There was something called The Surname Society which might suit your needs better than the Guild.
I've no idea whether it's still in existence.
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Previously Westminster parish registers have been available on Findmypast. This wasn't very convenient for researchers because other London parish registers are on Ancestry.
16-12-2020 3:47 PM
But you don't necessarily need the reference to order a certificate.
I don't see it as a matter of disputing the will.
The executor needs to get control of the deceased persons assets which might be scattered around various bank and investment accounts and which...
There's a book "British civilians interned by the Japanese in World War Two" prepared by the Association of British Civilian Internees Far East Region.
There's a replica of the...
15-11-2020 1:54 PM
Well, not quite true. Ancestry 1841 England Census...Browse...County=Lancashire...Civil Parish=Manchester...Sub-registration District=Heaton Norris
If you provide the details, we'll let you know whether we're baffled.
22-09-2020 1:05 PM
Still doesn't work for me.
22-09-2020 7:12 AM
Here's a related resource (the link in the above site doesn't work)
19-09-2020 7:58 AM
12-09-2020 10:42 AM
So not an ancestor, then.
12-09-2020 10:14 AM
Doesn't the birth certificate of one of the children provide enough information to track down the marriage?
Never seen that before. Or is my brain playing up again?
Anyone else got any thoughts on that?
National Archives catalogue -
For further advice, see the research guide -
Various editions of the Army List are available online free of charge from a few sources eg Internet Archive & National Library of Scotland.
Date of birth 14 Jan 1858, according to the baptism register for St Martins. I don't know where 1857 came from.
But Wessex Vale Crematorium (opened in 2009) is privately run so the council won't have their records.
Try approaching Wessex Vale directly or perhaps try Southampton Council.
01-09-2020 9:34 AM
Someset is quite a big county.
I can't easily spot him in the 1911 census.Can you please provide the reference or sufficient details to allow us to find him.
Yes. I did mean 1901. Sorry.
In the 1891 census, have a look at Jemima JONES in Chirk.
20-08-2020 4:26 PM
Has anyone got access to the Army Lists for that period and can find their way around them? I'm wondering if there might be a clue in there.
They may not be available for any member of the public to browse through but individual records can be extracted by staff under Freedom of Information. I would advise you to contact London...
20-08-2020 7:18 AM
Not sure about that. I think SCAO was Senior Civil Affairs Officer - part of the Directorate of Civil Affairs. In Belgium this would have been a fairly transient job while the normal civil...
You need to get the certificate. Are you not intending to do so?
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