Guest Book

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  1. Just spotted your website, and wonder if you can help me. I have lost contact with Alison De Dulin, with whom I shared family tree connections as well as close personal contacts but lost touch with her 3 years ago. Can you help me find her again? Also on your guestbook was a message from my cousins Tony & Marj Morley who I have also lost contact with. I have tried signing on to your guestbook to leave a message without success. I have traced my Morley family tree back to 1596. My De Dulin connection was my grandmother, Madelaine Maude Morley (nee De Dulin) Any help you can give me would be much appreciated

    • Hello Malcolm,
      It is good to hear from you. Your message did work as can be seen above. I will give Alison your number and cousins Tony and Marg Morley your email address. I am sure they will be so pleased to hear from you. Keep in touch.
      Regards, John and Pauline.

  2. Many thanks John for letting us know Malcolm was trying to find us, will be in touch with him soon, love the new look well done


  3. Hi John,
    I am most impressed with your new website – I was impressed with your old one too but this is so, so much better. Congratulations. And, for the benefit of other readers, I want to tell them that I am very sceptical about data that is on any family website – so I took the information and personally proceeded to check it to death with every source that I could get my hands on – and I could not fault it. I have used (with John’s permission) a lot of information from this site to complete the “Dulin” section of a family history on the Lawler/Dulin/Bright families. This book is not for sale but may be referred to in the Society Of Australian Genealogists Library in Sydney, Australia.

    Many thanks again, John,
    Kind Regards,

    • Hello Chris,
      It’s great to hear from you again. Thank you for the kind words regarding the new website I sincerely hope you will be a regular visitor. You mention your book about The Lawler, Dulin and Bright Families, a book to which I am for ever turning to for information, it must have taken a great deal of time and effort to gather all the data and put it together in such a way.
      Regarding your problem with copying photographs from the site for printing later, I have added some instruction to the Help section which I hope you will find of interest. You will find it at this link .

      Best wishes,

  4. Hi John

    It is great to see the new website up and running. You have put in a lot of hard work by the look of things.
    Congratulations, I shall follow developments with great interest.


  5. Have just found your site – and am blown to bits as I’ve been looking for the JAMES family for a long time. Edgar Earl JAMES is my kids 2x great grandfather:
    Edgare Earl JAMES m. Elizabeth Faulkner
    Joseph Edgar JAMES m. Constance *Emma LLOYD in Chittoor, Madras INDIA 1 Feb 1909
    Kathleen *Gladys JAMES m. A.C.Lionel AUSTIN Park Town, Madras INDIA 23 Apr 1928
    George Brian AUSTIN .m Glenys MORTON 1963 Adelaide, South AUSTRALIA
    issue x 3 – Gordon, Heather & Neville AUSTIN.

    Joseph & Emma LLOYD had 5 known issue – I have some detail.

    George & Glenys div. 1987, Glenys later became a SAVAGE(!!)

    Sure would like to hear from others of this JAMES family.

    in Adelaide, South Australia

    • Hello Glenys,

      It is great to hear from you, Edgar Earl James and Elizabeth Faulkner are the great grandparents of my wife Pauline. So as you can imagine we are greatly excited to hear from you.

      I will email you with a photo or two soon.



  6. Elizabeth Bridgland in your family tree (est. date of birth 1812) was my gr (x3) grandmother. Her maiden name was Lucas. She was born in Woodbridge, Suffolk on 30 March 1813 and baptised at the Quay Independent Church in Woodbridge in 11 April 1813. Her parents were Edward and Martha Lucas. She married John Bridgland.

    James Pink was my great grandfather. He died in Hammersmith, London in January 1955.

    A very interesting website – hope the additional information is useful for you.

    • Teresa,

      Thank you so much for the information regarding your gr (x3) grandmother, I have added the information to the database. If you require any more information added please let me know, I have yet to add the mapping data.

      It would appear that James Pink, your great grandfather, was my great (x2) great uncle.

      Thank you for the kind words regarding the site and we hope we will hear from you again.



  7. Just come across this excellent site whilst checking through my own tree & looking for new information about J & E Hall, where I have my wife’s maternal grandfather working. Herbert George Frederick Appleton was working for the Medway Safety Lift Co. in 1926 and then later with J & E Hall. A quick check does not yet show up any direct connection but the coincidence of name & company is to great not to warrant further investigation!

    • Hello Steve,

      I was greatly excited by your message, another Appleton relative from J & E Hall, but I am afraid I have been disappointed as it seems we have no connection. Whilst I served my apprenticeship at Dartford I was aware of many Appleton’s working at the factory but I was unaware of the fact that many of them were relations. as my mother never informed me of the fact, and my father died when I was eight so I never new that I had many uncles and cousins working in the same factory that I spent 6 or 7 years in. My father was an electrician on lifts and escalators at Hall’s His father was a boilermaker and many of his uncles worked there also. But it appears that Herbert George Frederick Appleton was not one of my relatives.
      It looks to be a fine pub the, Grove Tavern, I will pop in and say hello when I am next in the area.

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