All posts by George Dexter

I have always had an interest of who was related to who etc. When I got my first computer back in 2007 my interest rapidly grew in family genealogy. Much of the leg work had been done by other members of the Dexter family but on checking that information I found couple of mistakes that only heightened my interest. I have a lateral thinking mind and it was this that helped to smash through the brick wall that the family had found built around George and Mary

New material to be added soon

Hi everyone

I will be adding a history of Staines that I have been working on along with profiles of the members in the direct lineage from Thomas Dexter of 1670 to myself of 1954. This has formed part of a massive undertaking by myself to write as comprehensive a family history as possible from my perspective. This work is nearing completion and will be added to this site in the near future

George Dexter (1954 version)

Welcome

We welcome you to this the new site for the genealogy for the Dexter and its associated families. ¬†As you will find out this is very different from our old ‘MyFamily’ site and it is with gratitude that we must thank Connie Dexter Spicer for her hard work and endeavours in getting this site up and working to the extent that she has.

Many of the threads need to be checked out that they have transferred ok and the attribution for all items including photographs will be incorrect. We feel that it is important that where possible that these are dealt with correctly and the correct attribution can be made. Many people have spent a vast amount of time in research and it is important their work be recognised.

When making a posting now it will not appear automatically as in the past but will go to the Admin team of Connie Dexter Spicer, Bill Guest and myself for approval. This will help keep unwanted spam etc out of the postings.

Well that’s all for now, play around with what’s available on the site and please use the ‘Help Me’ tutorial at the bottom of the page to help you to get around.

We look forward to seeing you all with your contributions in the near future.