Spanning the Generations back to Victorian Times – my Ancestry link to the past

This is quite a photograph in the context of my family history research. It is also notable this week in that the central characters, my parents, celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary. In the current covid-19 situation it was not possible to travel north to see them but for them this was another happy milestone inContinue reading “Spanning the Generations back to Victorian Times – my Ancestry link to the past”

FREE BOOK TODAY Researching Ancestry and Genealogy – Solving problems Part 1

I eagerly tore apart the envelope from the Records Office as I knew the contents should be the key to opening up my search for my wife Lorna’s family line. Inside was the birth certificate of Alice Hatton, the daughter born to George Hatton and his wife in 1916. This is Lorna’s Grandmother.

FREE BOOK TODAY Researching Ancestry and Genealogy – Solving problems Part 1

I eagerly tore apart the envelope from the Records Office as I knew the contents should be the key to opening up my search for my wife Lorna’s family line. Inside was the birth certificate of Alice Hatton, the daughter born to George Hatton and his wife in 1916. This is Lorna’s Grandmother.

FREE BOOK TODAY – Family History

For TODAY ONLY I am offering my book A BULLET FOR LIFE FREE ON AMAZON KINDLE. It is a great story with a heartwarming ending. This is the first time I have tried a free promotion so I am very interested to see if it reaches more readers. My other books on French Travel areContinue reading “FREE BOOK TODAY – Family History”

Alans Story Allied Landings in Salerno

I recently watched a moving and informative program made by the famous English footballer Gary Lineker about his grandad who served in the medical corps in WW2. He was in the Allied landings at Salerno, Italy on Sept 9/10 1943. He was a caring and brave man who did his very best to help theContinue reading “Alans Story Allied Landings in Salerno”

Free book on Amazon- Ancestry & Genealogy

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Researching my Ancestry Genealogy book – Solving problems Part 1

I eagerly tore apart the envelope from the Records Office as I knew the contents should be the key to opening up my search for my wife Lorna’s family line. Inside was the birth certificate of Alice Hatton, the daughter born to George Hatton and his wife in 1916. This is Lorna’s Grandmother.