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Fathers’ Day – ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’

This coming Sunday is ‘Father’s Day’ (for lots of countries, including the UK and US). Just as  I did for Mothers’ Day (see post here), I want to consider a few fathers. The first is my own father, David Alan … Continue reading

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Heirloom – Albert Scott’s Toolbox – ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’

This is a catch-up post for an earlier week of the ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’ on the topic of ‘Heirloom’. Without a doubt the biggest heirloom we have in the family is Albert Alfred Scott’s toolbox. Albert Alfred Scott … Continue reading

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Honeymoon Photos

David Alan Rees and Eileen Ivy Scott – Honeymoon in Cornwall September 1954 David, known to all as Dai, and Eileen were married in Eltham Parish Church, on the 4th September 1954(1). (Crown Copyright) The marriage was witnessed by Sarah … Continue reading

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Mothers’ Day – ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’

On Mothers’ Day (which is today in the US, and we had on 11th March in the UK) I tend to think of a number of Mothers: My own mother: Eileen Ivy Rees (nee Scott) b. 1930 d. 2003, who … Continue reading

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Cemetery – ’52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks’

The topic of today’s post is ‘cemetery’ and I am going to focus on Plumstead Cemetery, in South West London. Mainly because I know that we have a lot of our ancestors buried there, both direct ancestors, like Eileen Rees’ … 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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