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    FindMyPast British Armed Forces & Overseas Deaths...

    FindMyPast British Armed Forces & Overseas Deaths (Transcript)

    Malta
    Name -George Orton, birth year - 1797, burial - 16 Nov 1831, occupation - Colour Sergeant 7 ryl fusiliers
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    FindMyPast British Armed Forces & Overseas Banns...

    FindMyPast British Armed Forces & Overseas Banns & Marriages (Transcript)
    Country - Malta
    Name - Mary Orton, marriage date -24 Aug 1833, marital status - W(idow), spouse - George Crozier, By...
  3. Thread: FATHER

    by helachau
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    Thanks for confirming the opening post concluded...

    Thanks for confirming the opening post concluded with initial + surname - before it appeared on post 6.
  4. Thread: FATHER

    by helachau
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    Query - when I read the opening post early this...

    Query - when I read the opening post early this morning it was signed off with the poster's initial and surname. This led me to one possible civil birth registration in 1941 which led to others....
  5. At least the "thick brickwall" is not quite as...

    At least the "thick brickwall" is not quite as thick as it used to be.
    I must admit that after I'd checked the "Barnacross" find I was disappointed to see "widower". I had hoped to find Mary Anne as...
  6. If you haven't used Irishgenealogy before, it...

    If you haven't used Irishgenealogy before, it requires registering FREE before you can start searching.
  7. The Civil death record of the above "Thomas...

    The Civil death record of the above "Thomas Bernasconi??" can be viewed on Irish Genealogy. However, don't search for "Bernasconi" - try "Thomas Barnacross"!!!

    Why is nothing simple?
  8. Freeman's Journal, 29 March 1886 Deaths ...

    Freeman's Journal, 29 March 1886
    Deaths

    Bernasconi - Mar 26, 1886, at the Hospice, Harold's Cross, Thomas Bernasconi, aged 32 RIP

    Worth checking out?
  9. Have a look at...

    Have a look at
    https://www.irish-genealogy-toolkit.com/irish-records-burned.html

    Irish BMDs
    Civil births recorded from 1864
    Civil marriages recorded (a) non Catholic from 1845 (b) Catholic from...
  10. Thread: Hello

    by helachau
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    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen. It's some photo...

    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen.
    It's some photo in the Norwich Mercury - impressive!
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    You need to see Edmund Wingates "An exact...

    You need to see Edmund Wingates "An exact abridgement of all the statutes in force and use from the beginning of Magna Charta; ......" - published 1708. The section on "Hats and Caps" is fascinating....
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    I can only post details of the elections that I...

    I can only post details of the elections that I can find on the net - I don't have access to every election.
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    Simply out of interest I had checked if Thomas in...

    Simply out of interest I had checked if Thomas in 1774 had voted for the winner - and he had.

    That your "rellies" were able to vote at that time reflects their standing in society. Notice also the...
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    Copies of the Polls taken at Newcastle-under-Lyme...

    Copies of the Polls taken at Newcastle-under-Lyme to elect Parliamentary representatives

    From Sat 8th - Tue 11th Oct 1774
    Barratt, Thomas Journeyman Hatter
    (The winner is not identified so...
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    First, a very warm welcome to Brit-gen FindMy...

    First, a very warm welcome to Brit-gen

    FindMy Past has the baptism (image) of -

    Howrah Presbyterian Church
    Baptised 21 Jan 1906, born 26 Nov 1905, Hannah, parents John and Hannah Macdonald,...
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    The Rev W B Landells accepted the pastorate of...

    The Rev W B Landells accepted the pastorate of Mount Zion Chapel, Westfield Terrace, Sheffield in May 1835 while still at Airedale College. Described as "a person of considerable ability".
    He...
  17. Further baptisms at Carlisle Street Chapel...

    Further baptisms at Carlisle Street Chapel (formerly Sallyport) Presbyterian -

    William, son to William Arthur, Quarry Man, was baptized February 23rd 1766 by the Rev'd Mr James Robertson (who also...
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    Can you recheck Emily's marital status in 1871?...

    Can you recheck Emily's marital status in 1871? Using the clues provided I believe I've spotted the relevant Census and the entry in the column headed "Condition" appears to conflict with your...
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    Lodge and Archdall in their "Peerage of Ireland",...

    Lodge and Archdall in their "Peerage of Ireland", vol 7, published 1789, have Anne Phillips marrying " ... Thomas Heywood of Rudbaxton, Esq ..." - no mention of issue.
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    Assuming 2nd world war? There's a William...

    Assuming 2nd world war?

    There's a William Joseph Redmond, born Galway, 17 Aug 1919, father William, address Henry Street, mother Mary (formerly Andrews).
    The image can be viewed free at Irish...
  21. I also took it as "Flight Sergeant" The no....

    I also took it as "Flight Sergeant"

    The no. 1613881 is recorded against one of his no. 2667616 FMP records.
  22. If you check FMP under surname "Samwell" (no...

    If you check FMP under surname "Samwell" (no given names/initials) and "2667616" (Soldier No.) it will return 4 hits. The record under "Samwell C 1946" is of particular interest.
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    This is Gresham Street in 1896 (a little bit...

    This is Gresham Street in 1896 (a little bit missing at the Lothbury end!) - Town Plans, London.

    https://maps.nls.uk/view/101201592
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    I usually have a peep at Booth's Poverty maps to...

    I usually have a peep at Booth's Poverty maps to determine the nature of a particular London Street around the turn of the century

    https://booth.lse.ac.uk/map/18/-0.0915/51.5156/100/0

    However,...
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    The highest house no. I found for "Paulville...

    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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