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Unless you were trying to reply to it some time ago, that might be because, as at the same time as you were trying to reply to it, I was busy deleting it! :biggrin:
Basically you can call yourself whatever you like, as long as you have no intention to defraud anyone.
My grandfather called himself Thomas Frederick on a naval document, his marriage...
These may, or may not, either give pointers or else muddy the waters still further. Take your pick. :smile5:
Willesden parish and Harlesden are adjacent.
An Elizabeth Carroll married a John...
Sticky: Home Children
Quite by chance found this https://
And I also have this in my bookmarks.
This is an...
As usual, Pamela's on fire tonight. :smile5:
I'd found the Carroll-Kinsella children's birth registrations and the 1939 Register entry, but not got any further.
mmn = mother's maiden name.
Sadie Kinsella and Joseph Carroll, June quarter 1923, Bucklow registration district.
Places in Bucklow rgistration district (which is mostly in Cheshire, but occasionally Lancashire)...
The 'interesting bit of trivia' is actually a separate thread, started by Megan.
Took me quite a while before I realised that in the first blue bar directly underneath the last post in a thread...
Can you go back into your search history in your browser and send the link (url) to that thread, please, Squaredancer.
I've got a Zoom meeting to attend but will look at the query afterwards.
09-04-2021 9:48 PM
Bump for the show tomorrow - or more likely today if you either live in NZ or OZ, or went to bed early in the UK. :smile5: https://www.
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No, it says Mary A, albeit the A is badly written.
Yes, it could stand for Mary Alice. Or Mary Ada, or Mary Annabel, or Mary Alison, etc.
However, as her death registration says Mary Ann, I...
Oh no you haven't.
What was Mary's middle name when she died?
Also if she was born in 1902 as per the 1939 Register and her death registration, how can she possible appear in the 1901 census?...
If you're searching on FMP, you're not doing anything wrong. FMP have made a dog's dinner of the names, though I would agree with their date of birth for Mary being 4 March 1902, rather than...
Pam's going to give you an important piece of advice. :smile5:
You should never just write 'Chester le Street' or Houghton le Spring' unless you mean an event actually happened in the town. If you...
If anyone is thinking that toffeetower has slightly lost the plot, you're half right. :smile5:
What happened was that, late last night, he made a post which referenced a possible living person, so...
07-04-2021 4:54 AM
I might have demolished your brick wall. Just don't get too excited, as it all depends from where you got your Though the address in the 1861 and 1871 census entries seem to fit.
Smith refers to Winnifred's name after she married.
When you look at the image, in the left-hand column is written 20.6.47 GCO and then separately M (for marriage.) Sometimes the date given refers...
06-04-2021 6:31 AM
Not sure if Ancestry have re-named that dataset but the title is now 'Bristol, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812'. Found the image by searching for John Busse,...
05-04-2021 9:43 PM
If it's online then tell us where to find it (dataset, church, page number, name you're looking at, etc) and we can look.
Trying to do family history without properly joining the dots will only result in you going down the wrong road. :smile5:
Start with the birth certificate of either your mother or father, whoever...
There's a plain Joseph (no middle name) Oakes marrying a Lilian Richardson in Newcastle upon Tyne registration district, December quarter 1938. Volume number 10b page number 212.
They were probably...
I don't know what information is given on South African marriage and death certificates, but I would have thought your best chance of obtaining any relevant information regarding Eddie's birth...
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Specific to Tasmania
From the opening paragraph on the home page:
"It seeks to record and study the founding population of 73,000 men women and...
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Raffaele, the original poster in this thread (and the only one related to the Mundeys) hasn't visited the forum for almost two years, but...
A mis-spelt - or at least mis-dotted :smile5: - William.
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