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Martin Wallace from Bomana, Papua New Guinea wrote on 27 Feb 2010 at 11:27:
Great site! I found a great-grandfather and many cousins. How can one contribute? I have more data about a number of entries...
Julie Johnson from London, England wrote on 20 Feb 2010 at 16:58:
I have quite a bit of info on the Johnson Family you asked for info on Ellen Eleanor Johnson. Please contact me if you would like details. 🙂
Dave Cannon from Windsor wrote on 28 Jan 2010 at 18:49:
Hi I came across this website by chance and found my grandmothers cousin listed ROSE KATE KEMBLE who marrid William Bigglestone. two of their offspring are listed (I believe they had 8!!!!) including Ethelbert Bigglestone (info entered by Daphne). I cant seem to enter a whole lot more info on Rose's family...uncles aunts etc..Can Daphne or anyone else pleae email me for any info they require
Tanya Blake from Salt Lake City, Utah wrote on 30 Nov 2009 at 05:04:
I am a direct descendant of Samuel Pinnegar and Sarah Anne Moore through their son Samuel Henry Pinnegar, who married and had 5 children of which my grandmother was the oldest child. I am thrilled that someone else has searched out the information for me to find, as we have been stuck on Samuel Pinnegar for several years. Please contact me for more information about my family history that ties in with yours.

Thank you in advance for your time and efforts
Maureen Vernon from Boise, ID wrote on 3 Nov 2009 at 00:57:
What a great site! I have Wiggins background, and look foreward to browsing when I have more time. 🙂
Judith Hoid Jacobson from Carson City, Nevada wrote on 8 Oct 2009 at 14:00:
Hello...I am doing a family tree on ancestry.com, and noticed you have Bessie Mae Hoid on your site. She was my grandfather's sister. I noticed you have no details on her, but if you are interested, she was born 9 Dec 1886 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States, and died 3 Mar 1976 in Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, United States. 🙂
Carrie Read, daughter of Jean Austin from NZ wrote on 11 Jul 2009 at 10:51:
Hi

Thomas of Forncet, son of James Austin and Margaret Jeffery of Forncett st Peter.

Other son John Austin was my line-he was a blacksmith in Carleton Rode.

James Austin was apprenticed to his sister's husband Abraham Landsell a blacksmith as a boy.

James was born abt 1760-I have his death cert. Happy to share info. Just contact me and will pass on the copy of the info for the will of Thomas of Bunwell, uncle of James.

Carrie 😀
Jackie Burton from Stevenage wrote on 5 May 2009 at 21:08:
Hi, I too have an ancestor, William Goldup, who was serving aboard HMS Scout in the 1861 census. Any idea of what the ship was doing there and where it went after.

Jackie 🙂
Pat Goodship from Melksham, Wiltshire wrote on 24 Jan 2009 at 15:15:
Very interesting site - hope I can help with more information on the Goodship family (ancestors & decendants). 😉
Jean MG from East Kent wrote on 23 Jan 2009 at 18:16:
I have been busy doing my family research for years and have decided to now do my late mother-in-law's side, this is how I found your brilliant website. It has confirmed my own findings to do with the PETTS family. Well done + thanks for all the effort you've put in to this site + families.
Peter William Oram from Rockhampton Australia wrote on 1 Jan 2009 at 10:30:
Joseph Oram was my Great grandfather and to see his name here is very interesting
Dawn Kilby from Swindon, Wiltshire wrote on 6 Jun 2008 at 14:14:
Wow, what a great & informative site. I have found distant relatives i didnt even knew existed. Brilliant. 🙂 😀
Kathy from New Jersey United States wrote on 20 May 2008 at 18:54:
I love the great info, but the best is I found my great great grandfather's brother Thomas Cross of Chelsea. My gggrandfather George b:5/5/1832 came to USA in 1849 and started a new branch here that I hope will get added to this family tree
Don Aspinall from Williamsburg, Virginia, USA wrote on 26 Apr 2008 at 18:13:
:)A very impressive tree with loads of information.Unlike my tree at Ancestry .com this is just so full of facts right from the beginning I'm utterly flabbergasted. Congratulations on such a great web site.

Keep up the good work.

Don Aspinall
Nick Phillips from Vancouver, Canada wrote on 19 Apr 2008 at 03:16:
Hi Phil - Thanks for the invitation to join the site! I'll find my way around a bit then set about adding my Ware ancestors.
Sherrie Furber from Edmond, Oklahoma, US wrote on 1 Feb 2008 at 07:41:
Thanks for all you have done! I love your page on Charity Furber and see that you have both of the John Furbers as her sons. I just added the second John Furber to my ancestry tree with the 1841, 1851, 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901 census for him and his family. Also found his Son William B Furber married to Eliza A in 1901 with three kids. So glad to know how they all fit in!! You are the best 😉
Sean Watkins from Hertfordshire wrote on 10 Jan 2008 at 16:02:
Thank you Phil;

for your fantastic dedication, hard work and meticulous detail to The Williams Tree and its' many branches (including my own), giving both 'browsers' and 'users' a great facility to learn more about this ever-expanding family tree!

Good health and happiness to you - Sean Watkins
Frances Powell from Staffordshire wrote on 3 Jan 2008 at 12:55:
Hi Phil,

thanks for all your help and support in tracing my Robshaw ancestors. One day we'll find Joseph Robshaw's roots.

Great website. 🙂
Evan Williams from Cardiff wrote on 24 Dec 2007 at 12:41:
Hello Phil,

Wishing you a very Happy Christmas & a Prosperous, Productive and Healthy New Year. Many thanks for all the hard work and time you spend on the site as it very much appreciated by all the users.

Evan & Bev 😉
Phil wrote on 24 Dec 2007 at 09:15:
Phil

Merry Christmas all,

I just thought you might like to post your comments about the Williams Family Tree site here.

Best wishes for a great 2008.

Phil [Big smile]