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12-11-2005, 4:39 PM
I would be very interested to hear from anyone who is researching Collis in Bedfordshire. I have a John Collis born in 1782 who was my GGG Grandfather and I have now hit a brickwall.
Guess what - John Collis born c1782 in Bedfordshire was my husband's GGG Grandfather, and guess what? I've |banghead| hit the proverbial as well.
I have been chasing him for more years than I care to remember, despite having all the help I could get from a friend who is now the GOONS representative for the name Collis :o Despite all her masses of Collis info (she has another branch of the Collis clan in her tree) we cannot crack John.
Do you want me to e-mail you off site to see how you and my other half are linked?
12-11-2005, 9:06 PM
It would be most useful to contact you by e-mail. If you are talking about FayM then I too have been in contact with her for ages. You should be able to send to my e-mail address and we can swap data. I think your other half must be descended from my Grandfathers sister Jessie who married Thomas Allen Peart. So glad you replied.
Bye for now
13-11-2005, 12:05 AM
Hi Muriel & AnnB
Please excuse the intrusion but I love it when this happens.
When I started researching our family it had never occurred to me that I could meet 'family'.
I've got new cousins all over the place, and it's brilliant!
Yes, my other half is descended from Jessie and Thomas Allen Peart :D
Which of Jessie's brothers are you descended from I wonder??
And no, I don't mean FayM, she has been superceeded by someone else ;)
Anyway, will be e-mailing you later on today, only popped in to see if you had replied.
Lynda, this is such a rare occurance for me, all I can say is |jumphappy
13-11-2005, 12:04 PM
Frederick Henry, the second born,
E-mail winging its way to you :D
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