My Great Grandmother was Margaret Edgar and as an addition to searching for the Kings I have, with help, tried to trace her family. Oh what an elusive family! even more so that my immediate family.
After a bit of research I now find the Edgar name is common in Co Down which does not help matters […]
The problem with family research is, unless you’re a professional and can spend time and money, it can be very frustrating and lead to you wondering why on earth you started doing the whole thing in the first place. it is therefore likely you’ll close the files for a while with the intentions of restarting […]
One thing that really comes to light when doing family research is just how many other family names are indeed linked to ones own name. Families which up until now would have meant nothing to the researcher with the exception of those within recent generations – mother/father, grandparents and possibly great grandparents.
I’ve listed below […]
last Saturday (31st January) I met up with my two step sisters and their mother who I haven’t seen for nigh on 40 years. They were the children of my father and his second wife. It was good to catch-up and we discussed the family ( from a family research point of view).
We aim […]