at www.search-family.org ??
Are you related to the Surname Western? (Originally from Robert WE Sterne circa 1300) (Latterly known as the Maximilian Western Pedigree)
Have you ever lived at Rivenhall Place Rivenhall Essex England?
Have you ever lived at Felix Hall Essex England?
Have you ever lived at Tattinstone Place Tattingstone Suffolk England?
Do you have any "Western Family" memorabilia or artefacts?
Have you lost your "Western" inheritance?
WHO GOT THE INHERITANCE?
Are you owed thousands of missing pounds?
Enter the surname you are looking for or click the banner to find out more.
ARE YOU RELATED?
Have you any information that the family has no knowledge of?
These are just some of the many questions I asked when I first started researching my family history.
My father was the person who got me hooked on genealogy, some 25 years ago. I was in my early 30's, which for many is a young age to start thinking about "where do I come from?"
Anyway, a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then and I now run several websites with a family history genealogy theme, as well as becoming an experienced genealogist and web designer.
This site has been completely re-designed and enhanced with a wealth of useful information for anyone doing their genealogy on the internet. From genealogy links, and Birth, Marriage and Death Certificate Sources to census records and from historic accounts to family history resources, you will find many useful tools to help you on your way. in Find Long-Lost Relations .
Just sign up for a FREE TRIAL with no obligation. This Database has 100's pedigrees, photos, bios, of most if not all the Royal Families down the centuries with links to the present day. There is so much available with resources to expand your own pedigree/trees that you will want to sign up for a one time, life membership at a really low price. Test it out today. You have nothing to lose.
Search Your Origins at World Vital Records
According to a recent poll, approximately 60% of the US population is interested in family history research, and with over 80 million Americans actively involved in tracing their family history, Genealogy is the second-largest hobby in the U.S. and growing rapidly!