Re: Puzzles in Family History research Jackie
Posted by Allan Campbell on November 29, 2022, 14:53:34, in reply to "Re: Puzzles in Family History research "
Hi Jackie. A few weeks ago FindMyPast had a freeby and now just charge. I did spend two £3.50 for items just to check out 2 people. |
I donít really need the 1921 Census as have in most case been able to make the jump from the 1911C to the 1939 records.
However tomorrow I will be working on the 1921 Census for Scotland as there was quite a bit of Annís family moving around up in Perth. That info. Is released from 9 am tomorrow. I wonder if the website crashes before lunch. I may have to do an late nighter.
For the last few weeks I have been working on my Welsh side as you will have seen.
Talk about nightmares, so many almost identical names, you donít know whether your coming or going. At the end of some hours you question Am I right or ?
Working on Scotland families can be dreamsville Itís all there almost total info. But watch out for the handwriting!
Thereís one thing to be said for family research, It does get the old brain box working. After the last 3 years I need it.
Thanks for the offer I may take you up on it. Allan C.