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    How certain are you of the 1794 date for Charles?...

    How certain are you of the 1794 date for Charles? I'm asking because I have found a baptism in Yeovil for a Charles Brook 23 December 1798, parents Thomas and Mary.

    Charles Brooks married Rebecca...
  2. The Mrs Herberts mentioned in the letters might...

    The Mrs Herberts mentioned in the letters might not be the birth mother but someone acting as a go-between, a broker for the adoption. Therefore it is quite possible that the Barringtons may not have...
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    Not sure what familysearch means by Institution...

    Not sure what familysearch means by Institution but that is the same one I have found and David Goodhew aged 20 is definitely an Ag Lab on Queens Farm. The image can be found on findmypast.

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    I can only find one David Goodhew in Shorne in...

    I can only find one David Goodhew in Shorne in 1841 and he is an Ag Lab aged 20, employed on Queen's Farm by a Farmer named Thomas Solomon. The reference is HO107/462/2/F23/p8

    If this is not the...
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    What about this baptism William Eastwood 24...

    What about this baptism

    William Eastwood 24 May 1790 St Nicholas, Bradfield Sheffield, son of Simon Eastwood of Gale

    Image availble on fmp

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  6. Thread: WALLS

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    At a guess I'd say he is the son of John and...

    At a guess I'd say he is the son of John and Catherine as her maiden name is unusual. Getting his birth Cert would sort it one way or the other.

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  7. Thread: WALLS

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    Not sure if this is the same Francis but in 1939...

    Not sure if this is the same Francis but in 1939 there is a Francis G Walls, born 1915, who is a Student of Theology in Lanchester, Durham. Catherine and John are living in Crompton, Lancs, no...
  8. Thread: WALLS

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    Can't see them in Lancs in 1901 but in 1911 they...

    Can't see them in Lancs in 1901 but in 1911 they are living in Ashton under Lyne.
    John 36 a Police Costable and Catherine 35, both born Dundee, with children James Edward 8, John 6, Hector 4 and...
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    1861 RG09/2775/F14/p21 1 Wallgate, Wigan, Lancs...

    1861
    RG09/2775/F14/p21
    1 Wallgate, Wigan, Lancs
    Robert Louther 44 born Lancashire
    Agnes Louther wife 47 Westmorland
    Mary Ann Louther dau 10 Westmorland
    Richard Louther son 6 Manchester

    1871...
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    https://www.marineinsight.com/careers-2/a-guide-to...

    https://www.marineinsight.com/careers-2/a-guide-to-merchant-navy-uniform/

    According to the above site three stripes nowadays signifies a Chief Officer, four stripes for a Captain. I'd gues that is...
  11. Dorset FHS Baptisms Index has a baptism for a...

    Dorset FHS Baptisms Index has a baptism for a William Seymour in East Lulworth 24 July 1796, parents Richard and Diana.

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  12. Thread: WWII records.

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    WW2 service records are not on line. They are...

    WW2 service records are not on line. They are held by the MOD. If you want a copy it will cost 30 and you will need a copy of the death certificate
    ...
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    William Prince married Hannah Crimstone 8 April...

    William Prince married Hannah Crimstone 8 April 1788 in Hart, Durham by Banns.

    Image available on findmypast

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  14. I cannot find Jules in the 1901 Census although...

    I cannot find Jules in the 1901 Census although Sarah is there, living in Paddington with daughter Amelie and son in law Morris Barrett. The entry states that she is married. In 1911 she is still...
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    Could it be referring to the combined height of...

    Could it be referring to the combined height of all six sons, each one being around 6 foot something.

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  16. Thread: Ada Knott

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    I presume you have Ada in 1881 with parents...

    I presume you have Ada in 1881 with parents Richard and Jane and sister Mary Ann.

    Richard Knott married Jane Craddle Mar 1879 Hull 9d 332. Both Mary Ann and brother William have mother's maiden...
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    Don't know if this is your chap or not but I came...

    Don't know if this is your chap or not but I came across this entry in Boyds Inhabitants of London

    James Shewell of St. Matthew Friday Street
    Married 25 June 1700 at St Lawrence Jewry to Judith...
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    If the marriage took place in April 1837 then you...

    If the marriage took place in April 1837 then you won't find it on any BMD site as Civil Registration did not start until 1 July 1837. Therefore you will need to find the Parish Register entry,...
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    The GRO site has the following birth reference ...

    The GRO site has the following birth reference

    Ivy Louisa Radford Sep 1903 Aston vol 6d p312. Mother's maiden name is Brown so I think you are correct about her being the daughter of George...
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    Probably just a huge coincidence but there was a...

    Probably just a huge coincidence but there was a William Taylor baptised 1822 in Norfolk, mother Elizabeth.

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    In the 1871 Census the head of household for 7...

    In the 1871 Census the head of household for 7 Norfolk Road, Marylebone is a William Taylor aged 49 born Norwich and his wife, Eliza, born Dursham, Suffolk and family.

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  22. Thread: Baptism Record

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    Private Baptism - this was usually carried out at...

    Private Baptism - this was usually carried out at the child's home because it was thought that the child might not live. Often the child was later either baptised again in Church or was formally...
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    What about this one Thomas Martin Sep 1901...

    What about this one

    Thomas Martin
    Sep 1901 West Derby 8b 209 aged 1

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    That just about sums it up. Emeltee

    That just about sums it up.

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    As Thomas's father did not marry until 2 years...

    As Thomas's father did not marry until 2 years after Thomas's birth what about this registration

    Thomas McLaren Sep 1875 Birkenhead 8a 483 no mmn given

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