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    thank you

    thank you
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    I follow what you're saying but I wouldn't want...

    I follow what you're saying but I wouldn't want anyone without an Ancestry subscription to beetle off looking for Mary A Whiting anywhere else.
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    stupid me, thats how the names have been...

    stupid me, thats how the names have been transcribed by Ancestry, not how they actually appear on the page.

    Mary A Law
    Wyndham Law
    Gladys Law
    Julia B Law
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    by the way, in the event anybody researches this...

    by the way, in the event anybody researches this family in the future, Mary Law and her children Wyndham, Gladys and Julia are on the 1891 census at Brighton but Ancestry has transcribed their...
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    thank you for that. I hadn't considered those...

    thank you for that. I hadn't considered those possibilities.
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    thank you

    thank you
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    thank you to everyone, as always. sorry to...

    thank you to everyone, as always.
    sorry to involve so many people.
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    oh well done, thank you very much indeed. I hope...

    oh well done, thank you very much indeed. I hope the long way didn't involve looking through 970 images
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    I do have another little query about this family,...

    I do have another little query about this family, if we can't find the 1911.

    Julia Blanche Law I believe died as Julia Blanche Warren, 1970, Chichester but I can't find a Law/Warren marriage. But...
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    sorry I should have said to begin with William...

    sorry I should have said to begin with William Ogilvie/Ogilvy Law died in Moulmein, Burma - at least I think he did. FMP has a probate record for him. He was born in India 1844. He's on the 1851...
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    thank you, yes I do have that information. But...

    thank you, yes I do have that information. But at least we are looking at the same people !

    I don't understand what I am doing wrong trying to find the 1911 on Ancestry when I have it on another...
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    Law family on 1911 census

    Hi

    I'm trying to find a particular 1911 census page on Ancestry which I can find on FamilySearch

    Law family

    Mary Law - 52 - born Roehampton - mother (I think actually about 62) - widow...
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    yes, well, I admit I made up 23 'cos I knew she...

    yes, well, I admit I made up 23 'cos I knew she couldn't be 13 :innocent:
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    apologies if this has already been mentioned (and...

    apologies if this has already been mentioned (and not wishing to confuse matters either)

    there is an 1851 census
    schedule 64; piece 1764; folio 54; page 18 - Thetford parish

    Richard Morden,...
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    do you have your dad's birth certificate ? if...

    do you have your dad's birth certificate ? if you have, how is his mother named on it ? with surname Bidey ?
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    when Elsie's mother re-married in 1902 (when...

    when Elsie's mother re-married in 1902 (when Elsie was 8 years old) she (Elsie) became Harry Bidey's stepdaughter, taking his surname, at least for the purposes of the 1911 census. When Elsie...
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    don't worry. I've edited some of my posts - for...

    don't worry. I've edited some of my posts - for which I apologise.
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    Harry BIDEY died Hastings, 1926, aged 62

    Harry BIDEY died Hastings, 1926, aged 62
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    that 1871 census, surname on Ancestry transcribed...

    that 1871 census, surname on Ancestry transcribed HEARMOND

    household schedule 35; piece 1032; folio 95; page 56
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    sorry I've posted so many times I've confused...

    sorry I've posted so many times I've confused myself. The people we have on the 1901 census in Hastings are the right people for your family. (correct?)

    1891 census

    RG12; piece 764; folio 134;...
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    I was wondering if James & Maria Gillson died...

    I was wondering if James & Maria Gillson died young and their daughter Elizabeth may have been informally adopted by the childless Brown & Elizabeth Gillson. But Elizabeth is with James & Maria on...
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    odd that Edward HEASMOND's father's name should...

    odd that Edward HEASMOND's father's name should be Edward APPS - if I have understood that correctly

    on the marriage certificate you have does Elizabeth Gillson (daughter of Brown) have a middle...
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    burial 14 April 1840, Mary Ann Gilson, St Mary,...

    burial 14 April 1840, Mary Ann Gilson, St Mary, Ely - aged 0


    Cambridgeshire Bishop's Transcripts
    born 28 March 1841, Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire - Elizabeth Anne Gilson, parents James &...
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    1851 census schedule 2; piece 1764; folio 280;...

    1851 census

    schedule 2; piece 1764; folio 280; page 1 Witchford, Cambridgeshire

    Brown Gilson - 44 - born Ely - farming steward (?)
    Elizabeth - 42 - born Ely

    no children listed
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    GRO index Elizabeth (no middle name) GILSON -...

    GRO index

    Elizabeth (no middle name) GILSON - born 1840, Newmarket, mother's maiden name DENNIS


    the only baptism record I am finding for a child of Brown Gilson/Gillson and his wife Elizabeth...
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