Greg Harper's BLOOM Genealogy Web Site
This Tripod site is where I deposit my genealogical research on the BLOOM family, based in North Norfolk. At various times, the surname was also spelt Bloome, Blowme, etc. The Blooms in my family tree were centred on Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England where they were, for a long period, quite prosperous. Ursula Bloom, once the world's most prolific authoress, wrote several books based on her family's history, although much of the genealogy is inaccurate: I am trying to check the information she provides and include it in my own data files.
This is one of a network of web sites dedicated to my genealogy research. To go to any of these web sites, use the buttons at the top of the panel to the left of this page. The "hub" of my genealogy web network is on Freewire: this is where you'll find an orientation guide to link you to my other areas of research on other web sites; tools to help you read the files on my web sites; ways to enter information about your areas of interest in the surnames I am tracing (for me and others to see); ways to contact me; some generally useful genealogical tools; etc. Other branches of my family for which I have done extensive genalogical research include the MASSINGHAM family, details of which you'll find on my PlusNet web site. All my other genealogy research is currently on my FortuneCity web site.
Bloom family genealogy
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