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    You might like to ask a Moderator to remove your...

    You might like to ask a Moderator to remove your telephone number and details of living people, and to write your email out so that it will make sense but can't be grabbed by spammers :no:
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    I would expect her to be displayed with her own...

    I would expect her to be displayed with her own name, at the very least, and not shown as married to someone she didn't marry - especially as the tree owners claim to have sources.
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    Trees on Ancestry - I'm not impressed!

    I was hoping that the free weekend on Ancestry might extend to viewing Public Member trees - unfortunately it didn't. I'm looking at Dorothy May Hobbs, who is enumerated in the 1911 census as the...
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    There's a Border Crossing record (Canada to USA,...

    There's a Border Crossing record (Canada to USA, 1919) on FamilySearch for a Rexford Lebaron who claims to have beein born 1882 in Canada. Any good?
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    I'm distantly related to someone who has one of...

    I'm distantly related to someone who has one of those massive name collectors' trees online. She's married one of my great-great uncles off to someone, although he died unmarried. The name of the...
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    Hello Fenian - I have some Jenkinses from Swansea...

    Hello Fenian - I have some Jenkinses from Swansea in my family tree. Who in particular are you looking for? Of course with a name like that, there are an awful lot of them, so the chances of a mutual...
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    Definitely! Appears to be still there - search on...

    Definitely! Appears to be still there - search on it on Google Maps :-)
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    Don't believe everything you read on MyHeritage -...

    Don't believe everything you read on MyHeritage - they've made a fine mess of some of my relatives' records :wink5:
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    Why is that shocking? :confused5:

    Why is that shocking? :confused5:
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    I don't think most family history researchers are...

    I don't think most family history researchers are shocked by what their relatives got up to - it's just that their actions would have been shocking at the time :smile:
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    Is this the same person as in...

    Is this the same person as in https://www.british-genealogy.com/threads/89977-House-Of-Refuge-1901-Portsmouth?highlight= ?
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    Excuse me if I'm being dense, but what is a "part...

    Excuse me if I'm being dense, but what is a "part ti"?
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    There's a photo of the cemetery on CWGC with W G...

    There's a photo of the cemetery on CWGC with W G Lewis's grave right in the middle: http://www.cwgc.org/find-a-cemetery/cemetery/2072615/MYNYDD%20BACH%20CONGREGATIONAL%20CHAPELYARD

    A Google search...
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    You're lucky! We still get them from abroad, and...

    You're lucky! We still get them from abroad, and I've reported several UK companies for ignoring the Telephone Preference Service - I've had callers insisting that numbers only stay on there for 3...
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    I just tried & it's ok - maintenance may be...

    I just tried & it's ok - maintenance may be finished. Suggest you have another go
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    You'll probably get free access to FMP and...

    You'll probably get free access to FMP and Ancestry at your local library
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    I usually write my reply in my word processor...

    I usually write my reply in my word processor then check the forums to see if anyone got there first before copying and pasting it in :smile5:
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    This may be of interest: ...

    This may be of interest: http://warmemorials.myfastforum.org/index.php?component=content&postid=5217
    It shows a memorial in Ormskirk to John Eason Sharpley who died 1.7.1944. Suggests that he may...
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    Looks like you are right! The GRO site has Dennis...

    Looks like you are right! The GRO site has Dennis Gaggero's mother's maiden name as Clarke.
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    Try just Googling "Trench Maps"

    Try just Googling "Trench Maps"
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    I don't know what the reference is but if you...

    I don't know what the reference is but if you search with his name on the cwgc (Commonwealth War Graves Commission) site you should find where he is buried.
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    Our local main library has the 1939 register.

    Our local main library has the 1939 register.
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    Who is Bob Sunerton? As he's the heading of this...

    Who is Bob Sunerton? As he's the heading of this thread I assume you're researching him too?
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    Jack is frequently a nickname for John :-)

    Jack is frequently a nickname for John :-)
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    Duplicate post https://www.british-genealogy.com/threads/89303-Looking-for-theatre-records-1877-1888
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