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    Thanks Pamela. Practically all I know about this...

    Thanks Pamela.
    Practically all I know about this branch of my family appears on this site.
    I found that Annie Elizabeth was baptised in Nursling, Hants by my grandmother Georgina Tanner from...
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    Thanks. I haven't checked the posts but had...

    Thanks. I haven't checked the posts but had managed to find the site that gave what I wanted as 'William Scannell. The Henry Foundation. Inc' . I still don't know who gave it me in the first place.
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    The Henry Foundation

    I see that I heard of this organisation through British Genealogy Forums some time ago, but am not sure how exactly I came across it. Could be connected with the names Swannell or Partridge in North...
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    Here is a bit more to add to my previous post. ...

    Here is a bit more to add to my previous post.

    In 1861 census Jacob Wells 59, b Isfield, Sussex, is with wife Sophia 57, b Loose, Kent, and son Walter 10, b Chartham at Perryfield St. Maidstone.
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    Now that I know his father was Jacob Wells I have...

    Now that I know his father was Jacob Wells I have found further info on John Wells' siblings.

    In 1841 Jacob Wells was 35 working and living at Paper Mill in Isfield with wife Sophia 35. Neither...
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    Wells family

    Hi Nick

    I don't know whether this will add much to what you already know.

    The John Wells/Ann Colman marriage was in 4th qtr 1846 Brighton 7 471.

    In 1851 census he was Baker aged 26 b...
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    I wonder if anyone who has access to pre-1901...

    I wonder if anyone who has access to pre-1901 electoral rolls for Rast Yorkshire can tell me the earliest date at which my grandfather William John Partridge is shown as living at 28 Paull Street,...
  8. Thread: John Henry Yates

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    Hi Jenny, You don't seem to have had any...

    Hi Jenny,

    You don't seem to have had any further replies so I wonder if you know any of this -

    In 1851 census HO107/2261 f271 p3 there is a John Yates, 13, b Preston, scholar at Spring Bank,...
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    Mrs Picken, Crosby Row.

    Can anyone supply any further information about the Mrs Picken who was at 14 Crosby Row, Walworth Road according to notes I made from directories for 1805/1806/1807 about 50 years ago?

    I have...
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    Hi Eddie, If you are still looking for...

    Hi Eddie,
    If you are still looking for Bucknalls, I have quite a lot of info. about Bucknalls (including some of my ancesters) living in and around Shifnal a little east of Shrewsbury in the period...
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    Thank you Nicolina. This is probably the Thomas...

    Thank you Nicolina.
    This is probably the Thomas Partridge buried in Reynolds Cemetery, along with 1st wife Martha who died in 1871, a daughter Sarah born 1835 who died before her mother, and a son...
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    Thanks Coromandel, but I got my information about...

    Thanks Coromandel, but I got my information about the burial from Findagrave. I contacted the contributor but she only had the info available from the graveyard.
    I saw the 1870 census entry in...
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    I am afraid that the Samuel Partridge found in...

    I am afraid that the Samuel Partridge found in the 1841 census at the Court Yard, (actually appears as Gas Street in my version) in Northampton All Saints, is more likely to be the Samuel born in...
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    Temperance Hotels in Tredegar

    Can anyone provide me with any info. about Temperance Hotels in Tredegar in the 1860s?

    My grandparents, William John Partridge, b 1844, described as Temperance Hotel Manager, and Georgina Tanner,...
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    Unfortunately the death certificate does not seem...

    Unfortunately the death certificate does not seem to be for the right William Dyson though the age is correct and the area a possibility if he had returned from NZ. Will have to look for a death...
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    Thank you Olliecat and Coromandel, This is far...

    Thank you Olliecat and Coromandel, This is far more information than I ever expected. I will have to wait till my return from holiday to sort it all out, but I will also, as soon as possible, get the...
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    What became of the Dysons from Canning Town?

    Can anyone tell me what became of the Dysons who lived at 10 Coolfin Road, Canning Town from c 1890?

    in 1891 Census (c) National Archives - RG12/1318 f 55 p9
    William F Dyson 26, Railway Servant...
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    Thanks Steve. That is my g-g-uncle, but what...

    Thanks Steve.
    That is my g-g-uncle, but what happened to him after the family was dispersed?
    FredP.
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    Thomas Partridge b 1816 Buckingham.

    Is it possible that the Thomas Partridge b 1816 who was buried in Reynolds Cemetery, Venango County, Pennsylvania in 1881 could have been my g-grandfather's brother who lived in Buckingham with his...
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    Thank you, Peter, for the information about the...

    Thank you, Peter, for the information about the RE connection with Paull, a place I had never heard of until I received the 1901 census information from a Society of Genealogists researcher a few...
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    William John Partridge - East Yorks (Hull)

    The Wiliam John Partridge who appears in the 1901 census (Sculcoates RG13/4508) Widower aged 56, b Blackfriars, Storeman, S M Mining at 28 Paull Street, Paull, and in the 1911 census (RG14/28719) as...
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    Elizabeth Partridge nee Drewitt c1784 - 1851

    The above married my g-g-grandfather William Partridge 16 Jun 1806 in St Paul, Bedford.

    I have been unable to find out where she came from, as she doesn't seem to have been Bedford-born. Having...
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    Hi Ewan. Haven't come up with any likely...

    Hi Ewan.

    Haven't come up with any likely marriages, nor have I found them on 1841 or 1851 census, but is this your Francis?

    Francis Kinton d Dec1843 St Pancras 1 245.

    Sorry, FredP.
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    I now have the marriage cert of Edward Thomas...

    I now have the marriage cert of Edward Thomas Gardner - Wandsworth Register Office 24/12/1919: -

    Edward Thomas Gardner, 71, Widower of Independent Means, 164 Ebury Street, Westminster; father...
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    Yes, it's beginning to get a bit confusing. ...

    Yes, it's beginning to get a bit confusing.
    Elizabeth Cox married John Tanner b 1804, 2nd son of the William Tanner whose other children included those you mention and many others.
    Emily August...
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