Have always been interested in geneology, yet it wasn't until I discovered how much was available via the 'net, that I 'really got into it'.
Discovering two of my dads brothers I never knew of had died in WW1, I found 176 with the name GRAINGER listed, and 72 GRANGERs.
So years ago I decided to list them all, with their family trees, through Ancestry.com. During this ongoing work-in-progress help has come from many people, places, groups and websites such as this. Thank you.
Perhaps this will help someone else 'discover' a lost relative, and they will continue to be remembered.