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    Here...

    Here is a link to an interesting site for Guy's Hospital

    and The National Archives research guide, here

    Christina
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    I agree with this. Christina

    I agree with this.

    Christina
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    Alma you have done brilliantly and I agree that...

    Alma you have done brilliantly and I agree that it would be much easier to help if census references had been given.
    The reason I asked for the marriage details for Thomas and Mary Furnell is that...
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    Marriage Banns Mary Farnell Residence - Coseley...

    Marriage Banns
    Mary Farnell
    Residence - Coseley
    Spouse - Thomas Hill
    Spouse's Residence Place- Bradley
    Marriage Banns 29 Jul 1888
    Marriage Banns Place
    Bradley, Staffordshire, England, United...
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    Piece 17414 27 Highfields Road, Ladymoor,...

    Piece 17414
    27 Highfields Road, Ladymoor, Coseley Nr Bilston
    Mary Hill 48 housewife. 4 children born to marriage, all alive.
    Thomas Hill 45 Blast Furnaceman. Sedgley, Staffordshire
    Gerty Hill 18...
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    Hi Your grandmother's birth registration has her...

    Hi
    Your grandmother's birth registration has her first name as Lily not Lilian. That of course wouldn't stop her from using the name Lilian if she preferred it.
    HILL, LILY MAY mother's maiden...
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    The 1851 census you have above is the one I gave...

    The 1851 census you have above is the one I gave in post #3 and is the one where I looked for the birth of a Fanny Hill born c 1846 to identify the mother's - Sarah's - maiden name. The only birth of...
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    toaster please come back when you get the GRO...

    toaster please come back when you get the GRO certificates an give us the details. We like to know where a search is heading, or not.
    Christina
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    The 1841 I posted is not correct if the family...

    The 1841 I posted is not correct if the family living at Monmore Green is the one mentioned by grasshopper
    from familysearch.org this record index says Monmore Green and the original image gives...
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    Oh Wow Peter you have been busy and with...

    Oh Wow Peter you have been busy and with wonderful results. I look forward to reading your next posts.
    Christina
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    On his record in the Florida, U.S., Arriving and...

    On his record in the Florida, U.S., Arriving and Departing Passenger and Crew Lists, 1898-1963 for George Crale dated 31 Oct 1962 it gives his nationality as Brazilian. I haven't found any other...
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    1851 HO107 Piece 2019 Folio 637 Page 26 Beladon?...

    1851 HO107 Piece 2019 Folio 637 Page 26
    Beladon? road Wolverhampton
    William Hill 37 Coal miner
    Sarah Hill 30
    Thomas Hill 12
    John Hill 6
    Fanney Hill 5
    Sarah Hill 15
    All born Wolverhampton
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    I am not sure exactly what is your brickwall? ...

    I am not sure exactly what is your brickwall?

    Just as a basis from which to work when you tell us where you are stuck here is the 1871 census.
    RG10 Piece 2953 Folio 125 Page 26
    Rough Hills...
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    Thank you so much for the translation Jane. It...

    Thank you so much for the translation Jane. It has been teeming down for days here so no washing line in use here. :smile:

    Christina
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    Could Ira have been involved in building the...

    Could Ira have been involved in building the Amiens railway which opened in 1846

    "The railway from Paris to Lille is an important French 251-kilometre long railway line, that connects Paris to the...
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    Done the request for translation here...

    Done the request for translation here

    Christina
  17. Can anyone translate a French document?

    Please see here. https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/95677-Prisoner-of-Debt-(Morning-Advertiser)/page2
    If you can help please post on the linked thread
    Thank you

    Christina
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    The things you learn doing genealogy. I now know...

    The things you learn doing genealogy. I now know how many Japanese yen equal a NZ dollar and a Euro. :smile5:

    I have also been doing some searching today but for William Lowton's birth c1845 in...
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    I don't like paying out for certificates on a...

    I don't like paying out for certificates on a 'maybe' who I am looking for basis but I think this may be one of those times where it needs to be done.
    Like you I can't find any other records for...
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    Because I can't find a suitable death...

    Because I can't find a suitable death registration for an Ira Lawton I started searching for a John Lawton death in Middlesex 1855 onwards. There are only two
    LAWTON, JOHN age 79 (too old born...
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    If you still have some credits on FMP you could...

    If you still have some credits on FMP you could try searching for John Lawton. There are quite a few criminal records and also some Poor House ones. Whether they are anything to do with your man or...
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    Hi Yes you've got it Foreign parts = anywhere...

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    Yes you've got it Foreign parts = anywhere outside of the UK. If it is Scotland or Ireland the enumerator usually puts that. The 1851 census gives Ira's birthplace as Cheshire and Mary Ann's as...
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    The 1841 census does not say Ira and Mary Ann...

    The 1841 census does not say Ira and Mary Ann were not born in the UK. It says they were not born in the county they were living in. If they were not born in the UK the enumerator would have done...
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    Birth registration of Sarah age 2 on the 1851...

    Birth registration of Sarah age 2 on the 1851 census?
    LAWTON, Sarah mmn WOLSTENHOLME
    March quarter 1849 reg dist STEPNEY Vol 2 page 550



    Unless the registrar made a hash of the mother's...
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    As Mary Ann was born Lancashire I looked on Lancs...

    As Mary Ann was born Lancashire I looked on Lancs OPC for a possible marriage and there is this

    Marriage: 30 Jan 1837 St Mary the Virgin, Eccles, Lancashire, England
    Ira Lawton - this parish...
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