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16-10-2004, 12:57 PM
I wonder if there is any kind soul going to the Hunts Record Office who could help me please?
I am hoping there might be burial entries in the parish registers for All Saints Church Connington for;
Sarah Fairey buried 4th November 1841 aged 14
William Fairey buried 14th January 1869
Ann Fairey buried 8th April 1870
I have no idea what information a burial entry might contain but would be very grateful if someone could obtain a copy for me.
Thanks ever so much
Marlene in New Zealand
31-12-2004, 5:53 PM
Its karen (From Sawtry Ancestors remember me!) well I am hoping to get to Huntingdon in the next couple of weeks - as I am currently as they say inbetween jobs, so I don't mind having a look for you.
04-01-2005, 2:42 AM
Kia Ora my dear!
Of course I remember you how are you? I am plugging on with these darned elusive Faireys! And all their variations!
If you are going to the Records Office I would greatly appreciate the lookups for the above. AND would you mind asking the staff how a Kiwi would pay for the certs? Other record offices have email and you can pay by VISA but I would have to resort to snail mail and cash (if I can persuade the bank to part with English pounds) and I am wanting the birth cert of a William Fairy whom I believe was born in Woodwalton/Upwood in 1848 to William Fairy and Sarah Scotney. It's a real hassle as most of mine haven't yet appeared on the Free BMD to get reference numbers!
We call your current situation "garden leave" - quite nice I think!
I lost heaps of addresses through a computer crash so it is lovely to touch base again!
15-03-2005, 9:46 AM
Just to let you know I have been able to contact the zreegister Office and now have the death certs for William & Ann.
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