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Another newbie to FHUK

Hi everyone,

I've been researching my family history for around two years and just happened to google this forum.
I'm researching families in Australia and other countries of Dooley, Wiseman, Lindridge, Squires, Ascott, Barnby, Connor/s, Leonard, Maw, O'Neill and others.
So far I've had success in tracing some families back to the 15, 16, 17 and 1800's (though NOT all my own work. I've met several "new" family members along the way who've also done extensive research). I'm always looking for more connections and especially family history and stories to "fill out" their lives, which can be the hardest to find. I want to know not just names, births, deaths and occupations etc. but how people lived at the time. I find it fascinating.

The Dooley/Connor/s branches are extremely difficult! Those Irish can be hard to track I've found! Or maybe it's just my branch? There were a few scallywags in that branch I believe. :redface:

I'm more than happy to share any info I have and hope I'll be albe to find some new friends and maybe even some new relatives???


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