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requests to exchange links. I will exchange links with all family
history/genealogy sites as these will add interest to my visitors.
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target="_blank" href="http://ackroydancestry.co.uk/">Bringing Ackroyds
together.</a><br>Ackroyd name research site designed to further our
research, especially trying to establish a connection with Ackroyds in South
Yorkshire to those in West Yorkshire.</p>
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Mirfield in Pictures
A pictorial guide to the small town of Mirfield in West Yorkshire. Includes a good deal of local history, a few personal memories and, of course, lots of pictures.
daughters site - Lots of family photos
to 'Jimmy's Farm' We highly recommend a trip to
Jimmy's Farm (Photo of Jimmy included)
Own Family History Shop - Genealogy Books, Software and more
Kent Ackroyds Site -
Another Branch of our Ackroyd Family
Lindley Ancestry - This is yet another Branch of our Ackroyd Family
Frank Slide "The Day the Mountain Fell" : http://www3.sympatico.ca/goweezer/canada/frank.htm
Ackroyd own site link http://geocities.com/johal52/sur.htm
For All - Learn how to research your own family
Paula Ackroyd own
site link http://www.geocities.com/pla725/
All Genealogy Sites Directory
IGI on the Internet: http://www.familysearch.org
The Newspaper Library
Sheffield Family History
1901 Census Online:
Rotherham Family History
Barnsley Family History
Cyndi's List of Genealogy
Sites on the Internet: http://www.cyndislist.com/
The Genuki Yorkshire page:
Doncaster Archives: http://www.doncaster.gov.uk/education/document.asp?WSDOCID=413
Doncaster Family History
History Society http://www.cfhsweb.co.uk
Cant info' on building craftsmen, who were active in the Halifax area in
the late C16 and C17 Read Here
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