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terrance Report 28 Apr 2012 16:40

I am rechecking all my links on my chart that Icompiled a while ago.Facts that I have on my chart even though I have the original document a marriage certificate 1905 I get no records of them.I cannot remember the programme that provided the information but a note on my original document identified Henry Savage @1796 on the 1861 census but your programme was blank.What are you playing at?


KathleenBell Report 28 Apr 2012 20:21

There are two Henry Savage's born 1796 that come up on Genes Records for the 1861 census - one in Walsingham and one in Pontefract.

Kath. x


Reggie Report 1 May 2012 16:46

This is the Suggestions board - not designed for the message you have posted

Contact GR support - and please delete this