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Daily Archives: June 14, 2011
I am currently researching people who are recorded on the Commonwealth War Graves site http://www.cwgc.org The following details refer to Frederick CUMPSTONE who held the rank of Private in the Gloucestershire Regiment 10th Bn. Age 21 date of death 09.09.1916. Service no 15740. … Continue reading
This entry is by Michael Yuen on August 5th, 2009 http://mikeyuen.bridgeblogging.com/?p=722 Another member of The Canada MPP Women’s Team, Karen returned to Nanaimo, British Columbia after spending 25 years in New Zealand. During her time away from Canada she learned … Continue reading
How come the best search engines fail so miserably when it comes to people search? The answer lies in a little known but very important part of the web called “the deep web“. Also known as “invisible web“, the term … Continue reading
I found this for a new CUMPSTONE entry: Another special event occurred during the meeting. Three prominent Shriners were conferred the 33° from the Southern Jurisdiction. Imperial Sir Douglas Maxwell, the Deputy Imperial Potentate, and both of our retired executive … Continue reading
I’ve been interested for a while in this street and wonder if anyone can tell after whom it was named?
Now this might tax your imagination! Go to http://www.infromthecold.org/war_grave_cemeteries.asp?from=search (this is a genuine website) In the ‘Search’ option enter ‘Cores End‘. Then click on ‘Aerial View’. Enlarge the photo and you see it is an Air Canada aircraft! Thanks to Peter Underwood … Continue reading
This is the link for the Latter Day Saints website that we all miss which has now been removed as a link: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/Search/frameset_search.asp Add it to your favourites to make searching easier.