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|Samantha||Report||19 Mar 2003 20:44|
HELPPP!! The more i do this the more complicated and confused i get...lol I need help. My grandfather stopped talking to his family/parents/sisters, long before i was born. He is now passed away, im trying to find info on the sisters. I know there d.o.b. thats all, no idea who they married if they had kids ect. But the more i search i come across things that don't add up. today i found a a document on my grandfathers father, but the wifes name i was told is totally different, but dates/ area seem to match up. I went to the census site 1901 but u have to pay. I now live in Canada and can't just drive over to the Uk (wishes) and i keep hitting brick walls!! Can anyone lend me a hand or 3.. sjk AT wightman DOT ca thanks so much for any and all info.... Last name is MEACHEM