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    Peter, Thank you - I will add nearby Nunhead...

    Peter,

    Thank you - I will add nearby Nunhead cemetery to my lines of inquiry.

    Prussian
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    Gasser, Many thanks but this is not my Mary...

    Gasser,

    Many thanks but this is not my Mary Ann MARTIN buried in Islington Cemetery. It seemed most likely since Mary came from Middlesex.

    My new lines of reserach are to contact the parish...
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    Mary Ann MARTIN nee FLATTERY

    I cannot find the final resting place of my Mary Ann MARTIN who died age 39 on 4 April 1868 at 14 Lansdown [?] Place, St George district, Kent Road, Southwark, Surrey [now London SE1 4XH] with Mary...
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    Found Railway Uncle

    Thank you for information, euryalus.

    I have now found uncle c/o my local library's free access of Ancestry. The book entry records uncle as working for Midland at Lydney station in the Forest of...
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    Malcolm, Thank you for taking further time on...

    Malcolm,

    Thank you for taking further time on my behalf.

    My existing records show that Rosetta (sometimes incorrectly recorded as Roselda and known as 'Rosa') was born Marylebone, Middlesex and...
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    Mary Ann MARTIN (nee FLATTERY) died age 39 on 4...

    Mary Ann MARTIN (nee FLATTERY) died age 39 on 4 April 1868 the wife of Charles MARTIN, shoemaker, journeyman at [cannot read actual home address] in registration district of St George Southwark,...
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    Malcolm, Thanks for the info on siting of...

    Malcolm,

    Thanks for the info on siting of Rosetta and Alfred.
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    Megan, Many thanks for your time and filling...

    Megan,

    Many thanks for your time and filling in some gaps.

    I have one Alfred (age 40), wife Elizabeth (age 38) nee MARLBOROUGH (posted elsewhere in this forum) and their 6 children, including...
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    ARNOLD and MARTIN

    Charles MARTIN age 23, bachelor, printer, whose father was Alfred MARTIN the boot maker and Louisa Emily ARNOLD age 20, spinster, whose father was Frederick ARNOLD (deceased) a fish curer married on...
  10. Thread: Y-DNA

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    Y-DNA

    I undertook a Y (i.e. paternal) DNA 25 marker test sometime ago (Xmas present) to gleam more of my recent ancestry. I am not interested in identifying the geographical origins (‘deep ancestry’) of my...
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    MARLBOROUGH and MARTIN

    Looking to trace the descendants of Alfred MARTIN (born 1855 in Middlesex) the boot finisher/maker and Elizabeth (Eliza) MARLBOROUGH who married 1887 in Walworth, Surrey.

    Later MARTINs residing in...
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    Hubert MARTIN to Canada 1907

    Hubert Charles MARTIN born 1877 Frome, Somerset emigrated to Canada in 1907.

    Possible sighting of him in the 1911 census for Moosejaw, Saskatchewan, Western Canada.

    Believed to have died...
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    Rebecca, Very many thanks - this is indeed my...

    Rebecca,

    Very many thanks - this is indeed my MARTIN family.

    James [Charles is other forename] MARTIN the cordwainer is my great great grandfather.
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    Hubert MARTIN Wood Carver

    My Hubert Charles MARTIN (1877-1952) born Frome Somerset was a wood carver per the 1901 Census.

    Hubert emigrated to Canada in 1907.

    Understood to have died 1952 in Saskatoon, Western Canada.
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    Charles MARTIN HMS ACHILLE 1805-1815

    My Charles William MARTIN of Magdeburg, Prussia served on HMS ACHILLE at the 1805 Battle of Trafalgar.
    https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/trafalgarancestors/details.asp?id=338

    Charles was awarded...
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    Frome Somerset

    My paternal MARTIN family settled in Frome, Somerset in 1815.

    Family interest is surrounding villages of Bulls Green, Chantry and Mells.
  17. Thread: Help please

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    Mike, Have you contacted https://www....

    Mike,

    Have you contacted https://www. cordwainers.org/history.aspx for advice?

    Prussian
    My gg grandfather was a master cordwainer and his younger brother a boot finisher
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    Additional snippets have been gleaned from...

    Additional snippets have been gleaned from numerous associated newspaper articles courtesy of
    https://www.
    britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/

    Nevertheless, my search continues!
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    Murder of 1869

    My ancestor, Charles Alfred MARTIN (alias Carlos MARTINI) born 1824 in Frome Somerset, was judged to be insane and detained in Broadmoor for 10 years.
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    Is there a Forum Index?

    I'm a new member and having difficulty locating a list of forums to which I may choose to take part.

    It probably doesn't help that I'm working from a Notebook screen which makes navigating any...
  21. Thread: Post Office

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    Post Office

    My MARTIN family has worked for the Post Office for several generations. I myself was a junior postman (telegram boy) in London's West End in the 1970s.

    Does the PO warrant its own forum?
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    Battle of Trafalgar

    My earliest known ancester, Charles William MARTIN, served on HMS ACHILLE at the Battle of Trafalgar.
    https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/trafalgarancestors/details.asp?id=338

    Please advise if...
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    MARTIN LMS Railwayman

    My paternal uncle (1906-1984) served with LMS.

    He went on to become the Kentish Town stationmaster.
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    MARTIN Family of Frome

    My paternal MARTIN family settled in Frome from 1815.

    I have subsequent family connections with Bath, Bulls Green, Chantry and Mells.
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    I'm always looking to learn more of my ancesters!...

    I'm always looking to learn more of my ancesters!

    I have separately posted the brickwall concerning my Prussian ancestry.

    There will no doubt be other opportunies on this new-found website to...
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