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From: "Carole Botwright" <>
Subject: Re: 1901 latest
Date: Sat, 31 Aug 2002 13:50:12 +0100
I have used until turned midnight UK time and again as early as 7.10am
so it must be on the majority of the time. Haven't tried today, real
life has got in the way of cyberlife! :¬)
Researching: Essex - GLADWIN, HANSON, BOTWRIGHT, TUTTON, LARGE, FRY,
Suffolk- BOTWRIGHT, CARR, GODBOLD,CRISP, FAIRWEATHER, ALLUM, REEVE,
Middlesex - FRY, JACKSON, WALTER, DAVIS
Isle of Wight- TUTTON, COOPER, SQUIBB
Devon - HOWARD
Wandering HANSONs in : Leeds, Portsea, Bristol, Newbury
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Nott" <>
Sent: 31 August 2002 10:26 AM
Subject: RE: 1901 latest
> The site is only open 9am to 7pm UK time (GMT+1 hour). I tried
> nine and it was offline - back on now (10:30 am) and running OK.
> mean some long nights for our more remote listers!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [mailto:]
> Sent: 31 August 2002 09:50
> Subject: Re: 1901 latest
> In a message dated 8/31/02 9:25:57 AM GMT Daylight Time,
> > I have checked this morning after useing it a little yesterday,
> > my credit card details..... if is OFF LINE.
> > Thanks to other listers that I was able to do a few lookups, as I
> > know till they told me it was available.
> > I did find some people or possibles, sometimes, amazingly, the
> of the
> > actual census sheet quite literally danced around the screen of
> > volition, Curious.....
> > I imagine my 48hours, bought thru my credit card and hardly used,
> > well and truly timed out by the time it comes back, or I'll be at
> work, but
> > hey ho, it was a super experience.
> Funny. I have used it twice this morning - once just two minutes
> to be working ok
> Mike Stone - Peterborough, England
> For the strength of the hills we bless Thee, Our God, our fathers'
> Thou hast made thy children mighty By the touch of the mountain sod
> Thou hast led Thy chosen Israel To freedom's last abode
> For the strength of the hills we bless thee, Our God, our fathers'