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Liz clarke from Glamorgan wrote on 4 Nov 2015 at 14:02:
Does anyone know of France's and Elizabeth smith last known to be living in llanfairisgear around 1911
Marie Sharp from Auckland, NZ wrote on 16 May 2015 at 07:34:
I am related to Charlotte Duell B1801 in Breamore. She was William Duells eldest sister.
He was married to Catherine Chalk. A great site, managed to get some info I didn't have.
Lesley Holt from Chelmsford ESSEX UK wrote on 9 May 2015 at 16:25:
Thank you so much for the information of my family names of
GRAVES/SALMON/NOTTAGE and many others.
Heather Bancroft from Maclean Australia wrote on 19 Feb 2015 at 06:46:
Trying to send you a message. re Australian Bancroft connection to John and Peninnah Bancroft Glossop Cheshire.

Admin: Email on the way ...
Deborah Bridges from Texas wrote on 22 Jan 2015 at 22:30:
Hi Williams Family
Thank you so very much for showing me your Bartle Family xx

Regards Debz xxx
Justin williams from italy wrote on 7 Feb 2014 at 14:52:
hi my name is justin williams son of tim williams i am looking for info about the williams family
tim williams from oregon wrote on 2 Sep 2013 at 16:26:
Looking for any assistance with tracing my fathers' side of the family.
he was Jack W. Williams, born Jan.26,1927, to Ernest L and Gladys Williams. Ernest was born Nov.21, 1887, in Turin, NY. His Father was Thomas E. Williams, Born 1859? Turin, NY. Possible Great/Great Grandfather Edward Williams 1833?
margaret obrien wrote on 18 Aug 2013 at 21:59:
hi
you have George harper born 1976, and afred harper on your website. all of George harper grandchild had a family reuion at the weekend, my husband is he grandson. please john flay if you can get in touch with me ty
margaret obrien from uk wrote on 12 Aug 2013 at 11:00:
Dear William famliy
I am just so very please for all the infor on here about the harper family of Wiltshire. we are having a family reunion of kind this weekend. for all the grandchildren of George harper. it is also a time to remember georgie his daughter my mum and law who pass away last year. ty so very much once again how is the willliam and harper join? ty you once again you fill in a lot of grap for me now writing out the family tree)
margaret obrien from wiltshire wrote on 12 Aug 2013 at 10:14:
hi I am looking into the harper family. and my husband grandfather was George harper, born in chippaham. I look on this site and found all of his famly from us mum sarah, to his sister rose maud. If you would like any infor please-mail me. George harper daughter died last year my mum in law age 91. she was 7 when her dad died. she was the last of 5 girls . thank so much for the infor .
Helen wrote on 24 Jul 2013 at 06:10:
Has anyone come across a Humphrey Rees Born Pennal area around 1809 who married Mary Evans in 1838 in Liverpool but who subsequently lived with his family at Barmouth. I have details of him after his marriage but am unable to confirm his parents. they may be William and Jane Rees who lived at All goch Llangelynin in 1809 but at present I have no proof of this. Any help would be much appreciated.

Helen
Jeni Molyneux wrote on 20 Jan 2013 at 20:03:
I am descended from George Barrett's daughter Maria ...on your web pages.
He was a farm bailiff up at Hackpen near Chiseldon. What is your connection with George please?
Great site....


Hi Jeni,

Maria was my wife's 2nd great-granduncle's wife's grandniece's husband's grandmother!

Phil.
Beverly Leach wrote on 18 Jan 2013 at 18:14:
Thank you for the information on George Ernest Durrant. Kind regards Beverly
m j durrant wrote on 9 Jan 2013 at 13:35:
My grandfather Walter Whall Durrant was the brother of George Ernest Durrant who was born in Islington. He emigrated to Canada probably in 1920's. He married Ada and had a son George. Great uncle Ernest used to send me new issues of Canadian stamps until his death in the 1960's. I have lost all contact with the relatives in Canada.
Bernadette Barnes from Chillingham NSW Australia wrote on 6 Nov 2012 at 13:18:
Wonderful page my grandmother was Gladys O'Connell (Dawson section of your tree) so much work thank you , it is astounding to read the stories from my family background.
Kind regards
Jill Murphy wrote on 2 Aug 2012 at 20:34:
My husband Brian Murphy is descended from James Sutherland and his first wife, Margaret Fraser.Margaret died in NS about 1834
Their daughter Margaret Sutherland born 1828 in Boularderie NS in 1828 married Murdoch "Tanner" McKenzie in NS in 1848 and all the Sutherlands(or most of them) Murdoch McKenzie his wife and children and Margaret Frasers brother and sister and all their tribe came to NZ in 1858 on the Breadalbane.
Murdoch McKenzie and Margart Sutherland were the parents of James Alexander Sutherland McKenzie and his son James Hector McKenzie was my husbands mothers father.

Jill
Beverly Leach wrote on 27 May 2012 at 08:55:
Hello
What a great website!
I’m wondering if you can help me. I’m looking for information on my grandfather George Durrant, a music hall artist, who was born sometime between 1872 and 1877 in Clerkenwell, London. His father was George Durrant, a builder.
I am looking at George Ernest Durrant b.1877 (I29398) in your tree as a possibility and would like to make contact with other family members to see if there is some information that might confirm this.
Kind regards
Beverly
mary lane newton wrote on 29 Apr 2012 at 17:15:
my mother is iola frances hudson lane and you have iola frances hudson in your tree and i was wondering how. she was born 1908 in papillion,nebraska usa and marriage a tom lane born in 1902 in cove union,oregon whose father came from england and his father john lane and sarah gregg with gregg family with williams. mary lane newton thankyou
Neil Taylor from Salt Lake City, Utah USA wrote on 29 Apr 2012 at 07:58:
Love your site. A tremendous help in my efforts to share research efforts.
Laurence Trackman from Bristol England wrote on 22 Apr 2012 at 19:48:
Dear Williams family,
Your website and the extensive work it contains is an inspiration.
I have just been given a month's use of Ancestry.co.uk by my daughters, so I at the earliest stage of this journey. My late mother was Lily Loftus, daughter of Ely and Gertie Loftus who employed Annie Brown as one of four servants in their home in Albert Road in Southampton. This has come as a great surprise to me as I had assumed Ely was poor immigrant, and was obviously doing very well by 1911. My grandfather's family did well in England, for example his brother Michel's family founding Accurist watches.

I have a photo of my grandparents shop which, from appearances seems to be taken roughly around the time Annie Brown was living there, and it shows my grandfather, his brother, and three young women, one of whom could possibly be Annie (plus a passing policeman who thought he'd also pose for the photo). I assume the photo was taken in Albert Road, where I am assuming they lived over the shop. I understand that the building is now a Threshers Wine shop. I would be more than happy to send you a copy.

Best regards,

Laurence Trackman