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Morton in Lockdown

Discussion in 'Comments on the latest newsletter' started by peter, Jun 28, 2020.

  1. peter

    peter Administrator Staff Member

    What do you think of Nathan Dylan Goodwin's interactive story - would you like to see more genealogical mysteries like this?
  2. Margery

    Margery LostCousins Member

    Enjoyed the interactive aspect. It was a simple story but the bonus was having the links to the various research sites which would be of help to many, I'm sure.
  3. Helen7

    Helen7 LostCousins Superstar

    Very enjoyable story, though it seems the 'interactive' part only governs the order in which the information is revealed. I agree with Margery that the links to the research sites are very interesting and helpful. I got a bit sidetracked into looking for more records of my grandfather who was injured in WW1, though I didn't find anything I didn't already have.
  4. Margery

    Margery LostCousins Member

    So did I, Helen, though it was my father who was injured in WW1. I didn't find anything new either and I really think that I have now exhausted all avenues.
  5. jorghes

    jorghes LostCousins Superstar

    It was definitely enjoyable... but I only got to Part 5!
  6. sarah333

    sarah333 Member

    I enjoyed it, and it was nice that it included something different, ie the choice of how to continue the story yourself.

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