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    The Joseph J Gillis, No 5285, that attested 10...

    The Joseph J Gillis, No 5285, that attested 10 Dec 1901, age 18yrs 7mths, in the Scots Greys, Dragoons of the line, gave his birth place as "the Parish of Galashiels near the town of Galashiels"...
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    The Thomas Gillis, No. 19007 that attested 4 Mar...

    The Thomas Gillis, No. 19007 that attested 4 Mar 1897, age 24yrs 1 mth, in the Royal Artillery, gave his birth place as "the parish of Galashiels, near the town of Galashiels", trade "Seaman". He...
  3. I received the message earlier today. It's been...

    I received the message earlier today. It's been great having it available at home, although my first port of call is the site I've subscribed to for some while. Fortunately, the library is less than...
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    Took time over unpicking the various Patrick...

    Took time over unpicking the various Patrick Savages in that locale before posting.
    I liked the first newspaper snippet in '61 where he is in court for serving beer at twenty minutes past nine on a...
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    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen. Have found...

    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen.
    Have found several references to Patrick Savage in his career as a beerhouse keeper at Cleaton Moor and Millom (1861-1873) and an inn keeper at the Ship Inn, Millom...
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    Public Ledger & Daily Advertiser, 27 July 1805...

    Public Ledger & Daily Advertiser, 27 July 1805
    "MARK LANE, LEASE, FURNITURE, PLATE, CHINA, LINEN, STOCK, in the OIL and ITALIAN TRADE
    By Messrs GIBBONS and JACKSON
    On the premises, No. 64, Mark...
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    FMP burials (image/transcript) Thomas Sharples,...

    FMP burials (image/transcript)
    Thomas Sharples, age 73, buried 15th Jun 1878 at St. Peter's (Parr), abode Parr
    Thomas Sharples, age 41, buried 15th Jun 1878 at St. Peter's (Parr), abode Parr
    ...
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    An earlier list, published in the Newcastle...

    An earlier list, published in the Newcastle Courant, 14 Jun 1878 named only -
    Thomas Sharples, married.
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    The Yorkshire Post & Leeds Intelligencer, 18 Jun...

    The Yorkshire Post & Leeds Intelligencer, 18 Jun 1878 in naming the latest victims "in addition to the lists previously published" included -
    Thomas Sharples, 41, Park Road, Parr, Collier, single...
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    I puzzled over the "Margaret Bushby". The item is...

    I puzzled over the "Margaret Bushby". The item is strangely worded. I wondered if Margaret referred to the daughter?
    Familysearch has a record of the arrival but the wording reflects the newspaper...
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    FMP Scottish Prison Records (transcript only -...

    FMP Scottish Prison Records (transcript only - 45 to view originals)
    Summarising the 4 records -

    Court date - 18 Jun 1838, name - John Bushby, age 11, son of - John Bushby, sawyer, address -...
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    "The History of Parliament" describes John...

    "The History of Parliament" describes John Philipps M.P, c.1666- 1737, of Picton Castle as-

    "1st surv. son of Sir Erasmus Philipps, 3rd Bt., MP for Pembroke 1654, by Catherine, dau. and coh. of...
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    Caledonian Mercury, 27 Feb 1841 The first royal...

    Caledonian Mercury, 27 Feb 1841
    The first royal dragoons, at present stationed in the cavalry barracks, Glasgow, are to take the route to Leeds in April next, and will be replaced by the 11th...
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    1841 Census - taken on 30 March. Dublin Evening...

    1841 Census - taken on 30 March.
    Dublin Evening Mail, 9 April 1841
    "The Queen's Bays leave Piershill, Edinburgh, this week for Sheffield; and the 29th move shortly from the Castle for Glasgow...
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    Currently drawn to the FMP (transcript only)...

    Currently drawn to the FMP (transcript only) baptism of -
    Charles Crout, 1 Mar 1812, place Beaulieu, parents John and Sarah.
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    I think I've ruled out the Cranborne baptism with...

    I think I've ruled out the Cranborne baptism with the marriage of Charles Crouter, 1845, Fordingbridge, father Joseph.
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    "Charles Croutear (bap 1809, Boldre") What's...

    "Charles Croutear (bap 1809, Boldre")
    What's the source if you have yet to establish Charles' parents? There's a Charles Crouter, age 32, Ag Lab with Frances, age 30 and William 7, George 5 and...
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    First, a very warm welcome to Britgen. The...

    First, a very warm welcome to Britgen.

    The inquest into his death was reported at length in the Thanet Advertiser, 19 May 1944 and refers to "... R.E.M.E, stationed at Westgate ...."
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    Your last post arrived while I was keying the...

    Your last post arrived while I was keying the last newspaper report of Frederick's death.
    A sad tale.
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    Bath Chronicle & Weekly Gazette, Thur 4 Aug 1836...

    Bath Chronicle & Weekly Gazette, Thur 4 Aug 1836
    The body of a man, named Godfrey, a tailor, was on Thursday, taken out of the River Avon, near the Suspension Bridge. He had been missing since...
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    Wycombe Union is the registration district. Yet...

    Wycombe Union is the registration district.
    Yet to spot mother and daughter on the 1841 Census.
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    FindMyPast Burials (transcript only) Robert...

    FindMyPast Burials (transcript only)
    Robert Godfrey, age 48, buried 29 July 1836, Church of St Mary, Bathwick

    Bath Chronicle & Weekly Gazette, 4 Aug 1836
    To the CHARITABLE and HUMANE
    Ann...
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    FindMyPast Baptisms (transcripts only) Frederick...

    FindMyPast Baptisms (transcripts only)
    Frederick Robert Godfrey, born 25 Mar 1820, baptised 2 Dec 1827, abode Stall Street, baptismal place St James' Church, Bath, father Robert, occpn tailor,...
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    You can view the 11 May 1845 marriage certificate...

    You can view the 11 May 1845 marriage certificate on Familysearch (image no 312) - free but need to register.

    The General Register Office (GRO) has the birth registration of Frederick Robert...
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