Over the past few days I've been busy revamping my Hibbitt Family History website
and some of you may have noticed that I've rebranded it slightly: - it's now called 'Hibbitt & Barnes Family History'
but it's important to mention that the website address hasn't changed. The site remains at www.hibbitt.org.uk
and, to give it a fresh look, I've changed the image(s) at the top of the pages, as well as on the blog itself too.
The majority of the old website structure is still in place with one or two alterations. As always, the Sitemap page
will help you get around.
The reason for the change: - I've recently begun looking into my husband, Harvey's, ancestry and have already uploaded a very basic tree for his BARNES FAMILY
So, what's changed?
One of the first things you'll notice when you come to my Home page
is the page is a little shorter and now, near the top, there's a pretty graphic with a link to our Family Trees entry page. The Site Search box can be found further down the page but the Search page
itself is still available from the Search link in the navigation bar so it can be accessed from any page you happen to be on. I've also moved the 'Latest Blog Headlines' further down and removed my family names from the Home page and, instead, created a new page with an Overview of my Hibbitt Family
The eagle-eyed amongst you may recall that I used to have a link in the navigation bar entitled 'family tree'. This has now become 'Families
'. Click on this link and you'll reach the entry point for both of our HIBBITT and BARNES family trees together with another Site Search box. Further down this page you'll find the instructions that used to reside on the Home page of 'how to explore our family trees' and there are also links to the family pages belonging to all four sets of our grandparents, in case you want to begin navigating our trees from there.
The Photo Gallery
remain the same and the Resources section
and Contact page
have seen only minor alterations.
Feel free to take a peek and let me know what you think.
Whilst Harvey's tree
is still very modest, if you think you might be related to him, please do get in touch
. His Barnes, Thomas, Wright, Harvey, Reynolds, Dawes and Treleaven side lived in Newlyn and Paul in Penzance, Cornwall. The Smith family had ties with Selkirk and Dumfries. The Ellen side lived in Seaham Harbour, Durham, but had connections with London and India, and the Bydens and Gardners also lived in London.
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