The highest house no. I found for "Paulville Rows" was No 64. Still fairly sure that "Paulville Cottages" are "Paulville Rows". Have found "Paulville" on FMP's Scottish PO Directories (latest...
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Checking newspapers on line I cannot find any reference to "Paulville Cottages". There are, however, plenty of references to "Paulville Rows" which, I suspect, are the six "blocks" at south east...
1871 Census (ref. RG10 3716 33 4
Adam Buckley, Head, Marr, age 40, Ag Lab, born Audlem
Sarah Buckley, Wife, Marr, age 28, born Audlem
Sons Alfred 5, James 4 and William 1 - all born Audlem...
A warm welcome to Britgen. The marriage certificate of the marriage referred to at #7 and #8 above can be viewed at FMP -
Date - 27 Feb 1868, Place - Parish Church, Audlem
Adam Buckley, bachelor,...
In post #1 you have year of birth as c. 1867 and place of birth as Paris.
The Paris birth (naissance) indices (tables decennales 1860-1872)) for the period you are interested are on line. But they...
According to your initial post it was 1835?
Do you have further details of the 1835 marriage - other than simply posting the date of marriage? What's the source?
How do you reconcile the 2 pre 1835 births on the 1851 Census with the claimed...
The absence of Sara's occupation from the initial post made me suspect it was not present on the cert - it would be very useful if present. The Barracks included the Victoria Barracks Hospital which...
I suppose I just appreciate that I'm so lucky that some people are AT ALL interested in OCR that I can sit at home and hit buttons and read the ORIGINAL.
Just to clarify -
The '61 Census Year of Birth is 1809 and '71 is 1808 - you have posted YoB "about 1802" ('51 = 1808).
The '71 Census records Place of Birth consistently as London/Middlesex for...
You have mentioned the '61 and '71 Census. Do you have the family in '51?
Census reference H107 1962 273 32 (confirmed the 9yr old Edwin's birth registration Dec Qtr 1841, Gloucester, mother...
See "Why is the OCR text incorrect?".
Puzzled by your reference to "transcriptions". Transcribing does not feature as part of capturing these newspapers via OCR.
The surname on the 13 Feb 1825 marriage, St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich is clearly Watton (James makes his mark).
On December 25th 1825 at St Mary Magdalene a John James Watton is baptised (born 4th...
FMP has the service record of a James Wootton, born 1794, Bromham, Wiltshire, attested 18 Jan 1813, Royal Artillery. But, as is often the case with these early records, no details re. family. ...
1841 Census (ref HO107, Piece 492, Book 10, Folio 21, Page 36) as transcribed FMP -
James Mooton, 48, Labourer
Mary Mooton, 42
William Mooton, 13
George Mooton, 10
Mary Mooton, 7
1841 Census ref HO107 494 15 22
John Wooton, 35, Ag Lab
Mary Ann Wooton, 25
Mary Wooton, 5
Sarah Wooton, 7
Ann Wooton, 2
Address Cattle Market, St Peter, Eastry
Baptism (transcript only)...
Note - if you zoom out (-) of the 1885 Town Pan, the old map will be replaced by a modern map showing Market Street. You might want to walk Market Street using Streetview.
Albion Parade formed part of Old Cemetery Road
Have you checked Thomas' marital status on the 1861 Census - lodging at Chedworth, age 77. The column shows "Marr" with a bold "W" also included. "W" would normally indicate "widower". But cannot...
08-08-2021 11:26 AM
You can also search for "Elenor Phillips" which will return a Grant of Administration.
Elenor/Elinor Phillips returns very few hits - hence I did not explain use of filters. If you wish to extend...
08-08-2021 10:02 AM
Click on link and click on drop down symbol in 1st box marked "Select"
Select "Name" from drop down menu and enter Elinor Phillips in...
07-08-2021 5:28 PM
This links to a separate post re John Phillips, born 1660, Pembrokeshire?
I took the 1944 Meriden marriage as his Paul Kassar marriage.
I've been trying to identify a possible link to Daniel Falconer Renwick, tug master - the name is unusual.
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