First the bad news. We have had to disable the email links on the Geoffs Genealogy website, so unfortunately if you send me a message via one of those links it will not reach me. The reason for this is that last Sunday some immensely clever person managed to send me 1800 returned mail messages. I know that once this has happened the volume of such spam is only likely to grow, so had no choice but to disable the address. This, I'm afraid, is the price you pay for using an email address on the web.
When we have time we will, no doubt, set up an alternative means of contact for visitors to the site to use, but that won't happen immediately. I'll keep you posted.
Of course, you can always contact me via this blog.
On the treeing front, not much to report this week. I completed my viewing of the High Wycombe baptisms at my local LDS Family History Center - noting all Wright entries back to 1750. To advance this research I need to look at some more films - marriages particularly. I'll get to that eventually, all being well. For now, I'm giving myself a few weeks off from visiting the LDS Family History Center. My search of this film confirmed, again, that my Guyatts were only at High Wycombe for a short time. I wonder where they were previously?
Most of my time these past few days has been spent working on the next edition of the Shropshire FHS Journal, which will be with the members in September. It's almost finished, and contains some good stuff.
I've also carried on updating my family history records with all the material we've discovered recently. The latest additions are the items I found when we visited The National Archives in May. Entries from the Calendar of Wills proved in the Principal Probate Registry.
Tonight we are off to see the open air production of Much Ado about Nothing at Stafford Castle. The weather doesn't look too great, but fingers crossed! At least the audience are under cover!
Have a good week.