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    The familysearch record is just someone else's...

    The familysearch record is just someone else's conclusion without any factual evidence, although having seen the burial (but no baptism) for Richard son of William & Mary in 1722 then it does make it...
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    Following on from my last post, there is a will...

    Following on from my last post, there is a will in 1707 of a Richard Herbert of Monks Kirby, Warwickshire. This mentions a brother Thomas, whose son was named Richard, and also a brother John, plus...
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    Could you tell us why you think his parents were...

    Could you tell us why you think his parents were Richard & Mary, and why you think he was born in Kimcote (I can't see any baptism there for him).

    A Mary Herbert of Leicester left a will in 1702,...
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    Scotland's People has the marriage as Peter Duff...

    Scotland's People has the marriage as Peter Duff & Janet McLean 22 May 1831, so I think McLaren is just a typo somewhere.
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    Peter left a will, which may or may not help: ...

    Peter left a will, which may or may not help:

    Duff, Peter
    15/3/1889
    formerly Coal Merchant, afterwards residing in Kinnoull Causeway, Perth, d. 11/12/1888 at Perth, testate
    Perth Sheriff Court,...
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    Hi Soozi Its certainly possible that Duff &...

    Hi Soozi

    Its certainly possible that Duff & McDuff could be the same family - one of my relatives is recorded under the surnames Toole & O'Toole with one husband, and Mann (Mahon) & McMahon with...
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    A photocopy is fine.

    A photocopy is fine.
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    Sorry, I don't know what you mean by "a report on...

    Sorry, I don't know what you mean by "a report on the Royal Engineers site" - which website is this please?

    I also suspected the family in Pickering, particularly as John Sr was a stonemason and...
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    He would usually have to serve 21 years to...

    He would usually have to serve 21 years to receive a pension. If he attested below age, then those years would not count towards pension.

    You mentioned conflicting information, but haven't...
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    I'm assuming it is him, as in 1861 he appears to...

    I'm assuming it is him, as in 1861 he appears to be a sapper, No. 2618, with the Columbian Detachment Royal Engineers in British Columbia.

    What is the conflicting information you have?
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    You dont provide any information as to where he...

    You dont provide any information as to where he is in 1851, or his age in the census, so its difficult for us to find the man you're referring to.

    However, unless he served long enough to receive...
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    I thought the same, but if she is the Susannah...

    I thought the same, but if she is the Susannah Gilbert who married John Ham 1862, Oxford, then I think her children have the mmn SMITH
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    I wonder if this birth & death is in some way...

    I wonder if this birth & death is in some way connected to the family:

    Birth: GILBERT, MARIA (no mmn) GRO Reference: 1862 J Quarter in HEADINGTON UNION Volume 03A Page 540
    Death: GILBERT,...
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    The only John Gilbert, Wire Worker I can find on...

    The only John Gilbert, Wire Worker I can find on the census is in 1851 at Hanley Castle, Upton on Severn, aged 37, unmarried, and born Scotland - HO107, Piece 2043, Folio 242, Page 19

    Wire Workers...
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    From the information you've given and the lack of...

    From the information you've given and the lack of the 1914/15 star, I'd say its highly likely that he was a conscript (ie joined after 1916) rather than a volunteer. Although early volunteers were...
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    My immediate thought was Lawson.

    My immediate thought was Lawson.
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    Previous thread on same subject under a different...

    Previous thread on same subject under a different user name: https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/68798-Newman-Brickwall?highlight=
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    Previous post for reference:...

    Previous post for reference: https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/94895-Elusive-grandad

    Its possible that Emily may be related to John McDuff, who says in the 1891 census that he was...
  19. Its mentioned on the record card on page 5 of his...

    Its mentioned on the record card on page 5 of his Canadian service record:

    Dang[erously] ill 57 CCS Nov 30 1918
    Dat(?) 57 CCS Dec 2/18 Influenza

    So it looks like he died at 57 CCS (Casualty...
  20. In 1901 the family was at 7 Dudding Hall Lane,...

    In 1901 the family was at 7 Dudding Hall Lane, Willesden, although John gives a different PoB

    John Richardson 50 Widower, Road Sweeper b Grays, Essex
    William 18
    Clara 15
    Albert 10
    George 8
    ...
  21. FindmyPast has a 1907Militia Attestation for an...

    FindmyPast has a 1907Militia Attestation for an Albert Edward Richardson, who then joined the regular army on 19 Sep 1907, only it wasnt the RFA, it was the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (on...
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    Thanks Christina - I misunderstood Manny's...

    Thanks Christina - I misunderstood Manny's question about FMP and wrongly though it was about the specific record.
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    Yes, you should be able to see the record on FMP....

    Yes, you should be able to see the record on FMP. There's a 'correct' way to do it, but I'm lazy and just used the main search screen & typed in his name, birth year, and in the 'where' box I just...
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    John's service number was with the 11th Regiment...

    John's service number was with the 11th Regiment of Foot was 3192.

    Born Kilmean, Mayo
    Attested at Liverpool 23 Dec 1852 aged 17 years & 10 months. Service towards pension began 23 Feb 1853...
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    The full baptism record is on FMP and shows John...

    The full baptism record is on FMP and shows John as a private in the 1/11 Regiment, ie 1st Battalion of the 11th regiment of foot.

    The birth is also in the GRO Regimental Birth Indices, so can be...
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