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  1. Adoption 1977

    I am trying to help someone and just want confirmation that if an original birth registration for the above year has written numbers after the name etc that this is an indication that person was adopted. The lady is trying to find out what happened to a relative born in 1977 she has her birth...

    Started by Jane Gee‎, 10-08-2016 6:26 PM
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  2. George Butcher Twynam 1867-1947

    Hello I am just trying to confirm whether I have the right facts for my great-grandfather George Butcher Twynam. Birth certificate - born 7 December 1867, Downend, Arreton, Isle of Wight. Mother's name Eleanor Twynam. No father's name so I assume illegitimate. Informant of birth J Butcher....

    Started by wimsey‎, 05-08-2016 1:08 PM
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  3. Bastardy Orders

    I was looking at Prison Hulk records when I noticed that an 8 year girl had been sent to one from Warwickshire in 1831. In attempting to try and find out more I came across the following titled record set at Ancestry: "Warwickshire, Bastardy Orders, 1816-1839" Checking Ancestry's card catalogue...

    Started by Megan Roberts‎, 15-07-2016 9:29 AM
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  4. Filiation Orders - minimum age for fathers?

    I have a Filiation Order for a William Wearden, named as the father of a female child of Ellen Hornby of Alston-and-Hothersall, Lancashire. The Order is dated 15 May 1813. I am making a list of the possible William Weardens and the one I like best (on the basis of proximity) would only have been...

    Started by barbara lee‎, 28-03-2016 6:43 PM
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  5. Illegitimacy

    I believe my auntie Rita Victoria May Smith born in abt 1907 She was baptised on the 4 th August 1907 In great Bedwin, Wiltshire, England, by my Grand Mother Effie Kate and her husband William Henry Smith and given the name of Smith. The story we were always told was that my grand mother worked...

    Started by Heather Potter‎, 19-02-2016 7:41 PM
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  6. Vicar's comments!

    Just thought I'd share as I haven't come across such a descriptive vicar/curate in all the parish registers I've looked at: At the parish of St. Nicholas, Ash, Kent baptisms performed by C. FORSTER May 8th 1836: against the baptism of Marianne daughter of William SLATER, farmer of...

    Started by Wilkes_ml‎, 25-10-2015 9:19 PM
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  7. A couple of questions about illegitimacy

    Is it possible to look up records of bastardy bonds for early nineteenth century Yorkshire? Or cases that were brought for them? There is one example in my tree where a couple married a few months after the woman had an illegitimate child - is it feasible he'd have decided to marry her instead if...

    Started by Araminta‎, 10-11-2015 8:27 PM
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  8. Question Is It Possible To Find Illegitimate Father?

    Hi everyone, I have been researching my ancestry for a few year's now and with the help of this forum I have been able to brake a few brick wall's down but now I have come to a wall and i'm not sure if I can brake. I think one of my ancestor's was Illegitimate she was called Rose Fletcher Flint...

    Started by Frankie#88‎, 13-08-2015 11:13 AM
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  9. Bastardy Bond 1779: 'recognizance'

    A Bastardy Bond from 1779 mentions three people (but only their roles are needed here): i) the single woman who was pregnant ii) the man who was the father of the expected child iii) the single woman's father Both men were labourers, and the three people lived in different parishes. ...

    Started by thewideeyedowl‎, 03-07-2015 4:47 PM
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  10. Where Do I Go From Here?

    Hoping someone can help, Although I've been researching my family for some years now I've not come across 'father not known' but a relative has asked if I can help him. Well, I've gone as far as I can go but have got nowhere-baptism entry has a father's name but I think the name inserted was done...

    Started by TerryJ‎, 13-07-2015 5:09 PM
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  11. stephen pilcher petley

    hi all i have just realized that my great great great grandfather was base born ,i have seen the original record ,i d seen it manytimes but i was on an obscure kent genealogy site where they d been transcribed properly and it said baseborn on it ,when i went back to the original i could see it...

    Started by cathieee‎, 15-06-2015 11:51 AM
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  12. Mary PENNY Dalton in Furness - illeg ch 1908

    Just in case someone is looking for the child's father: Child (possibly Doris Clark PENNY?, but that is just a guess) born 14 October 1908 to Mary PENNY of Napier Street, Dalton in Furness. A Magistrate's Order was issued against Arthur CLARK. In 1916 Mary (now Mrs KITCHIN of Far View,...

    Started by fullscott‎, 03-06-2015 9:01 AM
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  13. Agnes Florence KING, Plaistow - child 1914

    Just in case anyone is looking for details of the father: Agnes Florence KING of Plaistow, Essex, gave birth to an illegitimate child on 10 April 1914. A Maintenance Order was served on the father, a soldier in the Essex Regt. He was Alfred George CLARK. Details can be found in the WW1...

    Started by fullscott‎, 25-05-2015 8:30 AM
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  14. Why the difference?

    The document below is a page from a parish register of baptisms 1814/1815. Of the 8 baptisms, 4 were of illegitimate children. 3 of those baptisms include the word 'bastard', the fourth is silent on the subject. It appears to be the same priest in every case. Do people think that there is...

    Started by Megan Roberts‎, 27-04-2015 9:57 PM
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  15. Boyes

    Birth of Martha Boyes in lincolnshire about 1807. Mother Martha Boyes, father unknown. Two possibilities are near Surfleet or near Grantham but no records to verify this info.

    Started by woodcutter‎, 06-03-2015 2:27 PM
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  16. Child of Agnes SOMERVILLE, Edinburgh, b 1914

    In the WW1 Service Records (WO 363) of one of many David SCOTTs, there is a Maintenance Order from the Haddington Magistrates for an Illegitimate Child, born 7 July 1914, to Agnes SOMERVILLE of Portobello. No clue to name or gender. David SCOTT went missing in action in 1916. To see his record:...

    Started by fullscott‎, 13-11-2014 12:56 PM
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  17. Affiliation Orders / Bastardy Bonds

    A useful but sometimes frustrating source for finding these is to search old newspapers. There are a few tips that I want to share with others as it may help them: 1. If you are looking for an unusual name, don't limit your search to the papers local to that vicinity, because if there was a...

    Started by Megan Roberts‎, 09-11-2013 11:25 AM
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  18. Fostering records for Hammersmith

    Hi there. I am trying to trace the fostering details of John Clayton Vousden born illegitimately on 17 July 1919 to Frances Beaumont Vousden. He was given up for fostering soon after birth and was brought up by a family in Fulham. Many thanks

    Started by madetotreasure‎, 13-08-2014 6:24 PM
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  19. Post Surnames

    Looking for Stanley Edward Carson also known as Dumayne (Dumane) Swinfield Thomas, Hobbs, Webb/ Bateman.

    Started by kerriehopps‎, 04-08-2014 12:22 AM
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  20. Question Paxton Park Maternity Home

    Hi. I was born in Paxton Park Maternity Home on 9th Oct 1946. My mother was in the army and like many young women at that time she was sent there to give birth. Are there any records stating where these women were before being sent there. I believe my father was in the army also but for reasons...

    Started by Cole‎, 06-04-2011 4:28 PM
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