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DUBBER. My Unusual Surname
« on: Wednesday 11 August 04 16:38 BST (UK) »
I am one of the unfortunates who suffer an unusual Surname Dubber.Its been awful tracing my family,but i have had a lot of sucess,and freebmd,and mainly free sites have given so much help in one way or other.I wont pay for the sites like ancestry,as they are too expensive,and i gave them a ton of info,that i have to pay for to see!!!.lolol. blooming cheek.

My search,has lead me to some really unexpected place,and i have found 2 brothers i had never met,although they are a lot older than me,as my dad was old when i was bornHarry is 68,John is 65,and im 45,i feel very wierd cos its like my dads generation.lol.
Also i found a few cousins in the states and we are swapping stuff,all the time,and my Dubber website found these wonderful people for me.   http://www.communigate.co.uk/hants/dubbersurname/index.phtml

I have a vast amount to add to site,when i get time,and im getting lots of certificates at moment,they are 7.00,each,i bet they make a fortune bless them,you pay to have a birth cert when your born,marriage and deaths too,then you pay again to see them.lol.i wish i had that kind of business sense!.
My family are basically from Hampshire u.k,but have spread worldwide,i have found them all over.So yell if you need any info.Love Guinevere.xxxxxx :o
DUBBER,in  U.K,all counties,especially Hampshire,but  worldwide interests in all Dubber surnames.
CRITCHLOW,especially from Staffordshire.
SWORN,from Staffordshire areas,and surrounding.
COLLINS.From Hampshire,especially portsmouth and surrounding areas


http://www.communigate.co.uk/hants/dubbersurname/index.phtml

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Re: DUBBER. My Unusual Surname
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 23 September 04 21:01 BST (UK) »
Hello Guinevere,

I bet all us researching Jones, Browns, Cross etc are going so very green  :D We would love to suffer an unusual name.

It sounds like your research is progressing in leaps and bounds !

Be sure to come back and update us with your research when have all your certificates back  ;)

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