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  1. Thank you all, this has solved my problem - I am...

    Thank you all, this has solved my problem - I am most grateful.
    Cheers
  2. Elizabeth Charlotte 'Eliza' GIBSON 1848 -

    Elizabeth Charlotte GIBSON 1848 - b. Dartford Kent (source 1881 and 1891 Census) married George TURNER 1849 - of Westminster, Middlesex (source 1881, 1891 Census). Children were Charles Edward 1878...
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    Thank you for your comments. They have been of...

    Thank you for your comments. They have been of great assistance.
    Cheers
    Robin
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    Thank you Carol Robin

    Thank you Carol
    Robin
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    Yes, I agree Mary Emma is on both the 1871 and 61...

    Yes, I agree Mary Emma is on both the 1871 and 61 Census as advised by Janbooth. Thanks Jan for the detail about Cloth and Lisle Glove Maker. I was no where near that description. Thank you for the...
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    The witnesses are (in Victoria) Chas C Jones and...

    The witnesses are (in Victoria) Chas C Jones and Martha Gantis (sic). Thank you for the idea. I will try to follow them up and see if that leads anywhere. At the time of the wedding, William Henry...
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    Jillian It certainly looks if Frederick Gamiliel...

    Jillian
    It certainly looks if Frederick Gamiliel Thompson the compositor is NOT my Frederick.
    The wedding cert of son WIlliam Henry states father is Frederic and mother Clara Davidson. I guess I...
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    Thank you! I am positively thrilled to bits with...

    Thank you! I am positively thrilled to bits with your replies. Yes the 1891, 1901 and 1911 Census records are all the one family. I looked at maps and think the change of birth place is acceptable as...
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    Thank you - will keep in mind, but - Census...

    Thank you - will keep in mind, but - Census records 1901 and 1911 have her birth in Stoke and 1891Chiselborough (GRO Registration in Yeovil so this could be it). The Census show the family to be ...
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    Thank you, but no, Spicer is correct and they...

    Thank you, but no, Spicer is correct and they were based in this generation in Somerset.
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    Christine - thank you for this information. I am...

    Christine - thank you for this information. I am learning about how to use forums and it appears that ALL information about a person would help. I had no idea people would be so helpful!
    The...
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    Christine, Thank you so much for that idea. Will...

    Christine, Thank you so much for that idea. Will do!
    Rob
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    Frederick Gamiliel Thompson

    That notice in the paperis so interesting - but only widens the search. My Fred would be in his 60s if he fathered the girl - and one would have to assume a 2nd marriage as Clara would be too old....
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    Maria 'Matilda' MISSON

    Maria was born 13 Sep 1850 in Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire. She emigrated with family (George and Mary) and arrived at Melbourne on the Omega 1855 age 4. She married William Henry THOMPSON 13 May 1867...
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    Frederick Gamiliel THOMPSON abt 1820s+

    My great grandfather, William Henry Thompson claims to be born in Sydney about 1845/6 (no evidence, just by subtraction as to how long he had lived in the colony) claimed on his marriage certificate...
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    SPICER /LANGDON 1862 SURREY

    Census information give Henry's birth as Kingston on Thames or Surbiton, 1862. Free BDM have a registration for Newington June 1862. He died Yeovil Somerset 12 Feb 1927 after living his adult life...
  17. MULQUEEN/MASSY in Limerick, County Limerick.

    Looking for any information about JOHN MULQUEEN c.1880 , married DEBORAH MASSY c.1880, both buried Clarina Cemetery. Deborah is descended from the Baronet - but on which line. They had many children...
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