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    Did he make his way back home?

    Did he make his way back home?
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    In 1851 gold had been discovered in Victoria so a...

    In 1851 gold had been discovered in Victoria so a convict with a ticket of leave,and being a bit of a lad,would find a way to cross Bass Strait.
  3. Thread: Copyright ?

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    Copyright ?

    Folks,
    I have just been reading a transcription of the will of an ancestor and noticed a warning as a footnote.Webmaster was suggesting that if his transcription was posted to any subscription sites...
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    Seems to be a lot of Kendal batches not released....

    Seems to be a lot of Kendal batches not released.
    http://www.archersoftware.co.uk/igi/
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    When and where were their children born? Have...

    When and where were their children born?
    Have you found them on English census?
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    Might be worth a look here....

    Might be worth a look here.
    https://bmdregisters.co.uk/
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    Pam, One of the trees will be mine which is...

    Pam,
    One of the trees will be mine which is mostly wrong!I was unaware of another Thomas and Ann until i was given hints for Ann and realised my error.I suspect that even the original PR's will not...
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    Maxfield/Crofts

    Folks,
    I have the following people from Longbridge Deverill causing me some confusion.
    Thomas Maxfield b 1777 s/o Stephen and Elizabeth,my line.
    Thomas Maxfield b 1776 s/o William and Mary
    Ann...
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    Might be worth a look here....

    Might be worth a look here.
    https://bmdregisters.co.uk/
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    I needed to vent after having spent 37 minutes on...

    I needed to vent after having spent 37 minutes on the phone with Ancestry.Their lack of empathy concerned me in that i am a long time paying member with a fair knowledge of genealogy and they treated...
  11. You cite Kingswinford then Walsall as her place...

    You cite Kingswinford then Walsall as her place of death,where were they living in 1841?
  12. Not certain,but i believe transcribers are told...

    Not certain,but i believe transcribers are told to use what is in front of them,no corrections or adjustments.
    GRO will have age recorded at death....
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    Ancestry Search

    Folks,
    Since 2015 i have worked on a one place study for the parish of Yaxley,Huntingdonshire and using a CD of PR's i have traced some five thousand people who were born,married or died there,along...
  14. Freereg has the information....

    Freereg has the information.
    https://www.freereg.org.uk/
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    Have you tried a refresh of that page?

    Have you tried a refresh of that page?
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    Pam, 1871 census,living in Aston,Warwickshire...

    Pam,
    1871 census,living in Aston,Warwickshire
    William Hallam 37,bricklayer,born Nottingham
    Harriet Hallam,37,born Stafford
    Another tree has marriage on 21 Oct 1865,Christ Church,Burton Upon...
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    Suggest you search for William prior to his...

    Suggest you search for William prior to his marriage,census should include his parents and then look for his baptism.
    William's profile on your Ancestry tree shows mostly records for his daughter!
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    I have a Sutton family from Carlisle,Cumberland.

    I have a Sutton family from Carlisle,Cumberland.
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    You don't say which county events occurred in so...

    You don't say which county events occurred in so you might start here.
    http://www.archersoftware.co.uk/igi/
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    David, From familysearch,could this be Jane?...

    David,
    From familysearch,could this be Jane?
    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VFDF-2QS
    Maybe her father died and her mother re-married!
    Eric
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    The electoral rolls for the period are available...

    The electoral rolls for the period are available but,from memory,can only be searched by family name.
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    All this proves is that Ancestry has the most...

    All this proves is that Ancestry has the most effective advertising allowing people without time or efficient research skills to build a tree.
  23. Might get a lead here....

    Might get a lead here.
    http://db.theclergydatabase.org.uk
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    Familysearch.org has the baptism,son of William...

    Familysearch.org has the baptism,son of William and Elizabeth,batch number I012582,film number 2145475 which covers Hayes,Keston and Orpington.
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    Who is the informant on the death certificate?...

    Who is the informant on the death certificate?
    From certificate,how many years in colony?
    Children should be listed on certificate.
    Have you checked Lan OPC for detail of marriage?
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