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Old 11-10-12, 14:29
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By my calculations, Celia is my sixth cousin three times removed! The generations in her Cator line are very far apart which makes it quite out of synch with mine.
That is brilliant research - really enjoyed following your work.

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Old 11-10-12, 14:57
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Thanks, Shona, and thanks for the info on the Scottish side of Celia's tree.
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Its what I said before the research and FH of the members of this forum is more interesting than WDYTYA's recent episodes.
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Just got around to watching this - I quite enjoyed it as this isn't a period iin history I know much about. I liked Celia and none of the experts grated on me this time! Also loved her jolly hockysticks cousin at the beginning!!

I have also enjoyed reading the research done by Kate and Shona on ths thread!!
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Only part way through but like it so far APART from the fact that they took the hand-written tree as gospel. Yes, I guess the BBC would have researched it but I wish they would have SAID so or put a note on the screen to that effect! Unknowledgeable people watching it could well think that any old hand-written tree is the real thing lol.
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Good point Rosie!
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