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    Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness

    Hi all,

    A bit off topic I know but I thought I would spread the word.

    Some years ago I was a member of a web-based group with the above title. The leader of the group died and so did the...
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    Sticky: Wish I had that luxury!!!!!!

    Wish I had that luxury!!!!!!
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    Sticky: Thanks Kevin, As far as I can tell you can't...

    Thanks Kevin,

    As far as I can tell you can't see the digital images on the Museum Web site can you?
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    Sticky: Quite a number of IoM registers are now available...

    Quite a number of IoM registers are now available indexed and with images on Familysearch.org as well. They are from the Manx National Heritage Library but include images which is very useful when...
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    What I think I have so far is: Sep 1841 -...

    What I think I have so far is:

    Sep 1841 - Newport, Mons - Frances LAKE
    Jun 1851 - Clifton - Mary WAUGH
    Jun 1859 - Clifton
    Mar 1861 - Clifton - Charlotte BUSTON
    Dec 1867 - Clifton - Emma WOTTON...
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    Thanks for the replies - all very helpful. There...

    Thanks for the replies - all very helpful. There is a Mary Florida burial Familysearch in St George, Bristol on 3 Jan 1857 which says she was aged 38 so this is probably Richard's wife who I think...
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    Marriages in Clifton, Bristol

    Hi,

    I am researching a Richard FLORIDA born circa 1820 in Newport, Mons. He was a gardener and from census records seems to have married several times and lived in Bristol.

    The GRO indexes...
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    Elma, Thanks for the additional info. My...

    Elma,

    Thanks for the additional info. My records show there were six kids one of whom was my great grandmother. Just taken a look at Cancell Road (on google maps) the houses look like they may...
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    Thanks very much ET - confirms my thoughts that...

    Thanks very much ET - confirms my thoughts that Elizabeth is my 2xggrandmother

    Ivor
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    Elizabeth EVEREST - 1911

    Hi,

    My 2 x great grandmother was Elizabeth EVEREST born in 1822 in Westham Sussex. Looking at the 1911 census search page I can find an entry as follows:

    Household EVEREST, Elizabeth 1823 88 ...
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    Hi Jason and Helachau, My Oxenham is Mary...

    Hi Jason and Helachau,

    My Oxenham is Mary OXENHAM born circa 1758 who married James CRUDGE (born circa 1757) in Bampton on 13 August 1779. They had a series of CRUDGE kids including my 3 x great...
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    Cathie, Yes I have scanned images of all the...

    Cathie,

    Yes I have scanned images of all the pages of the book and a full transcription. I will sort out the relavant bits and send them to you driect - hopefully in the next 24hrs.

    All the...
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    Dormers in Radnage

    Hi Cathie,

    Are you still looking for Dormers in Radnage? I have the accounts book kept by the Radnage rector between 1767 and 1775 detailing household expenses. In it some payments to "Dormer" are...
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    I have now found the answer to this conundrum so...

    I have now found the answer to this conundrum so please don't waste any time on it,

    Thanks

    Ivor
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    Calverton Records anyone ?

    Hi,

    I am trying to clarify a couple of entries on the IGI. It is concerning the marriage of Samuel WEBBERLEY. There are two entries for his marriage both in Calverton, Nottingham and both are to a...
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    Zane, I think you will find he was born on 5th...

    Zane,

    I think you will find he was born on 5th March 1864. My index often does not give details of the mother when the child was illegitimate and that is why I did not find him before as no...
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    Zane, The more I look the more I can see...

    Zane,

    The more I look the more I can see Griffiths - it is amazing what transcribers sometimes make of handwriting. Being a transcriber myself I know how difficult it is and I am sure I have made...
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    Zane, Your copy of the census page was not...

    Zane,

    Your copy of the census page was not very easy to read so I took a look on Ancestry. I think the middle name could Griffiths - what do you think?

    Ivor
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    Zane, I have looked in my Herefordshire...

    Zane,

    I have looked in my Herefordshire indices for the birth and death of a Henry Chance and Henry Griffiths of the right sort of dates but can find nothing helpful. Even though he was...
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    Sue, Glad you like the web site - it is great...

    Sue,

    Glad you like the web site - it is great isn't it,

    Good luck with finding Jane's Dad......not an easy one:confused:

    Ivor
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    Zane, My index does not list any other births...

    Zane,

    My index does not list any other births of kids or deaths that look likely - it covers Herefordshire only so maybe born elsewhere or not registered.

    It seems likely that there would...
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    Zane Thomas Chance and Frances Griffiths...

    Zane

    Thomas Chance and Frances Griffiths married at St Martins Hereford on 15/6/1865.

    They also had

    Alice dob 18/2/1872
    Mary dob 14/9/1873
    William dob 23/01/1876
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    Sue, The present day spelling is Much Cowarne...

    Sue,

    The present day spelling is Much Cowarne but I am sure (like most places) the spelling has changed over the centuries. If you go to...
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    Zane, You probably know this already but the...

    Zane,

    You probably know this already but the mother listed for Emily CHANCE born 27th Jan 1878 is Frances GRIFFITHS and it was registered in the Brilley Sub- Registration district of Kington...
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    Sue, The index of birth registrations that I...

    Sue,

    The index of birth registrations that I have has transcribed the place as WINNSGREEN. MUCH COWARNE. (rather than your Wirresgreen). I have just looked at the Ordinance Survey Map for the area...
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