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    Early 19th Century Records

    I was researching convict records to Australia, and came across something that may be of interest to people research early 19th military ancestors.

    Ships taking convicts to Australia, and other...
  2. They are two separate boys. Births 1876 Sept...

    They are two separate boys.

    Births
    1876 Sept Quarter Camberwell Volume 1d Page 744
    1877 Sept Quarter Brighton Volume 2b Page 252

    Both have mother's maiden name as Mahoney

    Deaths
    1876 Dec...
  3. What you appear to have is micro FICHE as opposed...

    What you appear to have is micro FICHE as opposed to film which would be on a continuous strip on a reel.

    To view either you need a specialist reader for each. They may well available at your...
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    You're welcome. I think with a bit more time...

    You're welcome.

    I think with a bit more time using the Flintshire Parish Records that Findmypast have you may be able to even further back. If you don't have a subscription to Findmypast your...
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    William Pierce Born 6 Jan 1830 Bapt 3 Mar Northop...

    William Pierce Born 6 Jan 1830 Bapt 3 Mar Northop as PEERS
    Elisabeth Pierce Born 19 Sept 1831 Bapt 22 Sept Northop
    Mary Pierce Born 25 Dec 1833 Bapt 8 Jan 1834 Northop
    Catherine Pierce Born 1 Dec...
  6. Well presumably you have a limited time...

    Well presumably you have a limited time subscription, so you could page turn the parish register to see if there is any other name that appears that looks like it ......
  7. The information that Family Search has been...

    The information that Family Search has been garnered by their members from the same records that Findmypast has. It's just that they did it many years earlier!
  8. These records are also available on Findmypast...

    These records are also available on Findmypast under "Yorkshire Marriages".

    However, for some unknown reason this particular marriage is not catalogued in the search index BUT it can be found by...
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    No. Mary was probably getting some form of parish...

    No. Mary was probably getting some form of parish (poor) relief, so it is the churchwardens and overseers of the poor (do gooders) of the township of Livesey who go after James Williams, and indeed...
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    First let me start out with an apology. My...

    First let me start out with an apology. My conclusion in my last post last night (#8) was wrong, so I am sorry.

    After posting that there was something that was nagging at me and so I had to go...
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    In my view there were two separate families. One...

    In my view there were two separate families. One PIERCE and the other PEERS.

    I have reached this conclusion after checking the censuses, which I agree seem to confuse the two, and don't seem to...
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    In my view there were two separate families. One...

    In my view there were two separate families. One PIERCE and the other PEERS.

    I have reached this conclusion after checking the censuses, which I agree seem to confuse the two, and don't seem to...
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    You are taking his father's name as Joseph from...

    You are taking his father's name as Joseph from marriage certificate? Do you have anything else to corroborate that?

    Unfortunately you can't discount the possibility of an error being made on...
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    Joseph Pierce birth registered Holywell D quarter...

    Joseph Pierce birth registered Holywell D quarter 1852 Volume 11B Page 251 mother's maiden name Foulkes.

    I can't for now see a marriage record between Foulkes and Pierce.

    1871 census Piece...
  15. A member of the Dyfedd Rootsweb list has set up...

    A member of the Dyfedd Rootsweb list has set up an alternative list which is independent of Rootsweb. According to the administrator of the Dyfedd Rootsweb list, Rootsweb simply suggest that people...
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    Thanks for letting us know Paul. The only sure...

    Thanks for letting us know Paul.

    The only sure way to identify a father, even if one is named on a birth certificate, would be through DNA!:rofl:
  17. Firstly Bootle is and was not in Cumberland....

    Firstly Bootle is and was not in Cumberland. Bootle is part of Liverpool and so would have been in Lancashire.

    Secondly if you do an internet search for "Bibby Pott Bootle" whilst I did not get...
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    I THINK that Third cousins have the same great...

    I THINK that

    Third cousins have the same great great grandparents

    First cousin 3 times removed would be a first cousin of a great grandparent

    So on that basis it's the latter. However I...
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    If it was a personal letter from the King then my...

    If it was a personal letter from the King then my guess would be that if a copy exists it might be in the Royal Archives.

    This is a link to the web site and I would suggest that you try contacting...
  20. Hello Robert Welcome First you need to know...

    Hello Robert

    Welcome

    First you need to know that in England births are supposed to be registered within 3 months. All the registers of births are kept by something known as the GRO, and what...
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    GRO registration link ...

    GRO registration link


    https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/register.asp?UserType=Individual
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    It looks to me that between us we have cracked it...

    It looks to me that between us we have cracked it depending upon why Paul, the original poster, thought that Fred was Francis's dad.
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    Along with Pam I have been doing some digging. ...

    Along with Pam I have been doing some digging.

    Why do you think Fred was his father? They never appear together on any census.

    Cecily died in 1895 and she and Fred had 3 children:
    Bertram...
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    Where was Mary Ann christened? I am a little...

    Where was Mary Ann christened?

    I am a little bit confused by "potential father" and Charles Wilde? Can you elaborate a little bit further and is there a difference ?

    I look at the link for the...
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    Allies interned by Germany WW2

    The National Archives have been digitizing these records and recently released a very informative blog on the subject. Hopefully I have managed to copy the link correctly ....
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