As helachau has already said, welcome to British-Genealogy. :smile5:
I have removed the live link to Peter's record on FMP as it is in breach of our T&Cs. (There's a link to...
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Galloping horses. https://www.
I know it says Victorian, but I don't think the gallopers really changed much in essence - only in the way they were powered - up...
I was looking for someone in the 1921 census, and their occupation was 'roundabout proprietor'.
I was thinking 'how can someone own a roundabout on a public road?' when I happened to glance at...
Have you found a death for Charlotte, as well as marriages/deaths for Robert junior's children, and also a death for his wife?
If not, is there a possibility that Robert junior emigrated to either...
And we all know how reliable family trees can be. :smile5:
Have you considered that William and Harriet may have died between 1901 and 1911?
In the 1911 census, son Herbert is married...
There is a 'formula' for finding a particular phrase in a post on BG, but obviously my brain can't remember it, though I do remember you have to use quotation marks.
Would it not be simpler to...
24-11-2022 2:08 PM
I've just received an email from the BNA saying
"This Christmas, gift your loved ones the chance to delve into our extensive newspaper archive. Gift subscriptions are 25% off in our...
24-11-2022 11:58 AM
Just found out that the British Newspaper Archive have 25% off all subscriptions until the 27 November.
Discount code if needed is SAVE25, but there may well be a simple 'claim offer' button at the...
Not disappeared from the listing - placed in the Military general forum whereas you put your second post in the Military army forum. After using considerable brain power, :biggrin: I've managed to...
Well, on the one hand if Elizabeth the granddaughter is the daughter of Elizabeth then it must mean that she was born before the elder Elizabeth and James married 23 November 1846.
On the other...
Go to website.
Click on the 'save 25%' on right-hand side.
It automatically shows the cost of a twelve month subscription, but you can select a three month one.
Although it doesn't say it, you...
So, in 1841, this is John and Esther and family.
First you need to consider the fact that if Elizabeth is called Haines, then she's either the daughter of one of the sons, or else the...
Marriage registration James E Morley and Emily Russell September quarter 1939 Walsall registration district.
Need to go to Specsavers. Getting your Johns and James confused. :smile5:
Emily was Morley in 1939.
My guess is that either James Morley (her presumed husband as he's too young to be...
Sorry to hear you've been poorly. Hope you're soon better. :flowers:
Father James, birth year 1884, is living with Nellie and John T in Walsall.
Clara E married Egbert F Padmore, June quarter 1935, Walsall registration district.
1939 Register has...
James Henry Paddock, birth registered September quarter 1911, Walsall registration district. Mother's maiden name Saunders.
Marriage registration James Paddock and Mary Jane Saunders, March...
18-11-2022 12:48 PM
Translation courtesy of moi et monsieur google: :smile5:
I have a medal "victoria regina medal south africa 1853".
It is inscribed:
J. Poole, 2nd 60th rifles
How do I know who it was...
Check for all the years of his life. It's amazing what snippets you can find in local papers.
Just need to keep your fingers crossed that local papers for his early years are online.
All the more reason for you to explore newspapers in general.
The British Newspaper Archive is the main site, but it's also available as part of a subscription on Findmypast. ...
17-11-2022 7:56 PM
I've found a message posted by one of the FWR staff a couple of months ago regarding applying for service records.
You will have to read the details to find out exactly what's changed, but one of...
Based on the area in which the births were registered, only two probables showing on
which gives mother's maiden name on entries before...
Arthur - I've copied this post from its original thread to a new thread of its own so the helpful information doesn't get lost.
Thanks to Pamela and Elwyn for the news and the link. :flowers:
As it is specific to Ireland I'll make this a 'sticky' in the Ireland forum.
13-11-2022 1:00 AM
That link no longer works but the wonderful Wayback Machine has come up trumps. :smile5:
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