GOOGLE, (see http://www.google.com
) has a SEARCH option which is not commonly known.
Here is how it works... Lets say I was searching for the surname
So, I type in the following in the Google Search window slot (not
the Internet Explorer address slot):-
It is vital that a space is left after the last letter
I am then presented with 22 Google pages of links A click on the link, in blue and underlined, for
any entry will take you straight to the webpage on this website.
If your search results in the 220 plus links above try
adding an extra word. i.e. a christain name, but this time add speech
"John Johnson" site:http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk
This results in just 39 links to webpages.
The same can apply to a placename or occupation etc, such as WROTHAM thus:-
This results in
just 399 links to webpages.
One point to remember is that when a new webpage is added to the
website, it may take up to four weeks for Google to find and index it.
If you have found
these suggestions useful, or have any further
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