Thank you Ladies for your comments, as always a fountain of knowledge.
The lad in question was playing in the streets near to railway sidings. Finding a door open which lead down to the sidings,...
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I have been researching the death of a six year old boy in April 1938. An inquest was carried out as he had fallen and as a result had died. The inquest was carried out a few days later and the...
03-09-2018 10:26 AM
Have you tried this thread https://www.railwaysarchive.co.uk/
Ah Pam, your timing was impecable, Charles had just returned from his half day off(the things you have allow when you have staff)
Found street, however I did have to convert 15" screen to 24" screen...
Thank you very much for the map link, found the street
A very interesting thought,I will look further into that and see what turns up
Thank you Wimsey for your help, when it comes to the London area I have not got a clue, as I said I have never been south of Watford Gap, must get out more.
Oh Pam,what can I say, yes the heat is...
HaHa,now your talking, certainly would not like a mortgage on one of those.
An aside to this, as families talk about their history, we were led to believe that they came from Eaton Place? the 1881...
Thank you wimsey for your quick reply the photos and the information are very much appreciated. I think I will guess that the first type of house you sent would be the type that the family lived in.
Could a member help me on the following.
Searching the records I came across a relative on the 1881 census for Alice Booth listed as head of house (aged 10) living at 22 Hindon Street, St...
Have a look at the National Archives site they give you a good guide on researching these men. AS the Ionic was sailing under the White Star/Cunard Flag their web page might give you some help.
UK National Archives should hold the service record, its a pay per view though. Once downloaded you will have the life history of your relative whilst in the Navy, ships served,rank,disciplinary...
unbelievable that after all this time that you come across my posting.
Thank you for your input I will certainly have a look at this location.
Happy New Year
I think you might hit a brick wall with this request. As far as I know Funeral Directors/Undertakers were small family run businesses relative to the area they covered and were not involved in the...
19-06-2014 4:00 PM
My late Father served as a Special Constable from the 1930'sto the early 60's reaching the rank of Sergeant. I tried some time back to see if any records were available,this was through Lancashire...
14-04-2014 6:24 PM
The site you are using is a breakdown of the registers for births,deaths,and marriages. The information is a transcriptions of those registers, if you want further information, as to address of the...
01-12-2013 10:18 PM
Liverpool Town Hall has a room set aside which has the names of the fallen shown on plaques. If you go on line to Liverpool Town Hall they have a searchable roll of honour which gives the plaque...
Coming from an area that was part of the industrial revolution regarding chemical manufacture and reading about the early practices of chemical manufacture it is most likely that his bronchitis could...
13-08-2013 7:52 AM
Try this link for births deaths and marriages in Lancashire
I am happy to report that I have solved my problem of default mail.
The problem was I subscribe to BT broadband which gives you BTyahoo mail.
BTyahoo does not register on the default pages,...
Thank you Dickins for your suggestion.
I did try this and did find the mail section but what I found was four boxes two were ticked when I tried to untick them it would not allow it.
Thank you all for your help and advice, I will certainly follow up some of the suggestions.
Thank you Tony
did try the default settings but it would not let me click off the Windows Live and it gave no options to add another email server.
It,s still waitabit and myself sat on the...
Thank you waitabit,
I suggest you sit here with me,hopefully somebody might just come along and know the answer.
The computer I use, Windows 7, has Windows Live Mail set as default, which is a pain. I much prefer to use Yahoo. Having looked at the default settings it seems you cannot turn Windows Live Mail off,...
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