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RE: Recommended Web sites

Postby » Wed May 07, 2008 9:50 pm

Not a great website for tracing family history!, but if you want your photographs bought back to life/re-printed and saved safely on disc, .. go to!!!!
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RE: Recommended Web sites

Postby pentre » Sun Oct 12, 2008 10:20 pm

The following site has quite a lot of gravestones that have been transcribed. some areas are better served than others, but worth a try.
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RE: Recommended Web sites

Postby Missionary Man » Sun Nov 02, 2008 11:03 pm

The following site is a company offering professional genealogy research packages:


I don't know if the services are of any use to forum users, but it's certainly a nicely laid out site!


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RE: Recommended Web sites

Postby ksouthall » Sun Nov 16, 2008 11:26 pm

I have found very helpful and have made several good contacts through it, which has helped with sharing and confirming information. I have also found family trees going back centuries and, although I have put some of these details into my tree, try to back the information up with certificates and copies from Parish Records.

I also use Google a lot - by putting in place names and surnames, and have been able to find out a lot of information this way, although using Google is very time consuming.

I have recently found helpful for tracing burials and have found information that I have been looking for for the last couple of years.

If you have ancestors in the Medway District of Kent, is very useful. This was recommended in the WDYTYA? magazine so thanks for that Editor.
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