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Lesley Marriott

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Lesley Report 21 Apr 2003 21:29

Throughout my research I've come across census records (which I've paid for) from 1901 and birth certs etc which are no connection ... as I'm sure have others. I have started posting these details on the various names boards but there must be a better way ... I know of the Lancs List website, are there others? Could we have something on this site where erroneous certificates could be passed on etc? I don't like to waste hard earned money and would like to think of others benefitting from my stupidity/bad luck!!