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2013-11-21 Safe image.php?d=aqa3wo9etob1ls1q&w=154&h=154& london shutterstock 1078403061 Do you have London ancestors? FamilySearch has a great resource to help... 1 1 2
2013-12-12 1004905 10151750776515938 1359962177 s Festive names abound over at findmypast UK. This is great! What... 4 0 0
2013-11-20 Safe image.php?d=aqbms74fdkkmbtbh&w=154&h=154& family booklet stack example photo en Starting out on your family history? FamilySearch have a great free... 0 0 1
2013-12-13 Safe image.php?d=aqc 315tg83cfb6r&w=154&h=154&url=http%3a%2f%2fwww.familyhistory Christmas is getting closer! If you're still stuck what to buy that... 1 0 0
2013-12-04 1393703 10151736697525938 1807154582 s FindMyPast asking if you have a black sheep in your family. Do you? My... 1 0 0