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Old 29-08-12, 21:26
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Yes, John, FreeBMD is one of the sites I linked to in post #6.
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Yes, John, FreeBMD is one of the sites I linked to in post #6.
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Old 30-08-12, 09:02
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Happy hunting John, the folk on here are amazing when you come to a brick wall. They don't even mind when you keep asking them the same thing .... well usually some months apart lol. You just have to keep perservering and often revisiting old problems.
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Old 30-08-12, 11:30
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'Ancestry' has Phone Directories

did anyone mention that ? .... too lazy to read back properly ! *tuts*


and you can get a free sub with FTM
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familysearch has a free tree program you can download.

I use FTM as it will merge ancestry info into the tree if you want.

I prefer ancestry to FMP as I find ancestry easier to use. FMP has better transcriptions though. FMP had a cheap deal for their worldwide sub but it is ending very soon.

Last but not least, welcome John.
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Yes, John, FreeBMD is one of the sites I linked to in post #6.
And don't forget freeREG which is the transcription of parish registers pre 1837. If there is someone active in your areas of interest, freeREG can be quite useful. There is also FreeCEN, free census records, but I have not used them as they never had my areas.

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And don't forget freeREG which is the transcription of parish registers pre 1837.
FreeREG does have post 1837 too
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