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BBC NEWS programme on family history


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was watching today a news programme on the tv series WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? with a great interest in family history myself i am still trying to dig up data on my harper roots. my harpers come originally from fairford in gloucestershire,but to this day still havn't been able to get my harper lines much further than my 1st generation.this is probably largely due to lack of money,& any input from other sources like family members or site members like on genes reunited.although strangely enough i had the same problem with my neale family which til now was largely based in stroud in gloucestershire. but by some shear luck have now got the neale family back 3 generations or more. but most of that data has come from members that are connected through marrages ether once or twice removed,but has helped. how can i get my harper lines working the same way?

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