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  1. A van would have almost certainly have been horse...

    A van would have almost certainly have been horse drawn at this time. A while back for a project I went through lists of deaths recorded by coroner's in Manchester some 50 years earlier than this...
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    These references refer to the civil registration...

    These references refer to the civil registration of births, marriages and deaths from 1837 onwards. Copies of the certificates, which have a lot more information on them, can be bought on line from...
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    Rhyl post code is LL18, which according to...

    Rhyl post code is LL18, which according to...
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    Adolphus Marott born 1852 died 27 Nov 1881 at sea...

    Adolphus Marott born 1852 died 27 Nov 1881 at sea (drowned) whilst aboard the “Rival” in the North Sea having departed from Yarmouth – source “Registers Of Wages And Effects Of Deceased Seamen,...
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    There are two potential birth registrations: ...

    There are two potential birth registrations:

    Frederick Marott 1856 Romford, Essex – Qtr 1 Vol 4a Page 96 – mother’s maiden name Mitcham
    Frederick Marriott 1856 Ongar, Essex Qtr 1 1856 Vol 4a Page...
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    Anglesey left Gwynedd in the mid-1990s and is now...

    Anglesey left Gwynedd in the mid-1990s and is now an independent county.

    There are so many local government reorganisations that it makes your head spin!:smilielol5:
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    Extremely unlikely. They are many examples pre...

    Extremely unlikely. They are many examples pre civil registration, which this virtually is, where women were known as for example Elizabeth Hughes the wife of Hugh Owen. It is all linked in with the...
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    There's a separate box for parish on the search...

    There's a separate box for parish on the search page and you don't need to enter a county.
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    Something to think about

    I have been doing some research into one branch of my family and as is not uncommon in Wales I have hit the conundrum of patrionymic names.

    Trying to work out connections and unravel the mystery I...
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    Everyday is never too much if you are enjoying...

    Everyday is never too much if you are enjoying yourself and getting pleasure from your activities!
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    This might help for record searching...

    This might help for record searching
    https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/introduction-groni-and-its-records
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    I think probably yes. This blog from the...

    I think probably yes. This blog from the National Archives is a bit long but gives some interesting insights into the early years of civil registration:
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    I have just realised that living in that...

    I have just realised that living in that household in the 1911 census is a daughter aged 15 called Florence May Challinor!!
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    I don't think that's the right one because he...

    I don't think that's the right one because he appears in the 1911 census living with his parents EDWIN and JEMIMA, who had been married for 27 years.

    I can't find a likely birth anywhere. There...
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    The 1901 Census referred to actually shows the...

    The 1901 Census referred to actually shows the following:

    John Freeman Head Widower 76 1825 Retired guard chain maker Birmingham, Warwickshire...
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    It would have been by deliberate choice. I...

    It would have been by deliberate choice.

    I have a Will written in 1736 where the deceased leaves the bulk of his estate to his "natural and reputed" children (son and daughter) whose mother was...
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    What you have is not the census but the 1939...

    What you have is not the census but the 1939 Register, which is similar but not the same. It was taken to give the Govt information about the number of people immediately before WW2 got started....
  19. A grant of administration is issued by a court or...

    A grant of administration is issued by a court or the probate service when no will has been found.
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    You should start with this National Archives...

    You should start with this National Archives guide:
    https://nationalarchives.gov.uk/search/results/?_q=Prisoners+of+war
  21. You are searching back at a time when many...

    You are searching back at a time when many records either never existed or haven't survived. Your best hope would be to simply blanket search where ever possible, and if it were me I would...
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    According to the birth index Barbara Sullivan's...

    According to the birth index Barbara Sullivan's mother's maiden name was Sutton.
  23. A Mary Beauchamp (“of full age”) married William...

    A Mary Beauchamp (“of full age”) married William Taylor in 1849 at the church of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex. You would need the actual certificate to see if the Bride’s father’s name and...
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    I'm not complaining but how come the 100 rule...

    I'm not complaining but how come the 100 rule doesn't apply? It's very frustrating when you know that the last census most of us will see is 1921..��
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    Sticky: Of course not.

    Of course not.
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