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  1. Hello elimor812, Welcome to...

    Hello elimor812,

    Welcome to British-Genealogy. :smile5:

    We allow only one thread per person because otherwise there is confusion as well as duplicated research (the latter causing wasted...
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    Hello Logansreef, Welcome to...

    Hello Logansreef,

    Welcome to British-Genealogy. :smile5:

    I don't know if you noticed but Ancestralbone began this thread in 2005, and they last visited the forum in November 2012. They should...
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    Hello Carol, Well, you've learnt how to post...

    Hello Carol,

    Well, you've learnt how to post which is the first thing you have to know how to do. :smile5:

    Welcome to British-Genealogy.

    I've amended the title of your post to the family...
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    Groundhopper, I have every sympathy for you with...

    Groundhopper, I have every sympathy for you with your busy life (and that's before you add in a house move!) and acknowledge that everyone needs some downtime but . . . .
    you are not doing yourself...
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    Words fail me. Alma spends at least two (though...

    Words fail me.
    Alma spends at least two (though probably more like three) hours of her day finding all the census details, typing them up and adding the census reference to make it easy for anyone...
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    Alma - before you forget or lose the reference -...

    Alma - before you forget or lose the reference - can you remember the year?
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    So the marriage certificate is in the style of...

    So the marriage certificate is in the style of the ones in use nowadays?
    Like the one in this link?...
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    Where the heck is Monmore Green? :smile5: If you...

    Where the heck is Monmore Green? :smile5:
    If you want us to help you then you'll have to give us a bit more information. Ideally a census reference.

    Christina has posted census details for what...
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    The obvious question raised by your post #6 is -...

    The obvious question raised by your post #6 is - if you can't find people on censuses after 1851, how do you know the people in the later censuses are their descendants? Hill is not exactly a rare...
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    Meanwhile, count it as a very big bonus that some...

    Meanwhile, count it as a very big bonus that some items are indexed. Without them being indexed you wouldn't even know they existed. Well, you'd be able to find a dataset, but then you'd have to go...
  11. What a swizz. :biggrin: I've just seen the...

    What a swizz. :biggrin:

    I've just seen the request, galloped over to the thread (document is in post #45), and have been thoroughly beaten in my desire to show off what remains of my (somewhat...
  12. I've been having another look at that 1891 census...

    I've been having another look at that 1891 census entry, and now I'm not entirely convinced that it does say (or that the original household schedule at least) says/said 'retired baker'.


    In the...
  13. I've found that 1861 census entry, brentor boy,...

    I've found that 1861 census entry, brentor boy, and am in the middle of a reply regarding it, an 1871 entry, and more.
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    I think you may have the wrong person, but I have...

    I think you may have the wrong person, but I have stuff to sort and post in your other thread before I can prove it.

    Pam
  15. Firstly, in the UK you can call yourself any name...

    Firstly, in the UK you can call yourself any name you like as long as the new name you choose is not used for fraudulent means.

    A few more details for anyone else wanting to help;

    1911 census...
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    Lesley - most of the posts are #76 onwards in...

    Lesley - most of the posts are #76 onwards in this thread.
    https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/95269-Joseph-Koperberg-s-entry-UK-1899-1900/page2
    Will have a dig for the other one.
    ...
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    Re your dad in other people's trees, I think a...

    Re your dad in other people's trees, I think a lot depends on who started the tree, how well they knew the 'recent' (as in the last 100 years or less) family history, and who they've asked about...
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    By the way, Denise, if, when you check my work,...

    By the way, Denise, if, when you check my work, you think I've made a mistake then don't be afraid to say so.
    I may just have typed information incorrectly, but I may have made a massive blunder.
    ...
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    Thank you. :flowers: I freely admit that I...

    Thank you. :flowers:
    I freely admit that I struck lucky on a couple of occasions - the main one being finding the 1842 baptism of Ann Jilson which I'd not seen earlier. Not sure why - different...
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    It is with the greatest pleasure that I announce...

    It is with the greatest pleasure that I announce that I have finally finished post #50 regarding Elizabeth Ann Gillson who married Edward Heasmoand in 1868.

    I am now going for a very long...
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    I'd already added that to my (on-going) post #50....

    I'd already added that to my (on-going) post #50. Hopefully I will finish that post by Sunday night! :biggrin:
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    You can go to the top of class. :flowers: Give...

    You can go to the top of class. :flowers:
    Give me an hour, and then go to post #50.

    ADDED: Cancel going to the top of the class, and book an appointment at Specsavers. :biggrin:
    Sarah is not...
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    Subject: Elizabeth Ann Gillson Married Edward...

    Subject: Elizabeth Ann Gillson

    Married Edward Heasmond in 1868 in Hastings..
    Information from marriage certificate.

    1, 31st may 1868
    2, Edward heasmond 32 Widower labourer St Mary Magdalen...
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    So, to summarise and hopefully make sense of all...

    So, to summarise and hopefully make sense of all the posts. :smile5:

    Starting with post #33 and Denise's dad, David, in the 1939 census, living in Hastings..
    Living with Kathleen C Hukins (maiden...
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    It's easy to miss replies when you have several...

    It's easy to miss replies when you have several people replying to a post at the same time as you're replying to one of theirs, so it's quite alright to stop, pause, and carefully go through the...
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