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From: Ellen Edwards <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Best things about family history
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 17:55:15 -0800
I've had the fascinating privilege of recently introducing cousins who are
now pensioners, and in their visits they discovered that they grew up within
10 miles of each other, and didn't know. How much more enriched their lives
would have been to have grown up with this set of cousins, especially since
one family was farming, and one family was into excavating Roman Baths!
----- Original Message -----
From: "pauline davy" <>
Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 4:44 PM
Subject: RE: [CHS] Best things about family history
> Congratulations Kieron !
> I too have had the wonderfind find of a not so distant cousin, and we
> have been able to share so much. I had photo's, docs etc. of one side of
> the family, and she had similar for another line. The best thing is that
> she remembers my grandparents, and many of the family members. We've also
> discovered that at one time, my mother worked in her g.grandfathers sweet
> We exchange memories too, which has drawn us very close, and she still
> lives in my birth town, so you can imagine how much I would like to visit
> her one day. I can't see that happening on a pension, mind you, but we
> have the phone, and email, so I'm trying to be content with that.
> Thankyou fellow enthusiasts, wherever you are, for the help that
> leads to these wonderful discoveries,
> Pauline, a long way from home!
>>From: "Kieron Hoyle" <>
>>Subject: [CHS] Best things about family history
>>Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 23:46:03 -0000
>>Hi List -
>>I've just had an amazing week; after forty years of my father searching
>>for them I have managed to reunite him with his father's family (cousins,
>>uncles etc) and take the family tree back a few generations thanks to the
>>help of my newly found second cousin.
>>Was just wondering what everyone else's best experience of researching
>>their family history was?
>>Of course the second most amazing thing was finding this list and all the
>>friendly people out there! In a matter of weeks I've had invaluable help
>>and suggestions (and maybe found a few skeletons in cupboards !!)
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