Im­mi­grants web­site is a su­perb re­source

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I just had to let you know how pleased I was to re­ceive your weekly news­let­ter re­cently which in­cluded the Eng­land’s Im­mi­grants web­site ( eng­land­sim­mi­grants.com).

I sub­scribe to WDYTYA? Mag­a­zi­nee as I re­search so­cial his­tory, par­tic­u­larly in the area of oc­cu­pa­tions, and the mag keeps me up-to-date with re­search fa­cil­i­ties and web­sites. I’m sure you know that not all your read­ers are ge­neal­o­gists.

I could go on at length about how won­der­ful Eng­land’s Im­mi­grants is but I would bore you to death, so I’ll just say that it’s a mir­a­cle th­ese days to find an on­line data­base ca­pa­ble of easy and com­plete in­ter­ro­ga­tion. Keep up the good work! Sue Gre­gory, Stafford Editor replies: Thanks for that, Sue. Eng­land’s Im­mi­grants is our 30 Minute Genel­o­gist fea­ture this month. I’m glad

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Gross and net val­ues of es­tates bit.ly/1O7CUDd I have re­cently re­ceived a will from the new Govern­ment web­site and I’m try­ing to make sense of it, in par­tic­u­lar the great dis­par­ity be­tween the gross and net val­ues of my an­ces­tor’s es­tate.

He died in 1916 and his es­tate was given a

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