FindMyPast Marriage(transcript only)
Place - Holy Trinity, Old Brompton, Kent
Date - 28 Oct 1852
Sarah Erill, full age, spinster, father Henry, occpn. carrier
John Seales, full age,...
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The closest service no. I've spotted is 51,469 which was allocated to a George William Bromby, 2nd Battalion, Lincolnshire Regt. who attested 18 March 1917 at Hull (transferred to Labour Corps 11 Sep...
Owen's YoB from the 1911 Census is 1852; from the 1881 Census it's 1853; from the 1875 marriage I posted it's 18 (but no guarantee this marriage is the Owen in '81 and '11). Like you, I'm struggling...
1901 Census RG13 5297 60 23
Address 26 Baptist Street
David Roberts, Head, Marr, 43, General Labourer, born Holyhead
Elizabeth Roberts, Wife, Marr, 45, born Holyhead
Children William 25,...
Additional details are -
Bachelor, labourer, abode - 26 Baptist Street, father's occpn - labourer
Spinster, abode - 22 Rock Street, father's occpn - stone mason
Witnesses Owen Williams, Mary Parry...
Marriage, Parish Church of Llanfair-yn-neubwll
9th August 1875
Owen Hughes, 18, Bachelor, Labourer, abode -Caergeiliog, Father Daniel Hughes - Labourer
Elizabeth Williams, 24, Spinster, abode -...
Owen and Elizabeth Hughes in 1881? Address in 1911 still Arthur Street. The 1911 Census has them married 34yrs, no children born alive.
1881 RG11 5595 25 50 Address Arthur St, born Holyhead...
Have a look at Paul Nixon's blog on the Long Long Trail about Army Service Nos. He lists a range of Service Nos and the date of attestation of that No, Regt by Regt. From this, with a known service...
Just to confirm - Maria Jane is in Wynn Terrace in 1911 while parents and siblings are at Arthur Street?
But not Griffiths on the 1911 Census?
It can be found under "accepted child" on FMP - as transcribed. But it's not clear the original is "accepted"?.
Checked 1901 census - Patrick's age is 41 ie. born c.1860 This predates Irish birth registration which began 1864.
A very warm welcome to Brit-gen.
I've been checking the site WW2Talk where queries about the King's Regs are frequently asked. Some members have a copy of the 1940 Regs - requires registration.
21-02-2021 11:21 AM
Was the source of your passenger list the "Settler's Gazette"? The records of the 15 ships that sailed 1829 are on line - but cannot find 1830? (The Rockingham sailed 7 Jan 1830)
21-02-2021 11:03 AM
The Rockingham was chartered by "The Association formed for locating SETTLERS at SWAN RIVER, Western Australia". Their advert appeared in the Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser, 2 Dec 1829. Would be...
Patrick appears to have first married Maggie Clarke 1893.
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Are you familiar with Irish genealogy - https://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en
Can spot a marriage of Patrick Newport/Anne Cousins - but the year of marriage is 1900....
It has been transcribed as Lawson by Anc.
Isn't it Lawson? Hasn't it been transcribed as such? I'm very unfamiliar with Anc.
20-02-2021 3:17 PM
Agreed - hence my declaring my hand. But had to dash off without going the full mile. Can rule out Flora Gertrude - found her as Hewson in 1901.
20-02-2021 10:48 AM
Florence Gertrude Hewson, Mar Qtr 1892, Louth, 7a 550 - mother's maiden name Dawson
Lincolnshire Chronicle, 6 Oct 1899
At Yarborough, on the 28th ult, Vessey Grundy...
This reflects the dame sentiment!
Ipswich Journal, Sat 5 May 1798
In many of the Goldsmiths' shops this notification is on the windowsEars bored here. This would be no bad motto for our Debating...
Take this to be Kilmaine, Mayo? Catholic** parish Registers for Kilmaine, Mayo begin 1854, well after John's YoB.
** - Of course, John may not have been...
Electoral Registers (FMP)
2260 R - Cooke, Charles Hodgetts, Homemead, Wimborne Road, Poole
2261 Rw - Cooke, Rosalie, Homemead, Wimborne Road, Poole
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