No, Peter, my apologies. You are absolutely correct. My 1660 map of the City shows Broken Wharfe and Brookes Wharfe as two separate landings, on either side of the parish boundary of St Mary Somerset...
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16-11-2013 2:45 PM
Sorry, but Brook's Wharf is in the parish of St Mary Somerset (adjacent to St Michael Queenhithe). I've done a fair bit of work on that parish :smile5:
ADDED - Or am I confusing it with Broken...
18-10-2013 2:21 PM
Geneius, thanks for the link. I'm new here :wink5:
Post #96 of the earlier thread says ...
... so I would still recommend having the Bishop of London's International Memoranda searched, as...
18-10-2013 1:57 PM
What was his occupation?
If he was in the army, and if you know his regiment, you can have the GRO Regimental Marriages searched. These records are not indexed and not online. For the standard...
19. dec(ease)d Tenn pounds Six pounds ...
31, Testam(en)t they Receiveing my debts and paying the same
Tip: A superscript letter indicates that letters have been omitted immediately before, so...
The missing word is raysed
... and to be raysed out of my p(er)sonall estate ...
28-09-2013 2:49 PM
In England up to 1752, the new year began on 25 March (Lady Day). From 1753 onwards, it began on 1 January. Church registers and genealogical indexes are inconsistent in how they handle this, which...
What is the exact place of birth given on the certificate? If it was Ivy House, in Mare Street, this was the precursor of the Hackney Mothers' Hospital and was run by the Salvation Army (see the link...
National Probate Calendar 1951
AMES [or] DEAN-AMES Reginald John otherwise Alec Ashley or AMES Alec Ashley or DEAN Reginald John of Lyndor Green-street Sunbury-on-Thames Middlesex died 1 May 1951...
The codes are of two types. Some refer to the burial fee ('duty', 'half duty'), others to the ground where buried.
G 1/2 D C Yd = Great Half Duty, Chapel Yard
2d Reg. Hospital = 2nd...
28-03-2012 2:21 PM
Colin, what follows is only my personal view, and others may disagree.
Your efforts to prove this relationship have been superhuman. Nevertheless, I personally would not be convinced that Harry...
Go back to the catalogue search page.
Click Advanced Search
In the Finding No. box, enter the callmark - Q21/6/1 (nothing else)
Have you tried the search strategy suggested in post #18 above?
From the Results page, each callmark is a live blue link leading to the full catalogue description of each item. (Note this a...
His WW1 draft registration card has the birthdate 19 Feb 1899 and (I think) a birthplace of Germany, but the image is very hard to read.
His US Naturalization card (issued 1954? Boston) has the...
27-03-2012 3:25 PM
The marriage is indexed on FamilySearch under DEMELLE
name: John James DEMELLE
birth date: 1854
name: Beatrice Christiana MARTIN
birth date: 1858
marriage date: 16 May 1877...
Meshach IZARD died in 1856, and his will was proved in 1857 -- click here. If you haven't already ruled him out, the will might be worth a look in case it mentions other family members.
Have you tried to tie him in with Meshach IZARD, born around 1782 and living in Stoke Newington High Street in 1851? Meshach was said to be born in Ware, Herts.
HO107/1503 folio 51 page 1 (TNA,...
27-03-2012 12:40 PM
For members' information, there is a separate thread on John ISZARD here.
26-03-2012 11:03 PM
I wonder if this site might help you at all? It has quite a number of online databases for genealogy in the Bremen area.
Hi Craig, and welcome to the forums. :seeya:
This forum is just for saying 'Hi', so I've copied your post to the General Family History Forum. You seem to have a pretty wide-ranging international...
Quoting the census references (as requested above) helps our members to help you.
1901 - RG13/284 folio 22 page 36
1911 - RG14/1374 SN278
There are two MORLEY families here. I wonder if you should be looking instead at Martin aged 36 and Catherine aged 22 as Maria's parents (folio 15 page 22)?
I think Martin MORLEY married Catherine...
I followed this family through yesterday, wondering if this might possibly be the same Charles who later married Mary, since everything except the father's name fits.
But this other Charles is...
There are some notes on the last page of the ED about omitted schedules, but I don't think they relate to this page.
It may imply that a schedule is missing. Even if that's right, it doesn't help much with the quest. :frown5:
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