MISCELLANEOUS GENEALOGICAL STUFF
OBITUARIES HELP.ORG - An American site but a very informative website designed to offer resources for obituaries and funerals as well as genealogical research
Also all FREE
Family Tree Templates - Over 20 pages of professionally designed family tree templates to download
Genealogy Forms Downloads - Everything you need to organize your ancestor search
Ancestry Records - Secrets to finding completely free ancestry records
Family Tree Reports - How to create a family tree report and where to find the family tree resources
Family Tree Backup - Best rated family tree on line backup
Eulogy poems and funeral readings
AUCKLAND MUNICIPAL RECORD 1926 - interesting photos of Auckland in 1926.
BLACK FAMILY - entries from the parish records of Inveravon, Banffshire and Knockando, Morayshire, Scotland for the surname BLACK. Thanks to Anne Westcott for these.
BLACK FAMILY - entries from Inveravon, Banffshire parish records for the surname BLACK. Thanks to Zandy for these.
BRITISH POPULATION - It is estimated that at the time of the Norman Conquest somebody living today would have had 18 million direct line ancestors - based on two parents, four grandparents, eight great-grandparents etc etc. However the entire population of the British Isles in 1066 was estimated at 1,500,000 people.
Also see MOST RECENT COMMON ANCESTOR and WHY HUMANS ARE ALL MUCH MORE RELATED THAN YOU THINK
BOULCOTT and BOWLCOTT - from the 1881 census index for the British Isles.
ON-LINE CALENDAR - this is soooo handy.
Births and Deaths from the - COSPATRICK - 1858 - 1873.
CRAIG, DEAN AND WRIGHT- Family Reunion – Pokeno New Zealand 1964 for the HELENSLEE centennial
FREE GENEALOGICAL CHARTS -You will need Adobe Acrobat to print these. They will print nicely on to A4.
List and description of FRENCH POLITICAL AND CRIMINAL EX-PRISONERS per Griffin from New Caledonia to Auckland, New Zealand - February 1880.
As I am a great believer in a laugh a day keeps the quack away try this for some GENEALOGICAL HUMOUR.
GENEALOGICAL HUMOUR - ARE YOU ADDICTED TO GENEALOGY? - A checklist.
GENEALOGICAL HUMOUR - DOUBLE BARRELLED NAMES. - An item from an 1895 newspaper.
GUTHRIE of Drumsmudden Farm, Ochiltree, Ayrshire to New Zealand. Spare well researched family for sale.
HALIFAX EXPLOSION - 1917.
This has always interested me and I found two great sites giving more information on this Canadian disaster.
KIWIS REALLY ARE EVERYWHERE
According to the Bay of Plenty Times of 12 March 2005 those born in New Zealand live;
LADY JOCELYN - from the book "White Wings".
LIVESTOCK AGENTS - Some New Zealand farming humour.
MARRIAGES - forbidden by the Church of England.
Wherein whosoever are related are forbidden by the Church of England to marry together.
MOURNING - Mourning rituals from Edwardian England.
NEW ZEALAND CENSUS RESULTS - as at 3rd April 1881.
PARISH CHEST - This is a great on-line shopping site for genealogists. Its based in the UK and you can buy all sorts of things - fridge magnets of Monmouthshire churches is one of my musts.
RESEARCH - MY WAY - A genealogical poem by Anon.
SURNAME PRONUNCIATION - from Enquire Within Upon Everything (1939).
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