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    I’m using it with WIN 10 and Chrome. After an...

    I’m using it with WIN 10 and Chrome. After an update, Chrome stopped running the online catalogue I use for the museum that I care for, and I am now using it with Edge. In line with suggestions after...
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    My account is with the .co.uk branch and I've had...

    My account is with the .co.uk branch and I've had no trouble this afternoon...
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    Have you looked for her in the 1939 "census"?

    Have you looked for her in the 1939 "census"?
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    First of all, welcome to the British Genealogy...

    First of all, welcome to the British Genealogy Forum.
    However, the first thing that I have to ask is whether he is (possibly) still alive? Our TOC do not allow the posting of details about...
  5. The MOD has not yet released WW2 records, but...

    The MOD has not yet released WW2 records, but relatives can buy a copy. See HERE.

    It will cost you 30 pounds, a copy of his death certificate, and (usually) a couple of months...
  6. Thread: Hello

    by Lesley Robertson
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    Welcome to the British Genealogy forum, Phil....

    Welcome to the British Genealogy forum, Phil. Have a look round, choose a suitable forum, and tell us a bit about some of your genealogical research.
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    Did you notice the death index entry of Honora...

    Did you notice the death index entry of Honora Mcdonald in Toxteth Park in 1901, as shown on FreeBMD?
    It might be interesting to know if it's her, and if she's shown as a widow. I can't find a...
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    This thread has been growing well in the...

    This thread has been growing well in the Introduce Yourself forum, which is really intended for short introductions. To make it easier to find after it eventually scrolls off the Today's Posts page,...
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    To add to Pam’s list, don’t forget that if they...

    To add to Pam’s list, don’t forget that if they died in hospital, they will be registered in the district of the hospital, not their home.
  10. Thread: Hello

    by Lesley Robertson
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    Welcome to the British Genealogy Forum, Maz....

    Welcome to the British Genealogy Forum, Maz.
    Hopefully, you’ll find help here.
  11. And don’t go if you have any cold symptoms,...

    And don’t go if you have any cold symptoms, however weak!
  12. Many thanks, Bev.

    Many thanks, Bev.
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    I don’t know, but if I was doing your search, I’d...

    I don’t know, but if I was doing your search, I’d be looking at newspapers of the time - they often covered regimental movements at that time. I assume that you know his regiment?
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    Trying it on the iPad brings up a message that it...

    Trying it on the iPad brings up a message that it may be impersonating itself...
    will try from my pc when I book it up.

    I have broken the active url in post 1 for the moment. People can still...
  15. If Samuel was born in Scotland in 1851, he will...

    If Samuel was born in Scotland in 1851, he will not have a birth certificate. Your only hope would be church records. Scotland’s People has a lot, including Church of Scotland, Catholic, and Other,...
  16. Have you contacted the Burma Star Association?...

    Have you contacted the Burma Star Association? Their site is burmastar.org.uk.
  17. If you look at our General Scottish forum, there...

    If you look at our General Scottish forum, there is a set of posts about what you can find, and where.
    Have you looked for this family in the 1841 or 1861? The census entries should tell you where...
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    Welcome to British Genealogy, imsimj. I assume...

    Welcome to British Genealogy, imsimj.
    I assume that you have realised how old this thread is? Most of the contributers made a couple of posts and haven't been back. Since Hutchinson is not a rare...
  19. You probably need to look at the catalogue of the...

    You probably need to look at the catalogue of the National archives.
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    How big are your image files? One or two people...

    How big are your image files? One or two people found that, for no obvious reason, their problems vanished when they reduces the size of their files...
  21. Tony, the 1851 census shows one William Anderson...

    Tony, the 1851 census shows one William Anderson born to a John & Ellen Anderson in the UK 1844-1846. The problem is that he was born in Ireland... Do you have the names of your William's siblings?...
  22. Some military wives went abroad with the forces -...

    Some military wives went abroad with the forces - they carried out “suitable” jobs such as laundry and cooking. I’ve only looked at one or two related to my One Place Study, and here was no mention...
  23. Fullscot is not a potential relative, neither am...

    Fullscot is not a potential relative, neither am I. She is working her way through sets of service records, posting when a record turns up in the wrong place - that’s why some of us help.
    There’s...
  24. I’ve escaped from the Scottish sector, so can’t...

    I’ve escaped from the Scottish sector, so can’t help with all abbreviations, but the p. is probably parish (I’m sure someone will correct me if necessary). You may need a list of old parish names -...
  25. Welcome to British Genealogy. Scottish...

    Welcome to British Genealogy.
    Scottish genealogy is normally fairly simple until you get back to 1855 because you can buy copies of birth, marriage and death certificates from Scotland’s People. I...
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