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  1. Thread: Introduction

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    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen. Bet you've built...

    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen. Bet you've built a few brick walls in your time but here it's all about knocking them down. If you have any such walls in the family past this is the place that is...
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    When searching for FMP baptisms select record set...

    When searching for FMP baptisms select record set "British India Office Births & Baptisms" (I usually start keying India in the relevant field which delivers click on facility)

    Still intrigued by...
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    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen. As specified in...

    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen.
    As specified in your opening post "pob lwc"!
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    Puzzled by your 1831 Edward birth? For example-...

    Puzzled by your 1831 Edward birth? For example-
    https://limerickcity.ie/media/Tierney%20of%20Limerick.pdf...
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    https://napoleon-series.org/research/biographies/G...

    https://napoleon-series.org/research/biographies/GreatBritain/Challis/c_ChallisT.html

    Tab down to Tierny and click on
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    Realised after posting that Thomas might have...

    Realised after posting that Thomas might have been in India as a "civvie"?
    Have found 2nd son John's application for the East India Company. FMP has it under "Turney" not "Tierny"
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    Struggling to find the 43rd in India before 1854?...

    Struggling to find the 43rd in India before 1854? For example,
    https://lightbobs.com/43rd-light-infantry-1741-1914.html

    Tabbing down to 43rd Light Infantry and hovering on field produces a...
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    Cork Constitution, 3 Dec 1829 We regret to hear...

    Cork Constitution, 3 Dec 1829
    We regret to hear that Sir Mathew Tierney has just received an account of the death of one of his nephews, Lieutenant John Tierney, of the 40th Regiment Bengal Native...
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    Statesman (London), Wed 29 July 1812 MILITARY...

    Statesman (London), Wed 29 July 1812
    MILITARY PROMOTIONS
    War Office 28 July
    43rd Regiment of Foot, Thomas Tierney, Esq, to be Paymaster of the 1st Batallion, vice Richards deceased.

    London...
  10. FamilySearch Image found of the 5 Jan 1802...

    FamilySearch
    Image found of the 5 Jan 1802 marriage. The witnesses were John Roberts and Elizabeth Palmer. Banns were read 22 Nov, 29 Nov and 6 Dec 1801

    FamilySearch
    Can't spot a Jane Roberts...
  11. FamilySearch Marriages (transcript/image) ...

    FamilySearch Marriages (transcript/image)

    Peter Palmer and Jane Roberts, 5 Jan 1802, Wadhurst.
    Having trouble finding the image. But from what I see around that period it may be a 1 or 2 line...
  12. FamilySearch Burials (transcript/image) Peter...

    FamilySearch Burials (transcript/image)

    Peter Palmer, bur 14 Mar 1827, abode Wadhurst, age 50 (born c. 1777)
  13. 1851 Census Address - Sodom, Wadhurst Thomas...

    1851 Census
    Address - Sodom, Wadhurst
    Thomas Manktelow, Head, Widower, 42, Ag Labourer, born Wadhurst
    The last person listed in the household is -
    Jane Palmer, Mother in Law, Widow, 70, born...
  14. 1841 (ref HO107 1116 9 5 2) Address -...

    1841 (ref HO107 1116 9 5 2)
    Address - Cottage, Wadhurst, Ticehurst
    Jane Palmer, 60, born Sussex
    Job Palmer, 15, born Sussex
    The practice of rounding ages down in 1841 means Job was born...
  15. I had a look at FamilySearch for Palmer baptisms,...

    I had a look at FamilySearch for Palmer baptisms, born Wadhurst, 1800-1830, parents Peter and Jane. It delivered
    Elizabeth, 2 May 1802; Philadelphia 24 Nov 1805; John 24 Apr 1807, bur 28 Jan 1828;...
  16. Thread: Hi

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    Between the People, 15 Nov 1914 (wounded) and the...

    Between the People, 15 Nov 1914 (wounded) and the Daily Record, 2 Sep 1915 (killed) -

    Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 23 Feb 1915
    Casualties reported from the Base under 1st January
    Missing - Bauld...
  17. Thread: Hi

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    FindMyPast Soldiers who died in the Great War...

    FindMyPast
    Soldiers who died in the Great War
    John Bauld, 21 May 1917, No 40996, Private, Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-Shire Buffs), Birth place - Dalgety, Fifeshire, Cause of death - died of wounds,...
  18. Thread: Hi

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    Daily Record, 2 Sep 1915 SCOTTISH LOSSES -...

    Daily Record, 2 Sep 1915
    SCOTTISH LOSSES - CASUALTIES IN TERRITORIAL REGIMENTS
    The following casualties were announced by the Official Press Bureau last night (Privates unless otherwise stated)...
  19. Thread: Hi

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    The People, 15 Nov 1914 From Base, Sep 24...

    The People, 15 Nov 1914
    From Base, Sep 24
    WOUNDED
    Bauld,6857, Pte W., Cameron Highlanders
  20. Thread: Hi

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    FindMyPast has another record with the additional...

    FindMyPast has another record with the additional information ""Residence - Hill of Beach, Fifeshire; Enlistment place - Dunfermline"

    I think that should read "Hill of Beath"?
  21. Thread: Hi

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    FindMyPast Commonwealth War Graves Commission...

    FindMyPast
    Commonwealth War Graves Commission Debt of Honour
    William Bauld, death date 11 Nov 1914, Number - 6857, Private, 1st Btn, Cameron Highlanders, Grave reference - Panel 38 and 40, Cemetery...
  22. Apologies for confusing you. Hadn't fully...

    Apologies for confusing you. Hadn't fully appreciated from you initial post that "Peter" was named on marriage cert. and 1825 christening name was "Phalec" not "Phalic. You get quite a different...
  23. Just checked and they were known as "submitted"...

    Just checked and they were known as "submitted" records.
  24. I don't use Familysearch often - struggling to...

    I don't use Familysearch often - struggling to find a christening for Phallic, Aug 1825. Can see a death 1879, age 54, born c. 1825.
    Is the source of the 1825 christening the parish register, a tree...
  25. 1851 Censu (refHO107 1639 418 8) Address Mark...

    1851 Censu (refHO107 1639 418 8)
    Address Mark Wicks, Wadhurst
    Edward Bean, Head, Marr, 43, Ag lab, born Lamberhurst
    Mary Bean, Wife, Marr, 47, Ag lab's wife, born Wadhurst
    Thomas Bean, Son,...
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