Monthly Archives: April 2018

In the Census – ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’

What do you think when that Census pack fulls on your doormat every 10 years? These days there are lots of cries of ‘invasion of privacy’ and ‘why does the Government need to know all this stuff?’ But aside from … Continue reading

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Anzac Day – 25th April

Today, 25th April, is 103 years since the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) landed at Gallipoli, together with their British and French counterparts – which became one of the worst defeats in British military history. The ANZACs landed … Continue reading

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Invite to Dinner – ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’

Week 4 of the ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’ is ‘Invite to Dinner’, and Amy Johnson Crow poses the following questions: Which ancestor would you most want to invite to dinner? Do you have a story of a memorable dinner … Continue reading

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Longevity – ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’

The topic of this post is ‘longevity’. I have chosen to look at this in terms of the Rees family’s association with the Three Salmons Inn, in Water Street, Carmarthen.     The earliest record for the family’s association with this … Continue reading

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Favourite Photo – ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’

Genealogist Amy Johnson Crow has developed a ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’ programme, where she sends out a weekly prompt to get people to look at their family tree in a different way, and share the results with their family. … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Welcome to The Rees Scott Archive. I will post on here when I have anything interesting to share about the Archive. I do intend to put family tree details on, in due course. In the meantime, you can review my … Continue reading

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