Have you located him in the 1881 census in Britain?
With the surname PARRY and in Capt Evans party, sounds like he was from Wales. With Travelling from Liverpool would suggest North Wales.
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15-05-2020 7:00 PM
Hello Browneyes you have confused me, which isn't hard these days.
1939 Census - which country please?
From what I have seen on my friend Google, it is a man who cannot work, through injury (most...
Wonder if the school registers are still available, they are usually a good form of information on the child parents and address.
I know Derbyshire records office have some school admissions...
May be this
Pen-y-bont, an area at the edge of Bala lake in Snowdonia where the River Dee leaves the lake. Signpost just before entering Bala from the west, I thought it referred to the bridge (pont...
Eileen past away last year, she was a member of Chesterfield & District FHS who were cataloguing her records. At present everything is on hold.
Do you know whereabouts in Chesterfield?
If you can give me a church I might be able to search what records I have?
Signal Units (SU) have a permanent station, but the personal are detached to various units. The Lindholm one was across the road from the station and latterly the prison.
Not having the...
Although I don't know about the army classifications, could you give a bit more information such as regiment and time period? Maybe his rank may help those who know the army stuff.
09-02-2020 10:14 PM
The person who runs the Derbysgen list and others is using https://groups dot io/groups for the active groups he is admin for.
I'm still undecided whether to join or not, this forum has enough...
03-01-2020 7:30 PM
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28-12-2019 12:38 PM
Yes she was.
27-12-2019 9:36 PM
Sorry to be the bearer of sad news, but Ladkyis passed away earlier this evening after a long illness.
She was one of the original moderators on the forum and will be sorely missed by the rest of...
23-11-2019 5:34 AM
Welcome to the forum.
The original poster hasn't been on the site for over 10 years, John hasn't returned his his post. Depending on the settings they might received an...
Welcome to British-Genealogy.
Service records for all personnel who served after 1921/1922 regardless of when they enlisted are still held by the Ministry of Defence. Full details of...
Will flag this with Admin again and one of the moderators will let you know the decision, please bear in mind some internet providers and various email providers do provide web space for storage,...
There is still a free version available which I downloaded onto my windows 10 laptop.
It will read files from past version 7. Sorry I can't provide the link as I'm on my tablet.
We are currently being hit by a number of spammers and are unable to deal with them.
Admin have been made aware and are looking into it.
Thanks Sue, will do some digging
I have some records for Ashover, Dronfield and Eckington maybe Chesterfield and District FHS holds, will have a dig through the list, the rest would be at the records office in Matlock.
There not many of us from Derbyshire, whereabouts are you researching and I might be able to point you in the right direction for records.
Many thanks for the update.
I've moved on from the web master of Chesterfield and District FHS to now being the chair. If you do need anything from our records please let me know.
23-02-2019 9:16 AM
If he trained at Netheravon he would have been in the RAF Police.
As Christina said you can apply for his service records from the RAF here
As I'm am ex RAF Police I know there is a...
Strike command only came in to existence in 1968, so I guess it a bit of memory fade.
Strike command was all the bomber and fighters, command from RAF High Wycombe
We are trying to help you, to point you in the right direction
His details might help us with this.
Interesting temporary release.
What trade was he?
Release date is after 15 years service, through the war years.
Could he had gone to a civil department for say, development of planes or weapons?
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