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WDYTYA Family Tree Maker 2006

I finally have time to do some research, as family growing up. I have WDYTYA Family Tree Maker 2006 and not sure before I start entering all the data I have accumulated over the past couple of years, whether I should upgrade first.

I mainly use it as a computer record of my research, access to family trees etc and to give me a screen shot of the information I have. If I continue with ...
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ConerMcgregor to appear on WDYTYA ?

Now i am a massive fan of the mix martial arts sports more importantly the UFC and you will know an Irish legend who has recently swept our news by undertaking something that has never been done before in Irish history or in the martial arts fighting scene .

This Irish man goes by the name of Coner McGregor he is from Dublin in Ireland and has come from an unemployed plumber to a champion ...
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WDYTYA 2017 Series starting soon!

Maybe I've missed it but I can't find anything on the forum about the new series.

Apparently it starts NEXT week! On 6 July the first subject will be Charles Dance.
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Don't ignore the Grands, please.

During many episodes I've heard what should be Grandaunts or Uncles referred to as "Greataunt" or Uncle by the show's staff. We've got folks calling the siblings of their Grandparents "Great" and they're even including it on charts. Doesn't the show feel a responsibility to represent relationships correctly? Even at, my grand aunts are identified as a "Greataunt" in my tree. That's all kinds of wrong.
How can your sibling's grandchild be a "Grandniece ...
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Leicestershire electoral registers

These are impossible to use as you cannot find an address without browsing the entire series, I will give Find My Past 'null points' for this idea.
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First, sorry if this question has been answered in the past, as I'm new to researching family tree and have only just joined this forum.

My question is, how do you find a woman who has been married and re-married, ie. you have her maiden name and her first marriage name but no details of her next marriage (or subsequent marriages for that matter) or if the female relative is indeed alive or dead?

I ...
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Frederick Harris

Frederick Harris was born in The cape of good hope in 1797. He was brought to England by Lord Londesborough and given the name Frederick Harris. Does anyone know where I can get any papers
regarding Lord Londesborough from.
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missing father on marriage cert

cAn anyone offer advice please.
Frances Eyre was born 1890?
marriage certificate to George Lillie, has her father
"deceased" no name or occupation.

SHe married and Lived in Walker Tyneside, but i cannot find her on
1891, 1901 or 1911 census.

SHe is naturally on the 1939 register as she married G Lillie in 1913.

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I have the WW1 Pension Records for Thomas Fredrick Wilson Truscott and his service number 095523 but I can't read which regiment he was with. Can anyone help?
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Lithuanian Family History Research

Please can anyone give any advice on tracing family history in Lithuania?
My grandfather was born in Vilnius in 1886 and came to Manchester around 1890 with his parents.
On the 1901 census the family are listed as being all born in Russia but with British Subjects entered. I have been unable to find out how this status was achieved-did they have to be nationalised? Any help or advice on information regarding tracing family in ...
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