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  1. Ooooooooh I hadn't even thought of it from the...

    Ooooooooh I hadn't even thought of it from the angle of 'what happened in between 41 and 51' - doh! That's such a logical and clever way of answering it. It makes complete sense that he was awaiting...
  2. Criminal Register and Census disagree...help!

    Hiya

    Wonder if anyone has come across this before or can advise...

    My ancestor, Joseph NORRIS, born 6th March 1803 in Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire and married to Sarah BEETSON in October 1828, is...
  3. Looking around, Samuel Bircham seems to be a...

    Looking around, Samuel Bircham seems to be a solicitor. I had assumed that Samuel Bircham and Alfred John Cresswell were friends, but is the only connection Samuel Bircham has, as the legal executor...
  4. Okay, now I'm more confused. Can't find any will...

    Okay, now I'm more confused. Can't find any will online, yet anyway. Also, where does it say about Samuel Bircham being a gentleman? Sorry to be stupid..
  5. Ooh thank you Peter, I hadn't thought of the...

    Ooh thank you Peter, I hadn't thought of the will. I'll look in to that right now. I also hadn't noticed that Samuel Bircham was listed as a gentleman.
  6. GWR shareholder record.... is this him?

    Hi all,

    Just found a record on FMP, that might be a link to my ggg g-f (the tricky one for anyone that remembers me!). It is a record of a share in the Great Western Railway, that was transferred...
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    That's great! Thanks Hugh! What's funny is that...

    That's great! Thanks Hugh! What's funny is that I hadn't even noticed the spots until I saw your post. Its amazing what you can do isn't it!
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    Thank you both... I am indeed so lucky to have...

    Thank you both...

    I am indeed so lucky to have found these photos; I cried when I realised what they were. Its probably daft to be so attached to the past, but I am quite alone in the world...
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    Hiya Thank you for your help. I'm just trying...

    Hiya

    Thank you for your help. I'm just trying to digest/process the information (it takes me a while to get my head around it!).

    The Clarks in my tree follow this path:

    1851 census: John and...
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    Is this from the 1930s?

    Hi all,

    This photo is obviously a lot newer than some I have found, it is more flexible and seems like a home snap rather than a studio print. Would a date of 1920's-1930's seem plausible with the...
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    Date help if possible please....

    Hi all,

    This is my second photo I need help with, sorry. When I wasn't sure if I could post more than one photo help request, I posted this photo on a different forum and someone 'cleaned' the...
  12. Thanks for all your help, I think I'm happy...

    Thanks for all your help, I think I'm happy enough that the photograph is from the 1880's and I think it is feasible the woman could be 18 - 22 years old, which would fit with my guess of it being...
  13. Thanks for the wiki link Adele - I hadn't seen...

    Thanks for the wiki link Adele - I hadn't seen that, it is quite interesting.

    Hugh - thank you for your work on the photo, its fab!

    Waitabit and Birdlip - it is my mum's writing, and I believe...
  14. Oooh that was a clever way around - I didn't...

    Oooh that was a clever way around - I didn't think of that! Thank you!

    Just checked and he seems to be there still in 1901, not sure on the 1911. Looking at the style and also the style of the...
  15. Know the photographer, but when was it taken?

    Hi,

    Wonder if anyone can help...

    I've looked at every website and search engine I can think of, but can't find any date-details for the photographic company who took this photo:

    Front:
    ...
  16. too many charles'...are any of them mine?!

    Hi all,

    I am having a problem with a Charles... hope some kind soul will be able to help (or at least sympathise, hee hee)

    I am tracing a line of my tree back, and am sure of the following:
    ...
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    Hi, I presume this is the 1871 census you have...

    Hi,

    I presume this is the 1871 census you have for her:

    LARKIN, Emma
    ORSETT, Essex
    RG10 piece 1654 folio 8 page 7

    She is living as a lodger, age 38, a nurse. The married/unmarried column...
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    Hi, I think this is her parents in 1861: ...

    Hi,

    I think this is her parents in 1861:

    SEAMAN, Abraham Head Married M 75 1786 Carpenter Abridge Essex
    SEAMAN, Elizabeth Wife Married F 70 1791 Weedon Essex

    RG09 1054 92 7 Reg Dist: West...
  19. Adele, Thank you for looking that up - my...

    Adele,

    Thank you for looking that up - my mind is way too panic stricken to have thought of checking the marriage - doh!

    As always, I really appreciate it.

    Rachel x
  20. Hi all, I am sincerely hoping I am having a...

    Hi all,

    I am sincerely hoping I am having a delusional day here - but having got to what I thought was a nice conclusion on this mystery, I contacted someone I found through genes reunited, who is...
  21. Hi again Just had a reply from the...

    Hi again

    Just had a reply from the Cemetary/Crematorium....

    Both Lucy Eliza (they have her as Eliza Lucy) and Alfred are buried there, in the same grave, plot number B1041. They didn't have any...
  22. Hi again, By speaking to some people much...

    Hi again,

    By speaking to some people much cleverer than I, I have found another possibility to consider....

    In 1899, a little girl named Mary was born to parents Sarah COOPEY and Thomas...
  23. Mansell: I want to be wrong about this....

    Hi there

    I am absolutely devastated at this latest brickwall... I'm now in tears, which is stupid I know as this was 100 years ago and what's done is done but I can't bear the thought of it being...
  24. Hi, I have just spoken to someone at the...

    Hi,

    I have just spoken to someone at the Crematorium, he seemed a little perplexed at my questions and asked me to e-mail him instead. I have done this just now, so will let you know the outcome....
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    Hi again, I've been mulling this over and...

    Hi again,

    I've been mulling this over and doing some research; if the Canada birth in the Reg Index is the right one, then the 1861 entry we found for the RA barracks in Woolwich can't be correct...
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