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#468933 - 3rd Feb 2011 9:14pm Family History Research- drop in
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At Upton Library. 8.2.11 9.30-12.30. Free.
Volunteers from West Kirby branch of the Cheshire Family History Society will give you expert advice and tips on how to continue your search.
Full access to 1911 Census and other sites.
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#469030 - 4th Feb 2011 2:14am Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Wish I lived over there. I had ancestry.com given to me by my son for Christmas. After hours and hours {everyone from either the wirral or liverpool] I'm STUCK. Could really use this help. DAMN IT!!!

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#469053 - 4th Feb 2011 8:13am Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: woodley]
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Originally Posted By: ruth0339
I'm STUCK. Could really use this help.


ruth0339, if you want any help give me a PM with your email and what your stuck with and I'll see if I can help (30 years researching)

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#469379 - 5th Feb 2011 6:52am Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: RUDEBOX]
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After another 4 hours I have come to the conclusion that my great grandmother Annie Rose Naylor married twice, or once and just changed partners to William Naylor and had a host of children by him. Is there any way of checking this?

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#469451 - 5th Feb 2011 11:18am Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Ruth, I chased mine up by gleaning what info I could from living relatives and then it is just painstaking chiselling away at the docs in Ancestry.com and cross referring where possible and gradually building up a tree. It's time consuming but great when you get a result. Seem to remember some Naylors living in Patterson Street or thereabouts when I was a kid. They went to Trinity Street School as I remember.
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#469483 - 5th Feb 2011 12:04pm Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: RUDEBOX]
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I'm the last of my generation. Came here with Mum, Dad and younger brother. Older brother came two years later after he finished his stint in RAF. All gone now. So can only go back to what I already knew. Trouble is they ALL seem to be William or Joseph in the Graham line.

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#469488 - 5th Feb 2011 12:08pm Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: woodley]
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Purchase a good crash helmet.
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#469526 - 5th Feb 2011 1:05pm Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Bert. Your posts are always very informative and you never cease to amaze me just how much you know about just about everything.....but that advice didn't help me at all. Funny but no help. You must be having more luck with your 'new Ancestry' than I'm having.


AND I'd love to know where you find all your links !!!


Edited by ruth0339 (5th Feb 2011 1:07pm)

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#469540 - 5th Feb 2011 1:36pm Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: woodley]
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No Ruth, my lumps are getting bigger.
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#469559 - 5th Feb 2011 2:33pm Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: woodley]
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Know the feeling,my family line came to Birkenhead in 1843/5 from Cheltenham probably via Cirencester from Leafield Oxfordshire that is guesswork as we are stuck at 1803 in Cheltenham the trail goes cold, all had trades but all christened as grown ups in St Johns Church,so as were all incomers to Birkenhead then I don't need to hide where I come from. laugh

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#470196 - 7th Feb 2011 10:35am Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Are they able to help with out of the area queries or is it just local family History?

I have some questions regarding family in Brighton.
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#470206 - 7th Feb 2011 11:06am Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: RUDEBOX]
woodley Offline

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Hi Hei. laffin Send a PM to OxtonHill and tell him your problem. I'm in Oz and he's sorting my prob out for me.

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#471109 - 9th Feb 2011 10:10am Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Went along to this.

There was no 1911 census at all, dont know where this info was provided from.
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#471208 - 9th Feb 2011 1:54pm Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: Hiekel_Essterol]
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Originally Posted By: Hiekel_Essterol
There was no 1911 census at all


Do you need any help with this Census?

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#471307 - 9th Feb 2011 8:48pm Re: Family History Research- drop in [Re: Hiekel_Essterol]
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Originally Posted By: Hiekel_Essterol
Went along to this.

There was no 1911 census at all, dont know where this info was provided from.


I think there was ... try HERE
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