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127 People

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When researching your family tree, you should start by writing down everything that you and your parents know about your ancestors. Genealogy has traditionally been a hobby that people take up in their retirement — and that means there’s less chance that their parents are still around to answer questions, so it’s good to get in as early as possible.

In 1992, when I started on my research, I was living in London but my parents were…

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How many of your 127 people do you know?

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Dave Cross

Dave Cross

Geek, Fintech, SEO, Lefty. Feminist, Atheist. Skeptic. Rationalist. Secularist. Humanist. Republican (UK Meaning!). Londoner. Music lover. Writer. Genealogist.

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