I was impressed by the help offered to the Aussie arrser who was looking for his rellies on here, and hope someone can help me with my quest! My grandfather, Frank Long, was born in Midhurst, Sussex in the 4th quarter of 1900. Like many lads of his age, he joined up, I think Sussex Regt and I think in 1916. He stayed in the Army after hostilities ended, and married my grandmother, Amy, the daughter of a Sgt Albert W Higgins of the Royal Irish Rifles (possibly!), in the fourth quarter of 1932. One of their sons, George, born first quarter of 1900, was posted missing believed killed at Dunkirk, but had in fact survived. He died in the 1970s. I know the Higgins family moved to Eastney, Portsmouth in 1912 on return from service in India, which complicates the issue in that some of the children may have been born abroad. I'm using 'findmypast.co.uk' but all it seems to show is index entries, so I can't see the marriage certificate to confirm Sgt Higgins' details, which would lead me to his children, and detailed birth records for Uncle George. It points you at certificates to buy at £9.25 each, but I want to be sure it's the right ones! The site seems to be great at telling you what you already know, but hopeless for linking people born before 1911. My main interest is the service records of the three gentlemen, but I'm also interested to know details for Albert's daughers Iris, Doris and Amy, all of whom went into service. Doris ended up as cook at Wilton House, Amy had five children, one of whom died of sandfly fever in Malta, and Iris never married; being the youngest she returned home from service to look after her father and brother. Albert may have been widowed and married again. His first wife may have been Mary Jane Kitt born 1871 Aveton Gifford, Devon, but I'd like to confirm that! Can anyone help me to find information which is more useful than the indexes, or point me at a site which has more information?