Thank goodness you are on the case Phillip
I did try some searching yesterday but I need a lot more practice just in the basics of Jewish genealogy research so I will start by reading some of your...
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If you came to us from Forces War Records reading this will explain the connection.
All service records from 1921 are still held by the MoD and unfortunately...
I have been reading this thread every day and in the early stages even did a little research before realising that Alma was way ahead of me at every step. Great work Alma. :smile5:
Yesterday went to pot so didn't get a chance to inflict more frustration on myself by searching for him without a service number. Thanks for saving me. :smile5:
Are you wanting copies of the photos on the AD INF BULLETIN BOARD on the site? If so you can right click the mouse whilst covering the photo, click on Save As then choose from the menu of your...
I have been trying to decide whether to give your post re the Jutsums a thread of its own as the last post on this thread was in Sept 2006 but for now I will leave it and see if any...
Thanks for this information Peter. Must admit I had tried the London Gazette and found nothing. Will now give it another go and see if I get it right this time.
One site for ships' lists for immigrants to South Australia but I haven't checked it.
State records passenger lists Here
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If you came to us from Forces War Records this explains the connection.
You will probably have to get your F-in-law's service record to see if it has any mention of...
I have taken a couple of looks at your problem and still nothing definitive on the acronyms or MH Preston.
The MoD's list of acronyms is no help at all ...
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I have given your post a thread of its own and it is still in the Military - Army forum. I gave it the title
'Sgt Wm Connell #2793 in the 17th Foot'...
24-02-2021 8:38 PM
This gets more frustrating by the minute
Western Australian Online Index
Emma Pomeroy to Charles James Fox Registration district Perth
registration number 133 Registration year...
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If you came to us from Forces War Records this will explain our connection.
The MoD hold all service records form 1921 onwards but you can apply for them...
24-02-2021 8:49 AM
So we are now back to England and Scotland
1851 HO107 Piece 1866 Folio 426 Page 14
Exeter St Leonard Devon
Thomas Folliott Baugh 78 Widower retired rear Admiral R.N. Half pay. born Salop Ludlow...
For some context
Canada, Newspapers.com Obituary Index, 1800s-current
N. W. C. Baugh
Death Age:78 Death Date - 12 July 1935
birth Date 1857 Poona, India
Marriage Date: 1885
23-02-2021 7:12 PM
Rockingham, Western Australia, Australia, School Indexes, 1830-1970
Birth Date 1825
Parent or Guardian Daniel Tapper
Other Parent or Guardian Ann Tapper
Pupil or Teacher - ...
Welcome to the Brit-Gen forums Gary.
I see you are finding your way around the site just fine and have already posted about your father's war records. It shouldn't be too long before you get a...
Medal Roll Index card for John N Atherton Lincolnshire regiment shows he received the British and Victory medals only and not the 1914 Star medal or the 1914-15 star so he didn't serve in any...
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I had just found your man's record in the UK, World War I Service Medal and Award Rolls, 1914-1920
John Normangton Atherton
Military Year: 1914-1920...
Mary Jane's parents are named on her baptism 21 Oct 1903 as Richard Roberts and Catherine Hughes which tallies with her birth registration on the GRO index. Maria's birth is August 1903 and her...
I have just taken a look at the original image and it looks more like Accepted to me.
So Maria Jane is with her mother's relatives in 1911?
This is intriguing. The 1911 census was filled in by the householders and I am wondering if the person who filled in the information used their own interpretation of adopted.
I did go to the...
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If, as Lesley suggests, it is from a census and badly written, could it be adopted child?
If a census entry you could give us the reference details...
I suspect we all used wild cards when searching. I used William *rvis living in Liverpool and up they popped. I mention this just in case you haven't searched this way before. It wouldn't have come...
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