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  1. I typed Magalfin* in to a search engine and got...

    I typed Magalfin* in to a search engine and got some results which suggest that Magalfin is a 1600's version of a Gaelic surname.
    On this site
    scroll down to "Figure 1. A Description of the Colony...
  2. Hi To upload an image to the forums the first...

    Hi
    To upload an image to the forums the first step is to make sure that you are in Go Advanced mode on the Brit-Gen thread where you want to place the photo. Click on the picture frame in the row...
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    The 1841 census has another Ann Croxon living in...

    The 1841 census has another Ann Croxon living in Prees age 20 and looks to be marked down as required so could be born 1817 - 1821.
    Elizabeth Croxon age 55, Widow, Ann Croxon 20 and a Richard Croxon...
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    familysearch.org Marriage 27 October 1834 Prees,...

    familysearch.org
    Marriage 27 October 1834 Prees, Shropshire
    Mary Croxon to William Pickrill

    Did she have a marriage prior to the above?
    3 March 1823 Prees, Shropshire
    John Wynn to Mary Croxon...
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    This one? Easy to find when you have done the...

    This one? Easy to find when you have done the spade work Alma. :smile5:
    HO107 Piece 900 Book 12 Folio 54 Page 9
    Prees Heath Shropshire.
    Mary Pick(ril), (ert?) 60 (in occupation column says Widow...
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    This one Alma? On ancestry but no image Ann...

    This one Alma? On ancestry but no image
    Ann Croxon
    Marriage Date - 10 June 1855
    Marriage Place - Whitchurch, Shropshire, England
    Spouse - Thomas Spencer
    FHL Film Number - 1702245
    Reference ID -...
  7. Thank you Dean and Keith. That solves it for me...

    Thank you Dean and Keith. That solves it for me :smile5:
    Christina
  8. Thank you Peter So that means that the letters...

    Thank you Peter
    So that means that the letters BSM ae actually part of the service number and are not a reference to the American Bronze Star medal?
    Chistina
  9. The only reference I can find to BSM is Bronze...

    The only reference I can find to BSM is Bronze Star Medal which is a United States decoration awarded to members of the United States Armed Force although foreign soldiers are eligible to receive...
  10. Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums If you...

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

    This link gives the blocks of number and which regiment they were allocated...
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    A possibility 1881 Scotland census Spital 60,...

    A possibility
    1881 Scotland census
    Spital 60, Old Machar
    Farquhar Morrison 22 Stone Cutter (Journeyman) Old Machar, Aberdeen Shire
    Elsie Morrison 22 Peterhead, Aberdeen Shire
    Farquhar Morrison...
  12. Have you seen Cyndi's list which has links to...

    Have you seen Cyndi's list which has links to sites which may help with your search.
    cyndislist.com/norway/immigration/

    Christina
  13. By the way the image of a grave you refer to...

    By the way the image of a grave you refer to failed to upload to the forum. Below are the instructions on how to do it on
    Brit-Gen.
    The first step is to make sure that you are in Go Advanced...
  14. Welcome to the british-Genealogy forums From the...

    Welcome to the british-Genealogy forums
    From the irish Genealogy website is the birth registration of an Edmund Taylor
    EDMUND TAYLOR
    Date of birth- 31 May 1909
    Group Registration ID 852400
    SR...
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    I think the surname of Eliza and Rosa is actually...

    I think the surname of Eliza and Rosa is actually Henrich
    Birth reg Dec 1/4 1879 Shoreditch vol 1 page 75 Eliza Louise Henrich. Mother's maiden name Huntley
    Marriage June 1/4 1879 reg dist...
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    I think I have found Annie in 1881 RG11 piece...

    I think I have found Annie in 1881
    RG11 piece 2645 folio page
    Loton park, Braginton, Alberbury, Shropshire

    John Jones 60 game keeper, Shrewsbury
    Harriett Fleming 17 boarder Alberbury,...
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    Welcome to the British_Genealogy forums Did your...

    Welcome to the British_Genealogy forums
    Did your William George Owen marry Agnes Winifred Carney? Just trying to get a handle on this family.
    We need to find him on the 1881 census if he was...
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    Hi You have nothing to lose by considering the...

    Hi
    You have nothing to lose by considering the relationships given in the tree on ancestry. I know when I first put my basic tree on ancestry (to try an match DNA results) I didn't give any sources...
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    Thanks for letting me know I stuffed up. Must get...

    Thanks for letting me know I stuffed up. Must get stronger glasses. :biggrin:

    Christina
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    I keep picking little bits of info from the first...

    I keep picking little bits of info from the first post such as this


    1851 census HO107 Piece 1494 Folio 618 Page 19
    19 Pancras St Tottenham Court, Pancras
    George Guyatt 51 boot closer...
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    No worries Alma I need all the reassurance I can...

    No worries Alma I need all the reassurance I can get to confirm i am on the right track. :smile5:

    Christina
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    The two younger Elizabeth Guyatts on the 1861...

    The two younger Elizabeth Guyatts on the 1861 census intrigued me so I went looking for the one who I found with William Clarke in the 1861 census age 22 so this is her birth reg I would think Dec...
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    I used FreeBMD to look for the birth of Elizabeth...

    I used FreeBMD to look for the birth of Elizabeth Eleanor 1837-1841 and using G*y*t for the surname. I got three results but all without a middle name/initial.
    Then I used this information and the...
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    Hello and welcome to the British-Genealogy...

    Hello and welcome to the British-Genealogy forums.
    I see that the witnesses at the marriage of George Guyatt and Elizabeth Thurston were a John Guyatt and Martha Guyatt. Do you know anything about...
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    There are 22 Medal Roll Index cards for men with...

    There are 22 Medal Roll Index cards for men with the name Arthur Handley, in various regiments. Nothing to identify any of them as 'your' man.

    At the moment I can only see one pension record for...
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