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    Hi Terrie, The only Ellen Jones I've found at...

    Hi Terrie,

    The only Ellen Jones I've found at that census reference is living in the household of Jonathan Jones whose wife seems to be Ann. HO107; Piece: 1120; Book: 8; Folio: 20; Page: 32.
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  2. Probably Shover's Green. ...

    Probably Shover's Green.

    https://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/SSX/Wadhurst/ShoversGreenBaptistChapel
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    Hi, Thank you for returning to your request. ...

    Hi,

    Thank you for returning to your request. If you tell us what type of information you'd like to find, we will try to help. Are you interested in Samuel's ancestry or just information...
  4. Thread: Pitkethly

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    The fire went out, Pam, I tried to sleep but had...

    The fire went out, Pam, I tried to sleep but had no luck so here I am shattered and sleepless. :)
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    Hendon & Finchley Times 18 May 1917 We regret...

    Hendon & Finchley Times 18 May 1917

    We regret to announce the death of Mr James William Pitkethly of Bagshot Surrey, well known in Childs Hill and connected to the Baptist Church.

    Hendon &...
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    There's a death notification for Caroline in ...

    There's a death notification for Caroline in

    Hendon & Finchley Times 29 July 1927

    It's rather a long announcement, in short, it says..............

    Death took place on Monday of Mrs Caroline...
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    Here you are, Gary. St Pancras Church, 11th...

    Here you are, Gary.

    St Pancras Church, 11th Feb 1845.

    Joseph Pridden, bachelor, bootmaker, Tonbridge St, father Humphrey Pridden (dead)
    Harriet Prescott, spinster, Tonbridge St, father James...
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    Hi Gary, The marriage certificate is on...

    Hi Gary,

    The marriage certificate is on Ancestry in the database "London, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932"

    If you don't have access to Ancestry and would like the...
  9. Thread: PAPER STAINER

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    Kathy, if there are other records you'd like help...

    Kathy, if there are other records you'd like help with please ask and we'll try to help.
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    More baptisms for children born to William and...

    More baptisms for children born to William and Harriet at City Rd, Tabernacle.

    John Owen Evans, born 22nd Apr 1823; Harriot born 8th July 1817;

    A great informative baptism record....
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    Hi Kathyv and welcome to the Brit-Gen forums. ...

    Hi Kathyv and welcome to the Brit-Gen forums.

    I have no connection to these people but thought I'd have a search around and see if I could help you make a connection to Caroline Evans daughter of...
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    I have Ancestry World and was able to search via...

    I have Ancestry World and was able to search via New Zealand BMD's, I entered only Clara, no surname and searched 1885 +/- 2yrs.
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    Hi brentor boy, There's a tree on Ancestry...

    Hi brentor boy,

    There's a tree on Ancestry which has Clara's birth as 4 Aug 1885, Palmerston North, Manawatu, New Zealand.

    Using that information I searched for Clara, no surname, born...
  14. Thread: Burial

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    The 1939 register has.. 197 Kensal Rd,...

    The 1939 register has..

    197 Kensal Rd, Kensington
    Louisa M Mealing birth date 24 Sept 1899, also in the property Richard R Mealing 25 Oct 1899 and three closed records.

    A louisa M Mason...
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    Greyhound, more info is required for us to trace...

    Greyhound, more info is required for us to trace the right Louise(a). Did she marry, if so when, and what's the name of her husband, was he still alive in 1939, what's her maiden name?

    When and...
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    Thank you, Mitch.

    Thank you, Mitch.
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    Hi Danny, Welcome to the B-G Forums where we...

    Hi Danny,

    Welcome to the B-G Forums where we hope you'll enjoy being part of our community.

    Your Mum's DNA results sound interesting whereas mine didn't really tell me anything I didn't already...
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    Pipsqueak, this forum looks useful and helpful,...

    Pipsqueak, this forum looks useful and helpful, the second topic down is "Help for interpreting texts, etc."

    If you right-click on the pages you're given the option to translate to English.
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    That's true, Pipsqueak. I've been scouring...

    That's true, Pipsqueak.

    I've been scouring old Danish alphabets but can't find a letter which looks like the first letter in your word.
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    I think that looks good, I had been looking for...

    I think that looks good, I had been looking for words beginning 'N' as the first letter does look like the old Danish writing for N. Well done helachau :)
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    Hi Pipsqueak, I haven't read the entire thread...

    Hi Pipsqueak,

    I haven't read the entire thread so don't know if you've tried a Danish Genealogy Forum where you could perhaps upload your image and ask if anyone is able to translate. I came...
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    A good find, Gavin. :) Here are the full...

    A good find, Gavin. :)

    Here are the full details.

    Parish Church, Whitchurch, Oct 8th 1865.
    James Bagley, full age, bachelor, labourer, of Green End, father James Brown Bagley, labourer.
    Ann...
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    I don't mind at all, Gavin :) I have access to...

    I don't mind at all, Gavin :)

    I have access to newspapers via my public library's online database which is for library members only and Find my Past's 'British Newspapers'
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    Hi angeleyes, it is kind of you to voice your...

    Hi angeleyes, it is kind of you to voice your appreciation, thank you, I'm sure those who helped will be pleased.

    It is good news that you've managed to get further information to help your...
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    Maybe this one? MYHRS, CHRISTIAN ANDREW,...

    Maybe this one?

    MYHRS, CHRISTIAN ANDREW, age 32
    GRO Reference: 1861 J Quarter in NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Volume 10B Page 11
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