Site updates - Henry James Weaver (Photos)

Category: What's New at Hibbitt.org.uk

Gallery Section

I've added new images to the gallery pertaining to my great-grandfather, Henry James Weaver:

Ancestry enhances its family tree viewer

Category: General

Ancestry has improved its tree viewer to let you more easily see and move around between the generations of your family tree:

  • Expandable generations in the Pedigree View so you can see more than five generations in any one line.

  • Updated Family View displays more generations as well as the extended family.

  • Zoom in to an area of your tree or panaround.

  • View your tree in the full width of your browser window.

  • Printer-friendly feature.

Christmas around the corner - genealogy gift ideas (UK)

Category: Handy Family History Links

With Christmas fast approaching, you may be looking for some gift ideas for your family history enthusiast so I've put together a few links to give you inspiration........Read more »

Examples of 17th Century Handwriting

Category: Handy Family History Links

To help you decipher those old documents, the link below shows some examples of letters of the alphabet from the 17th century which have been found in parish registers:
17th Century Handwriting

Site updates - Henry James Weaver

Category: What's New at Hibbitt.org.uk

Family Tree

Gallery Section

The 1911 Census is coming to TheGenealogist.co.uk

Category: General

The 1911 Census will soon be available on the new Diamond Subscription at TheGenealogist.co.uk. The subscription costs 149.95 for a year but there is currently a 20 discount - (see link). The project will start late 2010, with an anticipated completion date of summer 2011.

Other subscriptions are available plus a Pay-as-you-go option.

Will of John Worgan of Alvington - 1673. Where does he fit in?

Category: Brick Walls

Here is a transcript of a will for John Worgan of Alvington dated 1673. Might he be an ancestor? My proven line of Worgans stops at John Worgan (died 1791), buried at Alvington. Although he might have been the son of John Worgan & Anne Worgan who married in Woolaston in 1700, I'm still looking for further evidence to support this. The will for the John Worgan who eventually died in 1677 reads as follows........Read more »

Site updates - Dearing and Hellier

Category: What's New at Hibbitt.org.uk

Family Tree

Reference websites

Category: Handy Family History Links

Some useful reference websites with digital databases. Some are free to search and others might require a subscription or may be available to access remotely for free via your library membership........Read more »

Non-subscription genealogical websites

Category: Handy Family History Links

Various links to some well used genealogical websites which are available to search for free........Read more »
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