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    Can you think of any way I can cross check which...

    Can you think of any way I can cross check which of these Eliz Retallicks is 'mine'? I have nothing concrete other than the marriage cert (which is not all that helpful if the father's name is...
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    Looks like I need a subscription to access those...

    Looks like I need a subscription to access those Peter, so will see what the parish clerk has to say first. Hoping for those photos!
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    A cunning plan. Have emailed just now. Thanks!

    A cunning plan. Have emailed just now. Thanks!
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    Thank you, those are interesting thoughts, I...

    Thank you, those are interesting thoughts, I guess I shouldn't necessarily put so much emphasis on the James as father info. Maybe this is the Eliz with mother Elizabeth in 1851;

    Joseph Bice 46...
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    Had seen this and it is a possibility, though I...

    Had seen this and it is a possibility, though I seem to recall drawing a blank finding a family in 1851 with Catherine and Elizabeth at ages when they should have been at home with father James and...
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    Thank you, I think the middle one is certainly...

    Thank you, I think the middle one is certainly the best prospect. Retallick and Retallack seem interchangeable. I am taking the James as father on her marriage certificate as a reason to exclude...
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    Which Elizabeth Retallick?

    I am trying to pin down 'my' Elizabeth Retallick.
    Concrete info; Marriage cert 1867 Elizabeth Retallick marries Woodman Pascoe, parish of Roche. Both of full age. Her father James Retallick,...
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    Roche Cemetery photographs

    I have ancestors buried down the back of the Roche cemetery; I have a nice photo of the six graves of the Pascoe family, and a close up of one headstone, but would dearly like photographs of the...
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    She was alone in the household, so no help there....

    She was alone in the household, so no help there. Ten years earlier she was a servant in the house of retired east india merchant John Morgan. I will try the rcn archive as suggested, thank you.
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    "Nurse" occupation on census- 1901

    I have a possible 1901 Scottish census image for (possibly) my gggrandmother, noting occupation as 'nurse'. My question is whether that necessarily means nurse in the trained/medical sense. Might...
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    On the trip to Australia would the travellers...

    On the trip to Australia would the travellers have needed passports (or equivalent documentation) and are copies of these obtainable? Google tells me passports were standard for British nationals...
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    Adoption Scotland 1870s-1890s

    My Great grandfather was born in Ireland (just a few days before the now destroyed 1871 census-grrr) but was brought up in Scotland, by his mother's sister and her husband. Name on birth cert is...
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    Thank you Steve, that is the birth which I have a...

    Thank you Steve, that is the birth which I have a copy of the birth certificate of, issued in 1991. I note you give the date for baptism, is this from some other source ? On the birth cert it notes...
  14. Thread: Co Londonderry

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    Cheers! So my question is; concerning my...

    Cheers!
    So my question is; concerning my ancestor Thomas Archibald Johnston, b 28 Mar 1871 in Barmouth, near Articlare, Co Derry. On the map the closest I can find to this is a Barmouth Road just...
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    Co Londonderry

    Sorry if I'm missing something obvious, but I wanted to post a question relevant to Articlave in Londonderry and there doesn't seem to be a Londonderry specific forum? Should I just post it here...
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    That marriage would indeed fit. I don't have...

    That marriage would indeed fit. I don't have burial details for William or Mary. I have birthdate for Mary of 1771. I think this date and the birthdate for William probably came from familysearch...
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    OK confession time. I really have no idea. The 9...

    OK confession time. I really have no idea. The 9 children are born between 1793 and1813 and are sourced from IGI matches for parents William Cood and mother Mary, birthplace Tiverton. Harriet Is...
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    William Cood 1765

    Born Tiverton 1765, married Mary 1791 in Tiverton, 9 children that I have found including my ancestor Harriet b 1809. I don't have a Fmp sub, would someone kindly see if the parish records have any...
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    Don't have a FMP (Find my Past?) sub so that's...

    Don't have a FMP (Find my Past?) sub so that's really useful to extend my list of voyages, thanks!
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    Missing census records 1891

    Concerning the following individuals, my ancestors;
    1) Charles Edward Parkin b Dec q 1851 Hull, Yorkshire. My GGG grandfather. A mariner, variously an able seaman or boson on surviving records. On...
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    I have a birth cert for Rose Mary Hill b 22 Jan...

    I have a birth cert for Rose Mary Hill b 22 Jan 1874 in Marwood (not Ashreigney as above, that was Ellen). She was the illegitimate daughter of Emma Hill. The ref for the 1901 census is Wales...
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    Adoption records - Wales

    I know my g grandmother was adopted between the 1901 and 1911 census' by her uncle, (I know her birth mother also, who seems to have gone off the rails one way or another) and I have the uncle's...
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    Swansea Union Workhouse

    One of my gg grandmothers was Rosa Mary Hill b illegitimately in 1874, in Ashreigney, Devon. She had an illegitimate daughter (my g grandmother) in 1893, Ellen Hill. In the 1901 census Ellen is...
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    Wilkinson, Isabella c 1791, Durham.

    Have just obtained the poorhouse record for my GGG Grandmother above, which confirms for me finally where she was born, i.e. Durham, England. IGI has a birth in 1791 with father William, but I have...
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    Well the brick wall may not be down but I have...

    Well the brick wall may not be down but I have had some simple and very probably correct advice. An elderly scottish lady (not via this forum) has pointed out there is a place called Barmouth VERY...
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