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    Having read through all the various answers: ...

    Having read through all the various answers:

    1. The date of death that you have started with comes from Agnes's death certificate. That would have been given to the registrar by whoever...
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    Assuming that the DoB that you have is accurate...

    Assuming that the DoB that you have is accurate then there are not that many possibilities.

    Her birth should have been registered in either the last quarter of 1881 or the the first quarter of...
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    This guide from the National Archives might help...

    This guide from the National Archives might help you:

    http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/help-with-your-research/research-guides/birth-marriage-death-sea-or-abroad/
  4. Thank you Lesley!

    Thank you Lesley!
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    Emeltee thanks for your help, but I had spent the...

    Emeltee thanks for your help, but I had spent the last hour or so working it all out and the parish register copies from Findmypast.
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    Well I thought that I would update everyone on...

    Well I thought that I would update everyone on the outcome of this.

    Following Jomot1's suggestion I rang Pembrokeshire County Council and asked them to search out a birth certificate based on the...
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    As Pam and Phillip have said divorce was...

    As Pam and Phillip have said divorce was expensive and therefore effectively unavailable to most ordinary people. What this led to was what today would be considered a shocking number of cases of...
  8. I don't think that there are a any online court...

    I don't think that there are a any online court records for cases after the mid 1930s. You could try the London Metropolitan Archives to see what they hold, or the National Archives.

    There are...
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    In terms of the first marriage for James I think...

    In terms of the first marriage for James I think that there are probably about 4 possibilities in the West Country all around 1851/1852. However, you may not know that you can ask the General...
  10. Thanks to the newspaper find from Jomot1 which I...

    Thanks to the newspaper find from Jomot1 which I went looking for, as its an extremely wet afternoon here in Lancashire, I found another newspaper article from a snappily entitled publication...
  11. Hi helachau You have the right William. I...

    Hi helachau

    You have the right William.

    I have just been updating that part of the family tree which I haven't look at for a long time.

    Unfortunately William's dad, John and his brother...
  12. Thank you for that Jomot1. Very useful...

    Thank you for that Jomot1. Very useful information.
  13. Thanks to both Pam and Almach. I had seen the...

    Thanks to both Pam and Almach.

    I had seen the 1901 census before, but I am not 100 per cent convinced by it, because there are two other possibilities. One is William Henry Couzens born in 1873,...
  14. Deciphering the original 1911 return

    Looking for a little bit of help reading something on the original return:
    Reference is: RG14; Piece: 33194; Schedule Number: 19
    I am looking at William Cousens age 39 (born about 1872) Johnson,...
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    Well I received the Will She made the will 8...

    Well I received the Will

    She made the will 8 days before she died, and she left her "wedding ring watch and gold chain" to one son, and her "keeper ring and silver chain" to her other son. Her...
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    I've seen the two baptisms and I am very tempted...

    I've seen the two baptisms and I am very tempted by the former although I've never seen her use a middle name.

    Oh why weren't they literate, why didn't leave a family bible? But then again where...
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    Well I have rung them and placed and order and...

    Well I have rung them and placed and order and now I shall wait and see - and let you know what happens.
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    I can't try the local registrar as I live in...

    I can't try the local registrar as I live in Lancashire.
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    FMP are no better. ...

    FMP are no better.

    https://www.british-genealogy.com/threads/93634-search-tip

    Frankly after I spoke to them to be told that the descrepancy in numbers is due to transcriptions errors ought to...
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    Identifying my gt gt gt grandmother?

    My great great grandmother was Elizabeth Williams born around 1843 around Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire.
    You can see I know a lot about her!:lol:

    She married George Cozens (he spells his surname...
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    On tender hooks ...

    I've not been a great fan of Ancestry's "shaky leaves" in the past, particularly when dealing with Welsh surnames, you get far too many eroneous hints. However about a week ago I noticed that they...
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    If was 18 or older in 1942 then he may well have...

    If was 18 or older in 1942 then he may well have been conscripted.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conscription_in_the_United_Kingdom

    I don't for certain but I feel sure that in the 1930s etc...
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    If they were Baptists, then the only baptisms...

    If they were Baptists, then the only baptisms that will be found will be for adults, as they believe in only baptizing those whose can assert their beliefs, which of course infants can't. When they...
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    This is a very good point which I should have...

    This is a very good point which I should have thought of before. One of my 6 x gt uncles was a man called John Gambold (1711 - 1771) who was the first British bishop of the Moravian church and his...
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    As you say it is intriguing because as you say...

    As you say it is intriguing because as you say there are records for Julius Thomas Pampe, his children and his father Juilius Peter, but virtually nothing in respect of Thomas Julius Pampe.

    His...
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