George was my 2x great uncle (the brother of my great grandmother). I did not know him, but through my research, I have learnt a lot about him. I have heard many stories and have seen lots of photographs of him. Today I have put all of this together for you all to read! Read his story here!
Today I have decided to share my research on my great great grandmother Mary Ann Capon (nee Marrow). From what I know of her, she must have been a very strong minded and willed woman. This was definitely proven by how long she lived on the earth. I enjoy the stories that I have collected about her, love looking at photographs and learning more about her. I really wish I could have known her, as I have so many questions that may be forever unanswered!
My great uncle was called Harold Hunter, but was known by many other names, to many people. I had a lot of time for my uncle Harold, as he was a very funny, caring and genuine man. He was always able to make everyone and anyone laugh, and could easily lighten anybody’s mood if they were feeling down. I miss going to visit him, listening to his stories and laughing at his jokes. He will always be remembered and missed by both family and friends. Read his full story here!
Today I have decided to write about my 3x great uncle, Mark House. He had to struggle through life being totally deaf from his birth in 1885, Hampshire. Here’s his story!
Today I have decided to research my 7x great grandfather , William Beacock.
Today I have decided to research my 2x great grandfather George House. This is the most detailed research blog post to date!
Today I have decided to research my 6x great grandfather Robert Beacock.
Today I have decided to research my 2x great grandfather Henry Hunter.
Today I have decided to research my 5x great grandfather, John Beacock.
Today I have decided to write about my great grandmother, Dorothy Annie May House.
Today I have decided to research my 2x great-grandmother, Emma Eliza House (nee Cook).
Today I have decided to research my 2x great-grandmother, Florence Avis Beacock (nee Smith).