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    Ancestry DNA tips

    Dave
    By Dave,
    If you use the Chrome browser on Windows, you might want to install this MedBetterDNA extension. It's really good for if you're adding notes to your matches (and you really should add notes). The first thing is that you can set it to show the text from all of your notes on the index pages. It saves you having to click the little icon for each note. Next, you can add up to four #hashtags for your notes and only display those matches with (or without) your specified #tag. E.g., I have one for #paternal - for ones that I've deduced are from my dad's side. I have another for #mystery - which may or may not be solved in coming weeks. If you install this extension you'll soon find out how useful it is. More info

    Mirror Tree query

    woodsman
    By woodsman,
    I created a mirror tree from a 2/3 cousin, call her Linda, [Cn 249].  The results came back with a green leaf hint that her father Geoffrey is part of  my relative line, now do I create a second mirror tree and take Geoffrey as the start point.  I did have in the original mirror tree Geoffrey and his Dad Eric in the tree, would it have shown Eric initially as a relative as well. Thoughts appreciated....

    St Helens Junction 1906 rail crash

    Billychris
    By Billychris,
    Have seen a photo of a 1906 rail crash at Junction Station . The train smashed into station masters building . Apart from the year it happened no other info .  Was train going too fast ?Was it derailed by something on track etc ? Was anybody hurt ? . There might well be some info  on here but I have used search engine at top of page and not been able to find any link .

    Common White

    Robbob2010
    By Robbob2010,
    Also known as Cabbage White. I think this was dying as they only live to maximum of 3/4 weeks.I didn't know what to do when it came up to me,not the best pictures .     This below was a tricky picture with one hand.   Common White by Robbob 2010, on Flickr     You can tell with the markings on the wings what they are,seen them plenty of times...not the allotments favorite.    Common White by Robbob 2010, on Flickr     I felt sorry for it as it was tilting after this picture,it must have been on it's way out.   Common White by Robbob 2010, on Flickr                

    Hunter family search. Whiston, Huyton, Parr,St helens.

    Hunter hunter
    By Hunter hunter,
    I''Vm researching my family history (maternal side) and would like to make contact with relatives who are doing the same thing. I've traced my 4 x greatgrandfather John Hunter born 1769 at Sedbergh yorkshire.My 2 x greatgrandfather was Edward Hunter born 1836 at Whiston or Huyton. He appears on the 1851 census living in Eccleston with his Uncle James Hunter and Wife Hannah ( born Whiston 1813 ) and their children: Johana, Alice, Hannah and James.

    Dear Doctor

    HORT
    By HORT,
    The best and worst surgeries in Tellens have been revealed. Mine is bottom. http://www.sthelensstar.co.uk/news/16420517.revealed-the-best-and-worst-gp-surgeries-in-the-borough/?ref=rss

    Bullac tree house

    Joe Cowley
    By Joe Cowley,
    Does anyone have any information on this Rainford property

    Incident at Thatto Heath

    HORT
    By HORT,
    Some streets sealed off. Anyone know what's going on? http://www.sthelensstar.co.uk/news/16417115.police-seal-off-area-near-howard-street-and-subury-street-thatto-heath/?ref=rss  

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