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    I believe it is. At some point I will have to...

    I believe it is. At some point I will have to hunt down the minutes of the Kirk Session for New Byth and see if there is anything in there about Ann being pulled up in front of them for her "moral...
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    Cassie of Monquhitter

    My grandmother was Mary Cassie (1912-1965) from Monquhitter, married to Lewis Beddie Scott (1909-1978), but I am trying to find details about her father John McKnight Cassie, in particular to...
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    I agree that the signatures are the same. I am...

    I agree that the signatures are the same. I am perplexed right now as to why he would say he was born in Liverpool when he entered the army, and why in census returns he puts that he was born in...
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    But in the 1881 Census, having moved to Somerset,...

    But in the 1881 Census, having moved to Somerset, he is listed as a "Naturalised British Subject".
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    Here is the entry from the census, it says he was...

    Here is the entry from the census, it says he was born in Germany and is a British Subject.
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    I have seen on other trees that his parents were...

    I have seen on other trees that his parents were Wilhelm Friedrich Christian Reece and Caroline Charlotte Steineke, and that he was born in Minden in Germany.
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    A German in The Glosters?

    In the 1871 census, my great-great-great grandfather, John William Reese, is listed as a Chelsea Pensioner, and as a naturalised British citizen, born in Germany.

    I believe that John was in the...
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    Thanks for that! I knew he had been accused but...

    Thanks for that! I knew he had been accused but wasn't sure what the outcome was. It would certainly explain why they move to Somerset in 1880/81.
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    I believe they emigrated, as they show up in the...

    I believe they emigrated, as they show up in the 1861 Upper Canada census. By 1871 Elizabeth and her daughters are back in Jersey, and I believe George Moyes was dead.
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    I have some Cadgers in my family tree, I believe...

    I have some Cadgers in my family tree, I believe from New Pitsligo, beginning with William Cadger who married Annie Scott and had at least one child, Isabella Cadger, born in 1808.

    Isabella...
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    Elizabeth Moyes (nee Hill)

    I recently learnt that my 4th great grandmother, Elizabeth Hill, was born in Somerset in 1824. In 1845 she married George Moyes in St Helier, Jersey, and had my 3rd great grandmother, Eliza, before...
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    My father has a subscription, I will run it by...

    My father has a subscription, I will run it by him and see if he is aware of these folks.
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    Thanks for all the information folks!!

    Thanks for all the information folks!!
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    Paine Family - Cranbrook

    I am looking for some dates for the Paine family from Cranbrook.

    My great-grandmother was Constance Paine, born in 1891 and married John Reece in 1918, her Father was Paris Paine (1868-1947),...
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    John Reese and Eliza Moyes

    I am looking for information about John Reese and Eliza Moyse, who met and got married on Jersey prior to moving to Somerset around 1880/1881.

    I know that John Reese was born in Minden, Westphalia...
  16. Thread: Hello All

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    Hello All

    Hey there folks,

    My name is Alistair Reece and I live near Charlottesville, Virginia, though I am originally from the UK - I am an army brat, so being from anywhere in particular is kind of a...
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