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Wordless Wednesday - Castle Combe, Wiltshire vintage photos on Caroline's Chronicles

A visit to Castle Combe in Wiltshire, for my Great Aunt Joy in 1950.
Wordless Wednesday – Castle Combe, Wiltshire
Wordless Wednesday – Castle Combe, Wiltshire
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An Unexpected Family Birthplace Mystery Solved! New post on Caroline's Chronicles Blog.

  When I found my 3x Great Grandfather William Freeman in the 1851 census, I was surprised to see that his eldest son, John, was born in Stockport, Cheshire. The family had no connections there and their ancestry seemed well rooted in the…
An Unexpected Family Birthplace Mystery Solved!
An Unexpected Family Birthplace Mystery Solved!
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Wordless Wednesday - Happy Days at the Seaside, 1950s Style vintage photos on Caroline's Chronicles Blog

More vintage photos from my Great Aunt Joy’s albums. A very happy chap at the seaside in August 1952!
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Interesting Ancestry at the Derbyshire Record Office - possible successs & a fail! #ancestry #derbyshire

I spent a day at the Derbyshire Record Office last week with the intention of searching for the Freeman side of my family tree in the non-conformist registers. From my memories of my Grandparents I knew they were Methodist and had their genealogical roots…
Interesting Ancestry at the Derbyshire Record Office
Interesting Ancestry at the Derbyshire Record Office
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Wordless Wednesday blog post - visiting Bath, Somerset in 1952 #genealogy #vintagephotos #family

Visiting Bath, Somerset in 1952.
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Wordless Wednesday
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Motivation Monday - Filling in the Blanks A failed search & a small success on Caroline's Chronicles blog

I keep a spreadsheet which helps me see at a glance which records I am missing for my direct ancestors. I’ve found it helpful in motivating me to make sure I have as much documentation of my ancestors as possible – this (hopefully!) ensures that I’m on…
Motivation Monday – Filling in the Blanks
Motivation Monday – Filling in the Blanks
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On the Road through Kananaskis
On the Road through Kananaskis
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Wordless Wednesday - Surveillance In Chesterfield. Police surveillance footage first used in court in 1935. Spotted any relatives? #genealogy #ancestry

The first surveillance footage to be used as evidence in court was shot in Chesterfield in 1935. It has just been made available online by the British Film Institute. Watch for free here – spot any relatives?! (Note: I couldn’t get this to play in Chrome.)
Wordless Wednesday – Surveillance In Chesterfield
Wordless Wednesday – Surveillance In Chesterfield
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Black Sheep Sunday... Larceny in the family. A new blog post on Caroline's Chronicles.

  In my previous post I had found my 3x Great Grandmother Elizabeth Wood (nee Cope) languishing in prison, with her young daughter, in 1851. I was pretty keen to find out how she’d ended up in prison. I turned to the British Library newspaper…
Black Sheep Sunday… Larceny
Black Sheep Sunday… Larceny
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