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    The National Archives at Kew hold records for the...

    The National Archives at Kew hold records for the 93rd Highlanders including muster rolls, which might mention Archibald. However the records have not been digitised.("Google 93rd Highlanders...
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    Hello The nearest baptism on Scotland's people...

    Hello
    The nearest baptism on Scotland's people is of an Archibald Morgan bp 1824 Glenmuick (which is close to Ballater). Parents James Morgan and Mary Gordon. This Archibald is with his parents in...
  3. Thread: Agnes Brownrigg

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    Looking in Cumbria archives catalogue a Thomas...

    Looking in Cumbria archives catalogue a Thomas Brownrigg of Burton appears before the magistrates 3 times between 1797 and 1801. Possibly a relation of Agnes? But does indicate at least one other...
  4. Thread: Agnes Brownrigg

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    Though possible, I don't think I would rush to...

    Though possible, I don't think I would rush to claim the Matterdale Agnes as Matterdale is such a long way North of Burton.
    FS have another possibility closer to Burton - an Agnes Browrig bp...
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    Well found almach. FS have a baptism Ann Eliza...

    Well found almach. FS have a baptism Ann Eliza Slack , mother Ann, Ashover 25 Oct 1818.
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    In 1841 how about Ann Ragg 20 with John Smith ,...

    In 1841 how about Ann Ragg 20 with John Smith , St George St Birmingham
    Piece 1141, folio 26 p 8
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    Excellent news! Thanks for sharing.

    Excellent news! Thanks for sharing.
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    I don't subscribe to any at the moment but they...

    I don't subscribe to any at the moment but they do have different datasets. It's always worth looking on Family Search which is free, or the free searches on FMP, or freereg and cross referencing....
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    FMP gave a burial in 1834 London for a Richard...

    FMP gave a burial in 1834 London for a Richard May b 1748 ,England and Wales non conformist registers. Then looking at Family Search there was a non conformist burial 12 Oct 1834 Lambeth though no...
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    The older person seems to have been a non...

    The older person seems to have been a non conformist burial in Lambeth. Not sure if that will help you or not in your elimination. You have set yourselves a mammoth task!
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    You could check parish burials for 1834 and...

    You could check parish burials for 1834 and before to try to find a death date for your man. (I believe FMP may have 1834 burial records for the man in question, though I do not subscribe to check...
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    Hi the reason I asked if you had looked at the...

    Hi the reason I asked if you had looked at the parish burial record as opposed to the civil death certificate was just to be sure the vicar hadn't noted any other information. However I can see you...
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    Hello again.There are so many Howards and...

    Hello again.There are so many Howards and Gristwoods around in this part of the world so I understand how difficult it can be to sort them out!
    I notice that Simeon Howard was very wealthy - he...
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    Another possibility is that Sarah is younger than...

    Another possibility is that Sarah is younger than you thought or may not have been baptised in Rickmansworth.
    The 1841 census has a Sarah Gristwood at Batchersbridge Rickmansworth with sons Thomas...
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    Hi Dave Very glad you have sorted everything...

    Hi Dave
    Very glad you have sorted everything out. The folks on here are always happy to help.:smile5:
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    Dave, I do think from the evidence given by all...

    Dave, I do think from the evidence given by all the other posters above, that the Arthur Victor b 1892 is yours. You should purchase his wedding cert as suggested.
    Also,if you put Arthur V Beck into...
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    FS have another Sarah Howard bp Rickmansworth...

    FS have another Sarah Howard bp Rickmansworth 1777 d/o Daniel and Elisabeth. Perhaps she is yours?
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    Hello Dave , the only Arthur Victor Beck birth...

    Hello Dave , the only Arthur Victor Beck birth showing on free bmd is the one in 1892 in Lewes. On the gro website that birth gives mother's maiden name as Hawes so sounds like your man.
    You could...
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    FMP in the Westminster Burials dataset have the...

    FMP in the Westminster Burials dataset have the burial record for Ann May died 1840 St Margaret's Westminster. It may or may not give you further useful information.
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    As Richard worked for the gov overseas and has...

    As Richard worked for the gov overseas and has been described as a secretary(a role used in the modern diplomatic service), there is a possibility that he could be mentioned in Foreign Office...
  21. Thread: John McNay

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    Yes,I think the family you found is the McNay...

    Yes,I think the family you found is the McNay family, Arthur.There seem to be many references to the McNays being on the ship and on Gilchrist's baptism he is said to have been born there abd father...
  22. Thread: John McNay

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    Yes there do seem to be a number of McNays and...

    Yes there do seem to be a number of McNays and Rogersons in this part of the county!
    Including in 1841 another 10 yr old John,in Kirkmichael,grandson to Joseph..
  23. Thread: John McNay

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    Here are the possibilities from Dryfesdale but...

    Here are the possibilities from Dryfesdale but further checking wouls be needed.
    1841 census freecen High St Dryfesdale, John McNay 10 with Grace Chalmers 50 and Agness Carruthers 33

    SP baptism...
  24. Thread: John McNay

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    On the archives.sa.gov.au site for the Hyderabad...

    On the archives.sa.gov.au site for the Hyderabad 1854 on page7/12 John and Elizabeth McNay age 24 and 22. John a farm servant from Dumfries (poss the county of)
    I see some possibilities for John and...
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    None needed! Good that we are all heading in the...

    None needed! Good that we are all heading in the same direction.:smile5:
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