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    The only Martin Henry with one of those numbers...

    The only Martin Henry with one of those numbers on Anc's medal charts is 860023 Pte Martin Henry of the 33 London Regt who seems to only have received the Victory Medal.
  2. Martin & Eliza Kenny (40&42, resp), Chesterfield,...

    Martin & Eliza Kenny (40&42, resp), Chesterfield, Derbyshire. He's a coal miner.
    Lawrence (18), Florence (8) Elize (4)
    Martin has a surviving pension record. 4301 Notts & Derby Regt, Terretorial...
  3. Thank you for that information, Sian. It’s 6...

    Thank you for that information, Sian. It’s 6 months since Mike was here, but the information will stay on the Forum for him and others to read.
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    In your place, I'd be checking the spelling...

    In your place, I'd be checking the spelling HEPBURN as well. It's a common version of the name in the Border country.
  5. Is this the 64296 Pte Harry T Harrison of the...

    Is this the 64296 Pte Harry T Harrison of the Welsh Regt who was awarded the Victory and British medals? The one extra bit of info that can be gained from his medal card (apart from the middle...
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    Darryl, Tony will only see your messages if he...

    Darryl, Tony will only see your messages if he comes to the forum, which he hasn’t done since June last year. He will only get our notification that someone has replied if his electronic contact...
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    Could the difference in response be due to...

    Could the difference in response be due to previous accounts/cookies on people’s machines?
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    Thanks, Megan

    Thanks, Megan
  9. Sticky: I had a look at Cemetery Scribes last evening,...

    I had a look at Cemetery Scribes last evening, and I'm very impressed! An amazing amount of data, and simple to use!
  10. Sticky: Did it about an hour ago! You can only see it on...

    Did it about an hour ago! You can only see it on the index lists.
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    Me too. I have had Anc much longer than FMP, so...

    Me too. I have had Anc much longer than FMP, so I’m used it it.
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    I've checked my PC now, it's going straight to...

    I've checked my PC now, it's going straight to the Search page, as before, and I hadn't logged out/in. I'm not changing any setting or trying the other branches (eg anc com)!
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    Is this a local difficulty? Mine looks the same...

    Is this a local difficulty? Mine looks the same (on the iPad) as usual - it’s on the anc uk version.
  14. I think that you're right, both about the WW2 guy...

    I think that you're right, both about the WW2 guy and the info in the death cert.. The frustrating thing is that with such a recent death, only a hardcopy of the cert can be obtained.. (If you decide...
  15. The other place that might be worth checking is...

    The other place that might be worth checking is The Genealogical Society of South Africa - the eGGSA site is HERE.
  16. Try TNA rather than SP. That's where most...

    Try TNA rather than SP. That's where most overseas BMDs are, plus service BMDS, etc.

    One possible work-around: Did she have any children with Spouse 1 in Scotland? A scottish birth cert should...
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    Scotlands People (SP) has updated its page on...

    Scotlands People (SP) has updated its page on visiting in person, and they have included an updated list of what is available, HERE.
    They have also added a list and links for centres outside...
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    Ah. I’ve been blaming the war for that, not...

    Ah. I’ve been blaming the war for that, not incompetence.
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    If he was discharged in 1913, why is he in the...

    If he was discharged in 1913, why is he in the WW1 records? Was he recalled?
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    Welcome back, Mike!

    Welcome back, Mike!
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    Ray, welcome to the British Genealogy Forum. I'm...

    Ray, welcome to the British Genealogy Forum. I'm sorry to have to tell you that none of the people on this old thread are still members - you can see this because they are tagged "guest" under their...
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    When he was a live-in servant in 1891, who/what...

    When he was a live-in servant in 1891, who/what was his employer? I lost one of my multi-great uncles(in Scotland) between censuses. He had been working in a town house, and then vanished. After...
  23. I’m sorry to have to tell you that only one of...

    I’m sorry to have to tell you that only one of the other people on this thread is still a member of BG. You can see this by the tag “guest” under their name. We are not allowed to retain info for...
  24. Did he move to the UK as a child, with his...

    Did he move to the UK as a child, with his parents? If so, start with the 1921 census. It won’t help for Scotland. Also the 1939 count, also does not apply for Scotland. With a common name, it helps...
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    If he returned to England (or even Scotland),...

    If he returned to England (or even Scotland), there should be death certificate for him somewhere.
    Where were the kids, Brian and Margaret, born?
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