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Ian Report 9 Mar 2006 17:17

I only have access to the free searches. I'm waiting for next weekend to get some more credits.


Val Report 9 Mar 2006 17:27

just to let you know 1851 has been put on to scotlandspeople now


Ian Report 10 Mar 2006 00:31

Thanks for the tip Val but it doesn't look as though I'm as Scottish as I thought. :)


Ian Report 10 Mar 2006 14:19

Afternoon all. Could anyone with access to Ancestry do a search for: Charles James Allbrook from 1881 - 2006 My session ran out and I now can't see any of the basic information such as who else was living with him etc When I search I only find one census entry and two births in the BDM index. Can anyone find a death record anywhere?


Ian Report 10 Mar 2006 16:30

Can anyone do a lookup for Charles James Allbrook from 1881 onwards and tell me who he was living with in the 1891 census? Can anyone find a death cert. index for him too? Please,,, pwetty pwease.

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Granny Grumps Report 10 Mar 2006 17:08

Hi Ian I am in the same boat as you spending a fortune on Scotlands People and cannot fimd anything of help Spent 39 credits last night and got no where would appreciate any tips you get. Helen