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    Hi, sorry not to have explained my thinking and...

    Hi, sorry not to have explained my thinking and thanks to dundee10 for clarifying. As others have said, all our possible suggestions are only speculation until backed up by evidence. Please do let us...
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    Hi there I've found a George Edward John Watts...

    Hi there
    I've found a George Edward John Watts in 1911 in Nuneaton, b Fenny Stratford 1888.
    In 1891 he is in Fenny Stratford with parents George and Emma Eliza and brother Henry Joseph.
    No birth...
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    Hello Doreen, I've had a look and there is...

    Hello Doreen,
    I've had a look and there is indeed a Richard Reid, born Old Monkland who is a lock keeper or similar in censuses. You may have spotted him. He is probably the Richard Reid b 1802 to...
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    That is all very interesting. Informal adoptions...

    That is all very interesting. Informal adoptions probably did happen within families and George F could well be related to George snr. But hard to prove!
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    Yes I agree with you, jcarruthers and Christina...

    Yes I agree with you, jcarruthers and Christina - George Fotheringham Carruthers is definitely not your grandfather George Frederick Carruthers.
    Do you have any leads on how the Carruthers found...
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    FS have a baptism 1892 of Fred Lockwood Logan...

    FS have a baptism 1892 of Fred Lockwood Logan Carruthers, father Fred Lockwood Logan Carruthers, mother Ann Reddi Banks.
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    Hello there Yes it is a bit of a mystery but a...

    Hello there
    Yes it is a bit of a mystery but a few things don't add up for me. Although George Fotheringham Carruthers is not with his family in 1901, he does seem to go on to marry Isabella...
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    Have you checked the death record in Edinburgh of...

    Have you checked the death record in Edinburgh of Ursula McIntosh, other surname Johnston, died 1932 age 57? Ref 685/1 90 Haymarket RD from Scotland's people

    Also if you look in the free search of...
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    Have you been able to check military records? ...

    Have you been able to check military records?
    Australian royalty website has George's record and reports from Trove that there were 15 pensioned non commissioned officers and soldiers of the Royal...
  10. Thread: Rolph

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    https://www.british-genealogy.com/threads/64607-lo...

    https://www.british-genealogy.com/threads/64607-looking-for-info-on-joseph-rolph-of-peckha
    Thought this rang some bells. There are several old threads about this family. This is one.
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    Googling RAF A R Minney brought this. From a...

    Googling RAF A R Minney brought this.

    From a query on website www.

    rafcommands.com concerning another crew member.
    The accident was to a 10 OTU Whitley V BD376 on a training flight. T/O 21.35...
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    If you google fret work king and country photo...

    If you google
    fret work king and country photo frame
    it will bring you to an auction from 2015 from The Saleroom with an image not unlike yours. It has a photo of a soldier in the middle circle...
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    😁😁We all do it!

    😁😁We all do it!
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    From the London Gazette of May 30 1820. ...

    From the London Gazette of May 30 1820.
    Bankrupts
    T Gill , Little Tower Street London, hydrometer maker.
    Joseph Long possibly took over this business.
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    The free search on uk census online has a 40 year...

    The free search on uk census online has a 40 year old Joseph Long, instrument maker in London , born outside of London. I can't see the details. Can't seem to pick him up on any other sites so far...
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    Hi Lesley In 1851 there are a family of Longs in...

    Hi Lesley
    In 1851 there are a family of Longs in Little Tower Street including James Long b 1803 philosophical instrument maker and son Arthur hydrometer maker. Guessing they are relatives.
    HO 107...
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    Excuse typo. Should be Michael McCarthy and...

    Excuse typo. Should be Michael McCarthy and Bilhah Pierce for the 1899 marriage.
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    A John McCarthy and Bilhah Pierce are on the same...

    A John McCarthy and Bilhah Pierce are on the same page for marriages 1899, Liverpool, Mar Q. Perhaps George Pierce had died by then.
    The certificate should give Michael's father's name.
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    There also seems to be a William Onions who...

    There also seems to be a William Onions who married a Harriet Langton in Birmingham in 1854. And FS have a George S Onions b 1862 Springfield Mass d 1864, parents William Onions and Harriet Langton. ...
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    Also a burial of a William Onyans in 1914. ...

    Also a burial of a William Onyans in 1914.

    This William supposedly born 8 November 1833, Birmingham England.

    If the William who was married to Harriet was also the William with Mary A in 1880...
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    Find a grave has a burial of Addie Onyans, Armory...

    Find a grave has a burial of Addie Onyans, Armory Hill Cemetery , Herkimer , 1902
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    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9...

    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9YBC-WY9

    Could this be the family in 1880?
    William Onyans with a new wife Mary A, but with sons William L b England and Isaac T b Mass.
    Living...
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    Definitely well spent! :smile5:

    Definitely well spent! :smile5:
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    [QUOTE=grisel;655035] But if he is then he...

    But if he is then he would be in Paisley prison at census time.
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    There's also this onefrom 1864, but probably a...

    There's also this onefrom 1864, but probably a different John Mclaughlin altogether.
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