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Rootschat.com is a great genealogy message forum focusing on the U.K. One needs to register with Rootschat, but it is free: * http://www.rootschat.com I have been given great tips and directions to info on some of my U.K. ancestors by others when I have posted queries on Rootschat. Also, many public libraries in the U.K. have paid subscriptions to the U.K. Ancestry.com databases. The access will be just at the library - maybe just the main library in the area, the one with the main genealogy collection for the city or county. You or your mother can telephone the local public library and ask about library provided access to Ancestry.com. You or your mother will have to plan on going to the library with the Ancestry.co.uk subscription and use a library computer. A caution about some of the information in the Ancestry databases. Often the public member family trees have dubious information. Some careless people using Ancestry to post their family tress may glom onto any old information without verifying that is about their particular ancestor and not just someone with the same name. I ve seen Ancestry public member trees where children are listed with birth dates long after the mother and father died, for example. I have seen others where the location where the person lived is the name of a country that did not exist at the time when the person was living. The most useful information will be the images of the census records with their transcriptions. However, the transcriptions can be "iffy" also. I always look at the transcriptions and what is written in the actual image of the census record. I have seen transcriptions for census records of people in U.S. as having the people having been born in the Soviet Union when the census is for 1900, long before the Russian Revolution and the existence of a country named the Soviet Union. Also, birth, marriage and death indexes on Ancestry for the U.K. will provide good information. I like the information that can be found through the National Archives of the United Kingdom, too. This is the link to the home page for records: * http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records%5Cdefault.htm Plus, when you or your mother telephones to ask about Ancestry.com UK databases at the library, also ask about other electronic databases that are useful in genealogical research. The library will also have excellent "hard copy databases," those "old fashioned things" called books and magazines with good genealogical information compiled long before computers were ever dreamed of. They are wonderful resources of info. I m sure others replying here will give you more good tips. Librarians--Ask Us, We Answer! Find your local United Kingdom Public Library at: http://dspace.dial.pipex.com/town/square/ac940/weblibs.html Use Enquire (U.K. libraries) services at: http://www.peoplesnetwork.gov.uk/ Best wishes