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With regard to the familysearch site. I went to:
ch_IGI.asp&clear_form=true (all one line)
which I'm sure, is the old site. After entering surname, country and
county and the digits M002751 (for Bodwin county, Cornwall). All
marriages between 1782-1843 for the surname that I entered, popped out,
in the same layout as the new IGI is. So I have to assume that the old
and new LDS sites have been linked together. Make sure that letters P or
M are included. Hughwallis is a great way of finding other siblings
married at the same church, when their christian names are not known!
Had a drive around the new Eden Park rugby stadium this morning. Much
impressed... A little different to the green corrugated iron Twickenham
stadium in the 70s.
From: eng-shropshire-plus-bounces(a)rootsweb.com On Behalf Of Graham
Mike, Richard will mean the new FamilySearch. It's a shame things are as
they are and I think it will stay that way for some time until someone
figures out what to do, if ever! Meanwhile one may still check out the
parishes with christenings and marriages available on
Hugh's site and use the corresponding batch No. on FamilySearch. It's a
bit fiddley but it works.
Cheers,Graham in Melbourne who has just found some more generations in