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    Perhaps by convention - because they came to the...

    Perhaps by convention - because they came to the marriage ceremony as A.B. and C.D. so they must sign as A.B. and C.D. to say they got married. The people that 'got married' were not A.B. and C.B....
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    Unfortunately I can't see any marriages for...

    Unfortunately I can't see any marriages for Monkwearmouth 1807 on FamilySearch - I suspect the registers for 1807-1808 weren't copied.
    I have found two baptisms of children of Jonathon Prince and...
  3. From this I can confirm Sarah Lotinga b....

    From this I can confirm
    Sarah Lotinga b. Sunderland - 20/11/1842 mmn Hoffman
    Amelia Mason b. Sunderland - 25/09/1863 mmn Lotinga
    Cecile Mason b. Sunderland - 07/06/1867 mmn Lotinga (indexed as...
  4. The marriage is registered in Sunderland as...

    The marriage is registered in Sunderland as being 10 Sep 1862 between Jules Mason and Sarah Lotinga and the reference is M2JEWS/13

    I know a reference C0... is Church of England, M can be...
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    (Of course) - CPO = Chief Petty Officer He was...

    (Of course) - CPO = Chief Petty Officer

    He was Act (acting) CPO to start with on the Magpie and Victory, then full CPO on Victory till the end of his service

    Also noticed he went from PO 2class...
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    You can see in the 'Character' column he was...

    You can see in the 'Character' column he was always VG = very good
    Towards the end on the Vernon 9/11/1924 - he was on Shore - Pensioned.
    I'm not sure of all his ranks but he joined as 'Boy',...
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    You could work your way thru this page -...

    You could work your way thru this page - https://www.naval-history.net/WW1NavyBritishShips-Dittmar1.htm - eg Hecla is on there -

    HECLA (ex-BRITISH CROWN), sea-going depot ship, earlier mercantile...
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    He was on a number of ships - listed down the...

    He was on a number of ships - listed down the left, with dates under Period of Service - spome more than once -
    St.Vincent - Agincourt - Revenge - H(something) - Vernon - Victory I - Hecla -...
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    I've seen a number of 1911 census entries with...

    I've seen a number of 1911 census entries with ALL children listed, including those who had died - conveniently crossed out on one census so that helped my research.
    Also seen one where 3 of 6 adult...
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    FamilySearch's 'philosophy' is to have a 'one...

    FamilySearch's 'philosophy' is to have a 'one world wide tree' - that all subscribers can add to and update.
    This means there is no way of locking up the info for your bit - like you can on your...
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    Peter Goodey's answer in #4 is right for the ...

    Peter Goodey's answer in #4 is right for the 'definition' of consecrated ground v. unconsecrated ground.
    In the burial registers for my two local municipal cemetery's in Sunderland there are many...
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    My father was in VIIIB/344 and moved to E283...

    My father was in VIIIB/344 and moved to E283 Ratibor (which was a sugar mill) and E719 Steigern

    All the lists and internet links I've got only show E734 Schoppintiz by name but no further...
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    Ancestry's face book page had their posted reply...

    Ancestry's face book page had their posted reply saying - ... 'we can clarify ... the 1939 Register will be available starting from our basic subscription, UK Essential' ... They go on to say that...
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    That seems to be right. Ancestry must have gone...

    That seems to be right. Ancestry must have gone back to some previous 'base level' of images and from a fb forum I'm on it also seems that Ancestry have had to do their own transcriptions as it...
  15. Thread: Two for One

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    He's also struggled with the Location and...

    He's also struggled with the Location and Occupation culumns - so perhaps he had been at the wine!

    |5cups|

    Cheers, MTS
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    It's two seperate families bapt on same day. Is...

    It's two seperate families bapt on same day. Is that the only one doubled up?
    I've seen pages done like this where the vicar is just saving paper or trying to fit in the last few entries for the...
  17. Thread: Help please

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    Yes their numbers did change as regiments (etc)...

    Yes their numbers did change as regiments (etc) were merged or if men were transferred

    I can only find William G Curwood with the numbers 7048 and 210725.

    Putting 633699 in the 'keyword' field...
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    Sorry - no results - but that was one of the more...

    Sorry - no results - but that was one of the more interesting searches I've tried!!

    :wub:


    :cheers2:

    Cheers, MTS
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    I'd start with the one that intrigues/interests...

    I'd start with the one that intrigues/interests you the most. Chances are it'll be the same for other relatives and you'll write it with more energy and conviction. Probably the more rare and...
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    I couldn't find any references on google search...

    I couldn't find any references on google search permutations but the definition of Roam/Roamer is 'To move about without purpose or plan; wander' so perhaps they were a type of guerilla unit which...
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    Seeing as Margaret Isabella Walker is a vocalist...

    Seeing as Margaret Isabella Walker is a vocalist by profession I thought I'd see if I could find her in the entertainment press.

    The only ref I found was in a Nottingham Bigamy Case! reported in...
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    Result! |woohoo|- I couldn't let this lie just...

    Result! |woohoo|- I couldn't let this lie just for the price of a certificate - which came today having battled thru the weather conditions -

    Marriage at Bradford Register Office 30 June 1898...
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    Looks like I'm getting there - |woohoo| We've...

    Looks like I'm getting there - |woohoo|

    We've found Thomas Stoker m Margaret Kaylow 30/03/1885
    Their stage names were Fred Stokes and Maggie Ethlo

    The Era published the death of Maggie Ethlo...
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    Looking at these census entries - this is the...

    Looking at these census entries - this is the famous Sir James Laing of Sir James Laing and Son shipyards, living in Thornhill Hall.
    Margaret would have married beneath herself if she married into...
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    :wink5: In fairness to my cousin she did 'seem to...

    :wink5: In fairness to my cousin she did 'seem to remember' the details as Kaylow as you've quoted! It was me who found the Kaglow entry.
    The FS transcription clinches it tho with John Emmerson...
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