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  1. That is a brilliant find, Chris. Thank you....

    That is a brilliant find, Chris. Thank you. :flowers:

    The GRO's index confirmed she was Clara Ellen, and the Boston Guardian dated 24 January 1945 confirmed that she was Clara Ellen Riis of 47...
  2. Jorgen Henson RIIS born c1873 Denmark

    According to his obituary in the LIncolnshire Standard and Boston Guardian dated on 39 July 1955 (page 9 column2)) Jorgen was born on the island of Bornholm, Denmark, and spent his young life as a...
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    :confused5: This is not a trial period - it's...

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    This is not a trial period - it's straightforward free access.
    Did you click any buttons such as 'subscribe or 'sign in', because all I did was press 'search', entered the name, etc,...
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    Yes, but you need to be careful of the size of...

    Yes, but you need to be careful of the size of the image.

    Christina, one of the Mods, wrote some simple instructions....
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    To Chris and Alma, Just proves that our brains...

    To Chris and Alma,

    Just proves that our brains are all wired differently, as I prefer FMP to Ancestry. :smile5:
    Might have something to do with the fact that I usually click the 'search' button...
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    DB - Following on from Sue's reply, my question...

    DB - Following on from Sue's reply, my question is - are you looking at original documents, or transcripts?

    Secondly, as strange, weird, and unlikely as it may seem, it is possible that you can...
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    Lincolnshire County Council were the ones who...

    Lincolnshire County Council were the ones who fiddled every year.
    In the end I got fed up with having to alter the links to the Archives website, and then the links within the site and gave up...
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    They've 'new and improved' it. Allegedly. ...

    They've 'new and improved' it.

    Allegedly.

    They're still trying to convince me that I'm related to Boudicea and her hubby. Quite how they can prove it, I'm not sure as I don't think the Iceni...
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    Not every entry in the CWGC site has family...

    Not every entry in the CWGC site has family information. I found one the other day (admittedly WW1) with nothing (not even an address), and I'm sure I've seen others though i can't remember whether...
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    I keep forgetting to say congratulations on 2000+...

    I keep forgetting to say congratulations on 2000+ shipa, followed by thank you for all your work.
    I know from experience that transcribing can be a boring task, but you get a great sense of...
  11. Should have remembered to say that, if you get...

    Should have remembered to say that, if you get stuck on your searches, check out the three 'stickies' at the top of the British Census thread....
  12. Thanks for that, wimsey. Perfect timing as I'm...

    Thanks for that, wimsey.

    Perfect timing as I'm just checking for six people in 1921 so that will save me a few quid. :smile5:
  13. Sticky: Can't believe I never posted this earlier. If...

    Can't believe I never posted this earlier.

    If you purchase only images for the 1921 census you don't get the census reference which is only available if you buy a transcription. However, you can...
  14. Hi Keith, Yes, that's the site that The...

    Hi Keith,

    Yes, that's the site that The National Archives uploaded their puzzles to. What I need is a link to the specific puzzle I described because my original URL has got corrupted and no...
  15. I wanna cry. :cryin: I bookmarked the links...

    I wanna cry. :cryin:

    I bookmarked the links to most of the TNA jigsaws and spent many hours trying to improve my speed at completing them. Haven't done any of them for a while, but the other day...
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    Thank you from me, too, Megan, Got all excited...

    Thank you from me, too, Megan,
    Got all excited when I saw REME, but my dad falls outside of the 115-year birth date, so currently I'm still waiting for MoD in Glasgow to get back to work and work...
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    Ooh, I didn't know about that link to Essex...

    Ooh, I didn't know about that link to Essex Archives through Ancestry, Peter, so thank you.
    I'm presuming it's a fairly recent development, and I last wanted Essex stuff about three/four years ago....
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    First of all, English and Welsh marriage...

    First of all, English and Welsh marriage certificates issued after the start of civil registration on 1 Juy 1837 have never had parent's names on. There are boxes only for the father's name and his...
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    Hannah and Ann were very interchangeable in the...

    Hannah and Ann were very interchangeable in the 1800s. :smile5:
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    He he. While Lesley was typing her message I was...

    He he. While Lesley was typing her message I was deleting the one you wanted removed. :smile5:

    I've also removed the quoted post from your second post, and will slightly re-phrase your post so it...
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    A thread regarding Margaret nee Douglass, the...

    A thread regarding Margaret nee Douglass, the wife of Adam Landells can be found here.
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    There is more information regarding Adam and...

    There is more information regarding Adam and Margaret in this thread.
    https://www.british-genealogy.com/forum/threads/78972-Adam-Landell(s)

    Some of the details regarding what has/hasn't been...
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    Ian - could you make sure that you double-proof...

    Ian - could you make sure that you double-proof read your posts before pressing 'submit'?

    I'm assuming you mean the children were born 1833-1848, and that Adam and Margaret left in 1849, but...
  24. Thread: horton

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    First of all I'll move this post to the...

    First of all I'll move this post to the Gloucestershire forum which is more relevant for the Bristol area.

    Next, there seems to be several Horton families who may, or may not, be connected in...
  25. Thread: Registering

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    Hi benrymnd, Um, not sure what's happening (I...

    Hi benrymnd,

    Um, not sure what's happening (I am completely useless at techie stuff :biggrin:) but I'll report it to the techie people.

    However, the fact that you've been able to post on the...
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