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Was your dad in the British army? If so the MoD still holds his records. You don't need his regiment or service number to apply for his records but you...
27-09-2022 10:45 PM
There is this birth registration on the GRO index. I searched using Male only, no first names,no registration district.
FARMER, -- No mother's maiden name given which usually indicates...
Done it but you have my permission to change anything else you catch me up on! :biggrin: The men in white coats shpuld be here soon
I am going in to hiding and not coming out until i have learned to type the name Edmund and not Edward. I should not post as a distraction from other stuff in real life needing attention.
Pam I typed Edward and actually searched Edmund. Duh!
I just did a whole world search on FMP and still only 9 results but only two for Edward Harrington photographer in Abergavenny in 1921 and...
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In 1934 he was at 180 New Bond St. I wonder if he was there in 1939 when the England and Wales Register was taken. If so it would give his date of birth which may...
24-09-2022 8:02 PM
Looking at the 1901 census I would say Arthur's age is 7 not 4 when comparing with other 4's on the page.
Hi Pam I had written this but not posted it.
There is a baptism for an Arthur George...
24-09-2022 7:32 PM
ARTHUR GEORGE SALMONS
Service Number: 161192
Regiment & Unit/Ship
Third Army Signal Coy.
Died 26 December 1916
Age 23 years old
Buried or commemorated at
ST. POL COMMUNAL...
24-09-2022 12:50 AM
Thanks for this Malcolm. I didn't work my down to #388. I wonder if either of these families names are familiar to the poster
23-09-2022 11:34 PM
The heraldic figure in the centre appears to be very similar to one on this site https://www.bosburyhistoryresource.org.uk/Heraldry-of-Herefordshire.html
Number 25, BIDDULPH family of Ledbury Pl.6
Terrific grisel. I reckon that is it.
What a mess these pages are on ancestry. I can only read one or two of the occupations. Does the first word of John's occupation end in 'ting' maybe? It is a bit clearer image on FMP than ancestry...
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23-09-2022 2:09 AM
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London, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1938
Reverend John Chappell
Record Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 7 May 1823
Marriage Place: St Leonard, Streatham,...
22-09-2022 7:49 PM
Can't see this given as a n individual link so here it it is = another great resource which gives links to sites both free and pay per view for a host of countries around the world....
My point was that as Clement died in Belfast did he have a connection to Ireland and could he have been there and not in England when the 1861 census was taken. Unfortunately the Ireland 1861 census...
is this is his burial? Age out a little. if it is your man did he have a connection to ireland and could he have been there in 1861?
Clement Channing Chappell
Record Type - Burial
Thanks for this wimsey. I did see the free access to the Queen's records but didn't test to see if it applied to other records.
I took another look at this yesterday and still nothing.
Just an observation, are we saying that Arthur was using the first name James on your aunt's birth certificate in 1940 and then in 1949 on...
There is nothing on the Lancashire OPC site for a baptism for George or the GRO index for births where you can enter the mother's maiden name. Both are free but you have to sign up for the GRO index....
Is this your family?
1870 US census
Town Hurley, county of Ulster, State of new York
James Hallihan 40 Stone Cutter born Ireland
Ellen Hallihan 40 Keeping house born Ireland
George Hallihan 11...
So far I have found nothing new but in between ordinary life requiring attention I keep coming back to it.
I am hoping that I have a flash of inspiration as to where to look next for a...
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