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  1. Peter; I'll have a look at the batch you...

    Peter;

    I'll have a look at the batch you noted.

    These two people are sisters to my direct ancestor, so I'm trying to save the cost of the certificates and use that money on ones for the main...
  2. Thanks, Pam. Will have a look and see what I can...

    Thanks, Pam. Will have a look and see what I can find.

    Gary
  3. Thanks, Pam. The Ecclesiastical Parish is "Part...

    Thanks, Pam. The Ecclesiastical Parish is "Part of St. George The Martyr."
  4. Hello Peter; Sorry; but I didn't really want...

    Hello Peter;

    Sorry; but I didn't really want to impose on anyone to actually find the records, which is why I didn't give more. That said, I've included the details below. Hope you can help.
    ...
  5. Which parishes cover Medway RD in 1882-1885

    I'm trying to locate parish registers that would cover Medway RD in 1882-1885. If I'm really lucky, the Medway Archives may have them, but knowing the churches involved would help narrow the search....
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    Pam; I looked for a "divorce forum" and...

    Pam;

    I looked for a "divorce forum" and couldn't find one. would have posted there had I found it. That said; Peter gave me the answer I needed.

    With respect to examining the possibility of a...
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    Sue; The situation doesn't prove there was a...

    Sue;

    The situation doesn't prove there was a separation, but in their later years, they were living apart per the census records. It's just something I'm checking out.
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    Thank you, Peter. I'll check this out.

    Thank you, Peter. I'll check this out.
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    Divorce Records in the U.K.?

    I have a couple that appears to have split, based on the 1901 census and I also have them buried in different parts of the Norwood cemetery (one buried in 1902 and one in 1924). To me, this implies...
  10. Thank you. It makes me think getting a FindMyPast...

    Thank you. It makes me think getting a FindMyPast subscription would be more useful than Ancestry.
  11. Wow! A special thank you to each one of you. ...

    Wow! A special thank you to each one of you.

    Christina, I appreciate your taking the time to try to find ths place. I keep forgetting Genuki.

    "helechau," Thank you for a definitive answer...
  12. Need help with a Brenchley, Kent location.

    In the 1851 England Census (Class: HO107; Piece: 1615; Folio: 401; Page: 6;) for Kent, Brenchley, ED 2a, there is mention of one James Wells, age 63, living at a place called either, "Buley Hale" or...
  13. As I noted: I may be able to find out more...

    As I noted:


    I may be able to find out more when I go to the Family History Centre, but at the moment, I was just giving an overview of what I was able to verify at the moment. It will be a few...
  14. I went to the library today to use the Ancestry...

    I went to the library today to use the Ancestry LibraryEdition.
    I looked at the records that have been discussed, to the extent they are available on Ancestry.

    1) There were umpteen people with...
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    Thank you Christina! I looked at the TNA...

    Thank you Christina!

    I looked at the TNA Discovery catalog and found that they show just the Registration District and Sub-District. The Enumeration District is not shown and only seem to appear...
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    Identifying British Census Records

    Are the Headers dislayed by Ancestry, for British Census records, the same location information as one might find at the front of the census books?

    I have been recording the noted Ancestry banner...
  17. Jomot1; I hope I didn't unintentionally come...

    Jomot1;
    I hope I didn't unintentionally come across in a negative way. I really appreciate your help. I'm just a bit spooked by having so many loose ends in play. For me, my personal response to...
  18. Well, I guess that's why they advise the...

    Well, I guess that's why they advise the recording of "negative evidence". Trying too find someone and not being able to do so is still valuable. I'm still a bit puzzled by John West disappearing so...
  19. Interesting... I wonder if there is a database of...

    Interesting... I wonder if there is a database of divorces for that region...
  20. Jomot1, By the way; I was explicitly referring...

    Jomot1,
    By the way; I was explicitly referring to the Harris marriage, not the Clegg one. The Clegg one, as you noted, is likely valid and I've previously stated that I found the marriage licence...
  21. There seem to be a awful lot of instances of...

    There seem to be a awful lot of instances of temporal disconnects in the logic for the Harris connection.

    The 1914 immigration year concerns me. In the 1911 Passenger List, Rosina Colborne, now...
  22. Is there a way to attach a PDF to a posting? I've...

    Is there a way to attach a PDF to a posting? I've summarized posts 1-59 and would like to share this with those who are trying to help me research the life of Rosina Isabel Colborne.
  23. Thanks, Pam. My UK geography is not the best....

    Thanks, Pam. My UK geography is not the best. I'll have to go to the library and look at the SSN database. I tried a few other sources like FamilySearch and GenealogyBank without success.

    Here are...
  24. As I'm going through the information posted, I...

    As I'm going through the information posted, I came accross the following:

    "US Social Security Application record for Rosina Isabel Harris DoB 28 Sep 1886, Rochester, Kent, parents Arthur Colbarne...
  25. Thanks, Pam. I'll set that up.

    Thanks, Pam. I'll set that up.
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