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Stephen Guest's success story
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|Stephen||Report||22 Feb 2003 23:14|
Still waiting to hear from all the people i have contaced. A great source is the 1901 census, i have found all my fathers direct relatives going back to 1860's, also go to the parish registers web site, i found my great great grandmothers maiden name very quickly. Word of advice though, have as much info as possible before hand, it narrows your search and can reduce your costs.