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Thank you Peter. My notes are taken from a Canadian record, my apologies for not making this clear.
Thank you so much for this lead.
I've no idea if we are related, and apart from the birth of a son, I can find precious little about the man or his family.
Greetings! It's been awhile. My research into the my family surname is progressing and I'm now researching my Canadian ancestors and relatives. I've come across an Alexander Rankin Globe who served...
Thank you Pam. I started the search on Ancestry Ca. and it was an all too easy transition to slide into Ancestry Uk from there.
I will make the effort to better aqauint myself with Free BMD.
Thank you Pam. Yes it's West Ham (Essex) registration district (volume 4a).
I made a right mess of that didn't I .....
I'm not as familiar with Free BMD as I could be and tend to faff about a...
Thank you malcom99 - I'm a little out of my depth here so input and guidance is gratefully received. I've been able to follow the steps suggested in the earlier posts, have found Arthur Plumb in the...
Thank you all for these very useful responses. I'm about to begin picking my way carefully through them. At first glance, it would appear my query was a little more complex than I'd imagined, and I'm...
Greetings to all. It's been awhile since I last posted.
I'm searching for a baptismal entry for an Arthur Beales (my sister in law's family name). The 1881 and 1901 census states he was born in...
My brother lives in Burlington, Ontario and an ancestor also originated from Gloucestershire and the Forest of Dean area. Small world.
The forum is a wonderful place for help...
01-05-2011 12:07 PM
May I suggest getting hold of a copy of "Black Diamonds - The Rise and Fall of and English Dynasty" by Catherine Bailey. It gives a good history of Wentworth and the Fitzwilliam family - including...
25-04-2011 11:13 PM
This has taken time, tenacity and a lot of "out of the box" thinking. I'm very impressed. Good luck with your further research.
Thanks so much terrysfamily. I've mailed a copy to Canada and together we'll give it a going through. I think I can already see some matches. I've been asked "where do you get all this information...
24-04-2011 4:23 PM
..... and I think this could be an entry for his death.
Name: Charles Thomas Hattey
Death Date: 4 Oct 1927
Death Location: York
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1892...
24-04-2011 4:08 PM
Not sure if this is of much help olliecat but I have a Charles Thomas Hattey (Canada, Soldiers of the First World War, 1914-1918) who might have been a son.
Name: Charles Thomas Hattey
24-04-2011 1:00 PM
I have the following from the LDS website. One of the children?
Event Date: 19 Jul 1910
Event Place: Toronto, York, Ontario
Thanks for the tip Michael. I'm using Family Historian 4 and have been wondering abut alternatives.
I'd be very grateful terrysfamily, I haven't got that far yet. Still entering all their birth's and marriages :detective:
Waitabit - presently it's warmer north of the Alps than south although...
Thank you Waitabit - I confess our glorious spring weather beckoned so I did a runner and have only just returned.:whistling: Will now follow these leads. Thanks so much.
Thank you terrysfamily,...
Welcome to the forum Gareth. I'm relatively new myself. Here I feel at ease and people are genuinely interested and very helpful. You are no more insane than the rest of us who have become hooked on...
The lady whose grandson I'm helping will soon be 90 so I'm proceeding gently. They were astonished to learn that Bradley was in fact Broadley which affirms that while family bibles can be goldmines...
Thank you for these leads Waitabit which I'll follow up on. There is an entry that says Isabella died in 1899 in Canada, but this is unconfirmed and there is no mention of where. The family settled...
You are quite Richard and thank you for bringing this to my attention. I went at this in something of a roundabout way following Waitabit's leads. In the 1901 census Mary Elizabeth Cole has her...
Brilliant Waitabit and thanks so much |hug|. I'm sure this is the correct as I know Mary married Jeroux Cole. Notes from a family bible (not my family - I'm the one who has Thomas the foundling with...
A very happy Easter to all.
We began with Bradley without much success and are now on Broadley which seems more likely.
Mary Elizabeth Broadley born August 5 1857 in "Yorkshire" (somehow the...
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