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Forum: The Victorian Period - (1837-1901) though this could run from 1832

  1. Irish in the Army

    My g-g- grandfather, Michael Geraghty (Gaugharty, Garrity, etc.) was born in Longford, Ireland in 1811. In 1841 he was a Private in the Light Infantry 3rd Dragoons stationed at Loughborough Barracks. By 1861 he was a Chelsea Pensioner in Bristol. I am wondering how he came to join the British...

    Started by Mary C‎, 25-10-2005 7:13 AM
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  2. Smile could my ancester have been in the forces?

    I have found my GGGgrandfather Andrew Want on the 1861 71 81 91 1901 census's but he appears to be missing from the 1851. he was born in Oakley Hampshire in 1834, so would have been 17/18 in 1851. could he have been in the Forces and if so how do i find out? Any help would be most gratefull ...

    Started by padawson_1‎, 09-11-2005 8:47 PM
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  3. Army Service

    I believe I have found an ancestor in the 1851 census aged 20 who was a private in the army, (possibly the 15th Regiment of Foot - Yorkshire East Riding Regiment), but was living in Bath in 1861, and no longer in the army. In 1851 he was in the District Barracks Sheerness, Kent. Can anyone...

    Started by k0065126‎, 08-10-2005 6:30 PM
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  4. bootmakers and thatchers?

    hi everyone, I just found this board and am looking forward to exploring it further to help me learn about how my family lived in Victorian London and Somerset. My Londoner was a bootmaker from 1850s to 1890s and with his family lived first in Notting Hill then in the 1880s moved to Willesden. I...

    Started by Lynda Martin‎, 31-08-2005 9:07 AM
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  5. Army wives

    I will need to give a bit of background first before posing a question. My grandfather was a Scot married to a Maltese. According to family lore they met and were married in Malta when my grandfather Peter Mckie was serving there in the Army. After searching for some years for a Maltese marriage...

    Started by Ed McKie‎, 28-03-2005 8:43 AM
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  6. Thumbs up Victorian Lifestyles

    This is a lovely web site to read about Victorian Life Style too much to start listing what information is on there. www. geocities.com/victorianlace10/home.html"]http://www.geocities.com/victorianlace10/home.html No jobs will get done once you start reading :D Jo

    Started by Jo Simpsons‎, 29-10-2004 4:46 PM
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  7. Cool Victorian Lifestyle

    Hello All, I am doing some research about Victorian Lifestyles and I was wondering if any of you could help? Thankyou, Charlotte

    Started by chazzed‎, 12-01-2005 7:10 PM
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  8. Whigs and Tories in 1830-1840

    What were the key differences between the Whigs and Tories during this period? Just trying to understand what type of person would've voted for a Whig. Would he have really been as debauched as a 21st century Liberal ;) I can't remember who came before Queen Victoria! Booger |help|

    Started by kris‎, 05-01-2005 4:23 PM
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  9. Post Military Presence in St Budeaux

    I've found a gent. surname Pett who's occupation is 'Assistant Commisary General Ordinance D': St Budeaux. (1881) Has anyone any idea of Regiment which regiment would have been in the area. By 1891 he was down as a Retired Lieutenant Colonel. I've posted this here because it's after the...

    Started by Caryl Gill‎, 24-11-2004 12:09 AM
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  10. Thumbs up Evidence on the employment of Children in 1842

    I have had my copy of this CD for some time and can thoroughly recommend it, as Ann has said elsewhere, it is facinating if sometimes depressing reading. It is certainly the other side of the picture, to that given by the pretty Victorian website, also discussed elsewhere. Before I am...

    Started by Patrisia‎, 03-12-2004 2:38 PM
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  11. The Co-operative Movement in Manchester.

    For most of his working life, my great grandfather worked for the co-operative movement in Manchester. He started as a clerk at Balloon Street, became manager of the pickle factory at Middleton Junction and ended his career as president of the Blackley Co-operative Society. That is a brief synopsis...

    Started by John‎, 02-12-2004 2:18 AM
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