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    You'll have spotted the pamphlet extract I posted...

    You'll have spotted the pamphlet extract I posted related to the 1819 Westminster election. It emphasised the importance of paying taxes etc. on time and a bit of skullduggery practised by others....
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    REFORM OF PARLIAMENT Extract "The Committee...

    REFORM OF PARLIAMENT
    Extract
    "The Committee appointed by the Electors of Westminster, to conduct the election of John Cam Hobhouse Esq, to their Constituents, on the final close of the Poll....
  3. Why didn't you preface your post by specifying...

    Why didn't you preface your post by specifying EXACTLY what you were after and that you already held a wealth of information. Have to admit I had a gut feeling about this from the outset.
  4. Kirkintilloch Herald, 13 Nov 1912 LOCAL NEWS...

    Kirkintilloch Herald, 13 Nov 1912
    LOCAL NEWS
    "Mr John Gardner, moulder, 109 Townhead, has been appointed unopposed the workmen's representative from Kirkintilloch to the Court of Referees under the...
  5. Kirkintilloch Herald, 10 Apr 1918 WAR ITEMS...

    Kirkintilloch Herald, 10 Apr 1918
    WAR ITEMS
    Word has been received that leading seaman Robt. Gardner, R.N.D., son of John Gardner, moulder, has been gassed in action in France. He has been nearly...
  6. Might be "your" Robert? Kirkintilloch Gazette,...

    Might be "your" Robert?

    Kirkintilloch Gazette, 12 Apr 1918
    KIRKINTILLOCH CASUALTIES
    Leading seaman Robert Gardner, gassed, is a son of Mr John Gardner, Townhead, Kirkintilloch

    Note - my post...
  7. A later notice Kilsyth Chronicle, 26 Apr 1918...

    A later notice
    Kilsyth Chronicle, 26 Apr 1918
    WAR NOTES - Official Casualty Lists
    Gardner. L-Sgt. R (CZ1735) of the R.N.V.R., Kirkintilloch - Wounded
  8. Had you found? Weekly Casualty List (War...

    Had you found?

    Weekly Casualty List (War Office & Air Ministry), 1 Jan 1918
    ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION - Wounded
    Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
    Gardner CZ/1375 L.-sea, R (Kirkintilloch)
  9. Aussie Newspapers Also...

    Aussie Newspapers

    Also
    https://wartimememoriesproject.com/greatwar/ships/view.php?pid=2801
  10. A couple of names mentioned in British newspapers...

    A couple of names mentioned in British newspapers in Nov 1915 and also in Trove. Remarkably, there's a photograph in late Sep 1915 of nurses aboard the Dunluce Castle staring at a German aeroplane...
  11. London Street Name Changes - Present Name ...

    London Street Name Changes -

    Present Name Former Name
    Coxsons Place Butler's Place
    Coxsons Place Church Grove
    Coxsons Place Victoria Grove

    Booth's poverty map shows the 3...
  12. https://maps.nls.uk/view/101201655 If you check...

    https://maps.nls.uk/view/101201655
    If you check the eastern edge of this map you will see "Coxsons Place".
    I haven't time to check the adjoining map. But if you go to the nls website and check for...
  13. A very warm welcome to Britgen. Booth's poverty...

    A very warm welcome to Britgen.
    Booth's poverty maps of London
    https://booth.Lse.ac.uk/map/17/-0.0764/51.4998/100/0
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    A very warm welcome to Britgen. There are some...

    A very warm welcome to Britgen.
    There are some lengthy newspaper reports about Charles Quail's court appearance in 1826 - part of a gang of ne'er do wells. Sentenced to Transportation for life there...
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    Apologies for transcribing 1933 incorrectly (...

    Apologies for transcribing 1933 incorrectly ( must try harder).
    What surprised me when I checked the 40 yr old birth was the lad from Newark, New Jersey, entering the frame.
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    A peep at the '21 census delivers PoB for Sydney...

    A peep at the '21 census delivers PoB for Sydney and Elsie. The "closest" birth registration for Sydney John, using the '21 PoB, is -
    John Milligan, Sep Qtr 1886, Toxteth Park, 8b 265 - mother's...
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    Police Gazette 27 Nov 1917 ABSENTEES under the...

    Police Gazette 27 Nov 1917
    ABSENTEES under the Military Service Act
    Office No - 1669; Name - S J Milligan; No. as shown on Classification Register - 1933; age - 40; Trade - mrne gresr; Last known...
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    A warm welcome to Britgen. Is this the fella?...

    A warm welcome to Britgen. Is this the fella?
    Wills
    Milligan, Sydney John of 20 Observatory Road, Birkenhead, died 8 Feb 1947 at 56 Church Road, Birkenhead. Administration Chester 9 April to Elsie...
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    Megan, Agreed - sailing from Pontypool a non...

    Megan,
    Agreed - sailing from Pontypool a non starter.
    Have been chasing any reference to a "Thomas and Mary" sailing for Canada around 1817. I can find at least 4 ships/boats called "Thomas and...
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    "The Clergy Man's Law; ...", William Watson, 1701...

    "The Clergy Man's Law; ...", William Watson, 1701

    "In former times the necessity of Baptism to new born infants was so rigorously taught, that for this they reasonably allow'd lay People, and even...
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    If you want to know the detail, see "The book of...

    If you want to know the detail, see "The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, And other rites and ceremonies of the church, According to the use of the Church of England...
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    This article refers to his painting contributing...

    This article refers to his painting contributing to his death.
    https://newspapers.library.wales/view/3737340/3737346/100/

    Amused to read somewhere how one wag, in referring to the wedding, came...
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    Post #7 mentions Thomas Salmon, barrister, born...

    Post #7 mentions Thomas Salmon, barrister, born Framlingham. Have confirmed his father, William Salmon, of Penllyne, was born in the Parish of Wickham Market, Suffolk, 16 Mar 1790.
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    Might she have posed for him? ...

    Might she have posed for him?
    https://newspapers.library.wales/view/3091509/3091514/30/

    See end column.
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    https://newspapers.library.wales/view/3266255/3266...

    https://newspapers.library.wales/view/3266255/3266258/57/deere%20AND%20salmon

    This article states that neither William nor brother Thomas married. They are together on the '41 Census in London...
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