It's been 18 months since the last post!
www.iMuseum.im is now online and will prove helpful.
Baptism 16th September 1854, at Malew
Edward Thomas Gale, son of Edward Gale (Labourer) and Alice...
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No you can't - only transcriptions.
If I need to look at an original image, I always pop in to the Museum!
Only entries up to 1883 have been digitalised?! Even at the Manx Museum Library!
After that we still have to manually look through the Parish Registers.
ManxBMD www.manxbmd.com Coverage now up to 1979 (or later). Not 100% coverage (yet)
Lawson's Micro-site ...
Try the Irish Government site?!
www.irishgenealogy.ie, and then search Church Records
Jacobstowe is only 5 miles from Okehampton.
And Jacobstowe is only a small village (309 people in 1850) and easily confused with Jacobstow in Cornwall!
Much easier to say Okehampton?
13-01-2012 9:41 AM
When you look at the image of the original form, there is a large green button in the top of the screen marked "Save to computer"!
I assume that's what you wanted?
Just spotted one at Edinburgh Castle - it's bigger than the coaches that were parked there earlier in the day!
Maybe that's the cause of the Edinburgh Military Tattoo ticket site being down all...
02-12-2011 3:14 AM
In my home town (Portishead, North Somerset), my father used to walk us to grandmother's house every Sunday.
We always walked through Welly Bottom!
I'm also doing well!
3 in the first 15 minutes ;-)
Allegedly, that's the way Manx surnames came into being!
Originally traditional Celtic surnames, begining Mc or Mac, the "M" got lost over the years.
Hence most Manx surnames now begin with a hard...
Found them in 1851, if that's any help!
Reference HO107, Piece 2393, Folio 316, Page 14
Downs Lane, Hetton le Hole
Davidson, William Head M 25 Coal Miner b Bishops Wearmouth
Have you found her in any census?
If so, do you have a reference?
Marriages, March qtr 1847
Newcastle Upon Tyne district vol 25, page 307
+ and on the same page +
The Manx Museum did a months-long display regarding Internees a few years ago, and a book (or 2?) was published.
I'll see if I can dig up a reference for you.
The display was very...
I like it!
I never could find anything using the old Catalogue Search, but got 84 hits just on Garrad!
Thank you very much, Sue.
I should point out that her father, my grandfather was a Nurseryman - plants!
So she would not have trained (necessarily!) as a midwife or children's nurse!!
That's very helpful of you Sue.
My Aunt, Ethel Irene Primrose Garrad, b 1908 Wiltshire d 1970 Sussex, was trained in Bristol (I believe), and ended up as a Matron in a Mental Hospital in Sussex....
Why noy but a white USb memory stick, and use permanent markers to paint a logo?
I'm sure that's true - I was talking from my own personal experiences.
I find the searching very difficult to use, and on the rare occassions that something does turn up, it's never available for...
Where in TNA do you find anything about Nursing Service?
I find TNA the most unfriendly, unhelpful archive service, and have NEVER found any information from their online archives.
I live in The...
I can - but I won't!
The parish covering Coombe Down was South Stoke, so you need to search the PR's for that parish.
You could try FreeReg (.org.uk) - but their coverage isn't complete, and doesn't cover every...
As a start, I would suggest you use FreeBMD to look for half-siblings.
You know your father's surname (obviously!) and you say you know his 2nd wife's name, and I presume you know when they got...
24-08-2011 6:20 AM
Looking at FreeBMD for their marriage brings up:
June qtr 1865
Weobly district vol 6a, page 939
+ and on the same page +
If this IS their marriage, then we...
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