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    In 1906 she would be 67 - the newspaper article...

    In 1906 she would be 67 - the newspaper article describes her as an aged midwife - so could be her. She also had family before arrival in the USA so they could technically be the named daughters......
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    Ah, Thanks ..... The 1895 census for Elizabeth...

    Ah, Thanks ..... The 1895 census for Elizabeth has a John & Margaret ECKHARDT and a John & Elizabeth ECKHARDT but no addresses are given. The 1895 street directory for Elizabeth has two John ECKHARDT...
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    And intriguingly the newspaper article describes...

    And intriguingly the newspaper article describes her as a young woman in 1897 and her new husband nearly 40 years her senior. But she was born Jan 1839 so was 58 - that would make her new husband...
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    Thanks for that helachau - unbelievable what some...

    Thanks for that helachau - unbelievable what some people got up to! Seems they separated after just a month of marriage so she decided to remarry bigamously......!
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    Thanks - There are a couple of John Dale's in...

    Thanks - There are a couple of John Dale's in Staffordshire around that time annoyingly and yes the Fold3 record is equally annoying!

    The Michigan record is a good one - can't see a suitable John...
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    John (F) DALE & Wilhelmine

    John DALE was born Wolverhampton 1842-1843 to Henry DALE & Mary Anne ROWLANDS. I have him on the 1851 & 1861(as a Locksmith) census at home with his parent(s). I had nothing further until an Ancestry...
  7. Sarah ROGERS of Tuxford, Nottinghamshire

    Parish Register for St Botolph, Tottenhill, Norfolk:

    Baptisms 1713:
    Sarah ye Daughter of Henry & Anne ROGERS of Tuxford in Nottinghamshire December 6th.
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    Sticky: Suggestions:...

    Suggestions:
    https://www.norfolksources.norfolk.gov.uk/DserveNS/
    https://www.historic-maps.norfolk.gov.uk/
    https://www.norfolkchurches.co.uk/norfolklatest.htm
    and an MI site that is now unavailable...
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    Thanks squaredancer - FMP has only Dennis &...

    Thanks squaredancer - FMP has only Dennis & Dorothy (no other Ds) TYRES in Staffordshire at all in their records......
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    https://i.postimg.cc/dtRb8xyB/surname.jpg...

    https://i.postimg.cc/dtRb8xyB/surname.jpg

    Thanks Christina why is nothing simple anymore!

    And Jomot thank you for that most interesting idea - considering she hasn't spelt her forename in the...
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    Willenhall St Stephen 30 May 1898 George GRANT &...

    Willenhall St Stephen 30 May 1898 George GRANT & Frances Esther MANSFIELD. Images are on findmypast. Thanks.
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    Anyone tell me how I attach an image now (they've...

    Anyone tell me how I attach an image now (they've changed the rules again I presume) - but the rules https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/78149-How-to-upload-images-directly-to-your-post...
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    Witness Surname please>

    Suggestions as to Dealias surname please?
    surname

    She is a marriage witness at Willenhall, Staffordshire in 1898 - I have tried looking through indexes for 1891-1901 to get a name but am drawing...
  14. I am also disappointed with their decision. We...

    I am also disappointed with their decision. We have just had a match on the Mitchell line that looks promising - it doesn't stem back to the same person as all the other matches and feel the match...
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    Louisa SMITH of Park Street London

    Burial Register for South Wingfield Park, Derbyshire (Probably the cemetery at the Memorial Hall, Lynam Road, Wingfield Park).

    16th October 1894. Louisa SMITH, Widow of Martin Tucker SMITH,...
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    Clara Wright SMITHURST of Ruabon

    Burial Register for All Saints, South Wingfield, Derbyshire (page not indexed on Ancestry website).

    April 5th 1924 Clara Wright SMITHURST. Abode: Vauxhall House, Ruabon. Age: 55.
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    Thanks biggirlsblouse. My previous posting -...

    Thanks biggirlsblouse.

    My previous posting - my Ancestry contact never elicited a reply from Tasmania - hes been online so presumably just another time waster. So annoying!
  18. Congratulations, that's the sort of result we all...

    Congratulations, that's the sort of result we all love to have!
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    I have just had a DNA match come forward who has...

    I have just had a DNA match come forward who has a match to both me AND my Mum - the first one. They are both low 7+11Cm over 1 Segment matches but better than nothing. He has a huge tree on Ancestry...
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    Hi Peanut, Thank you yes. I have been adding...

    Hi Peanut,

    Thank you yes. I have been adding them to the findagrave site for the last 3 years, have made a bit more progress last couple of days as off work unwell. I intend to make an index, go...
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    Yes Arthur I now know. I've also realised I'm...

    Yes Arthur I now know. I've also realised I'm doing too much transcribing and the stone (embarrassingly) does say KERKEZ - though findmypast didn't pick that up as a variant of KEREZ. Looks like...
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    Thank you Peanut wonderful. Name variants hadn't...

    Thank you Peanut wonderful. Name variants hadn't picked that up on findmypast & there are other KERKES though the surname looks to have been KERKEZ! Mitch.
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    Gravestone Transcription

    Currently transcribing photos I took from a churchyard (Wessington, Derbyshire). Having done nearly 300 most have been easy as its rural and most people are local but I'm stumped. I've been adding...
  24. Thomas WALLHEW of St James Westminster

    Marriages from the Bishop's Transcript for the Parish of Castle Donington, Leicestershire:

    Thomas WALLHEW of St James Westminster & Elizabeth ABBOTT, by Licence, Sept 13th 1758.
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    And there is a Charles HAILS marrying a Mary Jane...

    And there is a Charles HAILS marrying a Mary Jane BRENNAN at Stepney in 1893. So Father doesn't match Rose Emily's Marriage Certificate of Frederick.....

    Charles & Mary Jane have children:...
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