The first link does somewhat answer your query about Herbert Adams .
As to the second link, are any of the facts stated, other than "brother Dave", accurate?
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Have you seen this? Hope link works. https://www.search.birminghamimages.org.uk/details.aspx?ResourceID=8050&ExhibitionID=8604&SearchType=2&ThemeID=712
And this may be of interest as well...
28-10-2015 2:13 PM
Have you been in contact with Royal Air Force Airfield Construction Branch Associations ?
National Service Act 1948....
"The act also changed the trades considered essential services to the merchant navy, farming and coal mining (previously, essential services were coal mining,...
Thank you ......but I did not wrote anything to suggest otherwise.
You might find the first page of this interesting........https://www.fossahistoricalsociety.com/downloads/Station%20-%20Fossa.pdf
Also see page 9 and 10 f this...
Very difficult to say the least, and of course I could be completely wrong but does anyone else see ----and Marjory McIntosh croft area ????
Her marriage certificates for both Harry Keegans and your father will give name of her father and his occupation along with her usual address at the time of both marriages. This info should enable...
I have in my possession numerous (32 in total !!) copies of wills which have been acquired from various sources, for the `Morewood family who originated from the Oaks in Bradfield.
The dates range...
According to this....https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/rd/11e285f9-f152-4532-93db-d0764c3aa1f1
Agnes had been previously married to a John Foxcroft. Maybe some clues there??
Neil....your post above is not opening
According to British History Online the chapel was erected by a former rector and he dedicated it to St Katherine. It is now the...
Are you certain that it was 19 company he transferred to? Having looked at his records it says 79 company.
29-06-2015 9:11 PM
I came across this which I thought might be of some interest you as your great uncle was in the MGC...
He was awarded the military medal which was recorded in the London Gazette July 1945
I think emeltee was just confirming what you yourself had already deduced in your post 12, with the letter "R" written for Roger being the same as is written in your first original post...
[QUOTE]then something which I can't make out, /QUOTE]
die = day
So it reads something like
? eleventh day April Anno Domini 1676 ?
The date is something like unod***mo = ?11th?
then something which I can't make out,
followed by Aprilis = April Anno Domini 167 ?6?
....I see Johannes Gambold ? Gent? and ?Jenkins? Davies
servants and wardens ... .... then a place name which I think starts Treg**** Cardigan
then followed by the date which have yet to work on !!
Sorry.....no idea what that word is. Can only hazard a guess it may mean presented or received or given or something similar along those lines. As to what it says....He only knows!!!
Can make out 'baptised' and 'August' on first glance. Needs more studying !!
Having zoomed in on the image, I'd have to agree with Arthur. Does look more like 'Col' rather than 'Oct'.
FYI .....An earlier thread was started here....https://www.british-genealogy.com/threads/63630-William-Mack-1880-Liverpool
17-06-2015 11:50 AM
Have just read your post and doing a quick search, I managed to find a photo of Harry Hayward (b. 26.7.1902) on find my past. Have you seen this?
Shadrack's service papers can be found on Find my Past.
His photograph can be found here https://adventuresinhistoryland.wordpress.com/2012/06/18/waterloo-men/
Some more details here...
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