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    Thanks Guy, that’s not so common in Scotland, so...

    Thanks Guy, that’s not so common in Scotland, so I’d forgotten about it!
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    Yes. Also, there was (is?) a time limit within...

    Yes. Also, there was (is?) a time limit within which births had to be registered. Baptisms were more relaxed. People didn’t know what sex the baby was until it arrived, and might decide between the...
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    Welcome in. Enjoy!

    Welcome in. Enjoy!
  4. Don’t forget that addresses shown in the census...

    Don’t forget that addresses shown in the census only show where the person slept on census night. Not their home address. Who else was living where you found your grandfather in 1911?
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    I have moved this thread to General Chatter -...

    I have moved this thread to General Chatter - with the appearance of fictional people, it seems more appropriate!
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    Welcome to the British Genealogy Forum. Have a...

    Welcome to the British Genealogy Forum.
    Have a wander round, see what’s where, and tell us a bit about your current research.
    Enjoy!
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    Megan is right, the best place for this query is...

    Megan is right, the best place for this query is the Salvation Army Family Tracing Service. They get good results and will also help with any first contact.

    According to our TOC, we c an not allow...
  8. I think he's the Josiah Marson listed in the 1901...

    I think he's the Josiah Marson listed in the 1901 as son of Thomas and Emily Marson, b. abt 1891 in Leicestershire. 8 sibs, 1 gnephew. Dad's a gen lab. By 1911, Josiah has followed his older brothers...
  9. As always, Bev, many thanks to you and your...

    As always, Bev, many thanks to you and your transcribers!
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    Hi Tony, I’m afraid that my feelings about...

    Hi Tony,
    I’m afraid that my feelings about Family Search are colored by the old days of the IGI microfiche and the considerable amounts of imagination involved. I have been assured by a LDS...
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    I’m really sorry, but we can’t allow searches for...

    I’m really sorry, but we can’t allow searches for (possibly) living people on the open forum. If anyone can help you, they will have to send a personal message. I’ll leave the message, but close the...
  12. Probably looking for something better. Some farm...

    Probably looking for something better. Some farm workers moved every 6 months if their job didnít suit them.

    There was a lot of movement from Ireland to the Glasgow area. And across the...
  13. Did you look for a birth certificate 7nder his...

    Did you look for a birth certificate 7nder his mother’s surname. Normally, a child can only be registered with an unmarried father’s surname if the father was present at the registration.
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    According to #1, Charles should be a farmer.

    According to #1, Charles should be a farmer.
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    I meant the earlier censuses. If he was born...

    I meant the earlier censuses. If he was born around 1889, that gives you the 1891 and 1901 to check for Fredericks with father Charles...
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    Have you found him in any of the censuses? If so,...

    Have you found him in any of the censuses? If so, where do they say he was born?
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    Was Kathleen actually nursing at the hospital, or...

    Was Kathleen actually nursing at the hospital, or doing something such as administration of catering? I may be wrong, but NAAFI seems a somewhat unlikely alternative employer for a medical person!
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    In the past, I found the people at the Lincoln...

    In the past, I found the people at the Lincoln Archives very helpful. You say that you are in the Midlands, so if they have a book but don’t want to lend it, you could pay them a visit. They might...
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    Apparently, the thanks button is not a standard...

    Apparently, the thanks button is not a standard feature of the software used to run the forum, and it will cost a lot of time and be expensive to add. Right now, they are most concerned about...
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    We’ve been/ are being moved to a new, more secure...

    We’ve been/ are being moved to a new, more secure site using updated software with more up to date features.

    Today’s the day that I spend at the office, so I don’t know how far it’s got. I’m glad...
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    This is a bit late, as you have made a couple of...

    This is a bit late, as you have made a couple of posts, but welcome to the British Genealogy Forum.

    In case you haven’t had rid enough to read our TOC yet, please remember not to post details...
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    As well as everything that Pam said, it might be...

    As well as everything that Pam said, it might be worth checking with the Burma Star Association. All my bookmarks are on my PC and I’m not, so I can’t post a link, but I’m sure Mr Google will know it.
  23. That sounds like a farm bothy. It might be worth...

    That sounds like a farm bothy. It might be worth checking the close parishes - the family were possible living somewhere close. Just feed the search engine with the county rather than the parish...
  24. I see that you have already found Scotlandís...

    I see that you have already found Scotlandís People, and thatís the main source of information. If you have subscriptions to Ancestry or Find My Past, you can search the earlier censuses and what you...
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    I can only find one birth for a William Percy...

    I can only find one birth for a William Percy Jordan in 1880. It was in Holborn, London.
    Ancestry links him to the marriage with Florence Whittaker on 19 Feb 1905 in Halstead, Essex. His father was...
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