So who hasn't come up against a "brick wall" at some time or another with their research for long lost or unheard of ancestors. I certainly have, but thanks to generous help from other researchers I have managed to go back a couple of centuries with my family tree.
This website is not about giving away free ringtones, cheap flights on Ryannair or Easyjet but is about helping you with your family history searching.
This site is about making as much information freely available to other researchers as time permits. I will include photos eventually but at the moment I need to get as much text and links to freely available online data as I have or have come across.
The pages of this website, or links to other websites, are all pages that have been transcribed and are viewable online (no payment is needed !)
This website now has a forum which is up and running and I'd like to encourage you to make use of it for the above reasons, so if you need a FREE lookup or want to assist others with finding their ancestors you are welcome join in.n.
Ancestry.com is committing to make the 1940 USA Census free, from release through to the end of 2013, and by doing so hopes to help more people get started exploring their family history.
I don't encourage personal emails but occasionally people would rather not show their family connections online so I will accept private emails.
Please sign in to the forum so I may email you directly.
The latest in the "Who do you think you are?" series is currently running on the BBC.
This is series 10 and I recently watched the episode with the horticulturalist Monty Don