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    Settle & Carlisle Railway Navi

    Hello everyone

    I am researching ancestors that worked as navi"s on the Settle and Carlisle viaduct. Could some one tell me please where I could find records of those that worked on the viaduct...
  2. Hi Steve Thanks for your advice. I am...

    Hi Steve

    Thanks for your advice.

    I am tracing my Metcalfe ancestors who where quite prolific in the Wensleydale/North Yorks area. I have been a member of the Metcalfe Society and having had a...
  3. Tracing Ancestors Back to Tudor Times and Bef

    I am interested in tracing one line of my ancestors back to Tudor times as I have been told I should be able to trace back at least the Battle of Agincourt. I have only managed to get back as far as...
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    What was the upper age limit and at what age were...

    What was the upper age limit and at what age were they considered to old to join? I'm just trying to work out if a forbare of mine was within the age range.
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    Enlistment Ages of Soldiers and Officers

    Hi can anyone tell me what the enlistment age range was for soldiers and officers during the Crimean war?

    Thanks
    Robsnicta
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    Age Range of Soldiers & Officers

    Hi can anyone tell me please between which age ranges were soldiers and officers recruited during the Napoleonic war?

    Thanks
    Robsnicta
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    That is so true Lesley and I have many examples...

    That is so true Lesley and I have many examples of that in my own family tree before WW1.
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    Thanks so much Mona and Pam for pointing me in...

    Thanks so much Mona and Pam for pointing me in the direction of the freeBMD website. It certainly does seem to be much better then Ancestry as you say.

    As I can't find a marriage in any district...
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    The index is the England & Wales freeBMD marriage...

    The index is the England & Wales freeBMD marriage index, 1837 - 1915 found on An***** in a typed format. The grooms name is John Broumley however this has been spelt as Bromley who came from...
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    Marriage Indexes

    I have been searching for a marriage record for an ancestor of mine and keep drawing a blank. However I have come across a marriage index for 1845 which I might have the record I'm looking for but...
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    Birth Certificate Query

    Was it normal for the mothers maiden name to be on a child's birth certificate in 1854-1855? Also was it normal practice during that time to include the mothers previous married name on the...
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    Best Geneology Website

    For the past 7 years I have been a member of Ancestry for my family history research and have let my membership lapse. I have read reports from previous members complaining about the huge membership...
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    Hi Leswal57 sorry for the very late reply but I...

    Hi Leswal57 sorry for the very late reply but I have just found you post after being away from my research for some time. In my family tree I have a Richard Roberts c1786 Born in Denbigh who is my...
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    Marriage of William Bird to Jane?

    Hi, I'm having no luck finding the marriage of my 3rd great grandfather William Bird. He was born in Glassonby, Cumberland which is in the civil parish of Dalston and falls within the registration...
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    Marriage of William Bird and Jane Irving

    Happy new year everyone.

    I am struggling to find the marriage of my ancestor William Bird to Jane Irving in Cumberland. He was born in Glassonby and she was born in Dalston. Their first child...
  16. Thread: Atkins

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    Thanks. So if the 'T' in Atkin is just a regional...

    Thanks. So if the 'T' in Atkin is just a regional variation of Adkin which means kin of Adam what does the addition of 'S' mean. Son of kin of Adam? Is that right?
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    Atkins

    Merry Christmas everyone.

    I know that the name Atkins is a predominantly Buckinghamshire name in origin as there has historically been 6 x the national average of the name there.

    Also I know...
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    He was a blacksmiths striker. Yes I have tried...

    He was a blacksmiths striker. Yes I have tried that website
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    Free war records websites

    I'm trying to find out if my great grandfather served in WW1 or was in a reserved occupation but seem to be drawing a blank on the main genealogy websites.

    His name was John Metcalfe and was born...
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    Quick Birth Certificate Question

    I am trying to find the the surname of a female ancestor and thought the easiest way to find out would be on the birth certificate on a male child. Was it normal practice to put the mothers maiden...
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    St Marys Church Yard - Whitby

    In the church yard of St Marys church in Whitby just as you walk in from the parking area there are two old gravestones with a skull and crossbones and anchor engraved on the side.

    Some say...
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    Oops sorry about that I thought the info came...

    Oops sorry about that I thought the info came from BG but obviously not, must admit it was sometime ago so can't quite remember. From him SWB record it shows he enlisted on 29/9/12 and was...
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    Hi thanks for looking into this for me. Someone...

    Hi thanks for looking into this for me. Someone on BG forum gave me those details to me. How do they differ to the SWB record and and what does it say about with whom and where he served to you?...
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    Help Deciphering a Silver War Badge Record

    My grandfather William Irving Bird served in the 1st Battalion (21st Division) of the Lincolnshire Regiment during WW1. All I can gather was that he was an infantry man when he was wounded and...
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    Alice Maude Hill

    Hi everyone thanks for your help. Alice did indeed marry a Herman Esser in Canada on 17th May 1911, the original marriage has her at the age of 28 and her birth year 1883 which would make the Sept...
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