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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Faye....

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Faye.
    Unfortunately Sara hasn't been on the forums since 2008 but if she still has the same email address she may receive notifiction of your post.
    Now that...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Just as...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    Just as a starting point for others (ignore ancestry's mistranscription)
    1841 HO107 piece 542 Book 7 Folio 26 Page 6

    Charles Weigley 60. Miller
    Charles...
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    The things you learn on these forums, thanks...

    The things you learn on these forums, thanks Barbara. :smile5:

    Wikipedia says " Sharpe's Trafalgar is the fourth historical novel in the Richard Sharpe series by Bernard Cornwell, first published...
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    Hi The Shared cM Project chart is very helpful...

    Hi
    The Shared cM Project chart is very helpful in explaining what relationships are possible but I must confess my eyes roll when trying to tackle matters DNA.
    Also helpful is Peter Calver's Lost...
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    Hi Carol in your first post on this thread you...

    Hi Carol
    in your first post on this thread you say " John had a leg injury which was suppose to be from the war'"

    So we don't know that he actually served in WW1? No photos of him in uniform?...
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    I tried looking in the Medal Roll Index cards...

    I tried looking in the Medal Roll Index cards using J Hono*r which brought up those written as Honor as well, with a return of 9 records but none with a middle initial of H.
    There are two with the...
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    I tried looking in the Medal Roll Index cards...

    I tried looking in the Medal Roll Index cards using J Hono*r which brought up those written as Honor as well, with a return of 9 records but none with a middle initial of H.
    There are two with the...
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    ancestry really have messed up Joseph's surname...

    ancestry really have messed up Joseph's surname in the censuses but he has given his birthplace in 1851/61/91 as Stoke by Clare Suffolk. Haven't found a baptism as yet.
    Christina
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    As a point from which to work this is your Joseph...

    As a point from which to work this is your Joseph in the 1841 census? Name mistranscibed.
    HO107 Piece 1011 Book 14 Folio 31 Page 14
    Glemsford Suffolk

    Joseph Beaves 25 Tailor born in county? Yes...
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    As a point from which to work this is your Joseph...

    As a point from which to work this is your Joseph in the 1841 census? Name mistranscibed.
    HO107 Piece 1011 Book 14 Folio 31 Page 14
    Glemsford Suffolk

    Joseph Beaves 25 Tailor born in county? Yes...
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    As a point from which to work this is your Joseph...

    As a point from which to work this is your Joseph in the 1841 census? Name mistranscibed.
    HO107 Piece 1011 Book 14 Folio 31 Page 14
    Glemsford Suffolk

    Joseph Beaves 25 Tailor born in county? Yes...
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    If you can help with this query please post on...

    If you can help with this query please post on this thread
    https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/94071-JJoseph-Beavis-Glemsford?highlight=

    Christina
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    Hi You may never be able to find his WW1 service...

    Hi
    You may never be able to find his WW1 service record as 60% plus of those records were destroyed by bombing/fire/water in WW11. The records that did survive are available on Findmypast and...
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    Hi James there is a WW1 forum, Here,...

    Hi James
    there is a WW1 forum, Here, where you can post all the details you have on your ancestor and what it is you are hoping to find out.
    Christina
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    Hello James and welcome to the Brit-Gen forums ...

    Hello James and welcome to the Brit-Gen forums

    Brit-Gen is a mine of genealogical information so if you are planning on taking a look around I would make a big pot of tea and be prepared to lose...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums T.Holland...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums T.Holland
    I have moved your post from the 'Surname Interests' forum as that forum is just meant for members to list the names they ae researching.
    Your post...
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    Hello and welcome to the British-Genealogy forums...

    Hello and welcome to the British-Genealogy forums David.
    Unfortunately Debbie is no longer a member of the Brit-Gen forums as indicated by the word 'Guest' under her avatar,so will not receive...
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    Hi Geoff Unfortunately juliah is no longer a...

    Hi Geoff
    Unfortunately juliah is no longer a member of Brit-Gen as indicated by the word 'Guest' under her avatar. We can't help you to connect with her as we do not hold any information or details...
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    Both the 1841 and 1851 have the family living in...

    Both the 1841 and 1851 have the family living in Dearham. Using FreeBMD and entering 1800 in the Death age/DOB box and date range 1851 - 1861 there is this death
    Deaths Sept 1/4 1859
    JOHNSON ...
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    Hi Do you have your father's WW11 service...

    Hi
    Do you have your father's WW11 service record?
    Wikipedia says "XXX Corps (30 Corps) was a corps of the British Army during the Second World War. The Corps provided extensive service in the North...
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    These are the only two birth registrations ...

    These are the only two birth registrations
    Births June 1/4 1919
    Arthur C Sabine mother's maiden name Gibbs Registration district Kensington vol 1a page 192

    Births June 1/4 1913
    Sabine ...
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    Just to make sure we are on the right track is...

    Just to make sure we are on the right track is the man below the one you are researching?


    Private SABINE, ARTHUR CHARLES
    Service Number 6209793
    Died 28/10/1942
    Aged 23
    1/7th Bn. Middlesex...
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    I second your sentiments Alma :smile5: ...

    I second your sentiments Alma :smile5:

    Christina
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    Is it the record with the second husband's...

    Is it the record with the second husband's surname that has further records available? Possibility that the second husband adopted the child so the record was changed or the second husband was...
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    Hi MTS yes you are right the method for...

    Hi MTS
    yes you are right the method for uploading photos has changed in the last couple of months and they now need to be downloaded from a site with a URL such as Imgur. You can type Free Image...
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