links to their [http://www.isleofman.com/interests/genealogy/fhs/onlinedata.asp online data].
  
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Since 1417, Tynwald Day, July 5th, has been the National Day of the Isle of Man. Only on this day does the Isle's legislature meet in St. Johns rather than its usual meeting place in Douglas. Prince Edward, Prince Charles, and Queen Elizabeth have presided over the Tynwald Day courts in recent years. The Isle of Man Family History Society celebrates Tynwald Day by displaying their publications of vital records in the Homecomers' Marquee. The Marquee provides an opportunity for the Society to welcome its members who may visit the island at that time. The society's Web site provides links to their online data.

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