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I began to Research my Family Tree when my mobility became restricted and I have thoroughly enjoyed the adventure especially as there is so much to be learned on the Internet.
My main lines are RICE in various areas of Derbyshire; LEE - Pleasley and Pleasley Hill; DUNN - Durham and Derbyshire; BLADEN - Salop>Staffordshire>Notts; INGLEBY - Yorkshire; INGRAM - London and many more surnames by marriage.

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on 2006-09-11 01:32:09

jingles has been a Family Tree Circles member since Sep 2006. is researching the following names: DUNN, RICE.

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by allycat on 2006-09-11 01:41:26

Dear Jingles, Hi there. Pleased to have you here and hopefully your journey may be enriched by finding out even more information than you dreamed of.

If anyone has ancestors in England, then by far it is the easiest country to research due to the parish records and Census data 1841 through to 1901.

It may take a while to do, but the more information you share about members in your family tree (excluding the living), the greater you increase your chances of a descendant that is a family historian and is researching the same line/s.

I have been so fortunate to come across many treasures along the way, some including beautiful old photographs, and a picture of some needlework that an ancestor did as well.

If you have a read of some of my journals ... seach for NEWBIES and FREE in the top right-hand corner ... and you'll be taken to some free genealogy goodies that you can't do without.

You may not realise it, but you are doing an important job that someone one day may really appreciate.

Kind regards and best of luck,
Allycat from downunder.

by Scott_J on 2006-09-11 06:33:56

Welcome Jingles!

by jingles on 2006-09-11 18:09:51

Thank you for the welcome. I forgot to mention that I left the UK in 1951 and came to Australia as a migrant. No regrets but there are some things I still miss, especially spring flowers.

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