I know a lady at my local FHS who volunteers at the local family search centre and I am sure that I have heard her say that she has done research on behalf of others, but like anyone we are all...
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I agree with Alma’s post #6. If you look at the 1851 census listed they have their grandson James Mellor living with them.
I am sure that you know that Peter Smith married Mary...
Whilst James and Zechariah were probably related I don't think that you can assume that James was his father. It's just as likely that he was his uncle, I.e. brother of Mary Mellor.
Completely agree with you. If trees have no sources, no matter how tempting they are I ignore them.
I have just been re-reading the whole thread and realise that one might think that there is a conflict with the age given for Sarah in the censuses and the date of 1822 marriage. Prior to 1929 the...
05-11-2019 11:57 PM
In the 1911 Ann Roberts's place of birth has been transcribed as "Carnarvonshire (Caeathraw)". The actual spelling is CAEATHRO. You will see that its a small village on the A4085 just outside...
05-11-2019 11:43 PM
Someone who was born in 1872 was NOT too old to have been in WW1.
I have been transcribing some records for a local history project recently have come across the records of a number of men in...
I have now found some more baptisms:
Aberystwyth, St Michael & All Angels
19 Nov 1826 - James
15 Mar 1829 - Evan
24 Mar 1833 – Mary
12 Oct 1834 – Morris
No it's not that bad - you haven't got a Jones nor do you seem to have hit the patronymics! :wacko::ciappa:
John was baptised 17 Nov 1840 at St Michael's and All Angels, Aberystwyth, and his...
As a nurse it is likely that she would have been registered somewhere and Ancestry have a collection of nursing registers taken from the Royal College of Nursing covering the period...
03-11-2019 8:39 AM
Not that I am aware of. You could try the National Archives site to see if they have any information.
Ancestry only has death indexes up to 2005.
Manchester central library has microfiches going up to either 2013 or 2015.
It may be a transitional issue, but at the moment once your in and working on a thread you find that you've lost the top bar showing the button to go to other forums. The only way to get to that is...
I was going to suggest that you phone them, but as you are looking for Welsh ancestors I might be more cautious with that based on my dealings with them.
However, one thing I noticed from your...
I'm guessing that your mum was born in New Zealand? If so I don't know what it contains, but from reading your post I'm not clear if you have a copy of it, because you seem unclear...
29-10-2019 6:43 AM
Bey could be a title:
If you are sure that this was your Doreen that I think that you will have to add the marriage certificate identified by Grisel in post 18 to your list to purchase! :wink5:
27-10-2019 2:00 PM
Unfortunately not for 2 reasons. Firstly UK censuses are only released after 100 years - 1939 has a lot of redacted records for those who are either not 100 years old or known to be dead - and...
27-10-2019 1:30 PM
In 1939 a sort of census was taken at the outbreak of world war 2. At that time a John and Lois Godfrey were living at 126 Kirkmanshulme Lane. Both were born in the early 1900s. I believe that her...
27-10-2019 1:21 PM
Kirkmanshulme Lane still exists - put it into something like Google maps. However it's Longsight, Manchester.
When you look at pictures of houses on that road they look as though they...
I have gone back to your original post and then looked at British criminal records to see if I could find more about Edward Con /Conn, as some prison hulk records can contain information about...
These will tell you when and where he was tried. Then armed with that information contact the record office nearest to the court to see what if any records they hold.
Whilst not wishing to add to anyone's confusion if my hypothesis that Leslie Arthur Clayton was born under another name was correct then the following might be worth thinking about.
In the 1950s...
There is no entry in the 1939 Register for a Leslie Arthur Clayton born 14 Oct 1914.
You could try buying the death certificate for William Augustus identified above to see what that says about...
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