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    I notice that you and helachau have continued the...

    I notice that you and helachau have continued the search. I stopped just in case Rob decided he'd got the wrong granny with Amy Millicent. :smile5:

    Pam
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    Following my message #4, Amy in the 1901 census....

    Following my message #4, Amy in the 1901 census.

    Living in Bournemouth (Hampshire), census reference RG13/1043 folio 5 page 2.
    Charles Hembery, 46, house slater, born Shirley, Southampton...
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    Where was Amy Millicent born? The only Amy...

    Where was Amy Millicent born?

    The only Amy (any, or no, middle name) Hembrey (or variant) biryh registration in England or Wales 1870-1900 is for an Amy Ethel Hembrey, registered June quarter...
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    Hi Rob, I presume you've traced the family...

    Hi Rob,

    I presume you've traced the family back via the usual route of birth, marriage, and death certificates to 1837, and the censuses to 1841, and then based on birthplaces in the censuses,...
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    And the application forms. And the cheque for...

    And the application forms. And the cheque for thirty quid. :smile5:
    The link with all the details is at the end of the first paragraph in Lesley's post #4.

    Pam
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    Jason77 - I've removed the more personal details...

    Jason77 - I've removed the more personal details of Arthur's death as they weren't necessary to my question.

    Do you or someone in the family have a copy of the death certificate? If not, then you...
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    Do you know where and when Arthur died? If he...

    Do you know where and when Arthur died? If he died after 1 April 1969 his birth date should be on his death certificate.

    Pam
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    I may as well start with a stupid question....

    I may as well start with a stupid question. :smile5:
    I think that in the US you count 'greats' in a different way to us Brits.
    I have
    me
    my mum Mary
    her mum Elizabeth - who is my grandmother...
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    Hello Jason77, Welcome to British-Genealogy....

    Hello Jason77,

    Welcome to British-Genealogy. :smile5:

    Service records for personnel who served after 1921 are still held by the Ministry of Defence. We can tell you how to apply for those...
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    Having now twigged that Harriet was born Harriet...

    Having now twigged that Harriet was born Harriet Bould, I've now found her marriage registration to Henry Kent in 1850, and have found them and four children in the 1861 census, living in Burton on...
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    Hello kittwoll, Welcome to British-Genealogy....

    Hello kittwoll,

    Welcome to British-Genealogy. :smile5:

    Unlike warmcoort I'm having problems finding your tree on Ancestry, and I'm having difficulty finding William and Harriet in a census, so...
  12. Hello Debra, Welcome to British-Genealogy....

    Hello Debra,

    Welcome to British-Genealogy. :smile5:

    Like you, I'm not too familiar with Wales, but I know a little about the way the GRO index marriages within a registration district. This is...
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    Hello Paul, Welcome to British-Genealogy....

    Hello Paul,

    Welcome to British-Genealogy. :smile5:

    If you want to know how you've arrived here, this should help.

    Service records for personnel who served after 1921 are still held by the...
  14. I've finally twigged where this piece of...

    I've finally twigged where this piece of information comes from.
    Which is another record that needs ditching from your family tree. :smile5:
    The 1891 census record for Gertrude. Says she's...
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    I was going to say that you might have to buy...

    I was going to say that you might have to buy John's birth certificate, but you might be a lucky bunny.

    There is no John (Charles) Hill with that birth date in the 1939 Register.

    However . ....
  16. Gertrude - mother of Elizabeth Ellen Evans. ...

    Gertrude - mother of Elizabeth Ellen Evans.


    Does Harold actually say his grandmother was Gertrude Hall, or is that what you've assumed from his book?

    Elizabeth's birth certificate says that...
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    Following Jomot1's find of a possible death for...

    Following Jomot1's find of a possible death for Charles, one of the questions Peter raised - namely, when was the letter dated - becomes quite important.
    It might be worth splashing seven quid for...
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    The birth for Charles Foster found in the 1939...

    The birth for Charles Foster found in the 1939 Register was registered in June quarter 1916 Auckland registration district. Mother's maiden name Street, which agrees with birth registrations for a...
  19. Perhaps I should have added - 'nor where to end...

    Perhaps I should have added - 'nor where to end at'. :biggrin:

    Give a gal a break. Sentence structure was the least of my problems!

    Though you know what will be happening in the future, don't...
  20. Hoist by my own petard. :biggrin: It started...

    Hoist by my own petard. :biggrin:
    It started off so well in post #28, but now I don't know which bit to start with/at. :smile5:

    Elizabeth Ellen Evans.
    Known facts/supporting documents:
    1....
  21. Mike, firstly, thank you for a little more...

    Mike, firstly, thank you for a little more background to Elizabeth and her mother.

    Next, I am going to go for broke and say that I think you ought to throw out most of the stuff you have and...
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    But you were wiser, Christina. :smile5: I made...

    But you were wiser, Christina. :smile5: I made the fatal mistake of using only the GRO Historical index - forgetting that the deaths index stops in 1957. Me very bad.

    OldBird - if your Leslie died...
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    Hello OldBird, Welcome to British-Genealogy....

    Hello OldBird,

    Welcome to British-Genealogy. :smile5:

    Service records for personnel who served after 1921 are still held by the Ministry of Defence.
    Full details of how to apply, including...
  24. I was hoping someone from Wales might be able to...

    I was hoping someone from Wales might be able to rescue me re the place of birth. :flowers:
    Baptism register place of abode looks like Gomallt. Though it's not in the list of Pembrokeshire places I...
  25. Mike, there are known instances where a person...

    Mike, there are known instances where a person has been entered into the same census twice, but usually the details 'match up', i.e. the age and birthplace are the same.

    You've got two...
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