Any chance of getting the THANKS button back when the move to the new site is complete?
I haven't had any log in problems.
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An interesting read Sandy, thanks for sharing.
30-07-2019 1:11 AM
I am researching one of the twigs on a cousin's family.
From the 1871 and 1881 census returns I discovered Samuel was a Policeman in Cheshire.
I wondered how I could find out about his service...
I go to the LancsOPC almost every day using a link on the Manchester Lancashire Family History Society Toolbar.
I have just been on LancsOPC and bookmarked the page.
Then I opened a new window...
Thanks for the explanation Arthur.
I liked the last line of a previous post "This is a pain in the pinny". Wonder how may of today's generation know what a pinny is!
I seem to be having problems with the "What's New" function. Instead of just getting the latest posts I am getting posts back to the site's recovery.
IO am now using "Today's Posts" to overcome the...
I'm with you, thanks for all the effort in fixing the problems
I really missed being able to log in while the mods and techos were trying to fix the site - but a big thanks to you all - I just found something else to do while waiting patiently.
I just wish...
Is it possible to delete these posts - Message #8 on "Cannot Download Adobe Flash Player" is spam.
01-06-2019 2:40 AM
I have checked all the points that you mentioned on FMP in the Devon records. The only one I couldn't find was the Baptism for John in September quarter 1849.And I have verified the...
31-05-2019 5:19 AM
Many thanks for all your replies. I appreciate the time you have invested on my behalf.
Pam, I had closer look at the 1881 image and spotted my (and the transcriber’s) error with...
31-05-2019 5:16 AM
Definitely more dots to join ---- see my message below as you have confirmed my findings of a few minutes ago.
30-05-2019 4:02 AM
I am struggling to fine the birth for Henry John SOUTHWOOD
On the 1881 census (RG11; 3944; 115; 17) His age on both the image and transcription (findmypast) is 54
On the 1891 census (RG12;...
An interesting thought. However I tend to agree with Lesley's comment above regarding Jane's father's occupation changing from Blacksmith to either a labourer or a bricklayer.
I've scratching my...
I confess that I had wondered if there was a link with those occupateions.
I spent a couple of hours going through all the responses, looking up the images for the baptism and censuses. Once again thanks for the links and comments, really appreciated.
Many thanks for you taking the time to help solve my puzzle.
I have printed all the above posts and will be going through carefully after lunch today. And I will...
I have just received the marriage certificate for ................................
John READ (21) to Jane PUTHIM (26) in 1876, Leicester Register Office.She made her mark.
Her father was...
Yes, Bev needs people to help with proof read 1871 Surrey records.
31-03-2019 11:34 PM
It is a good job my "office" is in the basement of our home with double doors at one end otherwise I would have been stuck here with a swollen head from your use of
the |bowdown| !!!!!!
31-03-2019 10:58 PM
I have just experimented and successfully got the results of a search into EXCEL - WINDOWS operating system
Here is how I did it................................
When I clicked on the DOWNLOAD...
30-01-2019 4:06 AM
Quite a few of the responses from members of the BlueMoon football forum expressed those sentiments. And our next door neighbour spoke sternly to his son about their grandchildren.
29-01-2019 3:49 AM
I posted THANKS on each of your messages but I really appreciate your thoughts and words of condolence.
Logan's siblings and mother all had small dinosaur tattoos as their way of being close to him...
28-01-2019 4:35 AM
A few days ago I made an entry into my family tree that I hope and pray I will never have to do again.
Our 7-year old grandson, Logan, was paddling in the sea at a Raglan beach when he stumbled,...
All the messages above have voiced my thoughts from "down under" - and yes you were in time Pam.
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