We publish the BLISS MAGAZINE twice yearly in June & December, produced on quality paper in A4 size. It is is easy to read and filled with items to interest all the Bliss FHS members.
Much of the contents is supplied by members, but it also includes letters and messages from people asking about their Bliss ancestors and other relations. There is also news about general family history matters, reports on meetings and gatherings, news about members and articles on Blisses of the past.
Sometimes information in the Magazine leads to members with common ancestors or similar interests getting connected with each other. All editions include details of our members so contact can be made.
Since 2014 the last few pages have included information on Blisses who served in World War I, including those from the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Members are invited to supply further details about those who served which is not available from official records. Due to the large amount of material supplied by members we were unable to include this feature in the June 2019 Bliss Magazine, but with 4 additional pages in the Magazine we continued this series in the June 2020 edition.
Please contact Michael if you have changed your address right away.
Some pictures taken from recent editions of the Bliss Magazine. From left to right: Walter Balmford receiving his MBE from the Prince of Wales; Alan Watson and Michael Bliss at the grave of WW2 airman Jack Bliss from California at Cambridge American Cemetery; and below, members aboard Concorde at the Imperial War Museum at Duxford and afternoon tea at Buckingham Palace.