oh how lucky you are I am quite jealous!
I would say make sure you take breaks as it will make your eyes tired and it can then be easy to miss things
make notes don't rely just on photos it might...
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I think if he was discharged from RM it wont be as a drummer in RM but the 94th Co will be a separate unit
I have one who joined RM and was discharged as not being suitable material to be a Marine!...
Have you tried contacting one of the genealogy societies in Western Australia where you are they may well have members who may be interested or be able to advise you
I think she is in Banbury working as a servant down as Lilian Frost
Reg district 158
Head A Boarding House Keeper Eliza Stranks
sorry I haven't found anymore than you have ….
only suggestions I can think of is maybe a relative was in same reg and gave Lilias address as a penfriend
it could be that the ladies may have met him outside of the area I live 3 miles from Banbury and neasrest bases in ww1 I have been led to believe were at Bicester and Didcot and Abbingdon.
Happy New Year have a happy healthy 2020
so sorry to hear the sad news Ladkyis has always been here it wont be the same without her my condolences to her family and friends
have enjoyed reading your family history and it has help me to see how I can improve what I am writing up on my own family
I would think they are correct probably she was known as Sarah and that is why the baptism only has this its not unusual for 2nd name to be used I have several in my trees and one line of my husbands...
well it came today 2nd October
I must have been a wicked girl still waiting for one on 23rd July 2 from Aug 7th
there is also a death in 1899 in Camberwell Surrey 58 years old residence given as 97 Glengall Rd
28-01-2019 7:02 PM
so sorry for your loss may Logans ancestors take care of him
well I enjoyed it even though more info on each would be nice for such as us who research all the time...……..but really these programs are to get people interested in doing more research and as with...
NOONE, JAMES JOSEPH
Service Number 2499
Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment)
Son of James and Ellen Noone, of 17, Gladstone Rd., Urmston,...
yes unfortunately the index I mentioned also had the dates like that maybe it should be 1887? It was always a school that they formed but the fact that it was started for prisoners...
I doubt Helen was born in the Princess Mary Village the village was
Princess Mary’s Village Homes was the brainchild of two local ladies, Mrs Meredith and Miss Cavendish, who conceived the idea of...
I don't know about Austria at all but Henry married in 1873 to an Anna Cracknell 10th Feb in the parish church in Kensington & Chelsea St Andrew and St Phillip Kensal Green
His father was Edward...
think I have seen it all now just looking at a burial in Nunhead Cemetery and there are 27 people under grave details all buried in 1906!!!
Its great when you get correct information …….our ancestors don't make it easy!!
I have been looking at anumber of burials for my families and some of them have quite a number of people buried in them it doesn't seem to be unusual this is what the site Deceased online says
your welcome hope it turns out to be right
there is an Elizabeth Maria Johnson born 1862 mother maiden name Bunning
JOHNSON, ELIZABETH MARIA
GRO Reference: 1862 D Quarter in KENSINGTON Volume 01A Page 1
02-09-2018 6:13 PM
What a fabulous site well worth looking at ………..your fathers work will always be remembered in the same way he didn't want the veterans to be forgotten well done
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