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    I really have no idea why so I searched using...

    I really have no idea why so I searched using '1818 Westminster elections have a note appended saying "Sent to High Baliff and rejected" and this was the first result. Did the High Bailiff get fed up...
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    So glad it worked for you. :smile5: Christina

    So glad it worked for you. :smile5:

    Christina
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    Welcome to the Brit-Gen forums Mandy Thank you...

    Welcome to the Brit-Gen forums Mandy
    Thank you for posting all the extra information for Catherine and her daughter Winifred. An interesting but very sad story. Others in the future may find this...
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    Old thread for Garrett 1891 started in 2010. ...

    Old thread for Garrett 1891 started in 2010.

    https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/65013-Garrett-1891?highlight=Garrett+1891

    There was a reply to this post 2 January 2019 but not by...
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    I can't see a marriage for Hilda Pratt to a...

    I can't see a marriage for Hilda Pratt to a Cronshaw but there is a death for a Hilda Cronshaw born 19 January 1917 (matches the 1939 register) Manchester reg district June 1/4 1970 vol 10c page 529...
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    On FreeBMD Marriages Sept 1/4 1935 Arthur B...

    On FreeBMD

    Marriages Sept 1/4 1935
    Arthur B Pratt to Hilda Pratt registration district Manchester S. vol 8d page 204
    Isn't that her husband and two children she is with on the 1939 register? ...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums :smile5:...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums :smile5:
    What family tree program are you using? For instance I am using RootsMagic and can export my family tree as a gedcom file to my laptop desktop to be...
  8. hello Apriland welcome to the British-Genealogy...

    hello Apriland welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    Having come to us from Forces War Recprds this explains the connection'

    The National Archives guide about medals and clasps is here and says...
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    Thank you for taking a look at this...

    Thank you for taking a look at this Pamelawagster. It is good to have a fresh pair of eyes to see what I miss.
    I will have to come back to it all later when I have more time.
    Christina
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    Hi Megan The full link doesn't work for me and I...

    Hi Megan
    The full link doesn't work for me and I can only get to it by putting the address into a search engine leaving off $init=CON34-1-3P456 then scrolling down the left hand side until I get...
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    There is also a Sidney John Milligan baptised 13...

    There is also a Sidney John Milligan baptised 13 Oct 1889 Great Yarmouth Norfolk born 1 Sept 1888. Parents Richard James Barber Milligan and Sarah Milligan. He is still with his parents in 1911. Died...
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    If the family tree on ancestry is correct, and it...

    If the family tree on ancestry is correct, and it does list a lot of sources, then Sydney/William joined up in 1914 and was discharged, wounded, in 1918. He served overseas for 5 months and received...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums There is...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    There is a tree on ancestry for a man of the same name who married Elsie Yarnold.
    They have his original name as John William Milligan birth 26 December...
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    I am happy for you Jane but green with...

    I am happy for you Jane but green with envy.:smile5: My biggest brickwall is only born 1920 but no sign of him on any records after that even though I have a photo of him with his mother and he once...
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    Welcome to the Brit-Gen forums :smile5:...

    Welcome to the Brit-Gen forums :smile5:
    Unfortunately the original poster who started this thread and most other contriutors are no longer members of Brit-Gen as indicated by the word 'guest under...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums :smile5:

    Just to try and get us started on your puzzle I found the children of Lewis Williams and Mary listed as follows at this link on familysearch.org.
    ...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums launa j...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums launa j
    As Pamela says it is more likely that your father served in WW11 and those records are still held by the MoD. This 'sticky' explains more and gives...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums :smile5:...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums :smile5:

    It is good to meet new people online and even after many years a chance encounter can lead to new information that helps in our searches.

    Our...
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    This article explains why the 1921 census was postponed until June
    Christina
  20. Such an interesting read Alma, thank you....

    Such an interesting read Alma, thank you.
    Christina
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    Welcome to the Brit-Gen forums Jane....

    Welcome to the Brit-Gen forums Jane.
    Unfortunately the original poster, Sulee, is no longer a member of Brit-Gen and we do not hold any contact information for them so they will not receive...
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    Hi
    I don't think the information you are wanting does have to be "out there somewhere" from the information I have seen.
    https://www.archives.gov/research/immigration/overview...
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    Hi mb3700 The original poster on this thread is...

    Hi mb3700
    The original poster on this thread is no longer a member of the Brit-Gen forums and we have no way to contact her.
    As she was doing a one name study you could ask them if they have a...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Sospanfawr.
    Unfortunately you may not be able to establish for sure if the Medal Index cards and Service Medal and Award Roll entry refer to your great...
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    In the 1851 census there is a Samuel Wright age...

    In the 1851 census there is a Samuel Wright age 27, a mariner, born St Martin? in the Fields living with William Salmon and his unnamed wife. He is listed as the head of the household's...
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