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Recent content by NEP

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    My 8 great grandparents.

    Mine are Almondbury, Yorkshire Almondbury, Yorkshire Halifax, Yorkshire Bradford, Yorkshire Bradford, Yorkshire Bradford, Yorkshire Leeds, Yorkshire Mexborough, Yorkshire Back to the 1600's on some lines but I've yet to find anyone not born in God's own county. Seems that only my sister and I...
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    Cissy???

    One of my Gt Aunts was always known as Cissie. It was not until I saw the 1871 census and copies of her birth and marriage certs that I realised she was actually named Sarah Louise! NEP
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    Make sense of this.

    Too wise you are, too wise you be, I see you are too wise for me! NEP:biggrin:
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    Your middle name

    Elizabeth, after the then Princess Elizabeth (now Queen) and several ancestors. NEP:)
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    The Ball

    Great fun once I figured out how to do it! Certainly improves the reflexes.
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    watling lookup please.

    Hi, George Watling b abt 1801 Saxmundham living at Middle Row or Road (?) Saxmundham. Household: James Woolnough 51 Innkeeper Joannah Woolnough 44 Wife Mary Ann Wolnough 20 Dau Sarah Ann Woolnough 14 Dau Charlotte Dale 17 Niece Mary Ann Dale 9 Niece Elizabeth...
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    How did you get 'addicted' to Family History / Gen

    When I was a child my Mum used to tell me stories about our ancestors which had been passed down to her by her own Mother. She told me tales of ivory and onyx importers, mill owners and blacksmiths and how one ancestor had run away and married a French man. When I was old enough she allowed me...
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