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Tell us about yourself, how long you have been researching and the problems you are having (or had) when trying to trace your family history. Please DO NOT post your research queries on this board as it is ONLY for introducing yourself. Once you have made your introduction, please take a look around the forum and post your queries on the relevant boards.

  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: If you're new to online genealogy...

    There's a collection of advisory threads stuck at the top of the "Navigating Brit-Gen" forum which should help. Everything from how to post images in Brit Gen to how to fomulate a query that helps us to help you. It's here...

    Started by Lesley Robertson‎, 27-01-2014 11:22 AM
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  1. Hi

    Good afternoon I just wanted to say hello, I'm new to all this research tinkering so I apologies in advance for stupid questions you may see on the forum.

    Started by Goodwillhunting‎, 06-12-2014 3:12 PM
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  2. Fethney of Blackburn

    Hi, I am trying to trace my ancestors of the "Fethney" family, (the surname may have been spelt as Fithney), in particular a Peter Fethney. The only details that I seem to be able to find are he is the father of a John Fethney born in 1825 in Blackburn. Ideally I am looking for the birth and...

    Started by lengramar‎, 04-12-2014 12:04 PM
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  3. Hi from down-under

    Hi everyone, I'm an Aussie, and have been researching for about 5-6 years now, have made reasonable progress in that time, but have a few brick walls. Paternal lines comes mostly from Essex, but also Norfolk, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Durham counties. Maternal lines vary, most have...

    Started by PK-KTK‎, 03-12-2014 10:21 AM
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  4. Hi I am a Newbie!

    I am fairly new to research, only a few years under my belt. I have done extremely well, but this was made easy by most of my fathers Redman ancestors on his fathers side remaining in West Sussex. The earliest in 1600's Horsham/Billingshurst area and from 1830 up until the present date in...

    Started by jettejjane‎, 02-12-2014 11:46 AM
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  5. Smile I'm new

    Hello, I just joined here.:balloon: Like the rest of you, I am researching a few names in my family which I am finding really interesting. Looking forward to joining in with the discussions and possible finding more out about my family too. see you around the threads. ETA: How do I add my...

    Started by Middle-Sapling5‎, 30-11-2014 11:39 AM
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  6. Smile Missing ancestor

    Hi I am looking for any information on a Raymond Glimstead b.10th April 1897 Barton Regis workhouse. Mother was Eva Glimstead no father named on birth certificate. I am assuming he was adopted as there is no sign of him under this name after then. Nor is he with his mother in the 1901 census. Any...

    Started by Nansmith‎, 29-11-2014 7:28 PM
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  7. Hello from Mexico

    I'm a U.S. citizen living in Mexico. There are about 6,000 of us English speakers, U.S. and Canadian, who live in this area full time. Lake Chapala is called the land of Eternal Spring because we don't need air-conditioning or heat. Of course we Americans think our winter cold here of 50F/10C at...

    Started by Axixic‎, 18-11-2014 3:57 PM
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  8. Question Looking for the Boatmans

    I'm trying to find out about the Boatman family that were living in Deptford London late 1800s and during both WWs.

    Started by watchaboaty‎, 23-11-2014 9:37 AM
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  9. hello...squadron 7 Stirling /POW researcher

    Hi all interested in : Sgt Leslie Davenport, my grandfather s time on 7 squadron Stirling's circa May 41 to Sept 41 then he became POW so interested in the camps too. Check out my post RAF/USAF list of names from POW wartime log post in Millitary Royal Airforce forum for in depth details. ...

    Started by Davenport7‎, 21-11-2014 12:35 AM
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  10. Worthen Shropshire - Parish Records

    Hi - can anyone help me with the following: - I am trying to research a branch of the "Bevan" family tree and so far records have got me to the parish of Worthen where I can see online that a Mary Bevan gave birth to 2 children Richard in 1808 and John in 1811. The records suggest that John is...

    Started by lengramar‎, 17-11-2014 2:15 PM
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  11. Indian Army \ Ex-Far East prisoner of War-2

    have anY record of indian SOLDER of 2nd word war as prisoner of war at burma imprisoned by japanese at burma as my uncle was missing ( Army NO. A-4017 Signalman MEHBOOB JILANI solder od indian army at burma in 2nd word war.

    Started by bakhshmian‎, 19-11-2014 6:00 PM
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  12. Hi from Liverpool

    Hello, I am Chris, researching a number of surnames. Got the addiction so thought i'd branch out and join the forums. See what i did there :P Chris

    Started by chrisreilly‎, 18-11-2014 5:00 PM
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  13. Can anyone help me ....

    I am hoping to find out how my Scottish McLean family here in Canada may have been using the name McLerghan in Scotland ..... It is a Sept? of the McLean but we were always told we were from the Mull Island MacLean ..... I understand dropping the 'c' .... Canadians are notoriously lazy and in the...

    Started by Delta Lady‎, 17-11-2014 6:55 AM
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  14. Hi - I'm Elmac44 or Elaine MacGregor

    I have been doing a bit of Family History on and off for years, but it was only when my husband bought me a Family History software package for Christmas about 12 years ago that I got back into it. (How he now regrets that gift!) I knew my dad and my grandmother has been born in India, but...

    Started by Elmac44‎, 17-11-2014 6:02 PM
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  15. John located in France

    Hi, I'm located in France and have been working on my family's genealogy for the last twelve months. To say the least, it hasn't been easy as my mother was born in South Africa but apparently from Scottish ascent? What got me to this site is that there is a thread that references a book called...

    Started by John Kat‎, 16-11-2014 4:51 PM
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  16. Hi from Lincolnshire

    Hi Everybody I'm originally an Essex Girl and am researching family from Edinburgh, North Shields, Donegal, Holborn, Kent, Wallingford. Up to now I've been doing quite well, but have now hit some brick walls, which I suspect I should pursue through different posts elsewhere. My two biggest...

    Started by Andyw66‎, 14-11-2014 10:08 AM
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  17. Smile HELLO

    jUST JOINED TODAY@RESEARCHING MY GRANDADS WAR RECORDS, ive traced my family back 150 years on my fathers side but struggling on f :troll:orces war records to find anything on my grandad,very strange when a similar website gave me a lot of information but I want to find out more,no luck so far

    Started by goughie1872‎, 13-11-2014 7:36 PM
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  18. Thomas &Phillis Williams of Tipton England

    Am looking for a connection to St. Martins church in Tipton.All I have is A record of a Baptism in the church of a Sarah and Betzey Williams to parents Thomas and Phillis Williams who are my 3rd grandparents. Thankyou.I know when they came to the USA He may have worked as Coal Miner.

    Started by gwilliams‎, 11-11-2014 4:30 PM
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  19. 43rd Recce Regiment, MV Derrycunihy 1944

    Hello all, I have a long term research project looking at the history of the 43rd Reconnaissance Regiment in WW2. In particular I am researching the loss of the troopship MV Derrycunihy off the Normandy coast on Saturday, 24th of June 1944. 189 men of 43rd Recce were lost, along with 25 of...

    Started by 43rdrecce‎, 03-09-2014 4:40 PM
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    12-11-2014, 12:16 PM Go to last post
  20. Wink Mrs Hilary Davis

    I have done lots of research over the years and recently am trying to find about my grandfathers WW1 activities but seemed to have reached a stalemate.:

    Started by Hilarity‎, 11-11-2014 2:50 PM
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    11-11-2014, 10:10 PM Go to last post

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