I apologise to members who check into the forum every day and are continuously greeted by this message, but I have to keep bumping it so that people who only check in irregularly are aware of the...
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20-01-2021 8:38 PM
Yes, it is machinist.
Not just BMD announcements, either.
I've recently found hubby's 2x great-granny mentioned as a witness, as well as a report about one of his 2x great-uncles being killed in a railway accident.
19-01-2021 8:46 PM
Another bump. :smile5:
I'm always boring people in the forum with the story of my great-grandfather who was baptised with his (presumed father's) surname on the same day as his parents married. Recorded in...
Just to confirm, the correct address in 1911 is 109 Penton PLace, KENNINGTON. (South of the river, while Kensington is north. :smile5:)
The address on the cover of the household schedule is written...
Bear with me on this.
In the 1851 and 1871 census James and Susan(na) are listed last but one in the schedule.
Check out the 1861 census page for a James, allegedly born 1783, living in...
18-01-2021 12:20 PM
No, there won't be for the moment, Steve.
We thought the problem had been solved, but unfortunately it was false hope. So back to the drawing board. :smile5:
17-01-2021 11:44 AM
17-01-2021 7:15 AM
Searching the online indexes on the GRO's own website shows that the mother's maiden name for that Ann Robert's birth registration is Ellis. Does that fit with the rest of your research...
14-01-2021 4:54 PM
I should have received one as well, Lesley, but haven't. |shakehead
14-01-2021 12:07 PM
Watch my lips. :smile5: Forty-TWO days.
14-01-2021 11:15 AM
Sorry, Megan. but in England and Wales you've only ever had 42 days in which to register a birth.
I don't know about Scotland, Ireland, and Eire.
I would agree with you that the December quarter...
14-01-2021 1:11 AM
it's not the same thing, but it is another thing in the 'no emails' glitch which I will report to Admin.
Thanks for telling of this. Don't suppose you can remember about how long ago you...
13-01-2021 4:34 PM
It has recently been discovered that people are no longer receiving email notifications when further posts are made in a thread which they have either started or to which they have contributed. It...
The one piece of information from the marriage certificate you haven't told us is the name (and possible occupation) of Margaret's father.
I was hoping that you might be able to order the 1944...
To save quoting all of shippo's reply -
William Dryden married Sarah Jane Wilmore 13 February 1911.
I've been trying to link any Dennis Charles/Charles Dennis to a George and have failed miserably....
I obviously explained things badly. :smile5:
So do a search for 'cheap phones calls from australia to USA', and you will get at least one hit.
I found a company called mytello and according to the...
Don't forget that we've recently had Christmas and New Year so people have been thinking of things other than genealogy.
Also there is now so much more information readily available online...
In the UK we have companies which offer cheap rate phone calls all over the world. For instance I can dial one 'general' UK number and I'm then told that calls cost '1p per minute'(this is UK to...
Possible marriage for Edna on Scotland's People in 1947.
Did you confirm that Ada's second name was Mary? If so, Scotland's People have a marriage of an Ada Mary Kynoch in 1913.
Can't see a death...
George is no relation to me. I just found the obituary and posted the details in 'Strays' in case anyone is distantly related and wonders what happened to him.
According to his obituary he had at least one sister Marie and two brothers, John and George, all who pre-deceased him.
Can you confirm Barakat is his first name.
FMP have some Indian records but I think they're more to do with the British in India rather than Indian nationals (which I'm assuming your man was).
Think you might be getting your knickers in a twist between James George (according to post #1 born in Hong Kong in 1900) and James Henry (the brother of George William) who died in Hong Kong in 1926...
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