Posted on 24-January-2007 by Steve
If you have British ancestors, you might find the Lost Cousins website useful.
It’s free to join, and what you do is enter any members of your family who appeared on the 1881 census of England, Wales or Scotland. And you can find the census on line, too.
Once you’ve entered them, the Lost Cousins site attempts to match them with data entered by other members, and if you’ve entered the same family as someone else, chances are you’re related!
And the more people who participate, the more chances you have of finding a lost cousin.
I’ve entered about 120 blood relatives so far.
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Posted on 19-June-2006 by Steve
Nola Buzza writes:
I’m very excited to report that I have just found three Saundercock brothers who died in USA – William born 1866, Thomas H born 1870, Robert born 1872 – sons of William Thomas Saundercock & Emma Jane Wellington. It seems that William may have married and had at least one daughter – more research needed there. Great fun isn’t it? Hope all is well with you and your loved ones. Cheers – Nola
That’s a signal for the rest of us Sandercock – Saundercock researchers to get busy!
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