When they happen, please tell me. They'll be recorded here.
Pat Pat Boothby neé Wardell email@example.com wrote on Mon, 7 Feb 2000:
I only decided to start researching my family tree in January and it is addictive. Have you got any Dates for Francis? all I have is that he was married at Reighton on February 14th 1715 (romantic lot!!) to Mary Vickerman b.1695. I think her parents were Thomas Vickerman and Elizabeth Thompson.
Ted Baird firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on Tue, 30 Mar 1999:
I came across your pages and was thrilled to find a direct link to your research. I live near Daleville Pennsylvania USA. Daleville was first settled by Edward Wardell around 1819. He came across the ocean with David Dale---Davids son was the first postmaster-hence the towns name. Edward was my Great Great Great Great Grandfather. He was married to Elizabeth Major and came here as a 61 year old man with his two younger children ---several older children remained in England. Edwards father was Thomas Wardell and his mother was Mary Hopper. Thomas was the son of Frances Wardell and Mary Vickerman. I would gladly add to your pages if you tell me what you would want and I would also appreciate any family details not contained in your pages (I've bookmarked the page and look forward to adding the info to my own FTM program.
Sincerely Ted Baird----a distant cousin by birth and miles
Don Holzworth email@example.com wrote on Tue, 2 Feb 1999:
I've already gotten email from another Wardell who came from the New Jersey line. She had some information I didn't have about some spouses and much information from where our lines diverged 150 years (or so) ago. She sent me a text file with her information.
The Armorial Bearings of Wardell of Yorkshire as described in Burke's General Armory:
AR. A. CHEV. BETW. THREE BOARS' HEADS COUPED SA. ON A CHIEF VERT AS MANY BEZANTS
This site is for all Wardells -- not just the Wardells of Yorkshire.
If I find interesting information or if you contact me via email or post information to our query board I will, on a time available basis, include it in this website.
"I'd rather be looking for dead people than have them looking for me!"