My great Auntie Sylvia didn’t have a very long life at all, but she was a very special person. I feel very close to her for some reason, although she passed away 44 years before I was born. Here’s her story.
Today I have decided to write about my 3x great grandmother Margaret Beacock (nee Gibson).
My great uncle was called William Cecil Hunter, but was more commonly known as Cec. I have heard many many stories about him and his unmatchable sense of humour, kindness and generosity. He was known and loved by many people. It is such a shame that I never was able to meet him.
My 3x great grandfather was George House. He was born in 1855 Hampshire, England. Read his story here.
My grandfather Frederick Allan Beacock was such an amazing man with a great sense of humour, despite what he had to deal with throughout his life. He will always have a special place in my heart, as I have always felt very close to him.
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).