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Welcome to mortfamily.net!

Welcome to mortfamily.net - a free online resource for researchers of the Mort family name from Lancashire and surrounding areas of England, Scotland and Wales. We would also like to welcome our distant cousins from all over the world, since like many other families - the Morts did not stay put in one place. Do take time to become familiar with the site and if you can spot any areas for improvement or have any comments to make - contact us (Sheila Mughal or Martin Watson) via the discussion boards.

Please free feel to look around the site, read the many interesting family stories and use some of the site functionality to help you progress with your own family research. As a guest you are welcome to browse all areas of the site, but why not register as a member? Becoming a member costs nothing other than a few minutes of your time and allows you to access other dynamic areas of the site for free.

Members Only Area:

Genealogy Area: Searchable database of the Mort family and associated families going back over 400 years. Uses sophisticated Online genealogy software . Do advanced searches. Work out complex family relationships. Plot your family tree, - search other peoples family histories. If you have a tree of your own that you would like to see on the site we can set up a tree for you, import your GEDCOM, and you will be given rights to edit that tree.

Discussion boards - this is the place to ask questions or just make conversation with other users. If you wish, you can give your postings a more friendly look by adding your own photograph to your profile.

Non Members Area:

News items - material submitted by our visitors and includes Mort family articles plus real life stories of our ancestors. If you have any recollections of your ancestors or any relevant materials, then please submit them to us so that we can place them on the site.

Hints and Tips - General snippets of information to help and inspire you.

Links to other sites which may be of general interest or specific to the Mort family.

Please support us in our efforts by contributing material to the site - no matter how insignificant it may seem to you, it could prove valuable to another researcher. The site will not grow without your help and input.

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