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[Collect Henâs Eggs with Ease]: Depend on the Rural365 Egg Cartons 12 Count for Holding 6 Eggs for storing and transporting your henâs eggs; Use reusable egg carton when collecting eggs from your chicken coop without worrying about dropping a single egg
[Reusable Plastic Design]: Constructed of durable plastic, the egg container pack allows for repeated, extended use; Label your clutches of eggs with markers and stickers; Not dishwasher safe, hand-wash only
[Easy to Stack and Store]: House several eggs in displays and coolers without crushing the eggs; Clear egg carton includes two protruding stabilizing plastic points to hold the lid of the empty egg cartons so that you can stack these containers without cracking the eggs or bending the plastic
[Display Your Eggs]: Transparent plastic allows for you to display your eggs with lid closed; Allow your customers to inspect your henâs eggs without needing to open the egg storage container; Each container measures 6 by 4 by 3 inches (15 x 10 x 7cm) while closed
[Egg Storage in Bulk]: Sell stacks of your eggs with these plastic egg containers; Package contains 12 individual egg holders that hold 6 eggs each; Clear plastic egg carton designed to hold regular-sized eggs, not for jumbo eggs
Historic Hamilton is a non-profit organisation which is dedicated to researching Hamilton’s past and its people. As well as documenting the town’s history we also like to talk about all things Hamilton. What happens in Hamilton today is just as important as its past.
We also cover family research and have access to many genealogy websites which is all subscription based. If there is a story in your family and the people who are being researched were from Hamilton we will research your family tree free of charge, which will be done at our own discretion. We also like to help where we can to try to solve a family mystery for someone who may be stuck in finding someone.
Historic Hamilton is run by Garry McCallum and all stories and research are done in his spare time. We do encourage all of our group members to get involved with the site and our readers are at the heart of what we do. All of your comments are highly valued and we enjoy reading them.
If you have an old family photo or story that you would like to share, then please send them to us. This, in turn, will persevere your memories and not to mention document your pictures and stories for future generations. We also have readers who visit our Facebook page and websites from all over the world on a daily basis, so your pictures are viewed in many countries.
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Hi folks, I have always chosen not to ask for any donations to help me run my website. All of my research is done by using subscription based websites which includes, WordPress, Scotland’s People, Ancestry, The British Newspaper Archive and many more. With the cost of running the Historic Hamilton website & Facebook page ever increasing, I have now decided to add a donate button to my website.
If you would like to donate to help me continue what I do with family research and uncovering old forgotten Hamilton stories, then I would be really grateful.