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  1. Belfort Street, now lost to redevelopment. ...

    Belfort Street, now lost to redevelopment.

    https://maps.nls.uk/view/102339522

    Upper central section of map; between West Craven Street and Phoebe Street and south of Robert Hall Street.

    Peter
  2. Thread: Army badge

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    It's the badge of the British 14th Army. ...

    It's the badge of the British 14th Army.

    Wikipedia has details of the 14th's composition and theatres of war.

    Peter
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    The other one could be Tott. an abbreviation of...

    The other one could be Tott. an abbreviation of Tottington, which is about 5k north west of Bury.

    Peter
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    From the above article: “All records held in...

    From the above article:

    “All records held in New Register House have been digitised and where open to public access, can be accessed online via our ScotlandsPeople website.”

    Peter
  5. Hopefully this will back up what has already been...

    Hopefully this will back up what has already been posted:

    There is a Rev Charles Richard de Havilland on the Guernsey Census for 1881 and 1891. His age correlates to a birth in 1823/4.

    In 1881...
  6. James and Ambrose are proving to be elusive! ...

    James and Ambrose are proving to be elusive!

    There is evidence that Georgina and Geraldine both married U.S. Servicemen and each had at least one child in this country before emigrating to USA.
    ...
  7. These may well be siblings to Ambrose and James:...

    These may well be siblings to Ambrose and James:

    Georgina C E DUCK b. 1916 Weymouth Q2 5A 551
    Geraldine T DUCK b. 1919 Bristol Q4 6A 187
    Gordon G DUCK b. 1928 Bristol Q4 6A 148 all with...
  8. FMP has an Ambrose G DUCK b. 1921 Bristol Q1 6A...

    FMP has an Ambrose G DUCK b. 1921 Bristol Q1 6A 155 mother's maiden name AMES.

    I think this is a mistranscription and the initial should be C not G.

    Also
    James DUCK b. 1919 Bristol Q1 6A 87...
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    Have you noticed that Augusta's condition on the...

    Have you noticed that Augusta's condition on the 1851 Census is recorded as 'unmarried'? If true it would explain the absence of marriage records!

    I'm probably going off on a flight of fancy here...
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    Hampshire parish records can be searched at...

    Hampshire parish records can be searched at FHS-Online.

    There is a record for a Lydia ETHERIDGE baptised in Winnall in 1712.

    The bad news is that a subscription is required to view further...
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    Elizabeth Sutherland is listed as a widow on the...

    Elizabeth Sutherland is listed as a widow on the 1851 Census, so presumably Walter died sometime between 1841 and 1851.

    Searching Scotland's People for burials of any Walter Sutherland between...
  12. If you look at the image attached to the...

    If you look at the image attached to the Lincolnshire Baptisms entry (FMP), the name appears to have been altered (overwritten). I think it's been altered from Anne to Jane but it could be the other...
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    When I was browsing Caithness maps, I noticed a...

    When I was browsing Caithness maps, I noticed a Clan Gunn Museum and Heritage Centre in Latheron.

    The Clan Gunn Society has a website:
    https://www
    .clangunnsociety.org/heritage-centre/

    and...
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    Ausdale is listed as “a hamlet and rivulet in SE...

    Ausdale is listed as “a hamlet and rivulet in SE Caithness, 4m south-west of Berriedale”

    This could well be Ousdale on modern maps,which is located north-east of Helmsdale, on the A9.

    Rinsary,...
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    The Elizabeth BRUNNING in the Blything Union...

    The Elizabeth BRUNNING in the Blything Union workhouse is listed as 'not born in county'. If you are sure of your Elizabeth's birth in South Elmham, then they are less likely to be the same person.
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    Thomas Bennett birth 26th May 1833

    Registered Holyhead
    Father Benjamin Bennett, mariner.
    Mother Marg. Bennett, formerly Hewitt.
  17. Sarah Ann Roberts birth 30th September 1876

    Registered St Mary, Birmingham.
    Mother Harriet Roberts, thimble burnisher.
    No father named.
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    Ann Roberts birth 10th December 1875

    Registered at St Thomas, Birmingham.
    Father Henry Roberts, saddler.
    Mother Mary Ann, formerly Watkins.
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    I think it's an abbreviation of The King's...

    I think it's an abbreviation of The King's Regulations and Air Council Instructions for the Royal Air Force 1943, i.e. K R + A C I.

    If you fancy reading them (1497 pages!), they're on Forces War...
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    There is a property showing on G**gle maps as...

    There is a property showing on G**gle maps as Bejowans Cottage. Search for Cubert, Newquay, and the property is about 1K to the north of Cubert on Lewannick Road. It seems to be one of three...
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    Thomas Roberts and Annie Mary Laver 1892

    Marriage at Plumstead Parish Church.
    Thomas's father William (deceased) a Royal Marine.
    Annie's father George, a labourer.
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    Mary Bennett death certificate 1853

    Registered Whitehaven, Cumberland. Died aged 16, daughter of Francis Bennett, a coalbagger.
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    John Bennett death certificate 1897

    Registered LLangefni, Anglesey. Died at 9 weeks old. Son of John Bennett, farm labourer.
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    Ellen Roberts birth certificate 1875

    Registered St Peter, Birmingham. Parents James Roberts and Elizabeth formerly Davies.
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    A John TOUGH married Mary BEGG on 31st December...

    A John TOUGH married Mary BEGG on 31st December 1798 in Aberdeen.

    A James TOUGH married Margaret GORDON on 9th June 1821 at Old Machar.

    Both are Church of Scotland marriages.

    Images of the...
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