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Hello to everyone! Newbie here...

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I have been doing my family tree for many years now and find it facinating...I also have found that I am related to my husband and my daughter in law and she is also related to my husband to boot! I was born knowing the British spelling of words it seems and my lineage is almost all English and many from the Isle of Wight. I am really excited to find a group of like minded folks who love to search the obscure past for links to our current lives.
Cheers!
Sue
 

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Hello Sue and welcome to the Forum.

Please have a look around the forums and then post your queries in the most appropriate ones and someone will try to answer them.

Good luck with your research.

Dave
 

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I have been doing my family tree for many years now and find it facinating...I also have found that I am related to my husband and my daughter in law and she is also related to my husband to boot! I was born knowing the British spelling of words it seems and my lineage is almost all English and many from the Isle of Wight. I am really excited to find a group of like minded folks who love to search the obscure past for links to our current lives.
Cheers!
Sue
Welcome Sue, Great to have you join us on FHUK Community Forums.
Good luck in your Family Research
Take care
Dave
 
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