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Janet

Janet Report 31 Dec 2003 17:40

b4usearch(.)co(.)uk HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE. JAN KARNOVSKI, GRAVESEND, KENT.

Unknown

Unknown Report 1 Jan 2004 07:29

Hi, Here are 2 good sites for passenger lists. www(.)immigrantships(.)net. www(.)genealogylinks(.)net. On home page click on England, then click on Passenger lists. Also found this one which might just interest someone. After all, I guess even crooks can become addicted to genealogy. It's www(.)crooksreunited(.)co(.)uk, and it says on the home page, "find your old cell mates here. Read their success stories. (At getting away with it,or cleaning up their act?) Share their recipes. (How to bake a cake with a file in it?)" One more for those with military links. www(.)wartimesindex(.)co(.)uk Happy New year, Di.

Thomas

Thomas Report 2 Jan 2004 03:26

just wanted to nudge this - it was on page 3 Tom in Canada

Linda

Linda Report 2 Jan 2004 19:00

Just to say this thread is really getting long and has some great web addresses but for someone reading it for the first time is there an easier/quicker way of taking a copy of the sites than a good old pen & Paper? Help from anyone appreciated.

Katinahat

Katinahat Report 2 Jan 2004 19:46

Hi Linda, You would do better to 'Copy & Paste' into 'Word'. Highlight the section to be copied - by left clicking on your mouse- Drag it across the section - release and right click on your mouse and select 'Copy' - open word, select a blank page and 'Paste' To save the document: Under File, choose 'Save As'. As you add to the document over the coming weeks, choose 'Save'. I start a new document each month. This month under the heading - GC012004. Hope this makes sense and is of help?! Good luck Kathy

Luciacw

Luciacw Report 2 Jan 2004 21:26

thehistorychannel(.)com/tdih The history channel's This Day In History. You can find important events during your ancestor's lifetime. Alternatively, just type in "the history channel this day in history" in google and you should find it. Lucia

Judy

Judy Report 3 Jan 2004 15:10

nudge

Judy

Judy Report 5 Jan 2004 02:18

Find a Grave at www(.)findagrace(.)com. A virtual cemetery where you can either look up or add your family's information.

Judy

Judy Report 5 Jan 2004 02:20

OOOPS! My apologies everyone....butter fingers tonight! I entered website incorrectly on last posting (that'll teach me to proof read before sending!) The website address for "Find a Grave" is www(.)findagrave(.)com

George

George Report 5 Jan 2004 22:49

http://home(.)cqservices(.)com/mmjeffery/d9(.)htm a royal navy census site.

Naomi in SW

Naomi in SW Report 9 Jan 2004 14:22

Not sure if this has been added but it's handy if you have relatives from London who served in WWI / WWII and also civilians who received medals www(.)gazette-online(.)co(.)uk Cheers Naomi

Susan

Susan Report 9 Jan 2004 23:07

I was just scrolling through the pages and saw this. What a great idea, it's going to keep me occupied for hours! Susan

Chris

Chris Report 9 Jan 2004 23:30

nudge it back to the top GREAT site

Luciacw

Luciacw Report 10 Jan 2004 00:03

Found this website by accident: http://www.scotbdm(.)com good site for scottish births, marriages and deaths. Lucia

Hilary

Hilary Report 10 Jan 2004 17:36

Does Lucia mean sctbdm? Hilary

Molly

Molly Report 10 Jan 2004 17:46

Great one if ancestors from Durham , apologies if already put on: Durham Records Online For a small fee, you can search 1841/1851/1861 census, BMDs, plus useful info on the area, Also another brill site, Durham Mining , just do a search and it will come up, fascinating stuff in here. Angie

Luciacw

Luciacw Report 10 Jan 2004 19:43

Hi Hilary, that was typo, I did mean sctbmd. Lucia

Michele

Michele Report 13 Jan 2004 18:23

Nudge was on page 3

George

George Report 13 Jan 2004 22:17

a must for anyone with ancestors from wakefield: http://www(.)wakefieldfhs(.)org(.)uk

Elizabeth

Elizabeth Report 16 Jan 2004 20:49

Nudge, keep it up their