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Lynne Coakley

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Lynne Report 15 Apr 2003 17:42

Monica Thanks again, I checked out the IGI and found possible listings for two other ancestors. Sorry I didn't realise Lufbra was meant to be a joke - silly me, I thought it must be in another country!! I agree about having a bit of fun doing this, I too have a stressful job and it gives me some light relief. Re Vera's comment - I have found some very useful tips on this message board and I have also given some which I hope have helped. I thought that was what this is for, or am I mistaken? It has certainly helped me a lot in the past couple of weeks since I joined. However, I have noticed a few people seem to ask questions that often have obvious answers if they use there common! After all, we all sussed out how to build our trees ourselves. Thanks again anyway Monica and anyone else who has given me advice. Lynne