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    oh dear, sorry. I jumped to the wrong conclusion...

    oh dear, sorry. I jumped to the wrong conclusion when you said Michael Cleary was his brother-in-law !!

    perhaps a moderator could delete my posts since they might confuse (please)
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    this is an old thread about the 17th Regiment in...

    this is an old thread about the 17th Regiment in Canada which may - or may not - be of interest

    https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/12985-17th-Regiment-of-Foot
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    Findmypast (FMP) has an 1853 Catholic Parish...

    Findmypast (FMP) has an 1853 Catholic Parish baptism for a John Connell born to parents Connell and Cleary at Cashel & Emly, Tipperary

    but I don't have a subscription to check it properly
    ...
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    Ellen Connell born 12 May 1864 Newtown, County...

    Ellen Connell
    born 12 May 1864
    Newtown, County Westmeath, Ireland
    father: William Connell
    mother: Eliza Cleary Connell

    Ireland Civil Registration on FamilySearch

    another record on...
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    I guess this already known Catholic Parish...

    I guess this already known

    Catholic Parish Registers (on Ancestry)

    Name: Gulielmus Connell [William Connell]
    Gender: Male
    Event Type: Marriage
    Marriage Date: 23 Feb 1852...
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    can't find any Marias born Malta in 1812 but...

    can't find any Marias born Malta in 1812 but there are half a dozen or so apparently born there between 1809 and 1820 (FMP)
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    I expect we have all noticed that Susannah...

    I expect we have all noticed that Susannah Gilbert is a witness at James's marriage to Eliza Haynes

    is Susannah the wife of John Gilbert junior?
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    there are several entries for "W H Holden" in two...

    there are several entries for "W H Holden" in two datasets on Findmypast (FMP)

    "World War 2 Allies Collection" and "British Army Casualties List 1939-45"

    but I'm not guaranteeing these have any...
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    there are now two threads on this family ...

    there are now two threads on this family

    https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/95272-How-do-you-find-siblings-(if-they-exist)?highlight=
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    thanks Pam for being far more thorough, helpful...

    thanks Pam for being far more thorough, helpful and detailed than me. I was considering listing all those children born 1916-25 then decided some may still be alive (albeit very old).
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    if I understand you, the name Rudall would have...

    if I understand you, the name Rudall would have been added after the 1942 marriage, not at the time of the 1939 register

    as I understand it the 1939 register was used as the basis of early NHS...
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    if I make the assumptions that Florence Holmes...

    if I make the assumptions that Florence Holmes was 21 in 1915 and born in Lincolnshire there is a birth registered in Glanford Brigg, Lincolnshire, 4th quarter 1894. Florence Holmes, no mother's...
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    so if I've got this straight you think there are...

    so if I've got this straight you think there are other children born to Vessey Robinson Grundy and Florence Holmes sometime between 1916 and 1928 ?

    using the Free BMD website you can find births...
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    an Emily MATILDA Mary ROBSON was born 1858 at...

    an Emily MATILDA Mary ROBSON was born 1858 at Kelso. but I guess thats all too distant - unless she deliberately changed her name?
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    not quite sure which registration district would...

    not quite sure which registration district would cover Belvedere

    a Thomas Newman was born 3rd quarter 1877 - Gravesend - mother's maiden name SHARPER

    a George Newman was born 4th quarter 1878 -...
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    your man born 1894 ? fullscott's man born 1878 ?

    your man born 1894 ? fullscott's man born 1878 ?
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    Arthur Basil Morcom's parents William Genn...

    Arthur Basil Morcom's parents

    William Genn Morcom and Maria HARNEIS (or HARCIS ?) who married 1872, St George, Hanover Squ.

    Arthur Basil married Emma Gertrude Owen, Hackney, 1903. Divorced...
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    I've never been sure with these "strays" whether...

    I've never been sure with these "strays" whether we're being invited to investigate them, or if they are being left to be discovered in the future by living descendants

    anyway

    in the GRO birth...
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    this may already be known - Find My Past (FMP)...

    this may already be known - Find My Past (FMP) has a dataset Royal Household Staff 1526-1924 with 386,000 entries (a lot of duplicated names).

    a man in my extended family tree was on the...
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    indeed, nor me. Elizabeth Ann Byles also with no...

    indeed, nor me. Elizabeth Ann Byles also with no mother's maiden name. So her mother might I suppose be the Elizabeth Byles born Leicester 1843, parents William & Mary.
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    a tree on @ncestry has plumped for the Elizabeth...

    a tree on @ncestry has plumped for the Elizabeth Ann Byles born Leicester,1869
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    apologies, I didn't read the opening post...

    apologies, I didn't read the opening post properly.
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    for you to know that Samuel John Williams's wife...

    for you to know that Samuel John Williams's wife was named Jane Baker, without a marriage record, I assume they had children with mother's maiden name Baker? Where and when was the first child born?...
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    FamilySearch seems to suggest ordering...

    FamilySearch seems to suggest ordering certificates from County level as opposed to State. Which in your case would I think be Multnomah County.

    That has taken me to this page...
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    thanks from me too

    thanks from me too
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