Cuckfield Burial Ground lies to the south of the village and offers far reaching views to the South Downs. The burial ground which is non-denominational, lies adjacent to Holy Trinity Church, a Grade I Listed Building. Burial stones…"
Forwood, Hobman, Lance, Rossiter.
I have the family tree back to 1538, coming from two brothers, with father's name unknown. Many family members help with work and research towards this tree, so I am not the only person working on it, but I lead the team.
I have my web site with Tribal pages, and can invite members of the family from all over the world, to actually work on their own branch, which makes it so much easier working together towards the common goal.
It has helped enormously with blank wall features, when we can all work on the same subject at times.
Many members of the family contact me through this site and ask to help out, when they see the amount of information, with corrections as we gain them, photos are being shared, I just love it.
Most family trees do work on the male side of the families, but I have chosen to branch out two generations on the female lines, and found it has increased the amount of knowledge we have all learn't from this.
I hope to make friends and contacts thru this site, either to help or to gain information.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Australia, England, Ireland, New Zealand, America, Spain, Sweden, Germany, and Africa and Asia.
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
online data and research, willing to help anyone with research.
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Family members from all over the world share much of this information, and I took over the family tree from my Aunt in 1998, but had been learning the trade since 1991. I was the first to place our tree onto the internet, which was a wonderful addition to genealogy.