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... of my Exchange friends are going to Ireland for a few days soon, but I decided not to join since I've just been there. Everybody keeps asking what I'm doing for Christmas. My housemates are mostly going home since they're all locals. A few have invited me home with them, which is really sweet. I'm not sure though yet what I'll do. It is still awhile away. Most of my exchange friends won't be going home either, so we may just have an orphans Christmas together.
The past week has been intense. Known as Freshers Week, it is the equivalent of 0 Week in Australia or Frosh Week in North America. It is the week before classes start where welcome fairs and orientations are held. It is also known for its over enthusiastic party scene. Usually I would not be going out as much as I have this week, but I figured that I'm only going to be here once, ...
It has been a busy week. I caught the ferry back across and dragged my luggage onto three separate trains to get to Manchester Airport. I found the University of Hull people as soon as I got there as they were located just outside the train station. I had to sit there for over 4 hours waiting for the next bus to take us into Hull. It wasn't too bad though, I made some friends with the other students. We didn't get to Hull until 10pm at ...
... provided evidence that the Doreen I’d found on the plaque was Arthur’s daughter. I then used her death notices to piece together even more of the family tree.
Staring at microfilm for any length of time is exhausting so I went back to my accommodation for a well-deserved rest and then jumped on the interwebs to see what else I could find.
Ancestry.com didn’t give up any clues for Arthur’s family even with ...
... as they were going on holidays later that week.
Their mirth soon made sense as we drove into the very rural are of Humbleton Parish with it’s tiny roads and villages of maybe 100 people.
We visited the villages of our ancestors including Humbleton parish church where many of my ancestors were baptised and some even buried.
We stopped for lunch at the Hare and Hounds in Burstwick before a final bit of touring on the way back to ...