I'm working on our family tree and trying to figure out how deep to go.
I've got a cousin who is a female and married. She is entered into the tree as married, and I included their children as I felt that they would still count. However, if those children have children, I'm then branching off into a new family tree, right? Is it customary to include those people in the tree, or not?
i have just started researching my family tree and im looking for family members on my dads side, i dont have much to go on but wondered if u would b so kind as to helpin me find my dads mum and dad ,my nan and grandad. my grandad was named ALFRED LODGE , my nan was called CARMEN VELLA both were born in MALTA ,
unfortunately i do not have anything else to go by .
really would like some help as ive hit a brick wall
I live in Australia and have been successfully tracing my English ancestry long-distance for a number of years.I have written an article condensing what I have learned during this time, as a help to beginners in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the former British colonies in Africa (or anywhere else in the world) who want to start tracing their English ancestors but are daunted by the distance.Here is the article if you would like to read it:
I am attempting to find members of family releted to my mother Ica Reti. She was born in 1913 in Miskolc and passed away in Australia in 2000. Her father was Ignatz, her mother Mathilde. She has one brother, Erno who is alive and 4 other brothers who have passed away.
I have more information but this will do for a start. We know there are members of the family in Hungary, The US, Canada, Holland and of course Australia.