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Researching Scottish Family History. Website includes photographic tours of South West Scotlond.
At Memories in Print, we help you preserve your precious memories for future generations. We write your life story/memoirs – you just talk! We can also print your memoirs, and research and print your family history. And we restore your photographs.
French family from Drayton Norfolk circa 1775 to present day. Are you related?
A website dedicated to the history of the Boydell family.
A study of anything related to our forbears and their descendants. This includes lots of heraldry including some examples of building extended sets of quarterings. Principal families included are Hamiltons, Barringtons, Twysdens, Trotters, Ferrand.
Boring Family From East Peckham - We May Get More Exciting Later If I Can Be Bothered!
Details of almost everything you think of about the UK Pinckney Family Tree. Census details, births, marriages and deaths and much much more.
This is my family tree dating back to 1485 from Essex, Suffolk and Cumbria.
I am constantly updating these web pages so keep coming back for the updates.
This website, initially funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund records and celebrates the Oak Apple Day event in St Neot Cornwall. It also contains the St Neot Local Historians and the Warleggan History Group's Archive.
An online encyclopedia of what life was like in the cottage homes of England and Wales from the late 19th century when they were built intil the late 20th century. It is easy to contribute your own memories and information.
Transcription of West Somerset Parish Registers and also a site showing Crowcombe Heathfield station on the preserved West Somerset Railway
A site set up by two local history enthusiasts to provide information on the ancient borough of Aberavon /Aberafan they intend to place on the web as much history and information collated all on one site for the benefit of other enthusiasts