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  1. Thanks Pam - just added a new member to my one...

    Thanks Pam - just added a new member to my one name study - now to find a Canadian death for her....
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    Jane BASFORD appears to have died in 1863 in...

    Jane BASFORD appears to have died in 1863 in Edmonton, she is with her son William(who marries in 1852), on the 1851 & 1861 census in Edmonton. Jane appears to have been born in Adderbury Oxfordshire...
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    Mary Gould of Pendleton

    Parish Register of St Peter, Parwich, Derbyshire:

    "Mary, daughter of William and Mary GOULD of Pendleton near Manchester in the County of Lancaster, Born December 17th 1811 Baptised June 24th...
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    A friend had her and her now deceased Mothers DNA...

    A friend had her and her now deceased Mothers DNA done - her Mother had a large percentage German DNA as expected - the daughter had no German DNA whatsoever. Certainly these things do get lost when...
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    May Lilian daughter of Elizabeth BYLES, Single...

    May Lilian daughter of Elizabeth BYLES, Single Woman - Abode is Union Workhouse Infirmary according to the Parish Register. No 'r' in May when compared to Marys on the page. One of 3 Baptisms to...
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    My Adoptive Mothers Paternal GreatGrandFather was...

    My Adoptive Mothers Paternal GreatGrandFather was a HALES(b 1845). Mum had DNA matches to his Mother(b 1816) but NONE to his HALES Father(b 1800) (- who appears to have abandoned the family) - we...
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    Well tonight is the closest I've got - I have...

    Well tonight is the closest I've got - I have relatives from the two trees living together!
    My Adoptive Mothers 2xGreatGrand Uncle is resident in the home of my Birth Mothers 3xGreatGrand Uncles...
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    Thanks Sue - that definitely strengthens the case...

    Thanks Sue - that definitely strengthens the case for the census and burials with the ANDERSON surname - wonder as James EAGLE was illegitimate whether Anderson was either his Fathers name or the...
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    Hi Sue, Yes that's the one born Castle Acre - I...

    Hi Sue, Yes that's the one born Castle Acre - I kept ruling that in then out...
    The deaths for James and Susan, found by the Amazing Pam, appear in the register for South Acre, where they lived, in...
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    Pam amazing as always. I totally agree with...

    Pam amazing as always.

    I totally agree with you that must be them - thanks - but why the name change? I'm supposing James is the base born Son of Elizabeth baptised at Holme Hale in 1795 - I can't...
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    James & Susan(na) EAGLE

    I'm not usually so stumped.

    James EAGLE marries Susan(na) TURREL/TYRELL at South Acre in Norfolk in 1816. They appear together in South Acre in 1841, 1851 & 1871. I can't find them in 1861 despite...
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    Am I right in thinking that there were previously...

    Am I right in thinking that there were previously images accompanying the Findmypast collection - that have now disappeared? And that presumably is the reason?
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    Thanks Pam!

    Thanks Pam!
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    Um..... wonder if Lincolnshire Archives are even...

    Um..... wonder if Lincolnshire Archives are even aware of this.....
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    Adobe Flash Player

    According to what I'm getting on screen Adobe Flash Player will cease to function after December 2020. Anyone any idea what happens then? I'm currently using the 'Lincs to the Past' Lincolnshire...
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    Sticky: The "Stamford Mercury" is available on the...

    The "Stamford Mercury" is available on the British Newspaper Archive for 1714 to 1911 - a quick look at a page I have downloaded for 1878 indicates that this is actually "The Lincoln, Rutland &...
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    Thanks Jomot1. As usual nothing can be...

    Thanks Jomot1. As usual nothing can be straightforward can it!!
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    In 1906 she would be 67 - the newspaper article...

    In 1906 she would be 67 - the newspaper article describes her as an aged midwife - so could be her. She also had family before arrival in the USA so they could technically be the named daughters......
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    Ah, Thanks ..... The 1895 census for Elizabeth...

    Ah, Thanks ..... The 1895 census for Elizabeth has a John & Margaret ECKHARDT and a John & Elizabeth ECKHARDT but no addresses are given. The 1895 street directory for Elizabeth has two John ECKHARDT...
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    And intriguingly the newspaper article describes...

    And intriguingly the newspaper article describes her as a young woman in 1897 and her new husband nearly 40 years her senior. But she was born Jan 1839 so was 58 - that would make her new husband...
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    Thanks for that helachau - unbelievable what some...

    Thanks for that helachau - unbelievable what some people got up to! Seems they separated after just a month of marriage so she decided to remarry bigamously......!
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    Thanks - There are a couple of John Dale's in...

    Thanks - There are a couple of John Dale's in Staffordshire around that time annoyingly and yes the Fold3 record is equally annoying!

    The Michigan record is a good one - can't see a suitable John...
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    John (F) DALE & Wilhelmine

    John DALE was born Wolverhampton 1842-1843 to Henry DALE & Mary Anne ROWLANDS. I have him on the 1851 & 1861(as a Locksmith) census at home with his parent(s). I had nothing further until an Ancestry...
  24. Sarah ROGERS of Tuxford, Nottinghamshire

    Parish Register for St Botolph, Tottenhill, Norfolk:

    Baptisms 1713:
    Sarah ye Daughter of Henry & Anne ROGERS of Tuxford in Nottinghamshire December 6th.
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    Sticky: Suggestions:...

    Suggestions:
    https://www.norfolksources.norfolk.gov.uk/DserveNS/
    https://www.historic-maps.norfolk.gov.uk/
    https://www.norfolkchurches.co.uk/norfolklatest.htm
    and an MI site that is now unavailable...
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