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01-06-2020 8:46 AM
30-05-2020 7:34 AM
John Robert Brown 859816 is listed among the Royal Artillery attestations on Findmypast. It's annotated "Par 390 (xvii) K.R. 28/2/42" I believe this clause in King's Regulations refers to being...
As Wimsey has said, Boots would have been his sickness insurance provider. The National Archives has much on the "Approved Society" system which you might want to explore after lockdown.
If you obtain a copy of the grant and will of his widow Iis the one Pamela found the right person?) you will get valuable clues on locating the daughters.
19-05-2020 5:35 AM
Could someone tell me how I could view the muster list for HMS Proselyte.
From the National Archives catalogue -
National Archives series WO12 is what I would have recommended for researching soldeiers whose service records haven't survived.
However, there's nothing can be done to verify the details until...
You seem to have found a fair bit of information - more military history than a lot of us manage to find!
The service records that have survived tend to relate to men who were discharged to...
15-05-2020 5:26 AM
Please see the National Archives research guide
13-05-2020 10:45 AM
The site that everyone should bookmark is https://doot.spub.co.uk/
"A Dictionary of Occupational Terms Based on the Classification of Occupations used in the Census of Population, 1921"; compiled...
11-05-2020 2:42 PM
Probate records appear quite quickly on the official website.
I'm not clear when you lost contact. A couple of months ago? Ten years ago? Electoral registers to 2019 are online but don't include...
I'm afraid I don't see any other reference to this man apart from the WO100 medal roll which only supplies initials.
Unfortunately not all service records survived.
The MoD is the only route. I suggest you get weaving ASAP.
I googled british army service records ww2 and, ignoring adverts, this was top of the list -...
This may help
A little job for after lockdown perhaps.
You may want to...
09-05-2020 10:45 AM
If they were Methodists, they won't be in the parish registers!
If you you're looking for non-conformists (before 1837ish), Family Search is probably your best first port of call. For images, see...
The field wouldn't be left blank if he was dead. People were reluctant to leave the father's name blank because it implied illegitimacy. If someone didn't know his or father's name, they tended to...
I take it he's not entered as a witness?
I'm afraid the answer to the question if "no". Between all of us here, we'll have found every permutation of inaccurate information about the father.
08-05-2020 6:39 AM
There is only one Ernest Dunscombe listed among the WW1 medal index cards and that is an Ernest John Dunscombe. His service record has survived and it is most definitely not your man.
08-05-2020 6:27 AM
According to the Researching WW2 site, 4977576 was part of a block allocated to the Sherwood Foresters.
WW2 service records and medal rolls have not been released. You can apply to MoD. This is...
I think it depends on what system you're using.
Costello(e) is an Irish name (the stress is on the first syllable).
You could try the GRO military birth indexes available on Findmypast.
One problem is that the indexes to the military birth...
It means "died in the UK"
17-04-2020 9:33 AM
There are up to two marriages per page (per exact GRO reference). Two marriages mean two grooms and two brides. The GRO index for that period doesn't indicate who married whom. Thus the area of...
He was in the Seaforth Highlanders for four years but the more interesting part of his army career was after he transferred to the Manchester Regiment. He then spent five years in the East Indies...
If you're saying he was invalided out of WW1, you could try and identify him in the Silver War Badge lists. You will then have his regimental or service number to allow you to search elsewhere.
01-04-2020 8:12 AM
The father's address is given as 146 Holmesdale Road, South Norwood. It's (slightly) interesting that on the 1911 census the main occupant of this address is shown as Miss Hutchings but on the other...
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