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    In 30 years of tracing my own family history...

    In 30 years of tracing my own family history blood sweat and tears of frustration. I spend a bit of time on my husbands family and I get back to 1800 in a few months and then after a break and...
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    Thank you so much good idea I wish I had asked my...

    Thank you so much good idea I wish I had asked my parents to write down exactly where they did there training etc for the waf and raf still now I have got to pay for information.
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    Thank you Lesley I think its the lady daughters...

    Thank you Lesley I think its the lady daughters who has suggested we have a chat with her getting background will be wonderful ie was she born and bred in the area etc. I would be interested in what...
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    Interviewing elderly people

    Hi I have offered to interview/chat to a 101 year old lady and record her memories for the local history society now I have interviewed young and old as a civil servant but really this is new to me. ...
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    Local History sites & Facebook

    I hope I may be allowed to explain what happened this week. I decided to join on Facebook a local history society and posted an enquiry regarding a family name I was interested in within 4 hours...
  6. Feasey Long Crendon Bucks Studley & Redditch

    Hi I am just starting my husbands family history for the above surname would love to hear from anyone with connections to the above fabulous local histories for Studley and Redditch. Sadly nothing...
  7. Monyhull Hospital kings Norton Birmingham

    I am trying to find who would hold the patient records for the above hospital which closed some years ago. A relative of my husbands lived there and died there I know that it would have come under...
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    Hi All Thank you so much for all your replies...

    Hi All

    Thank you so much for all your replies I have now emailed Nottingham Council enquiries to see if there is a detailed grave map as my husband and I are retired we can plan a trip. Will keep...
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    Hi Pam My 2x gt grandmother died 1900 she is...

    Hi Pam

    My 2x gt grandmother died 1900 she is buried with her father,mother and brother I have grave row etc apparently Nottingham Archives have a map how detailed this is I don't know. I may try...
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    Hallo I have checked this and there isn't...

    Hallo I have checked this and there isn't anything. Thank you so much
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    Thank You so much have read conflicting reports...

    Thank You so much have read conflicting reports re burial ground records papers going missing will have a look at the Notts FHS
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    Visiting Nottingham General cemetery

    I have paid and printed for a burial map for the above for my 2x gt grandma she was buried in a Non conformist section so presume there will be no head stones especially as they didn't have a lot of...
  13. Thread: Bigamy twice!

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    Hallo Thank you for the above absolutely wonder...

    Hallo
    Thank you for the above absolutely wonder what a naughty man and poor Jane. Also those poor ladies who married him in good faith they must have felt so ashamed and embarrassed and angry!!
    I...
  14. Thread: Bigamy twice!

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    Hi Thank you for the help what is it with this...

    Hi Thank you for the help what is it with this gentleman poor Jane she must have been watching him like a hawk. Now wouldn't you think this was a marriage made in hell. Roll on to the 1950/60s as a...
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    Bigamy twice!

    I have a relative by marriage George Henry Eastgate born 1875 Lincolnshire who was convicted in 1917 and sent to goal for 4 months at Winson Green Birmingham for bigamy unfortunate lady was Edith...
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    Thank to you all for your replies just trying to...

    Thank to you all for your replies just trying to unpick the family again a difficult one another Whitbread connection this person is a relative by marriage and just find her life fascinating and so...
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    St Martins in the Field Westminster London

    I am trying to find an original copy of the above parish for a baptism for Anne Hutchinson born 29/11/1841 bapt 13/71845 I want the address the family lived at and if there is an occupation for...
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    Hi Do you have any suspicion about your...

    Hi Do you have any suspicion about your grandmother ie illegitimate. I had a very similar problem with my grandma in London a search in 1964 showed no certificate for Annie Whitbread father Thomas...
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    So pleased my brother has offered to pay for one...

    So pleased my brother has offered to pay for one lot of service record so will be sending off for mom and dads records soon. I can just hear my mom saying fancy wasting your money when we could have...
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    I am a midlander a brummie but I think we have so...

    I am a midlander a brummie but I think we have so many different people who have moved from all over the country to the midlands from Scottish, Irish Liverpool its amazing people move for work etc. ...
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    I have just checked and the birth certificate for...

    I have just checked and the birth certificate for walter in 1873 mothers maiden name Hutchinson so this could be the child Annie Whitbread spoke about certificates will reveal all. So sad he died 18...
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    It is I am glad that although we were always told...

    It is I am glad that although we were always told Thomas Whitbread was my grandmas father we are now quite sure he was only her uncle Annie was a sister in law and it makes me so sad to think that...
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    Hi Christina there is a Hutchinson connection but...

    Hi Christina there is a Hutchinson connection but am unsure if this connects but looks very intriguing Annie Whitbread nee Hutchinson died in Bexley asylum in 1913 she had been there for many years I...
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    Well I will go to the foot of our stairs

    I have just been browsing around messing about ancestry and came across a burial for a Walter Thomas Whitbread died in 1875 age 1 I noted the address was Gloucester Terrace Kew Oh thought I, that...
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    Hi thanks for this I luckily have a copy of a...

    Hi thanks for this I luckily have a copy of a street directly for London so will try this. I could if necessary go to Worcester archives and use FMP free to search which isn't too far away always...
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