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    Hi Brian, My apologies for not replying to...

    Hi Brian,

    My apologies for not replying to your post sooner. Josiah and Loveday's daughter Joanna was baptized in Endellion on May 6th, 1753, so presumably born a few weeks prior to that. Joanna's...
  2. I see that you can get a 24-hour subscription for...

    I see that you can get a 24-hour subscription for just £5 (AU$9), which doesn't seem unreasonable. There's also a listing for an A. G. Bell - perhaps Alured wrote under that name as well? Plus,...
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    At the time of Bridget’s marriage (December 17, 1892 at the Episcopal Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia), her parents were given as John (a seaman) and Selina Shepherd. Bridget (also known as Bride) was...
  4. Hi bohoprivateer, My wife's great-grandmother...

    Hi bohoprivateer,

    My wife's great-grandmother was Frances Sheppard (b. abt 1860, d. 1906) who was Nathaniel's and Hannah's daughter. She married Giles Taylor in 1879, and together they had...
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    Hi Gtanner! Where are you at? Tim

    Hi Gtanner!

    Where are you at?

    Tim
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    Irish Genealogy...

    Irish Genealogy (the free website operated by the Irish Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht) does have records for both Cork and Kerry online (with the exception of Cork City), although in...
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    14. of New Buckenham All my Goods Chattles(sic)...

    14. of New Buckenham All my Goods Chattles(sic) household
    15. Stuffe Implemts(sic) of household horses cow beast sheep

    Tim
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    I've been using Legacy for the last 10 - 12...

    I've been using Legacy for the last 10 - 12 years, and have been very satisfied. Although a U.S. product, and some of the help files reflect this (e.g., it suggests using a town/county/state/country...
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    It sounds as if the end of the story was not...

    It sounds as if the end of the story was not quite as lovely or romantic as the beginning!

    Tim
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    About 4½ years ago, I moved from Ottawa, a relatively large city (pop. ~800,000), to Corner Brook, a much smaller community (pop. ~20,000). Among other differences, the headlines in the local daily...
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    Hi Jane, While you haven't pinpointed any of...

    Hi Jane,

    While you haven't pinpointed any of my lot (of my direct line, only one grandfather served during WW I, and I already have his RVNR record from TNA), I'm enjoying reading your posts, if...
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    Greetings! I hope you enjoy these forums as much...

    Greetings! I hope you enjoy these forums as much as I have - the collective knowledge (and goodwill) of the members here is quite amazing.

    Tim
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    Pleased to meet you - I hope your tenure here is...

    Pleased to meet you - I hope your tenure here is a long and happy one!

    Tim
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    My family moved to Canada in the mid-1950's and...

    My family moved to Canada in the mid-1950's and always believed that we were the first 'of our line' to have done so. About 10 or 12 years ago, when I was still relatively new to family history, I...
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    Seems to be working for me ...

    I received an e-mail this afternoon saying that someone had replied to a thread I'd posted on earlier in the day - see below. Is this what you mean? I haven't started any new threads recently, but...
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    Colin - Do you have a genealogy program at...

    Colin -

    Do you have a genealogy program at home? If so, perhaps you could download your tree as a GEDCOM from Ancestry, make the necessary changes (I think it would be quite simple to do in...
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    I've also seen Minnie as a diminutive for Amelia...

    I've also seen Minnie as a diminutive for Amelia - my grandfather's half-sister was one such, and I know of at least one other.

    HTH -

    Tim
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    A famous Lancashire Sharples (by marriage)

    I don't mean to hijack Michael's thread, but I've been waiting for someone to mention that most famous of Sharples, namely this lady:
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    Please note that this is not a complete list (my...

    Please note that this is not a complete list (my uncle's not there for one).

    Tim
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    There's also a picture of the King's Head, taken...

    There's also a picture of the King's Head, taken in 1963, on the website of the Oswestry Family & Local History Group - see...
  21. British Columbia BMD indexes/images online

    Just saw a notice about this and thought it might be of interest to those looking for ancestors/relatives in Canada's westernmost province.

    Original record images of births (1854-1903),...
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    About 3 months ago I signed up for a World...

    About 3 months ago I signed up for a World subscription to findmypast.com (the US version of findmypast.co.uk), but so far British Newspapers aren't included in the available resources. I have heard,...
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    At least with computers, we can do our page...

    At least with computers, we can do our page turning from home!



    You're right, of course, about keeping an open mind, although I would be surprised if Elizabeth went very far. From what I've...
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    Thanks for the suggestion Megan, but the...

    Thanks for the suggestion Megan, but the Elizabeth APPS who married Richard Lobb (mentioned by geneius) on October 7, 1854 was a spinster whose father was William APPS, seaman (it looks like he...
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    Lost in Cornwall

    My 3xgreat-grandmother, Elizabeth APPS (née KENT), appears on the 1841 census living in St. Endellion parish with her daughter Loveday and son Richard, my 2xgreat-grandfather (HO107 Piece 152 Book 8...
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