Thanks to Rhonda Baum for getting in touch and updating the details of her Baum family in Victoria, Australia
My thanks to Georgia Rivett for spotting some errors in the records for her family in Queensland, Australia. The errors have been corrected and all should now be in order. Keep up the good work Georgia. … Continue reading →
Further gratitude to Richard Barton for his continued research into our common Gloucestershire “Terrett” and “Dunn” ancestors. Richard has spent many hours at Gloucester Records Office and has added many new generations to the family.
Thanks to Dorothy for sending corrections and additions to the Piddell individuals in her family.
It has taken a long time but with the help of the wonderful staff at Cardiff Council’s Cemetery Services I have been able to finally locate the grave of Christine’s great grandfather John Donovan. Once the grave location was confirmed a request was made to the council to erect … Continue reading →
My thanks to Sarah Mayo for getting in touch this week. Sarah pointed out an error I had made with a baptism date and added a few more details on her Gainey ancestors. … Continue reading →
Barton kindly sent two new photos to add to the records. One photo of his mother Gertrude Arlene Lasbury as a young girl with her cousin Ralph C. Lasbury jnr. The second photo of his mother with her sister Helen Elizabeth Lasbury. View the album here. … Continue reading →
Received a message from Sue Cahill. It seems a person in her research, Joseph Dando married Elizabeth Lasbury in High Littleton, Somerset in 1804. After further research it appears there is a second link to the Dando family from my wife’s Bartley ancestors where Vivian Albert Dando married Edna May … Continue reading →
Updates to the ancestors of Hannah Maria Chapman using the Legacy – New Family Search feature available within Legacy. Newly discovered surnames include Gill, Noy, Hellyar and quite a few place names in the vicinity of Padstow in Cornwall. … Continue reading →
I thought it was time I looked into the individuals shown on the statistics page as being the “longest lived” in the records. It seemed that 116 years old was just a little too optimistic an age and proper research revealed mistakes in the research. This has now been corrected … Continue reading →
Used the Legacy Family Tree / New Family Search facility to search for the descendants of Sarah Lasbury who was born in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire in 1796. She married Edward Portrey in c1828 and they had four children between 1828 and 1839. … Continue reading →