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  1. Smile Sticky Thread Sticky: Good news from Paris

    Great news from Paris! They have digitalised five million records, notably bmds from 1860 to 1902, which can now be consulted directly online. This is the link: http://www.paris.fr/portail/Culture/.lut?page_id=149 Top right, it says that you can choose the language (English/Espaņol)...

    Started by pottoka‎, 07-01-2010 11:27 PM
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  1. Question Joanna Stanton born France (Brit Subject)

    Hi I have a similar sticky wicket to find... Jo(h)anna HOWARD died in 1859 age 46 In 1851 with her husband John Davies HOWARD in Liverpool (she born France, British Subject) In 1841 with her husband in Liverpool (she born in Lancashire - NO) Joanna STANTON married John Davies HOWARD in...

    Started by plimmerian‎, 21-03-2010 4:00 PM
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  2. Italian death records

    Does anyone know their way around Italian death records? I am looking for the death record around mid 1960's for one Pietro Lugliani aka Adelmo Pietro Lugliana aka Peter Jackson. Previously Australian resident, possibly returned to Italy prior to 1960. Unfortunately do not know location. Any...

    Started by michaelpipe‎, 23-08-2013 2:40 PM
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  3. French Schutt/Schutte help please

    Hello, I'm so frustrated. I've been searching for two days to try and find a great-great-great grandfather, to no avail. I know he was born in Paris, I first found him on the English 1971 census Leon Schutte. I have found a record of a Leon Jacob Schutt without the E who was born in Paris. I have...

    Started by lucyweir‎, 14-07-2013 1:59 PM
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  4. abt Nov 1919 - child of Elise MATON, Belgium

    Filed with Fred Abbott's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): Letters from Mademoiselle Elise MATON (rue Alfred, Defrisscieux, Petit Wasmes, Hainaut, Belgium) to the War Office, trying to contact the father of her child - Fred Abbott (Worcester Regt), who had been stationed at Mons. All dated August...

    Started by fullscott‎, 02-07-2013 7:53 AM
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    After WWI my grandfather divorced his first wife, went living and working in Dinard and married a French woman Juliette CLOCHARD. They emigrated to New York in 1925 and their next of kin was Monsieur Clochard, Place Du Champ De Foire, Cerizay Deux Sevres. I have been trying to find what that...

    Started by David Tuson‎, 23-06-2013 4:06 AM
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  6. Prussian Place Name

    I'm looking for Richendorf, Lanenberg, Prussia 1893 death certificate issued by Queensland BDM. This is a typed certificate and not a copy of the original. Any suggestions could the certificate be mis-translated or the place re-named?

    Started by Chisel‎, 18-04-2013 2:46 AM
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    18-04-2013, 10:09 PM Go to last post
  7. Verrechia/Russia

    Anybody got any ideas about this one, Antonio Verrechia on the 1911 census is living in Croydon, Father is Pasquale, Mother is Maria, all the family (11) are either born in Italy or England apart from him. It says he was born in Russia, D.O.B must've been about 1894 but why Russia? We think it...

    Started by seasickken‎, 06-04-2009 9:51 PM
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  8. Death in Gdynia, Poland

    The grandfather of a friend of mine died at a British Consulate office in Gdynia, Poland, in October 1958. To whom would she apply for a copy of his death certificate, please? Thank you,

    Started by Jan1954‎, 18-03-2013 10:27 AM
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  9. Frederick Hebe 1853 in Stockholm

    Hi, Im very new to Genealogy and I am stuck trying to research into Frederick Hebe. He was born in Stockholm and was a sailor but moved to Liverpool, England later in life. Can someone advise how best to trace his swedish roots or help?

    Started by meks1980‎, 16-02-2013 1:24 PM
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  10. French Army in Kairouan, Tunis

    My great uncle was killed in Kairouan in 1882, he was I believe in the French Army. Please can someone point me in the right direction to learn more.

    Started by Marchbank‎, 16-02-2013 4:00 AM
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  11. STEPHENS, Percival James, Aus to Amiens, Fran

    I'm interested in this person, who would have been my grand-uncle ... well, my Mother's uncle to be sure! Percy was a Sargeant with the Australian Graves Services (AGS), formerly of the 3rd Field Ambulance, 1st AIF. He applied to be demobilised from the AGS in Amiens, France, on July 8th 1921. ...

    Started by trevorjm‎, 19-01-2009 2:53 AM
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  12. Newbie Info Wanted?

    Hi, I'm New Here. I'm very interested in establishing my family tree as best I can. I have been looking back for a few months now and I have had great pleasure in finding out various pieces of information. One of my ancestors (Charles Alfred Chriswick b.1866) was a mariner who sailed on the ship...

    Started by dylan thermos‎, 16-01-2013 3:37 PM
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  13. Cattano

    Hi, My daughter married a Cattano ancestors possibly from Italy or Sicily-any info? Regards Digby.

    Started by digby‎, 14-01-2013 2:44 PM
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  14. French Relations

    Hello, I hope someone here has a French speaker in the family or can help with this. I've been living in France for 20 years and have got to grips with the confusion between "belle mere" meaning either mother-in-law or step-mother. In my French conversation class this morning we were...

    Started by AudreyF‎, 09-01-2013 1:35 PM
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  15. Wehrle, Krafft of Germany

    Hi...i have 2 families from Germany that i am researching....first Wehrle...Johann Georg Wehrle (about 1790) & Maria Juliana Kast (dates not known)...this family came to Canada via United States in the early 1830's. Some of them stayed in the States..i have lots on them after they came to Canada...

    Started by Woody52‎, 04-12-2012 2:37 AM
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  16. France

    Im not sure this is in the right place, sorry if its not. How, or where would I find French records? I knew a relative of mine swam the channel, but Ive since found he took part in the french olympics in 1900. He married a Frenchwoman, and lived the remainder of his life in France, untill...

    Started by Rachie‎, 03-11-2009 12:57 AM
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  17. LOOKING for FRIGIERI ancestry

    My objective is to locate initially;- 1. Any ancestors 2. Any living members of the FRIGIERI family.They would probably be currently living in Italy. Q. Where do I go from here ? FEDORA

    Started by FEDORA‎, 22-07-2009 5:55 PM
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  18. Thumbs up Joseph Bebbington

    I am looking for help in tracing an ancestor JOSEPH BEBBINGTON born in 1837 ( according to census , his birth was in Belgium/Germany ). His wifes name was Amelia. I have so far been unable to trace a birth record or his parents names. CAN ANYBODY HELP !!! :helpsmilie:

    Started by mark1960‎, 06-10-2012 8:45 PM
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    06-10-2012, 11:22 PM Go to last post
  19. Born in Germany

    Hello everyone Hope someone can help, just found a William Hempleman/Hampleman in 1851 census says he was born 1772 in Germany, can anyone point me in the right direction for records please. Thank you Kim

    Started by kcapes‎, 01-10-2012 4:25 PM
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  20. Dominique Vedere - s. of Antoine born France

    Back on 12 July 2010, I started a thread on the Cornwall county wide forum entitled Elizabeth Vedere - married 1872. That thread answered my questions about Elizabeth and the effect of her running away with Dominique before she was 16 years of age had upon her father. There are some references...

    Started by Colin Rowledge‎, 15-08-2012 8:34 PM
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