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    Catherine's arrival? I can only see the...

    Catherine's arrival? I can only see the transcription
    Catherine Webb age 43, departed Liverpool and arrived New York 18 Aug 1843 on the ship 'Stephen Whitney' She died in 1865 in New York and had...
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    Just some basics. Your Titus Webb was born 1796,...

    Just some basics. Your Titus Webb was born 1796, baptised 5 May 1796 Brierley Hill Staffordshire son of Benjamine and Phoebe nee Perry.
    Titus 52 occupation crockery? and Catherine 46 are on the 1850...
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    In 1891 he is in the household of his cousin...

    In 1891 he is in the household of his cousin Joseph Webb at Stratford Le Bow St Mary RG12 Piece 316 folio 19 page 36

    On the 1939 register there is an Alfred Webb birth date 30 November...
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    Marriage Alfred Thomas Webb, Labourer, bachelor...

    Marriage
    Alfred Thomas Webb, Labourer, bachelor
    Marriage Age 23
    Birth Date: abt 1869
    Marriage Date: 4 April 1892
    Marriage Place: St Paul, Old Ford, Tower Hamlets, England
    Father: Alfred Thomas...
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    Using this site ...

    Using this site I think the mid 1800's?
    Square toed shoes, 3/4 length jacket, watch chain, wide sleeves, curtain behind him and holding a prop (the chair)
    Christina
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    I searched on ancestry using wildcards like this...

    I searched on ancestry using wildcards like this - b*r*st*n, first name George +/- 5 years, no birth place and amongst the results was a birth reg for a George Barnston 1853 registration district...
  7. I also looked at this esrlier this morning and...

    I also looked at this esrlier this morning and used genuki which did not bring up an Amos Green. Came to the same conclusion as everybody else - the enumerator made a mistake.
    Christina
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    This 1841 census looks like them. Friend seems to...

    This 1841 census looks like them. Friend seems to have used the name Sarah in a couple of censuses. The 1841 doesn't give relationships but it is likely that Thomas and Mary are his parents.
    1841...
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    Hi Lesley
    This is The National Archives guide to Electoral registers which may give you some ides to pursue.
    Christina
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    familysearch.org has a comprehensive guide to...

    familysearch.org has a comprehensive guide to Irish Genealogy Here is the starting page for County Tipperary. After looking at a map of Clonmel the church there was and is St Mary's Catholic church....
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    The parents of the Thomas Dunn in my last post...

    The parents of the Thomas Dunn in my last post married in the parish of Newton 18 November 1792, parish number 696 reference number 40 319.
    Are you familiar with the pay per view site...
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    Hi Christine, welcome to the Brit-Gen forums I...

    Hi Christine, welcome to the Brit-Gen forums
    I lived 2 hours up the road from you for 55 years. :smile5:
    Our members love to help others and are pretty good at ferreting out information so if you...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Jessy ...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Jessy

    There is this baptism in the Scotland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950
    Thomas Dunn
    Birth Date - 28 Mar 1796
    Baptised 3 April 1796
    Baptism...
  14. I agree with Megan that there is no way to...

    I agree with Megan that there is no way to download all the images in one go, however your query about PDF rather than JPG had me searching for a conversion method and Adobe has a free conversion...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums If you...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    If you came to us from Forces War Records reading this will explain the connection.

    WW11 service records are still held by the MoD but can be applied for...
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    At last i got around to searching the occupation...

    At last i got around to searching the occupation and this site gives an explanation which fits my bloke in Lancashire in 1911 and his occupation in 1939 and your Joseph Jager in Australia. It's...
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    An occupation made for me.

    I spent a little time this morning looking at some of the side lines on my maternal tree and found a couple of interesting ones.
    Frederick Houghton was a station master in 1911 but the wow factor...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums First of...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    First of all let's help you by giving the instructions for uploading photos and parts of documents to the site. Not as quick and easy as it used to be but if...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Do you...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    Do you know where your your gran was living during WW11 as this may help us find munitions factories in the area.
    I doubt very much that there will be...
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    Thank you for this great explanation on Irish...

    Thank you for this great explanation on Irish records Elwyn and the two Links. Your link to John Grenham led me to his home site and his Wizard search which occupied a few minutes and although...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums The...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    The Auxiliary Fire Service was formed in 1938. It supplemented the work of local brigades. It was superseded in August 1941 by the National Fire Service....
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums. If you...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums.
    If you came to us from Forces War Records this link will explain our connection.

    I don't know where you found your grandfather's records but have you seen...
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    Hi Because your query concerns a living person...

    Hi
    Because your query concerns a living person which makes it difficult for you I can only think to give you some general information
    The first link is to The National Archives guide Indexes to...
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    This is a lovely story and now knowing where and...

    This is a lovely story and now knowing where and when he died must give you a sense of closure. I can understand if you also feel a little bereft after spending so much time searching but now you can...
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    The Alfred Henry Hopkins mentioned in Herbert's...

    The Alfred Henry Hopkins mentioned in Herbert's probate is probably his son born 1919 mentioned on Herbert's WW1 service record, which did survive
    So still looking for Alfred Henry born 1888.
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