Quick tip - to find yourself quickly search on +your firstname +your
mother's maiden name and select the button for "All words". As an
example, to find me search on +Andrew +Payne This is
probably the quickest way to avoid wading through lots of irrelevant - but interesting -
Read how to interpret the charts first.
Most of the search results will refer to a descendancy chart - you need to
understand the structure, format, and meaning of references and dates in the descendancy
charts in order to make sense of them.
Search on maiden names of the spouses of Glenisters. These are more
distinctive than given names - almost every page contains Joseph, William, George, James,
Mary, Elizabeth, Ann and Sarah Glenister.
Read the guidelines for searching - this will tell you how
to find "Andrew Glenister" rather than all pages with "Andrew" and all
pages with "Glenister".