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    Thanks so much Phillip. I know it's like looking...

    Thanks so much Phillip. I know it's like looking for a needle in a haystack! I will try and get hold of the article you mention.

    ETA: Have managed to download it from...
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    Levi and Esther SAMUEL

    I am looking for information on Levi and Esther SAMUEL, a Jewish couple who had a son Simon, born in Houndsditch, London, on 25 April 1779. Simon later joined the navy and started using the surname...
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    You may find some pointers at...

    You may find some pointers at https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/56670-Researching-in-Wales
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    I'm not sure whether to feel relieved or insulted...

    I'm not sure whether to feel relieved or insulted I've been left out! My Ancestry pages are showing exactly the same as usual. My bookmark goes straight to the Search Page and if I click on Home it...
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    You are right to keep an open mind about the two...

    You are right to keep an open mind about the two marriages, but just because someone signed one document and made a mark on another doesn't necessarily mean they were two different people. One of my...
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    The occupation you couldn't read is Mariner,...

    The occupation you couldn't read is Mariner, which fits with the information on William's second marriage certificate.
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    I have found the baptism for the (eldest?) son,...

    I have found the baptism for the (eldest?) son, David William Jones, in St.Nicholas, Liverpool. He was born 30 March 1872 and baptised 19 May 1872, son of William and Maria. William was a Ship Smith...
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    If I have found the right baptism (born 25 March...

    If I have found the right baptism (born 25 March 1883 to William and Maria Jones and baptised 25 February 1906 in St.Joseph, Liverpool) then the maiden surname would appear to be Sorrell. Address 28...
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    There is a Hubert COUZENS, aged 60, on the...

    There is a Hubert COUZENS, aged 60, on the passenger list of the Queen Mary, sailing from Southampton to New York on 30 March 1938. He is listed as an engineer. Can't quite make out the last known...
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    For Welsh links, go to...

    For Welsh links, go to https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/56670-Researching-in-Wales
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    There are two private trees on Ancestry for...

    There are two private trees on Ancestry for Henney. Might be worth contacting the owners? Though judging from the surname one of them might well be you :smile:
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    Thanks for trying ladies. There is no hurry now...

    Thanks for trying ladies. There is no hurry now as I have decided that the loose pages at the end are purely family events and so do not need to be included with the transcription of the diary we...
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    Can anyone read shorthand?

    I have been transcribing a diary written between 1874 and 1878 with some loose pages at the end written by the author's son in the early 1900s. One snippet appears to be written in shorthand. Can...
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    Same place

    Same place
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    Stramshall only became a parish in its own right...

    Stramshall only became a parish in its own right in 1853, the church of St.Michael and All Saints dating from 1850-52, so I assume your ancestors had to trek two miles to Uttoxeter for baptisms and...
  16. Ancestry shows a marriage between David Troth and...

    Ancestry shows a marriage between David Troth and Emma Woodward in Bromsgrove on 14 August 1874
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    Welcome to BG. Sadly the original poster is no...

    Welcome to BG. Sadly the original poster is no longer a member, as indicated by the word Guest in her profile, and so will not automatically see your reply, but with any luck she will one day come...
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    Welcome back!

    Welcome back!
  19. Thread: 1921 Census

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    Wow Peter! Thank you SO much. It is indeed him....

    Wow Peter! Thank you SO much. It is indeed him. The other first names meant nothing but I thought it worth a punt, and it's definitely him, despite the age being out. He was a boarder - Amelia,...
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    I tried your trick with David Edgar Roderick born...

    I tried your trick with David Edgar Roderick born 1891, but sadly still no joy. He had left Llandovery, where he was born, but was not yet at the address in Cardiff from which he married in 1923....
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    Welcome to BG. I'm just up the road in Rhoose. I...

    Welcome to BG. I'm just up the road in Rhoose. I have moved your post from Navigating BG, where it might not be seen, to General Queries. Hopefully someone will be able to help soon.
  22. Thread: 1921 Census

    by Sue Mackay
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    Click on Extra Materials. The address is on the...

    Click on Extra Materials. The address is on the page marked Front. You don't need to pay again.
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    Merry Christmas to one and all, and if you are...

    Merry Christmas to one and all, and if you are having to self isolate, may you make lots of online breakthroughs with your family tree!
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    Welcome to BG Louise. John Philbrick was my 6xgt...

    Welcome to BG Louise. John Philbrick was my 6xgt grandfather and I have already contacted you by private message and received your file with the additional generations. I hadn't previously got...
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    Longest name?

    How's this for a birth certificate?

    https://m.thegazette.co.uk/all-notices/content/101516

    I bet the vicar of St.Peter's was glad they only chose two for the baptism!
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