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anybody know any good family history sites
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the 1901 online census is a good place to start
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what your teacher give you sweets what skool do u go 2?
i go to Rosebery school Epsom Surrey how about u
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anybody know any good family history sites
Ihave been research my family history for a while and have found drawing a tree circle really useful i managed to find that i was related to Charles Dickens
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How did you get into the hobby?
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anyone living near London can go to the family history centre which is signposted from Angel tube station. I think it is on the Northern line
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Isn't it funny how this thread can start with testing and from that the people start talking about family history
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I agree with you i wish the government could sort out these AS Levels quickly. I'm gonna have to take them but i don't want my brother to have to go through them too.
I studied when it was just A levels and i found it difficult to remember everything from the beginning of the first year
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Did you go to nEWwark college anybody
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I WENT TO THE NEARBY COLLEGE WANDSE COLLEGE
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what does everyone think of the department of educations policy to fine parents for their childrens truency
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I think it is completely wrong and just something for the new minister to do to be remembered he obviously does not realise that the root of the problem lies in the schools themselves
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