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  1. Thomas WALLHEW of St James Westminster

    Marriages from the Bishop's Transcript for the Parish of Castle Donington, Leicestershire:

    Thomas WALLHEW of St James Westminster & Elizabeth ABBOTT, by Licence, Sept 13th 1758.
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    And there is a Charles HAILS marrying a Mary Jane...

    And there is a Charles HAILS marrying a Mary Jane BRENNAN at Stepney in 1893. So Father doesn't match Rose Emily's Marriage Certificate of Frederick.....

    Charles & Mary Jane have children:...
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    I also looked at the Rose Emily born 1900 Bethnal...

    I also looked at the Rose Emily born 1900 Bethnal Green and noted her fathers occupation was wrong. There is also a Rose E HALES marriage in 1930 in the Bethnal Green district which to me makes her...
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    I had a problem as I first found Rose E on the...

    I had a problem as I first found Rose E on the image - but not Emily who was only on the transcript on findmypast!

    They are both under Schedule 51 which is 845(transcribed as 843 on findmypast)...
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    Hi Pam - the joys of the internet and instant...

    Hi Pam - the joys of the internet and instant notifications of updates! Apologies if I seemed a bit rushed I was just off to bed!!
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    Pam, I have found Emily and probably her...

    Pam, I have found Emily and probably her daughters on the 1939 - see post #5. She is under 'DOUGLAS' later(dated 5.9.1944)she was using 'DAVIES' which tallies with your 1946 marriage & 1948 Electoral...
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    There is an Emily DOUGLAS born 30 June 1904...

    There is an Emily DOUGLAS born 30 June 1904 resident at Luton (with 3 closed entries - her children(Margaret, Pearl & Barbara)?) in 1939, a Rose E DOUGLAS is also resident at the same address though...
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    Well I've spent the week with Ancestry, taking...

    Well I've spent the week with Ancestry, taking the surnames of my Mothers direct ancestors, putting them to my DNA matches, then putting those DNA matches to see if my Adoptive Mother has them. Net...
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    DNA match to my adoptive Mother

    I'm friends with a neighbour up the road. She was stunned on Thursday to discover that her Brother and I were DNA matches - 10cM over 1 segment. She herself shares a match with a lady in my adoptive...
  10. Derbyshire Bishop's Transcripts are now at the...

    Derbyshire Bishop's Transcripts are now at the Stafford Record Office(originally at Lichfield) and aren't online sadly.
  11. The word actually looks like 'Clarke' to me on...

    The word actually looks like 'Clarke' to me on the Ancestry image.
    On the 16th February 1689 at Ticknall there is a marriage between "John Ward Clarke & Sarah BIRCH of Newton Regis or Kings Newton"....
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    The Courland Governate was one of the provinces...

    The Courland Governate was one of the provinces of the Russian Empire until the end of the first world war and is in modern day Latvia. Padinay was probably a literal spelling of something in the...
  13. Peter John MITCHELL was born at Mossneuk Farm...

    Peter John MITCHELL was born at Mossneuk Farm (home of George ADAM on the 1944 marriage above) on the 4th Dec 1911 & died in Falkirk on the 28th March 2011 aged 99.
    Elizabeth Margaret BLACK was born...
  14. MITCHELL Peter John & BLACK Elizabeth M 1944

    Marriage at Blythswood in the Burgh of Glasgow.

    1st June 1944.
    At 122 Union Street, Glasgow. By L C R McWILLIAM, Minister of St Conal's, Kirkconnel, Dumfriesshire.
    After Banns according to the...
  15. MacLEAN Alexander & MacALLISTER Catherine '44

    Marriage at Blythswood in the Burgh of Glasgow.

    1st June 1944.
    At 122 Union Street, Glasgow. By J Esson GILLON, Minster, Maxwell Parish Church, Glasgow.
    After Banns according to the forms of the...
  16. Thanks Pam. Ranson SHOTLIFF is neither the of...

    Thanks Pam.

    Ranson SHOTLIFF is neither the of the ones baptised in Lincolnshire in 1828 & 1849 as both are still alive and in the USA after this newspaper published.

    On the 1841 census at North...
  17. Overseas Deaths in the Stamford Mercury 1878

    Stamford Mercury 15th February 1878:

    Deaths:

    At Melbourne, Australia on the 21st December, Francis Joshua PILLEY, aged 32, eldest and only surviving Son of the late Mr John PILLEY of Boston.
    ...
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    The three Wills I ordered the 16th September -...

    The three Wills I ordered the 16th September - due date 1st October - I have received the final Will today. Therefore if you ordered before the 16th September I would definitely be chasing the...
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    Weird. I ordered 3 on the 16th September....

    Weird. I ordered 3 on the 16th September. Delivery date 1st October. First arrived 18th September, Second 20th September, just awaiting the third......
  20. Congratulations hastingleigh. Nothing like the...

    Congratulations hastingleigh. Nothing like the joy of success after years of frustration!
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    Are you thinking of www.bmdshare.com - it is on...

    Are you thinking of www.bmdshare.com - it is on the wayback machine and has been 'returning soon' for years on its website which I can't currently find....
  22. Alexander Notman TORRANCE of Bonnybridge, STI

    Belvedere All Saints, Kent
    Marriage 28th June 1924.

    Alexander Notman TORRANCE, 30, Bachelor, Range Fitter, Bonny Bridge, Stirlingshire, Scotland, Son of ALexander TORRANCE a Brass Finisher.
    And:...
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    I will be checking back in 2058 to see if they've...

    I will be checking back in 2058 to see if they've added 1957 Pam ;)
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    Thanks Pam, I hadn't realised about the fact it...

    Thanks Pam, I hadn't realised about the fact it had already been created to 1957 just not put online. Presumably they are working on the 100 year rule which seems a bit daft when the same information...
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    Megan Roberts states at the beginning of this...

    Megan Roberts states at the beginning of this thread that the Birth Index runs 1837-1915. I have just noticed it is now 1837-1918. I don't know when this extension happened but I had certainly...
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