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    Hi Bren First of all George Albert's birth...

    Hi Bren
    First of all George Albert's birth registration in 1887 has his surname as Rogers (no d) so when searching it is best to use wildcards * or tick the variation of surnames box.
    He and his...
  2. Hi Don't go down the road of paying a...

    Hi
    Don't go down the road of paying a professional genealogist yet. Let's see what our members can find first.
    Christina
  3. Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Danielle...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Danielle
    Do you have George's marriage certificate? Any parents names on it?
    I have had a quick search on familysearch.org but without knowing which area in...
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    Hi Marj Have you found John in the 1851 census,...

    Hi Marj
    Have you found John in the 1851 census, also Eliza Ann. I am having trouble finding them.
    Christina
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    Marriages On same page FreeBMD Sept 1/4 1851...

    Marriages
    On same page FreeBMD
    Sept 1/4 1851 Keynsham ( boundary of Gloucestershire and Somerset) John Jenkins and Elizabeth Sheppard Mountain
    Sept 1/4 1871 John jenkins and Mary Ann Parslow. reg...
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    Just searching by name on the National Archives...

    Just searching by name on the National Archives brings up this record
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    The National Archives (uk) have war diaries and...

    The National Archives (uk) have war diaries and because your grandfather was an officer he is more likely to be mentioned rather than those of lower ranks. here
    I haven't searched to see if there is...
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    Hello David and welcome to the British-Genealogy...

    Hello David and welcome to the British-Genealogy forums

    I googled Stuart Clarence Graham Australia WW11 and got quite a few hits including a Wikipedia article. This is your grandfather? A very...
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    Hi Barbara The 1946 record doesn't have a photo....

    Hi Barbara
    The 1946 record doesn't have a photo. It is in reference to his OBE and the source is The Royal Navy List of Retired Officers July 1967 (covers 1897-1967)
    Christina
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    Index on ScotlandsPeople Death COUPAR THOMAS...

    Index on ScotlandsPeople
    Death
    COUPAR
    THOMAS SMITH age 87
    1934
    479/ 78
    Falkirk

    On my OH's great grandmothe's death certificate her mother's maiden name is completely different to the correct...
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    Are you sure it is P J and not P S Bartlett? See...

    Are you sure it is P J and not P S Bartlett?
    See this article
    Christina
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    Britain, Campaign, Gallantry & Long Service...

    Britain, Campaign, Gallantry & Long Service Medals & Awards
    Alberto Sammut
    Year 1914-20
    Rank Private
    Regiment Army Service Corps
    Soldier Number: M/373807

    Alberto Sammut
    Year 1914-20...
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    Hi Renae and welcome the British-Genealogy...

    Hi Renae and welcome the British-Genealogy forums.
    Many of us start off the same way, just trying to find out about one thing/person and then the genealogy bug bites again. :smile5:
    I do envy you...
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    Hi Just quickly. Do you have the birth/baptism...

    Hi
    Just quickly. Do you have the birth/baptism record for James Aitken Carruthers 1839. I can't see it on ScotlandsPeople 1830-1845 all counties with that date and mother's surname.
    I have a couple...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums Our...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    Our members love a challenge and Irish research surely is one. :smile5:
    Take a look around, pick the most suitable forum for each of your queries telling us...
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    Hi if this is the last time you have his...

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    if this is the last time you have his service number it is not post war. WW1 ended 11 November 1918.
    It would make your research a lot easier if your grandfather served after 1920 as the MoD...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums If you...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    If you came to us from Forces War Records reading this will explain the connection.

    I took a quick look on both ancestry and Findmypast and neither of them...
  18. Thread: New Member

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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums We have...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    We have lots of members who love a challenge so take a look around, choose a suitable forum, give us all the information you have about your brickwall(s) and...
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums If you...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums
    If you came to us from Forces War Records reading this will tell you why.
    It certainly looks like the cap badge of the Royal Horse Artillery from doing a...
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    What a great result Jane I joined Facebook a...

    What a great result Jane
    I joined Facebook a couple of years ago but was only on there for a few hours before I decided it wasn't for me but have been reconsidering. You have given me another reason...
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    by christanel
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    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums miletnz...

    Welcome to the British-Genealogy forums miletnz
    As Peter says if you can tell us where you found this information it may help us help you. I have looked on familysearch.org without any results...
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    Your genealogist thought that Frederick...

    Your genealogist thought that Frederick Fotheringham Carruthers was actually your grandfather George Frederick. We have shown that that is not the case.
    I have been following Fred Fotheringham...
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    Not only does the 1901 census show her birthplace...

    Not only does the 1901 census show her birthplace as Blackfriars but so does her birth certificate with Lillias' address as 50 John St, Ayr. Elizabeth's birth registration is the first time I have...
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    There is this site...

    There is this site https://grandeguerre.icrc.org/en/File/Search
    I can't see anything on Forces War Records
    Here is The National Archives research guide for POW's
    Christina
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    The marriage certificate also names them as his...

    The marriage certificate also names them as his parents. Documents not surviving is not unusual. They may have used the marriage certificate as proof of parents at his death then threw it out...
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