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  1. And another one from Robina....

    Greetings Roziers All, especially Bryan,
    Fascinating the way this thread keeps reappearing! If it is of any interest, I have copies of the entries in the EMONDS/ROZIER Family Bible (in the...
  2. Thanks Christine, If you do find out the first...

    Thanks Christine,
    If you do find out the first name of your Mr Rozier, I'd be interested to hear it.
    As you may recall, my ROZIERS began as ROZZEROs and my very own Nathaniel (my great gdad,...
  3. Peckin' ROZIERS

    Well now Christine
    Interestingly, I am aware that Thomas Francis ROZIER (my great uncle) married Harriet Elizabeth PECK on 11 Jul 1903 Witnesses were Ellen PASFIELD and Eliza PECK. The families...
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    EDMONDS in Norwich (2)

    Although my great grandfather Benjamin EDMONDS is recorded in all the censuses (apart from 1861 when I cannot find him) as being born in Newmarket, I am now pretty sure that his parents married in...
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    EDMONDS in Norwich (1)

    If I can succeed in clicking to post this without being told that I 'about to enter an adult site' *(which, naturally, I do not!)....

    Hallo Seekers,
    I am seeking details/evidence of a marriage...
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    COOPER/GOLD marriage in Canterbury 1789

    Belated Happy New Year, Seekers.

    I have a set of 3G grandparents called Frances and Daniel COOPER. Their off-spring were baptised in Swanage in Dorset and I have an IGI record of a Daniel COOPER...
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    COOPER/TARRY in Swanage

    I have found in the IGI a reference to a baptism in Swanage on 28 Feb 1768, of Daniel COOPER son of Daniel COOPER and Betty. He may be one of my 3G grandfathers.
    Could anyone enlighten me with...
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    Hallo Donna It seems that the references to...

    Hallo Donna
    It seems that the references to Louisa's birth in Ryde are all false! It is pretty conclusive that she was born in Portsmouth, from whence she went to Tower Hamlets' orphanage in London,...
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    Aha, Geoffers, that is just what I'd like to...

    Aha, Geoffers, that is just what I'd like to know!
    Hickling was (and for all I know, still is) awash with NUDDs. I have at least three candidates for James, not all born in Norfolk; not all equally...
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    Who married James NUDD in 1793?

    My great-great grandmother Elizabeth NUDD (1796 - 1852) was born in Hickling, daughter of James NUDD and his wife Elizabeth.

    LDS Ancestral File has the parents' marriage as 4 Feb 1793 and...
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    Thanks Nikki, Yes, I do have them, but I am...

    Thanks Nikki,
    Yes, I do have them, but I am grateful to you all the same. I only have the IGI ref for Edmund and Robert. Do you have anything more specific? (An archive/ parish ref?).
    The Michael...
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    Essex surname interests

    I've decided to refresh my 'declaration of interests'. The surnames for which I seek connexions in Essex are below.

    Please note, I do NOT seek census entries, thanks all the same.

    CLOVER...
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    Eagle

    I have a Hannah EAGLE in my ancestry. She married Daniel MARCHANT in Wix 1809. She was born c.1783 and died, after a second marriage, as Hannah NUNN in 1851.
    Any connexion, Barry, Christine ...or...
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    Thanks for the detail, Ken and for that addendum...

    Thanks for the detail, Ken and for that addendum Ron. It has enabled me to find the building in my Victorian London A to Z.

    Robina
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    Thanks Pam and Geoffers, I feel a visit to my...

    Thanks Pam and Geoffers,
    I feel a visit to my cousin near Norwich coming on! It may not be til 2006, but when I am headed for the Archives, I shall post here offering to do lookups for the first...
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    P.S. I have just checked IGI for James EDMONDS...

    P.S. I have just checked IGI for James EDMONDS and found a birth 9 Mar and baptism 30 Mar 1796 at Tabernacle-Countess of Huntingdons, Norwich: James, son of James and Elizabeth. I have not come...
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    Thanks Geoffers, As a colleague of mine once...

    Thanks Geoffers,
    As a colleague of mine once said 'Although unable to lighten my darkness, you have at least indicated the deeper shadows'!
    The James Edmonds (55) in the same house as Samuel (49)...
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    Thanks for the various comments Folks, I simply...

    Thanks for the various comments Folks,
    I simply took the name of the Institution exactly as it appeared in the census (it is an enumeration district in its own right). Looks as though it probably is...
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    We can't go on meeting like this, Wirral! Yes,...

    We can't go on meeting like this, Wirral!

    Yes, I have young Ben in 1841 and I am pretty sure that he's 'mine'. He had gone to the Smoke by 1851 and became a draper's assistant but, unlike hid dad,...
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    Thanks you for the almost instant response,...

    Thanks you for the almost instant response, Wirral! I shall pursue your recommendation asap. My husband, whose family is Liverpool based, has just (literally) come across a reference to the gaol...
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    Thanks Beebee, but Blacksheep could not help. I...

    Thanks Beebee, but Blacksheep could not help. I have, however, had a reply from Wirral, in the Institutions forum, giving me a Liverpool archive reference.

    Cheers
    Robina
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    Tower Hamlets District Orphan Asylum

    My great grandmother Louisa COOPER turns up in the above orphanage in the 1851 census (HO107/1505 f.688 p.19). I know that her father had died in 1847, when the family were living in Portsmouth...
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    Liverpool Borough Gaol 1851

    I have tried Blacksheep, but it not being able to assist (it directed me to Ancestry, which is where I started), I wonder if anyone else knows owt about the now defunct Borough Gaol in Howard Street,...
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    Prison records

    A possible candidate as my great grandfather Thomas LUCAS turns up in Howard Street borough gaol, Liverpool in 1851 (HO107/2178 f.803 p.27). It is a bit of a long shot, as only the name and...
  25. 1841 Look-up:William Broom BATHO of Benhall

    Would SKS please look in the 1841 census for William Broom BATHO, a shoemaker born in Benhall, Suffolk in 1786 and his wife Lydia, born in Otley, Suffolk in 1788. This would be William's only census...
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