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!
I have updated and added a few things in this website update. Take a look at what’s new! There’s new information, new photographs and more!
Today I research my 3x great grandfather Thomas Beacock, who was the illegitimate son of Sarah Beacock. Without Thomas keeping is mother’s surname, I would not be a Beacock!
I’m going on a break for a couple of months. But don’t hesitate to contact me on my Instagram, Facebook or through the contact form on my website!
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 decided to post about my paternal grandmother Thelma Beacock (nee Baxter). I never had the privilege of meeting my Nana, but I know that she was an amazing woman. I have heard so much about her from a lot of people, that I feel as if I do know her
Today I have decided to share what I know about my great grandfather, William Hunter, who was more commonly known as Bill. I never met him, but I have always thought that I would have gotten on well with him. Luckily I have photographs, facts and stories about him, so I do feel like I know him quite well.
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.
Hi, Everyone, In this website update I have: added the brand new page: Name Abbreviations which will be a very useful tool for people who are researching their ancestors. added the ability to translate a page with Google Translate. added the Duke Family Line page. added the Irvine Family Line page. added the Scarth Family Line page. updated the content on Research: George…
My great uncle Ronald Beacock was such a great man. I will be forever grateful for his effort in our time of need. Read his story here.