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I have moved your post from the 'Surname Interests' forum as that forum is just meant for members to list the names they ae researching.
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Both the 1841 and 1851 have the family living in Dearham. Using FreeBMD and entering 1800 in the Death age/DOB box and date range 1851 - 1861 there is this death
Deaths Sept 1/4 1859
Do you have your father's WW11 service record?
Wikipedia says "XXX Corps (30 Corps) was a corps of the British Army during the Second World War. The Corps provided extensive service in the North...
These are the only two birth registrations
Births June 1/4 1919
Arthur C Sabine mother's maiden name Gibbs Registration district Kensington vol 1a page 192
Births June 1/4 1913
Just to make sure we are on the right track is the man below the one you are researching?
Private SABINE, ARTHUR CHARLES
Service Number 6209793
1/7th Bn. Middlesex...
I second your sentiments Alma :smile5:
Is it the record with the second husband's surname that has further records available? Possibility that the second husband adopted the child so the record was changed or the second husband was...
yes you are right the method for uploading photos has changed in the last couple of months and they now need to be downloaded from a site with a URL such as Imgur. You can type Free Image...
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I suppose I can count myself lucky that I don't have to research the oh so common Welsh names but doing a job like yours and being able to visit Wales...
Hi Doreen and Fonziepage
You can exchange email addresses here on BG by clicking on the members avatar and from the drop down menu choose Private Message (pm). They are exactly that - private....
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There is a tree on ancestry.com in the UK, Foreign and Overseas Registers of British Subjects, 1628-1969 which gives the marriage of Bertha Elizabeth Mill...
I f your Mum was adopted and her birth was c1952 then the NZ government site has this to say about adoptions prior to 1986
If you were adopted before 1 March 1986, your...
Please post any replies on this link Squaredancer has given.
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duplicate threads cause...
29-10-2019 12:49 AM
Could it be Tudely Hale which Genuki tells me is a parish in Brenchley.
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Isn't it great now we have so much genealogy info online for those of us living so far away from our roots?
We have lots of members on the...
27-10-2019 7:50 AM
It wasn't Irene Mabel Coleman who married Leslie Woodward Tipple but her daughter Dorothy Irene Avenell.
here are Dorothy and her mother Irene travelling to Hong Kong in 1821
Mrs Irene Mabel...
26-10-2019 10:21 PM
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I had to read all of this thread to find the reference to Leslie Woodward tipple and have now taken note of it and your query. Off the top of my head I...
Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Fonzie.
I see you are finding your way around the site just fine having already posted on another thread.
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On the 1911 census Frank G Clayton with wife Florence at 9 Buxton Road, Mortlake, Richmond Surrey. No children. Occupation - Surgeons dispenser.
William A F Clayton June 1/4 1915 Richmond Surrey mother's maiden name Barron.
Marriage Frank G Clayton and Florence A Barron on same page FreeBMD Sept 1/4 1910 Richmond.
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If you came to us from Forces War Records reading this will explain the connection.
If you would like to give us your grandfather's name, date and place of birth we...
I very much doubt it.
I did try searching for an association connected to the 104th but haven't found one.
The National Archives has war diaries but is a bit cumbersome to search (imo) but I...
I took a look at the 1901 census using an ancestral name of mine. At the top of the original image it says Lancashire - South Manchester - Ardwick - District 091.
On the first page of the...
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