Thanks, Peter. I'm not sure when exactly in the 1880s but I think prior to 1888 so I'll keep that in mind.
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Thanks Keith, it’s something to go on...
Can anyone tell me if 'army horse transport' in the 1880s is a specific regiment or like saying 'army catering corps', every regiment had one? Apologies for sounding thick but I really don't know...
I'm trawling the pre-1812 Woburn PR and it's fascinating. I've noticed that children are always son/daughter of X (name of father), a married woman is always wife of X or widow of X and older single...
01-11-2019 9:07 AM
Of course you are right, Stepives, but it’s the variability and strangeness of the results that’s the puzzle.
And hello DeliaB - I’m Norfolk Nan on GEDmatch too so if you find me on your list...
Hi Jomot1 - I think you have found the man and the children but the mystery of the wife continues. Thank you for looking. The references you found for the children match with the place of birth...
Yes, that's my John but not the John I was asking about. The John you have here was very visible from the birth of his daughter in 1894 right until his death in 1956 but I can't find anything for...
I have a brickwall for my 2xggrandfather, John Lee, that I've been working on for twenty years. However, I've got a side-shoot that I'd appreciate some help with please?
My John Lee had a child...
07-10-2019 11:52 AM
I know this thread has been quiet for a while but can I add my thoughts and experience.
Late last year my husband and I did the LivingDNA test because we fancied knowing if we were vikings. It...
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