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Further updates to the UK Schools Interests site (formally the School
Photographs Website). We now have approaching the 1500 photographs mark and
plenty still arriving daily. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to
There are quite a few new bits and pieces on the site that may be on
interest. but could I ask that everyone take a look at one page in
particular. The *Unplaced Photographs* Page. Due to computer problems a
while back I lost a lot of email containing details of photographs that I
had been sent. If anyone recognises one of these pictures could you please
contact me so it can be placed in the correct section.
Work is also underway now contacting record offices to discuss putting a
comprehensive list of their holdings on the relevent page for each county
(an example of which can be seen via the Glamorgan pages). I would also like
to ask everyone who may know of any publications available for individual
schools, whether in book, microfiche or any other format to contact me with
the details so that these may be added to the site.
Once again, thank you all for your continued support.
Chairwoman UK Schools History Group.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Justin Stacey" <justin.stacey(a)bbc.co.uk>
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2001 9:55 AM
> I am doing a piece for BBC Radio Cornwall on the 2001 census and how it
> assist people in thier geneology research.
> Could anyone help? I need someone to interview.
> Justin Stacey
> Broadcast Assistant
> BBC Radio Cornwall
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Lisa Webber" <lmwebber(a)actrix.gen.nz>
Sent: Monday, February 26, 2001 10:47 PM
> Newly subscribing to this list, I am searching the Furze families for the
> family of MARY IDA FURZE who married MARIANO VELLA in Wellington, NZ.in
> Her parents William FURZE and Elizabeth arrived with her in Wellington on
> "Waimea" from Plymouth in 1876 as assisted immigrants.
> I would be delighted to hear from anyone researching this family or other
> FURZE families?
> Lisa Webber,
> Wellington, NZ.