Megan, Muts and Nicolina - thanks for the further links and information - very useful. I've still not decided, sigh! I'm such a terrible shopper as it takes me ages to make my mind about anything,...
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Thank you all for your input. Also, cheers for the link to a previous thread on ereaders Pam and for pointing out software (Calibre) that can convert between formats Nicolina.
Peter, the Kindle...
I have at last decided to purchase an ebook reader as my bookcase is now at its limit and I've decided enough is enough. I don't much about e-readers and so thought perhaps you guys might...
Have you checked the 'indexes to births, marriages and deaths in the armed forces?' This index can be found on findmypast and some other pay sites. See this brief guide here.
For example, on...
I have moved it for you. :smile5:
I take it that Kate Ann in the 1901 and 1911 census in Ireland is yours. In which case, as she is with her father Edward and her grandmother Catherine GORMLEY in 1911, I tend to feel the 1880 US...
I can see this family in the 1911 census. See here. Edward and Bridget are recorded as being married 18 years (abt 1893)
BTW: Which child of Edward and Bridget is your wife's ancestor?
01-09-2012 1:24 PM
He died in the Pontypridd Union Workhouse on the 15 Aug 1881. Age 62. The cause of death was cystitis (ch.) exhaustion. The informant was master of the workhouse.
01-09-2012 1:19 PM
Pennydog, thanks very much for looking and giving me your opinion. I shall tentatively attach this census entry to my John.
I thought this might help narrow down a first marriage for him but...
Just to point out that corpachlocheil has a previous thread on James Fisher here. This might help with some of the questions.
25-08-2012 7:14 PM
As an aside, looking through my tree I realise that still haven't found John in the 1851 census. On searching again, the nearest I can find is a John LUPE or LAPE born abt. 1826 in Holcombe. This is...
25-08-2012 6:58 PM
Duncan, I've had a browse through the information on the above mentioned site and there is some interesting information on the LUFFS, which I will be going through again. Thanks for the pointer....
25-08-2012 2:14 PM
Thank you Duncan, I shall most certainly go and have a look. I need to pop out for a while, so I will do so when I return. :thumbsup:
Absolutely no need to be sorry as I had only pencilled in...
25-08-2012 11:53 AM
How splendid to hear from a LUFF family member. :smile5:
I believe you are proposing Thomas LUFF and Ann as the parents of my John and I do think this is a very good...
As a start for you, if you obtain William and Mary's marriage certificate, this should give you the name of their fathers. Looking at the Gloucestershire BMD, they married in 1839...
1839 : STAIT...
Pongo, have you forgotten about your previous thread on Charles SAUL here?
Or have you decided the information posted there is not relevant?
Well, still hunting for a Charles SAUL in the 1871 census.
In the meantime, I should have posted a link to the Gloucestershire BMD in the previous post. https://...
Have you checked out Ferdin Anden? Saul in the 1861 census living in Cheltenham. He is a blacksmith. In the later census he is recorded under the name Andrew, part from 1891 where he is Fernandia....
Mutley these could be worth looking at, living in Dulverton...
Mary Ann NORMAN. One son is named Hugh Vicary NORMAN
1871: RG10; Piece: 2357; Folio: 71; Page: 27
George and Mary Ann NORMAN,...
If you are referring to this set of marriages...
Marriages Mar 1867 Dulverton 5C 451
BURNELL, Mary Ann
Then, according to FreeREG, Mary Ann...
I just knew you were going to be awkward. :smile5:
Of the three children born before the 1851 census - William, Alfred and Emma - there is an entry for Emma in 1851 that is a good match but I...
Here are the details from the GRO index for the marriage...
Marriages Jun 1844 Chelmsford 12 81
The information above includes the names of the individuals, the...
I would recommend that you obtain a birth certificate for one of the children first, in order to ascertain Mary's maiden name. Whichever child is in your direct line would a good one to go for. Then...
Which specific point are you stuck on Ian? Have you read through the thread and seen anything that will resolve that part you are stuck on?
Note: If you use the "Reply With Quote" link beneath a...
Hello Ian. I see that this is your first post and so welcome to the forum. |wave|
Are you connected to the Cresswell family of this thread?
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