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    The family you've got your eye on in 1851...

    The family you've got your eye on in 1851 Scotland are Catholic. The births/baptisms of both of their sons (Felix and Peter/Patrick) are recorded in the Catholic births of St. Johns Glasgow as found...
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    Hi Wallace I have to gently but strongly...

    Hi Wallace

    I have to gently but strongly disagree with you!

    The US Census records as indexed online are poorly done to be sure but these are the indexed listings for your Janet.

    1900...
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    It would be my assumption that Govan Colliery is...

    It would be my assumption that Govan Colliery is used in this case as a place of birth as that is the area where the family had housing and also where the father was more than likely employed. Most...
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    Hi Rob I'm wondering how much time you've...

    Hi Rob

    I'm wondering how much time you've spent chasing down the various families on the various Scottish census records? From the 1891 census William states that he was born in Shettleston and...
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    Bits and pieces are always good! As for a...

    Bits and pieces are always good!

    As for a sub to SP...sorry....but they don't offer that. I just had some credits to spend and your brick wall sounded like the perfect place to drop a few! :) ...
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    Glad to lend a hand....I love a good mystery to...

    Glad to lend a hand....I love a good mystery to pick at!

    As for searching the Scottish census by occupation...yup you can but only on the big A dot com website. Unfortunately the SP indexes are...
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    If it's just the baptism record for John you'd...

    If it's just the baptism record for John you'd like to find then indeed you may be out of luck. Unfortunate too that the 1841 census for the Kirkcaldy parish is one of those that has gone missing. ...
  8. Thread: COFFIELD

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    The only online resource to Scottish civil...

    The only online resource to Scottish civil indexes and images is via SP. The other two you mention do not have any Scottish records save for some census transcriptions on one of them. The time...
  9. Thread: COFFIELD

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    A free search of the indexes on ScotlandsPeople...

    A free search of the indexes on ScotlandsPeople website using wildcards and a range of 1900 - 1933 only returns one possible result:

    1914 COFFIELD NEIL DUFF ELEANOR MCGREGO CADDER (WESTERN)...
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    Perhaps these dates and addresses will help........

    Perhaps these dates and addresses will help.....

    Appearing in the UK Medical Registers for the following publication years:

    Richard Eugene Harcourt
    Registered: 19 May 1887
    Qualifications: ...
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    Looks like another piece to your puzzle.... ...

    Looks like another piece to your puzzle....

    Name: Dr Richard E Harcourt
    Occupation: Surgeon
    Status: Married
    Foreigner - USA
    Ship's Port of Departure - Valparaiso, Chile
    Passenger boarded:...
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    A simple Google search turns up quite a few leads...

    A simple Google search turns up quite a few leads that you might want to follow up. One such is a digitzed volume on Google Books that has a section describing the arrival of William Read in...
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    You've got a tough situation here. Pinpointing...

    You've got a tough situation here. Pinpointing one precise birth with only a general year range, a name, and the whole of Scotland to consider borders on the impossible dream. You are correct in...
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    A further google search shows a daughter of...

    A further google search shows a daughter of Samuel and Emma named Clara Ann married Joseph Edward Taylor as his fourth wife and had 8 children. Joseph Taylor had been born in Horsham Sussex in 1830....
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    If he is the Samuel J. Sudbury 1829-1909 then...

    If he is the Samuel J. Sudbury 1829-1909 then there is a photo of him on this website: ...
  16. Your William and Rose were wed in England in the...

    Your William and Rose were wed in England in the Jul-Aug-Sep quarter of 1906 in West Ham Essex, Greater London. Reference Vol 4a Page 109.

    They are together recorded as APPS and arriving in...
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    Hope this link works: ...

    Hope this link works: https://www.thefreelibrary.com/The+life+and+times+of+Samuel+H.+Davis:+an+anti+slavery+activist.-a0192404032

    this is a whole piece on the life and times of another anti...
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    I'm feeling more strongly than ever that this is...

    I'm feeling more strongly than ever that this is indeed your Anne married to Nathaniel Paul. There are further Google Book readings that indicate Mrs. Paul married the Rev. while he was in England. ...
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    The 1840 US Census shows an Ann Paul enumerated...

    The 1840 US Census shows an Ann Paul enumerated as head of household and is the only member of the household...inAlbany...

    Name: Anne Paul
    Township: Albany Ward 1
    County: Albany
    State: New...
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    Wow....I hope I'm not creating something here but...

    Wow....I hope I'm not creating something here but there is quite a bit on Rev. Paul. A hit on Google Books reveals some facts about him...

    Born abt 1775...died 1839.
    Pastor at the Hamilton...
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    I would guess this speech on slavery might be...

    I would guess this speech on slavery might be given by the same Rev. N. Paul from Albany that you refer to:

    https://www.blackpast.org/?q=1827-rev-nathaniel-paul-hails-end-slavery-new-york

    What...
  22. Thread: May Ellis

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    Since Isley's mum was born in England that looks...

    Since Isley's mum was born in England that looks to be the first connection to chase down. The 1930 US census reveals the family has now moved to New York state and are living in Richmond. Note wife...
  23. Thread: USA BDM

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    The main problem being is that out of 50 states...

    The main problem being is that out of 50 states there is just no standard for vital recordkeeping that crosses all borders. In many instances it's more like dealing with 50 countries than just the...
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    Genealogy rule number 1....keep the living...

    Genealogy rule number 1....keep the living rellies as happy as possible:)

    Best wishes
    Jean
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    Lawful son or daughter of....means precisely...

    Lawful son or daughter of....means precisely that. The child was born of parents who were married in the eyes of the law. If the parents were not married the births would have been tagged...
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