Mike's Home Page
This page forms a jumping-off point to other pages and other sites which are related to my various interests. I hope that you find them useful. If you have any comments, please e-mail Mike Walton on firstname.lastname@example.org (Paste the e-mail address into your e-mail program and remove the 0001).
Fungi | Lichens | Microscopy | Mosses & Liverworts
North Western Naturalists' Union | Family History
Middlewich (Cheshire) Heritage Society | Middlewich U3A
(In addition to those run by the appropriate societies, details of which can be found on their web sites, The Field Studies Council holds courses in the UK and Northern Ireland on fungi, lichens, mosses and liverworts and, indeed, on most 'natural history-related' subjects as part of its mission 'to promote a better understanding of our environment and the way in which we use it.')
- Family History:
- Enderby in 1881 An analysis of the 1881 Census for Enderby, Leicestershire, which shows the composition of the population, their occupations and origins and the changes that were taking place in the village at that time.
- The Jayes and Gee Families of Enderby and Belgrave, Leicester The Family Tree of one of the Jayes families who are recorded on the 1851 Census for Enderby seems to show that Joseph and James Jayes, who were living in the village in 1851, and who both gave their place of birth as Belgrave were, in fact, the brothers who were baptised in Belgrave under the surname Gee.
- Enderby Heritage Group For articles and information about the history of the town of Enderby in Leicestershire
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