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    Just some info to get us started 1891 RG12 Piece...

    Just some info to get us started
    1891 RG12 Piece 334 Folio 46 page 41
    No 92 tenement Arnold's building, Poplar
    James Lawrence 48 general labourer Salford, Lancashire
    Marian Lawrence 44 King's...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums John I...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums John
    I have removed your phone number for privacy and safety reasons. You can contact Leigh and exchange email and phone numbers by using the Private Message...
  3. What a fantastic result for you DebbieAnn. Your...

    What a fantastic result for you DebbieAnn. Your perseverance has been rewarded. :smile5:
    Also thank you for coming back and letting us know about your find, it encourages us to keep on helping...
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    There is a public tree on ancestry which has this...

    There is a public tree on ancestry which has this information about your George John

    Spouse Elizabeth Ann Martin
    Father - John Henry Weeks (Weekes)
    Mother - Charlotte Shingleston (Shinglestone,...
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    There is this birth registration on the GRO index...

    There is this birth registration on the GRO index
    George John WEEKS, mother's maiden name Shingleton
    GRO Reference: 1841 December Quarter registration district ISLE OF THANET Vol 5 Page 410
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    I may have found Cecily Jack and her sister Ann...

    I may have found Cecily Jack and her sister Ann in the 1851 census.
    1851
    110 Holm St Barony Lanarkshire
    John Motherwell 39 Occupation - Smith. born Campsie, Stirlingshire
    Mary Ann Motherwell 40...
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    Ok so your common ancestor is your great great...

    Ok so your common ancestor is your great great great grandfather James Jack and his wife Ann Bowman? Your great great grandmother Margaret is their daughter and they are descended from Marion their...
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    In your first post you say that your James Jack...

    In your first post you say that your James Jack was born c1895 so from the baptisms I found on the ScotlandsPeople index the only possible parents are Thomas Jack and Margaret Forrester.

    We may...
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    Assuming that the baptism I found for James Jack...

    Assuming that the baptism I found for James Jack with parents Thomas Jack and Margaret Forrester is your ancestor I used ScotlandsPeople free index to search for siblings of James between the dates...
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    This article...

    This article may explain why Margaret went to Ireland but the Irish famine was on the horizon so not a good move.
    When you say 1% do you mean 1cM? Have you seen this chart which helps work out what...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums. Do...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums.

    Do you have any indication from the DNA results of the relationship you share to the Jack family eg 4th, 5th, 6th cousins? This will help in knowing how...
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    Thanks for letting us know about this wimsey....

    Thanks for letting us know about this wimsey.
    Christina
  13. M351287 James Comiskey record is also on The...

    M351287 James Comiskey record is also on The National Archives site which is probably where Forces War Records obtained it. ancestry.com don't have a James Comiskey with that service number only an...
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    Raymond Martin Claxton Edwards Baptism - 1...

    Raymond Martin Claxton Edwards
    Baptism - 1 September 1889
    Birth 19 July 1889
    Peckham St Jude, Southwark
    Father - William Thomas Edwards Occupation Veterinary Surgeon
    Mother - Ellen Harriet...
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    Hi Mitch Using FreeBMD with the June 1/4 1853,...

    Hi Mitch
    Using FreeBMD with the June 1/4 1853, birth year as 1851, Poplar reg district, no first or surnames entered, there are no results for a surname anything like Jamieson/Emmerson. Using the...
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    Thanks for the hint about the left hand arrow...

    Thanks for the hint about the left hand arrow wimsey, I hadn't noticed that before. The problem I have is that where it asks, at the bottom of the hints page, 'Would you like to save this information...
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    Hi Eric When you say 'hints' do you mean those...

    Hi Eric
    When you say 'hints' do you mean those that appear down the right hand side when using the 'search facility or those that appear for people on your personal tree?
    Christina
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    Hi Jayne and welcome to the Brit-Gen forums Must...

    Hi Jayne and welcome to the Brit-Gen forums
    Must admit I had to look up QARANC = The Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps so I have learned something new today and it is only &;30 am here in...
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    London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965...

    London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965
    2 Copenhagen Street Islington South West
    Joseph Kinsella and Sarah Kinsella, also Victor and Melia Auld.

    ancestry has a transcription entry for a...
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    London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965...

    London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965
    At 39 Burns Road Harlesden
    1946 Elizabeth M Kinsella, Mary A O'Connor, Michael Connor (image name), Mary C Fahey, Thomas Flynn and Michael McCarthy...
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    Do yo have a death date for Sarah...

    Do yo have a death date for Sarah Kinsella/Carroll?

    I did see this one which would mean Sadie gave birth to Gerald when she was 17 and of course Sarah Carroll is not an uncommon name but the...
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    Hi This post has a lot of information we would...

    Hi
    This post has a lot of information we would need to help with your brickwall which your other post doesn't have here https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/95443-Hello?highlight= so I...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Derek. I...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Derek.
    I see you have already posted about your Grandad and received a reply. Forums are a great help arent' they and they do stop us from becoming fixated on...
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    No John needn't have given the surname Barnes on...

    No John needn't have given the surname Barnes on his marriage certificate as many others didn't or said they were widowed when they weren't.

    We now know the boy's births were registered with the...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums If you...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    If you came to us from Forces War records this 'sticky' will explain the connection.

    WW11 service records are still held by the MoD but you can apply for...
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