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  1. What the GRO forms require you to do is: On...

    What the GRO forms require you to do is:

    On page 1 enter the year - that applies to every certificate bought whether or not you know the GRO references. On that same page it will ask you if know...
  2. Do you know the name of the father? If you do...

    Do you know the name of the father? If you do you can input that as one of the criteria when ordering a certificate such that you will get a certificate that has the right father's name on it. ...
  3. The answer to both questions is, as far as I...

    The answer to both questions is, as far as I know, no.

    I think, that all major genealogy sites are like that.
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    By 1861 the numbers being baptised were beginning...

    By 1861 the numbers being baptised were beginning to diminish - they were being replaced by birth registrations. That said often children found themselves having to get baptised later in life to get...
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    Helachau Your are a veritable fereter out of...

    Helachau

    Your are a veritable fereter out of information.

    So the letter writer couldn't even get the gender of the erstwhile employer correct! Perhaps that is why he was unemployed and...
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    It's quite possible - as you can see from the...

    It's quite possible - as you can see from the transcription some of the spellings as atrocious and I do wonder whether he could write and if couldn't then probably he told his tale to someone who...
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    Wimsey - you are a star!:clap::clap::clap: ...

    Wimsey - you are a star!:clap::clap::clap:

    Thanks!
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    Looking at this page from Wikipedia it suggests...

    Looking at this page from Wikipedia it suggests that it wasn't the House of Hanover before Victoria changed it to the Saxe-Coburg but the "House of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Hanover"!

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    Which member of the Royal Family?

    Whilst doing some convict research I came across an the transcript of which is below. It is undated, and it does not say to whom it is addressed. So that is my question - who do people think it was...
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    Interesting thought. There is definitely one...

    Interesting thought.

    There is definitely one Gambold chap who I know had children (so may have been married - must never assume must we?!), and I have no idea of the lady / ladies name(s) but he...
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    Welsh Wills

    Peter Calver of Lost Cousins included the following snippet in his latest newsletter:

    "For some time it has been possible to browse Findmypast's large collection of Welsh probate records from...
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    I find the best people to ask are a small...

    I find the best people to ask are a small friendly local undertakers!

    Not all grave yards are controlled by local authorities so they will know who has the records because they are in contact with...
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    Below is a link to Cyndi's list for Montana BMDs:...

    Below is a link to Cyndi's list for Montana BMDs:


    https://www.cyndislist.com/us/mt/bmd/

    Hope its of help to you.
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    Thank you everyone. Talk about a half baked...

    Thank you everyone.

    Talk about a half baked letter of support - breaking and entering carried a mandatory death sentence which in her case was then commuted to transportation for life and it's...
  15. How about BOARDER?

    How about BOARDER?
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    A little bit of help please

    I have been transcribing an appeal from 1827 and have stuck on a few bits. Set out below is my draft and then a link to the original document.


    The undersigned are the Prosecutor and his wife....
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    The Ministry of Defence has not release any army...

    The Ministry of Defence has not release any army service records for those who served after 1921. Then link below will tell you how to apply for them:
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    As I also said key to this would be what the...

    As I also said key to this would be what the statutory declaration said because it may well be that the husband was disowning the children - effectively stating that they were not his.

    Perhaps you...
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    What is particularly interesting here is that...

    What is particularly interesting here is that legally a husband is deemed to the father of his wife's children end of story.

    So unlike an unmarried mother who would need the father to accompany...
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    Whilst as Pam says you will not be able to get...

    Whilst as Pam says you will not be able to get their service records I can suggest a few sites that might help you to look for generalities or background.

    National Archives...
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    Want something to read?

    I came across the article below whilst doing some research. It's long but fascinating, and I can thoroughly recommend it to anyone who likes history.

    It starts at the bottom of page 4 of the...
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    I have found Arthur HEWLETT aged 30, and...

    I have found Arthur HEWLETT aged 30, and Insurance Agent, whose last UK address was the Wilton Hotel, London W.C.1, departing London on 1 Jan 1939 for Sydney on the “Strathallan”.

    There is also a...
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    Unfortunately the answer is nothing. We have...

    Unfortunately the answer is nothing.

    We have to make our own choices. And we should do that with the best information available to us.

    Some decide to make their trees private, others like...
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    On line tree hints

    Ever wondered how these pop up from nowhere?

    Well I may have solved a tiny bit of the puzzle today......

    Without going into huge details suffice to say that I have in recent weeks become...
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    Unfortunately I don't think that you will find...

    Unfortunately I don't think that you will find anything. Below is a link to the guide published by the National Archives:
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