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Hi Hostelry,

Thank you for your edits and contributions on the Wiki FamilySearch Pages of Kent, England.  We invite you to continue to edit and contribute to these pages as well as other pages of interest as you accrue additional information. You are so appreciated!

Darh

YOUR USER PAGE
You are invited to click on the“User Page” tab at the top of this page just under the“FamilySearch” tree. Here you are given the opportunity to tell about yourself, your interests and desires as far as genealogy is concerned. Thank you in advance for taking the time to allow the Wiki readers a chance to get to know you.

Welcome, Hostelry,

We are happy that you have joined the research community of FamilySearch Research Wiki. We want to help you enjoy your involvement in this wiki community.

You are not alone. I am one of several people on the Welcoming Committee for FamilySearch Wiki. Each of us wants to make your time on the Wiki a fulfilling, and worthwhile experience.

As a new contributor, you may feel a little overwhelmed at the scope of the Wiki. If and when you need help please contact me (Darh1) for assistance. If I don’t know the answer, I will find someone who does.

You are NEEDED and WANTED
Review the Wiki Tour to get you started and help

Thanks again and welcome aboard,
Darh1 16:38, 9 January 2012 (UTC)

Herefordshire Census

Thanks for your assistance; the image caption removal is a headache and the inclusion of redundant gazetteer material is not helping the formation of county pages particularly when they relate to medieval history and the present church is 19th century! Had to chuckle at Canterbury being discovered in Ipswich Suffolk. Unfortunately geography is not an evident strength amongst those constructing pages in English counties in this wiki. The use of American spellings is another disadvantage  something I don't think I have "gotten" used to yet! I always thought how you pronounce schedule depended on which kind of shool or school you attended! Whodares 15:10, 15 January 2012 (UTC)

We have the additional complication of Herefordshire and Worcestershire which crops up regularly see Edvin Loach, Worcestershire but thankfully with JH to quote we can but hope for improvement in the FamilySearch handling of counties and civil parishes. Amberley 14:44, 16 January 2012 (UTC) we can only include census microfilm links where it can be identifed in the Family History Library presentation and hope that will improve. The reliance on gazetteer material from 1848 is of little help to civil parishes which appear for one county and not for another, Kent has civil parish listing for Kent Parishes but other counties do not.These need resolution by FamilySearch not individual contributors as they are FamilySearch organisational and management issues. Frustrating for English genealogists!

Indeed, let us hope that the review of the FamilySearch microfilm catalogue promised produces better presentation; to find no census returns for a town in Kent ( Broadstairs) and numerous villages in the county suggests all is not well in that respect! Hostelry 07:46, 17 January 2012 (UTC)


Dear Hostelry,  

I'm sorry,  I have been very slow in answering this letter because of illness.  I want you to know that  we are aware of these problems and are confident  that they will be resolved.   Thank you so much for your attention to and notification to us. We appreciate so much your help.      

Darh1

Peckham St. Mary

You've indicated that there is a copyright problem on this page Peckham St. Mary. A note was added to that page asking where the copyrighted information is, in the article.  Can you please let us know where the problem exists, so that information can be corrected or deleted?  We really appreciate your help.  We do want to avoid copyright problems.Lynda 23:06, 1 March 2012 (UTC)

Same with Roehampton, Surrey and Putney SurreyLynda 23:10, 1 March 2012 (UTC)