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    Hi Christanel That info is great though. I...

    Hi Christanel
    That info is great though. I didn't have it, but confirms the travellers aspect of the Gardners. :)
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    It is a while since I posed this question. I...

    It is a while since I posed this question. I wonder whether any fresh eyes have any thoughts?
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    You can also access Newspapers on line through...

    You can also access Newspapers on line through Find My Past.
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    I would say there is a very high likelihood that...

    I would say there is a very high likelihood that is the correct marriage.
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    The codes are still valid Malcolm. You can top...

    The codes are still valid Malcolm. You can top up what you have already bought.
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    Hi Karen I don't know how useful these will be...

    Hi Karen
    I don't know how useful these will be for you.
    Suffolk burial records:
    Firstname Surname Residence Date Age Notes Burial Reference
    Henry ...
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    I don't get the option for 3D (M) :(

    I don't get the option for 3D (M) :(
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    http://i746.photobucket.com/albums/xx110/ChiliPepp...

    http://i746.photobucket.com/albums/xx110/ChiliPepper0/Smilies/laughing-on-ground.gif
  9. Thread: Ancestry

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    Goodness me!!

    Goodness me!!
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    I read that as 'To register a Stillbirth'. I...

    I read that as 'To register a Stillbirth'.
    I don't suppose you need all that information to obtain a certificate. You know the parents and an approximate time frame, I would assume that would be...
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    I think Meshack is brother to my Daniel. My...

    I think Meshack is brother to my Daniel. My Daniel was baptised in 1748 in Seddlescombe - parents James (Traveller) and Ann

    Daniel's son, (my line) was Shadrach!!
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    This is Francis in 1881. Woodnesborough, Kent,...

    This is Francis in 1881.

    Woodnesborough, Kent, England
    RG11 Piece/Folio: 994 / 93 Page Number: 22
    Francis Gardener M 69 Licensed Hawker Ashford Kent
    Jemima Gardener F 69 River Kent...
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    Thanks Jan & Janet. Yes, Ann is sister to my 5x...

    Thanks Jan & Janet.
    Yes, Ann is sister to my 5x gt grandfather.
    I found two entries for the baptism of Francis Gardener in Ashford, both on the same day 7/4/1811 - but with different parents -...
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    Right! I have founda lot of Francis's children ...

    Right! I have founda lot of Francis's children born in Tenterden and on the 1881 census it says Francis was born in Ashford Kent.
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    Thanks Jan Yes, my marriage date was a typo. I...

    Thanks Jan
    Yes, my marriage date was a typo. I had that.
    Thanks for the Francis & Jemima information. I wonder where Francis was born? I'm sure they must be related!

    Ooo! I see Francis (I...
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    I know my thoughts on this one - and I wouldn't...

    I know my thoughts on this one - and I wouldn't waste your time Colin.
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    6x gt grandfather was a traveller!

    I have recently discovered that my 5x gt grandfather was a Daniel Gardner baptised in Seddlescombe Sussex in 1748. His father was James and on his Daniel's baptism, James was put as a traveller....
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    Gardener's - Wonersh

    I have found a Shadrach Gardener bapt 22/3/1727 Wonersh, son of James & Mary.
    I believe this Shadrach could be brother to my 6x gt grandfather James Gardner b c1720 place unknown.
    James married Ann...
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    Despite knowing that Vanessa was poorly, this was...

    Despite knowing that Vanessa was poorly, this was still such a shock.
    I will miss her smiling face with cuppa in hand.
    My thoughts go to her family and friends.
    Farewell Vanessa.
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    I assume you have checked the BMD? I think we...

    I assume you have checked the BMD?
    I think we may need surnames to search.
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    Extra! I believe he may be the James who married...

    Extra!
    I believe he may be the James who married Ann and lived in Norwood.

    The James who was son of Stephen & Lucy emigrated to Australia a year after his birth.

    Martha & Stephen were siblings...
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    James Crouch Gardner was the illegitimate son of...

    James Crouch Gardner was the illegitimate son of Martha Gardner. The information is now on the IGI
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    Still thinking of you!

    Still thinking of you!
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    :wink5: Greatnews! Have a lovely weekend & good...

    :wink5: Greatnews! Have a lovely weekend & good luck for Tuesday.
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    Right! I can see now that these records are on...

    Right! I can see now that these records are on the IGI and do look very good!
    I think I had seen them before, but had discounted them due to the distance between Wooler & Berwick, but I have now...
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