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September Issue Family Tree

September Issue Family Tree

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 New out Today
September issue2012Newsletter 
It’s been a very quiet couple of months since we sent out
the last newsletter but the weather has been very warmfor some members and holidays as well also the schoolchildren are away on
there long break so people don’t
want to be sat doing there family tree.
 Message flagged Wednesday, 29 August 2012, 8:23
Hi Everyone,Welcome to the September Newsletter. Compared to this time last year,the Familytreeforyougroup has been very quiet! We have had 3 newmembers since June 2012 with only one of them actually writing in,despite frequent attempts to get the other two to write in. Please
beshy, we really want to help you and are interested to see what namesyou are researching, their email addresses are  jojoyce1960@yahoo.com  and dorolowe@swbell.net.So I guess it may be Joyce and Dorothy- where are you!! Our latest member and I think our youngest member, isLeonie, who is 18 years old and is researching her family tree from theBurton on Trent, Staffordshire area. She is making good progress on her tree and hope we shall be able to help her get many more names andinformation on her Ancestry tree.There are a few more new genealogy search engines you may wish tohave a look at and try with some of your ancestor's names. Here theyare:-Macavo-----------Mocavo is the leading free Internet search engine for genealogy. Thedata in their indexes only includes information of interest to familyhistorians.http://www.mocavo.com/ GenealogyInTime-------------------------Free search engine for genealogyhttp://www.genealogyintime.com/genealogy-resources.html  Ancestry have a couple of records that are free for anyone to search atthe moment, they are: The 1911 UK CensusThe United States 1940 Censusalso new as well on Ancestry is this, for those lucky enough to have an I-Phone:-
 New free iPod and iPhone appWe've just released a new, world-wide version of our iPhone Ancestryapp. This now also works with the iPod, and has several new features:
 An interactive family tree viewer to see relationships in your familyhistory
 Access to family trees that were shared with you
 Ability to view historical documents and source citations attachedvia Ancestry.co.uk
 An improved user experienceRead more about it or  download it for your iPhone or iPad now. In case you have Irish Ancestors, you may be interested in their latestIrish Records:Dig Deeper Into Irish Roots - Three Centuries of Irish Records NowOnlineHistoric Irish records, detailing 40 million births, marriages and deathsspanning three centuries, online today
Over 400,000 historic Irish Catholic Parish records, 1742-1884,online for the first time today 
Irish BMD and Civil Registration indexes now extended by over 40 million records 
Famous names uncovered in the records include CS Lewis, W.B.Yeats and Samuel Beckett 
 We now have a new Moderator on the FTFY Group, our Janice (Mundy)who lives in Adelaide, Australia. Janice has been a member since June2010,her sister Joy is also a member on the Group. Janice was a bit of anovice to genealogy when she joined the Group but has come on leapsand bounds with her research and knowledge of genealogy. Her 

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