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The Glenister study receives information from many channels - contacts from the internet, letters, phone calls, newspapers.
As I piece the information together, I build a better picture of the family - past and present.
This section gives an indication of the information that arrives, and some of the things I do with it.
|News display and selection|
| News is shown monthly, with an entry for each day that something happened on the study. |
You can work through the news month by month, or go directly to the index to select by date, content, or root.
Names of people in the summary link directly to their entry in their family tree. The root entry links to the top of the family tree which is referenced.
|The Glenister Information Newsletters (GINs) published on paper in the 1990s are available here.||.
|2003||12||27||First email from Carolyn Bell Kerley of Oakville, Ontario, Canada, daughter of Anne Gertrude McGlenister Bell (1914-) with a small update on the McGlenister family.||003339|
|20||Another email from Brian Bell of Ontario, Canada, with a scan of the army enlistment papers for his grandfather Harold Stacey Glenister which give his place of birth as born .||003339|
|17||First email from Brian Bell of Ontario, Canada, the son of Anne Gertrude McGlenister (1914-) with the promise of yet more information on the McGlenister family.||003339|
|11||10||A letter from my Mike McGlenister of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with a photo of his grandfather Harold Gazeley McGlenister (1885-1956) who moved from Northchurch, Herttfordshire via New York, USA to Ontario, Canada. Harold was originally a Glenister but changed his name while living in New York and founded the McGlenister branch of the family.||003339|
|10||19||Added the family starting with Kate Glenister of Northchurch, Hertfordshire which I believe was the origin of the McGlenister family, including Mike McGlenister of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.||003339|
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