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    Is that site a case of using six words when one...

    Is that site a case of using six words when one would do? :biggrin:
    I admit to speed-reading, but to save anyone else having to plod through, I first saw 'brass winding/winder' mentioned on page 8....
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    And although I don't think it has any relevance...

    And although I don't think it has any relevance to the query in this thread, that link has a link to a thread about Emily's son, Percy Holroyd Robertson.
  3. FreeBMD has a birth registration John F, December...

    FreeBMD has a birth registration John F, December quarter 1916 Sheffield registration district.

    In total FreeBMD has ten birth registrations for O'Connor with MMN Wilkinson between 1912 and 1939....
  4. Hello Kathleen. Welcome to British-Genealogy....

    Hello Kathleen.

    Welcome to British-Genealogy. :smile5:

    Once you've replied to my questions I will move your query to a new thread as John and Mary have no connection to Daniel.

    Are you...
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    After typing 'Hillary Clinton' in my previous...

    After typing 'Hillary Clinton' in my previous post, I suddenly had inspiration. :idea:

    Barack Obama is #1.
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    Need to go to Specsavers. :biggrin: Marie Curie...

    Need to go to Specsavers. :biggrin:
    Marie Curie and Rose Luxemburg (another Pole, Marxist theorist), Edith Cavell, Mary Anning (British fossil collector, dealer, and paleontologist), and Louisa...
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    Time on your hands?

    If you've finished meandering through all the links on Genuki, here's something else to meander through. :smile5:

    https://
    tjukanovt.github.io/notable-people

    Not sure how they work out the...
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    That would explain why there were no records of...

    That would explain why there were no records of emigration from the UK prior to Kathleen's inbound, then outbound, journey in 1957.

    Re access to Ancestry, try your local public library. You should...
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    Not your week in the techie department is it,...

    Not your week in the techie department is it, Mitch? :smile5:

    Image still not showing.
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    Coincidence. Death registrations in different...

    Coincidence.
    Death registrations in different districts, and Benjamin Fletcher's registration wasn't until June quarter 1943.
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    Sticky: Worldwide Cemeteries WW1 military burials

    Or, in the case of men being lost at sea or bodies not found on land, then where people are commemorated.

    I can't take the credit for finding the website, as I've pinched it from another thread....
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    If you go back to the first page 13225 of that...

    Wikipedia entry for Sir John Adrian Chamier. https://
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Adrian_Chamier
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    There are five trees on Ancestry, some of which...

    There are five trees on Ancestry, some of which seem to have dubious information, but one correct fact is that Charles Chamier married Muriel Varna on 11 December 1909 in Christ Church, Woburn...
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    Have you read, learnt, and inwardly digested...

    Have you read, learnt, and inwardly digested posts #6 and 8?
    I understand that you have access to Ancestry, in which the question in your last sentence you can find for yourself in their 'U.K. and...
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    Sue, Ignore this message. Paul has got his...

    Sue,
    Ignore this message.
    Paul has got his knickers in a right twist.
    I will sort him out in my next post. :biggrin:
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    Re posts #2 and 3, the Priory Road address is...

    Re posts #2 and 3, the Priory Road address is that of Kathleen's parents, Henry and Elizabeth.
    They were living there when they died. Henry in January 1959, and Julia in December 1959.
    More...
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    If you're referring to the Henry and children in...

    If you're referring to the Henry and children in post #4, Sue has clearly said that he is Kathleen's father, and the children will therefore be her siblings.
    The details relate to the 1911 census...
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    Paul, 'any and all' is wonderfully vague, and is...

    Paul, 'any and all' is wonderfully vague, and is no help to forum members who don't know exactly what details you already have, and exactly what details you would like.
    For instance, Sue has found...
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    Paul, I thought we had you trained to click on...

    Paul, I thought we had you trained to click on the 'reply with quote' button found on the bottom right of a post, so we know which post you're referring to. :smile5:

    In this instance if the 'this'...
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    That would fit with Kirkconnel being given as...

    That would fit with Kirkconnel being given as William's birthplace in the 1911 census.

    William's occupation in 1911 is stud groom, the same as given on son John's marriage certificate.
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    For most things Scottish you need...

    For most things Scottish you need https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/
    You buy credits, and depending on what you're buying, you often get the result immediately.

    Google maps don't show a...
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    The link Meagan has provided works for all three...

    The link Meagan has provided works for all three services - there's different forms for each - where the service personnel were still enlisted after 1921.
    However only limited information is...
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    In the email Jill sent it says which is what...

    In the email Jill sent it says

    which is what you said in post #24 and post #1.
    Looks like his service number was 4404, and not either of the numbers quoted on the medals.
    I would suggest that...
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    I presume that Pamela means that in the private...

    I presume that Pamela means that in the private message she sent you that there is a link to a website, and that if you click on the link you will find records relevant to your search.
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    I didn't know that the PAYG option had vanished...

    I didn't know that the PAYG option had vanished from FMP. It's still mentioned as an option in one sentence on their website, so I will be taking issue with them about that.

    I know it's annoying...
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