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    Phillip, This research area in this family is...

    Phillip,

    This research area in this family is very new to me (about 2 weeks). There is a Michael Abrahamson died 1918 and Esther Abrahamson died 1905 on the GRO index.
    Regarding the Harry & Fanny...
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    Thanks Phillip, I had come across this question...

    Thanks Phillip,
    I had come across this question by chance, by entering a Google search for Padinay and Courland.
    On the Leeds Jewry you suggested there is the Abramson family as appears on the 1901...
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    Thank you Phillip, appreciate your guidance, I am...

    Thank you Phillip, appreciate your guidance, I am sure it will be helpful.
    Colin
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    Thank you Mitch, this is greatly helpful. Colin

    Thank you Mitch, this is greatly helpful.
    Colin
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    Russia or Poland

    Happy New Year!
    I have an Eastern European research interest but stuck on where from. In the 1901 census for Leeds it shows Michael Abramson, aged 35 a Tailor/Clothier born Russia as was his wife...
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    Hi Pam, thank you. I was delighted to get a full...

    Hi Pam, thank you. I was delighted to get a full story for Thomas Pinder Parkinson. As ever due to the information on certificates and fairly new for me finding family members on social media,...
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    To conclude this thread I have come across Mary...

    To conclude this thread I have come across Mary Ferguson Parkinson's niece, a Mrs C.S. She has kindly filled in the gaps and supplied me with a copy of a Rhodesia marriage certificate. Thomas Pinder...
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    Well I got really lucky. Able to trace Thomas &...

    Well I got really lucky. Able to trace Thomas & Ruth's son in Australia who kindly gave me some of the information and the death certificate from Scottish People confirmed some details. Incidentally...
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    Anyone interested in this thread I can confirm...

    Anyone interested in this thread I can confirm that Thomas Pinder Parkinson died 30 January 1984 aged 70 in Lamlash Isle of Arran. Death certificate shows his second wife Mary Ferguson Parkinson (nee...
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    wimsey, Thank you for your help. I think the...

    wimsey,
    Thank you for your help. I think the Cameron-Dow name arose early 1900's, an amalgamation of Cameron & Dow. I suspect all Cameron-Dow's are related some how but I am particularly interested...
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    Would place of birth on certificate/GRO help you?...

    Would place of birth on certificate/GRO help you? As Megan said, a little more information might be helpful.
    Colin
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    Wimsey, Thank you. I haven't come across...

    Wimsey,
    Thank you. I haven't come across Pamela's marriage in 1944 and Maria's in 1952. May I ask where you found these? I found the Thomas Pinder Parkinson & Even Ruth Cameron-Dow's marriage...
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    My frustration after finding possible DNA matches...

    My frustration after finding possible DNA matches a lot of folk do not post a family tree so difficult to see the likely match. Worse still, they have posted a tree, you can see the match, you...
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    Thank you for the replies. I had checked the...

    Thank you for the replies. I had checked the 'stickies' before posting my enquiry. They do look very informative but I don't think they are indexed? As I don't know when/where Thomas Pinder...
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    Thomas Pinder Parkinson

    Help wanted please! Looking for a death record for Thomas Pinder Parkinson (Pinder was a middle name). Thomas was born 27 Oct 1913 in India (son of a British soldier) and married Ruth Yvonne...
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    Thank you jen1302, this is the marriage record of...

    Thank you jen1302, this is the marriage record of which the marriage certificate is a copy, same details and hand writing. The Banns would have been prior to this and possible shown William & Mary...
  17. Thank you Elwyn, My best hope is Northern...

    Thank you Elwyn,
    My best hope is Northern Ireland based on what her daughter declared on the US census for 1930. I do wonder that under the circumstances I may never find Mary Jane's birthplace but...
  18. Hello Lesley, Thank you for your thoughts &...

    Hello Lesley,
    Thank you for your thoughts & comments.
    In the 1880 census Margaret is shown as Keeping House and not Head. If they were married would 'Horatio' appear as 'Head' and the others their...
  19. Anyone following this thread I have found...

    Anyone following this thread I have found Samuel's wife Margaret Eakins (nee Leonard) and the children in the 1880 census for Philadelphia as follows:-
    Margaret Whiteside 39 Keeping House born New...
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    I should have added the above reference refers to the 1930 census for Wayne Detroit.

    Colin
  21. Just to add anybody particularly looking for Mary...

    Just to add anybody particularly looking for Mary Jane Eakins birth direct other than in Ireland a daughter Adelaide M Salloway appears in the US census in Wayne Detroit with her daughter Martha P...
  22. Hi Christine, Mary Jane married William in 1853,...

    Hi Christine,
    Mary Jane married William in 1853, her father is shown as James Eakins, a weaver. William died in 1873 and Mary Jane married John Houston in 1876, on marriage certificate her father is...
  23. Samuel Eakins, born about 1830, elusive!

    I am researching the Eakins family as I descend from Mary Jane Eakins born Ireland 1832. Mary married William Parkinson and lived in England and in the 1861-1901 census indicates born Ireland but of...
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    Thank you RuthM0, grateful for the full and...

    Thank you RuthM0, grateful for the full and detailed reply. Much appreciated. I have done a couple of genealogical DNA tests, had some interesting replies but await the 'brickwalls' to be knocked...
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    Thank you Christina, very helpful and put our...

    Thank you Christina, very helpful and put our mind at rest prior to trying DNA testing.
    Colin
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