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    The three Wills I ordered the 16th September -...

    The three Wills I ordered the 16th September - due date 1st October - I have received the final Will today. Therefore if you ordered before the 16th September I would definitely be chasing the...
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    Weird. I ordered 3 on the 16th September....

    Weird. I ordered 3 on the 16th September. Delivery date 1st October. First arrived 18th September, Second 20th September, just awaiting the third......
  3. Congratulations hastingleigh. Nothing like the...

    Congratulations hastingleigh. Nothing like the joy of success after years of frustration!
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    Are you thinking of www.bmdshare.com - it is on...

    Are you thinking of www.bmdshare.com - it is on the wayback machine and has been 'returning soon' for years on its website which I can't currently find....
  5. Alexander Notman TORRANCE of Bonnybridge, STI

    Belvedere All Saints, Kent
    Marriage 28th June 1924.

    Alexander Notman TORRANCE, 30, Bachelor, Range Fitter, Bonny Bridge, Stirlingshire, Scotland, Son of ALexander TORRANCE a Brass Finisher.
    And:...
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    I will be checking back in 2058 to see if they've...

    I will be checking back in 2058 to see if they've added 1957 Pam ;)
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    Thanks Pam, I hadn't realised about the fact it...

    Thanks Pam, I hadn't realised about the fact it had already been created to 1957 just not put online. Presumably they are working on the 100 year rule which seems a bit daft when the same information...
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    Megan Roberts states at the beginning of this...

    Megan Roberts states at the beginning of this thread that the Birth Index runs 1837-1915. I have just noticed it is now 1837-1918. I don't know when this extension happened but I had certainly...
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    Grisel you are an absolute star - thank you!

    Grisel you are an absolute star - thank you!
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    Thanks Arthur - I hadn't considered it being an...

    Thanks Arthur - I hadn't considered it being an A! The other occupation surely has something to do with him being in the Royal Train of Artillery but I can't fathom it.
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    The image is a paid for scotlands people page Pam...

    The image is a paid for scotlands people page Pam sadly. I did consider that they were areas of Perth but nothing clicked and the other three entries on the page all read 'Weaver in Perth' 'Labourer...
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    Thanks I am so not with it at the moment Pam!...

    Thanks I am so not with it at the moment Pam!
    https://www.british-genealogy.com/extensions/uploads/75dc1873-9618-4995-8271-04ecd9f2e840.jpg
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    Occupations on Marriage Entry

    Line 1: SIMMONS Hallross? in the Royal Train of Artillery.
    Line 3: To Thomas RIED Hesetter? in Perth.

    Anyone tell me the words in bold - on the rest of the page these are always occupations after...
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    I can't see where anyone has suggested a marriage...

    I can't see where anyone has suggested a marriage date for James PUTTENHAM etc & Martha JACKSON. But in 1851 Martha is 22 and Jane 6 - was Jane born before marriage, and is therefore the Jane Sarah...
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    And I've now remembered that Canada has Provinces...

    And I've now remembered that Canada has Provinces and not States, knew it was wrong when I wrote it. Must be my sense of Geography.....
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    Someone at Ancestry has obviously decided that...

    Someone at Ancestry has obviously decided that Alberta, Canada wasn't in the commonwealth, as I keep getting subscription requests on that states records!
  17. Under HOFFMAN on the 1891 though no sign of the...

    Under HOFFMAN on the 1891 though no sign of the Father:

    1891 Census, 8 Grove Street, St Peter, Nottingham:
    RG12 2683 87 13

    Annie HOFFMAN Head Married 25 Market Stander Hawk Employed Russia...
  18. Herbert J JAGGARD of Bury St Edmunds

    At Matlock, Derbyshire, St Giles Churchyard:

    In Memory of/ Herbert J JAGGARD/ (of Bury St Edmunds) who died December 20 1894/ Aged 27 years/ Rest after weariness/ ease after pain/

    Image will go...
  19. John Stockdale DAWBER, late of King's Lynn

    At Matlock, Derbyshire, St Giles Churchyard:

    In/ affectionate remembrance/of/John Stockdale DAWBER/ of Matlock/ formerly of King's Lynn, Norfolk/ who died February 7th 1898/ in his 80th year./
    In...
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    And just found mislisted a Will of 1614 for...

    And just found mislisted a Will of 1614 for Dennis BRUNT of Kirk Ireton so BRONNTE is probably BRUNT originally!
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    Really surprised at that Arthur, hadn't realised...

    Really surprised at that Arthur, hadn't realised Denis was such an old name. Your help is much appreciated. Mitch.
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    https://www.british-genealogy.com/extensions/uploa...

    https://www.british-genealogy.com/extensions/uploads/f4677612-f01a-465d-8d3e-e0bc7697fad4.png

    Denis according to the Derbyshire Marriage Index. I thought Ed.... then secondly wondered if it...
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    Thanks for that. I think the Brides surname is...

    Thanks for that. I think the Brides surname is Bronte but it is rare in Derbyshire and I still cannot discern the Brides Fathers first name - wondering if some sort of attempt at Edwin or Edward?...
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    Marriage Entry 1618

    Anyone translate this Carsington marriage (image 11 of 114 on Ancestry) better than me and the Derbyshire Marriage Index Website (why in 17 years of research have I never seen this site til tonight?)...
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    There is a single Silvanus COOPER buried in...

    There is a single Silvanus COOPER buried in Derbyshire in 1701 the only evidence of anything like that from 1646-1806 on Findmypast and UK wide is not much more helpful! Local parish registers around...
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