Thank you both - have sent of for the certificate and thanks for tip for papers, I have access to British Newspaper Archives but never thought of looking there :)
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Researching the Bond family, George Bond married Mary Ann Powell, Cardiff in 1876 according to Index. Neither George or Mary Ann came from Wales originally, Mary Ann states she was from Bristol...
17-02-2019 9:26 PM
Thank you Peter. I looked at the Index 1841 and there was a few John Wilson in the Royal Engineers but no clues to who they were. Think I am resigned to not knowing who John Wilson was. There were...
17-02-2019 11:19 AM
Have no real expertise in Military Records can anyone help me. I have a John Wilson marrying in 1837 in Shinrone Ireland and his occupation states 13th Company Royal SP. He has a son Thomas...
29-03-2013 5:55 PM
Thanks Rebecca will bear in mind, I have decided to send off for certificate, it will take over a week with the Easter break, at the moment the Whitakers crossed to Cheshire and one to the Outer...
29-03-2013 10:12 AM
Thank you at least you have clarified things for me. I could have gone round in circles, I guess I will be ordering the certificate and hope that both fathers we called something not so common :)
29-03-2013 6:55 AM
I can't really call this a brickwall as one solution to my problem is to send off for the certificate but since its Easter Weekend I thought I would have one last go at solving my dilemma...
23-03-2013 7:50 AM
I tell you what my families ancestors must have been brick-layers! I have found William Hockney/Hackney who was still a butcher but according to census was born in Stepney - he appears to have taken...
23-03-2013 7:00 AM
I told you a fresh pair of eyes - I made the mistake of looking at my smart phone after the wind (gales outside!) work me up and saw the replies. Which got my brain thinking - yes the article does...
22-03-2013 7:15 PM
Thought I finally had broken down a brick wall but no it built it self up again. I wonder if anyone has an ideas out there my brain has gone round and round. This maybe a wee bit long winded...
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