If the JHP in 1939 register is the right chap then these are the possible birth regs.
unless he was registered within 14 days of birth.
Births Dec 1887
Parry John Henry Bangor 11b 439,...
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And if the 1939 record is for 'your' JHP this could be his wife Annie's death registration. Age at deathe fits with her age on 1911 census.
Deaths Dec 1933
Parry Annie, age 48 W. Derby ...
How about this.
13 Heyworth Street, Liverpool
John H Parry, DOB: 16th Sept 1887, widowed, Master at Arms, SS Scythia, 6/6/39, no 124377
Same address: Mary E Clark, DOB: 4th Apr...
Marriages Sep 1873, Merthyr T. 11a 662
Daniel Barz [sic] Catherine Smith
This is the 1901 census which in my opinion is a mess, someone, could be enumerator, or whoever filled out the original return from which the enumerator made his copy into his book (the return we see...
I think there's a mistake on the census return, Daniel is not Edward and Ellen's son but Ellen's brother (brother in law to Edward (the head of household)
It looks like Daniel and Margaret were...
A possible death.
Deaths Mar 1912; Blake Edward, age 36 Newport M 11a 356
1911, Cohens Terrace Cwmbran, Monmouth, RG14; Piece: 32025; Schedule Number: 209;
married 13yrs, 4 children born alive, 3 still living.
Edward Blake 35, sea fireman, Dowlais, Glamorgan
A possibility is this marriage, which would be Ellen's 2nd marriage.
Marriages Jun 1913:
Blake Ellen Farr Newport M. 11a 460
Farr John Blake Newport M. 11a 460
There is a family of Bartz living in Newport, the head of family is Daniel Bartz born abt. 1851 in Germany, his wife is Catherine abt. 1854 born Merthyr Glamorgan.
1891: RG12; Piece: 4418; Folio:...
Tony, It's a great question and I hope you get an informed answer.
Personally, I take no notice of any trees on family search; I use the site purely for searching births, marriages and deaths...
No, we don't. Christina, you have given a more comprehensive and informative reply, my typing is so slow I always try to take the easy route.
Jimmy, if you are interested in tracing Arthur's...
Is your mother-in-laws first name Edith? If so, the commemoration below will pertain to her first husband.
14-11-2019 5:26 PM
Thank you, Elwyn for your informative post :)
I do wish we had a like button as some of the replies are down to great research :) Well done.
I'm sure Ashleigh will be very pleased.
According to the 1851 census both Peter Smith (born 1800) and Mary (born 1801) were born in Blackburn. HO107; Piece 2258; folio 163; page 40.
08-11-2019 3:44 AM
Kate, don't forget to read all three of my replies (including this one) since your last post.
Perhaps you are unaware that you can now find Mother's maiden name on the GRO site from 1837? You...
08-11-2019 3:33 AM
You will see there are births for all the children registered in the Cockermouth district which is the registration district for Workington, except no birth registration for Eliza as she was born in...
08-11-2019 3:23 AM
Hi Kate, Yes, all evidence points to Eliza being born in Glasgow abt. 1857, therefore you do have the right birth record, soon after her birth her family moved to England and here they are in 1871....
08-11-2019 12:59 AM
Sorry I gave misinformation Workington isn't in the Tynemouth district, however, I do think Eliza was living with her family in Workington in 1861 and 1871.
08-11-2019 12:55 AM
OK, Kate. Thank you. It does mean Mary born IOM is not your ancestor. Your ancestors are John Thompson and Maria Duff both born Ireland and living in Workington, Workington makes sense as it's the...
07-11-2019 6:37 AM
To expand on Dundee10's finds at #8
1861, Workington, RG 9; Piece: 3938; Folio: 98; Page: 17;
All children entered as born in Workington.
John Thompson 38, cartman, Ireland
Maria Thompson 33,...
07-11-2019 4:49 AM
The marriage certificate is on Kate's Ancestry tree.
Eliza Thompson and Peter Johnston married in the register office district of Tynemouth
The witnesses are John and Sarah Mary Moon
07-11-2019 3:14 AM
Have you looked at the links provided by Dundee10 at #8? To me they look good, what are your thoughts? As Dundee pointed out the Eliza in your ancestry was baptised in High Church, Glasgow, Lanark...
06-11-2019 4:32 PM
I have been working on this (in between babysitting a two year old :) )
I didn't get as far as Dundee10 but did find the Cumberland connection, so I agree with Dundee's findings.
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