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  1. Many thanks for your help.

    Many thanks for your help.
  2. That is the one I'm looking at (on FamilySearch)...

    That is the one I'm looking at (on FamilySearch) but there is no occupation or address, just 'Institution'. Could it be a transcription error? Your information sounds more relevant (and nicer!)
  3. 1841 census institution in Shorne, Kent.

    Hello,

    I have found an ancestor, David Goodhew in the 1841 census at Shorne in Kent. He is located in an 'Institution' but there are no further clues. Can anyone help me identify this institution?...
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    That's great - thank you. I knew I could rely on...

    That's great - thank you. I knew I could rely on Brit-Gen t come up with the answer!!
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    S Fielder & Co - Corset Factory

    I am trying to identify the location of a street I an old photo and the only clue I can see is a sign for S Fielder & Co Corset Factory. I have tried searching the internet but to no avail. Does...
  6. More research has led to a family of BRIGGS -...

    More research has led to a family of BRIGGS - William Briggs and Alice Yates (Arthur's aunt) had children Harold, Charles, Frank and Lillian who would be Arthur's first cousins.

    Also a family PEET...
  7. Dr Arthur Charles Kingsgate Yates 1896-1965

    I am seeking living relatives of Dr Arthur Charles Kingsgate Yates, aka Tim Yates. He was born in Australia in 1896 to William Hatfield Yates and Eleanor Jane Bourke, the last of five children -...
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    Recently moved! Will be going to Kent anyway, but...

    Recently moved! Will be going to Kent anyway, but thanks.
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    I have loads to do in Kent as well as places to...

    I have loads to do in Kent as well as places to visit so will make the trip. Might check Ancestry though - some PRs are viewable online.
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    No one else has any notations on the burials page...

    No one else has any notations on the burials page I have other than the standard 'widow', 'son of...' etc. No other occupations listed, but Richard is the only adult male on the page. I'll have to...
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    Managed to scan my copy of the PR. I can only see...

    Managed to scan my copy of the PR. I can only see 'house keeper' but maybe other eyes see something else?

    ...
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    Love that idea :)

    Love that idea :)
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    I am looking at the original PR. I will try and...

    I am looking at the original PR. I will try and post a copy.
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    I don't think so, the writing is pretty clear.

    I don't think so, the writing is pretty clear.
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    1744 burial entry marked "house keeper"

    I have found the burial entry of my ancestor in May 1744 in Mereworth, Kent. The entry simply states "Richard Goodhew house keeper".

    Could this indicate an occupation of some kind or refer to his...
  16. Dundee10 that is brilliant and all ties in...

    Dundee10 that is brilliant and all ties in beautifully. I can't thank you enough :) I now have plenty to go forwards with. Many many thanks.
  17. Brill, thanks!

    Brill, thanks!
  18. A possible marriage 22nd Oct 1816, St George...

    A possible marriage

    22nd Oct 1816, St George Bloomsbury
    Thomas Randall/Ann Cotterill, married by banns, witnesses Wm Chubb and John Harrison


    That looks a really good possibility, thanks. ...
  19. Yes, quite right. A slip of the keyboard :)

    Yes, quite right. A slip of the keyboard :)
  20. That's a lovely photo of Little Earl Street...

    That's a lovely photo of Little Earl Street almach, thank you for the link. It looks just the sort of street a jeweller would have premises.
  21. Searching for Thomas Randall, Jeweller c.1820

    Please can anyone help me as I am tearing my hair out!!

    I have a copy of the original Baptism entry for Mary Ann Randall at St George, Bloomsbury on 25th January 1818. Her parents are Thomas and...
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    Thanks, but I'm not actually researching the...

    Thanks, but I'm not actually researching the family, just trying to contact someone who is as I have something worthless monetarily but invaluable to a descendant :)
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    WOODROW family descendants

    I would like to make contact with any descendants of the following WOODROWs:

    Maud Louisa - b.1877
    John Robert - b.1880
    Julia Caroline - b.1882
    Emily - b.1852
    John Taylor - b.1851
    Ernest...
  24. Train robbery mid 1960s (not the Great one!)

    It is rumoured in the family that an ancestor (now deceased so unable to be asked) was on board a train that was robbed of a quantity of cases of whiskey. I have been told it was on a London-Scotland...
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    HENRY SUMMERS

    I recently came across a small notebook, handwritten by Henry Summers detailing his expenses whilst travelling around England and Europe in the employ of (or under the management of) H H Lindsay. The...
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