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Twiglets

Diarist Gill Shaw charts the rollercoaster ride of researching her family history

DIGGING DEEPER

It’s funny the way you start organising whole families in your head, even whole parishes, once you’ve been searching the same surname for a while. By now, I think I know every Wrigley family in Lancashire in the early 1820s headed by a chap called Henry.

There’s Henry Wrigley in Bolton, married to Betty, with unmpteen little wrigglers. There’s Henry in Preston, married to Elizabeth, and Henry in Bury with his wife Mary. Trouble is, I can’t find the Henry Wrigley I want, which is the young man born c1823 to my 4x great-grandparents, Henry Wrigley and Agnes.

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Soon the Last Post will sound as we commemorate the Armistice of 1918, a century ago. If you'd like to find out, or discover more, about your ancestor's time during the First World War - look no further. Our November issue is a First World War centenary commemorative issue, packed with information and advice about the records and the medals of First World War people. Have a read, do some research, and then, this year on Remembrance Sunday you'll be able to say that you truly have remembered them.