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1911 census: RG14PN22399 RG78PN1321 RD455 SD4 ED43 SN342 has Walter James Parsloe with son Edward and others.
Walter' occupation is Dockyard Labourer Shipping....
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On the 1901 census Reginald states he is married and is a General Merchant Clerk.
It is possible that Reginald travelled on a merchant ship to Melbourne before 1901 and married Alice,
FMP has a Richard Field serving with the Paddington Rifles 1867 - 1870
Soldier No: 615
11-08-2011 9:04 PM
You can order the certificate on line from the GRO
Sep qtr. 1849 Cardiff 26 515 Costs £9.25 and takes 1-3 weeks.
Halleren is the spelling I have
06-08-2011 5:53 PM
I'm not sure I agree with that as these are birth reg. entries and not birth dates.
Elsie could have been born January 1896 and David December 1896.
06-08-2011 11:13 AM
Find My Past has a D.C. Copeland (b1897) sailiing to Halifax. Canada in May 1907
Mrs S. A. Copeland is also on the same ship. The City of Bombay
I'm sure you can find the answers to your questions on the internet Colin
and should also be able to find a Solicitor in Canada that specializes in UK law.
Hi Tim and welcome.
We all have the same things in common, not just genealogy but also the same mistakes.
Don't worry about it and just enjoy what you are doing and the people you are doing it...
Anyone that did that for you would be in breach of FMP terms and conditions.
FMP is not only a subscription site but also pay as you go so you could buy a few credits
and download it...
That is possibly the right death as the last child was born in Coventry in 1952.
It might be worth ordering the death certificate in the hope that it will give you some more info.
26-07-2011 11:25 AM
No worries Colin. A badly written message.
I found the answer in the previous post and have had a good look round but can't find anything.
26-07-2011 8:21 AM
I wondered if the uniform/outfit had a hint of sailor styling.
The Women's Life Boat Institution ?
or perhaps just an influence in the fashion in that area in that period.
I can't see any dogs in...
26-07-2011 6:46 AM
Great photos Colin and good job Mark.
Can I have your mother's mother's name, place and date of birth.
Find My Past has a migration record for a Kate Mayner b1903
Liverpool to Halifax 16th May 1914. Ship is Cathaginian
It looks like Thomas Fletcher Meredith passed away 0100 hrs 23 June 2002 in Canada.
I think his service record would be worth getting but your wife, a next of kin, will have to do that from...
Have you tried 'googling' Godfrey Duckett as there seems to be lots going on there
with www. in front
19-07-2011 3:25 AM
Why didn't I think of that !
McElwee seems to be the most used spelling as there are some in Liverpool on the earlier UK census.
No death for Alexander in the UK though. I've checked.
Perhaps you should try searching...
A couple of census records that go with post 60:
1881 RG11 5367 36 38
1891 RG12 4488 65 30
Likely death for Joseph and the age fits:
Dec qtr 1905 Swansea 11a 523
Joseph Hayward b1843 married
Eliza Hayward b1849 married. H/wife
Beatrice Hayward b1849 Teacher
Southampton to New York on the St Louis 27th July 1912
1871 census RG10 5460 32 6 has:
Joseph Haywood head born Gloucs
and Charlotte's mother (I assume) Charlotte Tregaskes
17-07-2011 7:48 PM
1851 census HO107 1909 431 14
Bennets Henekiak head Married b1818 St Allen. Cornwall. Miner
Mary wife married b1812 Kenwyn....
Yes very sad indeed and also reminds us of how fortunate we are.
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