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    Quite possibly. Interestingly there is a...

    Quite possibly.

    Interestingly there is a baptism on 31 Mar 1816 at Finchingfield Independent Chapel, Essex, of a Jemima Clayton d/o Samuel & Martha, and the baptism was performed by someone called...
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    I should have mentioned that the LMA record I...

    I should have mentioned that the LMA record I referenced was 27 Sep 1760

    Searching Google for "John Matlock" Pastor, bought up references to him being pastor of an Independent Meeting House in New...
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    This is interesting, as the LMA has this record:...

    This is interesting, as the LMA has this record:
    Certificate for Registration of an Independent Meeting House: St Olave, Southwark

    For meeting house in the possession of Mr John Matlock, pastor,...
  4. Thread: Deserter WW1

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    Unfortunately the only information online is the...

    Unfortunately the only information online is the index.

    According to this article, there is a lot of information on these licences (there is a click-through were you can see some examples):...
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    Possibly a red herring, but there is a marriage...

    Possibly a red herring, but there is a marriage licence reference in Manhattan in 1928:

    Henry A Aiken & Irene L Dronin (possibly Drouin), Licence No. 12532, 31 May 1928
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    Yes, but the second marriage would have been...

    Yes, but the second marriage would have been bigamous. It happened twice in my family and in both cases the bigamous couple took off abroad - one couple to Canada and the other to America. This...
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    Scrap that, her death certificate says her...

    Scrap that, her death certificate says her husband was James McIntyre & she was born in Dorset.
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    A vague possibility for Elizabeth, in Ontario in...

    A vague possibility for Elizabeth, in Ontario in 1901:

    Elizabeth McIntyre widow, born England 15 Jun 1840, immigrated 1864.
    Mabel McIntyre daughter born Ontario 23 Aug 1880
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    I’m not so sure about William Skinner having...

    I’m not so sure about William Skinner having died, especially as Elizabeth describes herself as a spinster when she marries for the 2nd time.

    The marriage to William Skinner gives his occupation...
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    Her birth? JONES, ELIZABETH mmn SHERRATT ...

    Her birth?

    JONES, ELIZABETH mmn SHERRATT
    GRO Reference: 1838 J Quarter in STEPNEY Volume 02 Page 370
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    I don't know if the same applies to FMP, but on...

    I don't know if the same applies to FMP, but on Ancestry the Police Gazette coverage skips from 1902 to 1921
  12. Thread: Margaret Bates

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    You may already know this, but Barnardo's 'Ups &...

    You may already know this, but Barnardo's 'Ups & Downs' magazine for July 1916, Issue 3 Volume 19 page 54 under 'Our Girls' includes Bertha & Lucy Bates.

    In the same issue, page 60, under 'Girls...
  13. Thread: Margaret Bates

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    I see from the 1910-1914 Creed Register (image...

    I see from the 1910-1914 Creed Register (image 19) Jessie came back to Hampstead in 1911, and her address was given as St Lawrence's Home, Exeter

    If you go to the website Hidden Lives Revealed and...
  14. Thread: Margaret Bates

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    I did look through those but couldn't see one for...

    I did look through those but couldn't see one for Margaret - at least not from Hampstead
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    In 1891 he's at 14 James Street, Lambeth - RG12...

    In 1891 he's at 14 James Street, Lambeth - RG12 Piece 392 Folio 81 Page 8

    He's transcribed on FmP as George S Colhn Yourell !!!

    ADDED: He's on the electoral roll there in 1892 as well - 1 room,...
  16. Thread: Margaret Bates

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    No, I dont think the Hampstead address was a...

    No, I dont think the Hampstead address was a workhouse.

    A family named Burford was living at Norway House, 35 High Street, Hampstead from at least 1881.

    'Mrs Burford' was Elizabeth Burford...
  17. Thread: Margaret Bates

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    Ive just tried those 'links' I previously...

    Ive just tried those 'links' I previously provided and they arent working now for some reason, so here's how to find them:

    Record Set: London, England, Poor Law and Board of Guardian Records,...
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    This may be information that you already have,...

    This may be information that you already have, but Thomas Henry's address was given as Garrick St, South Shields when he was charged with running away. There is an article in the Hampstead &...
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    If you search for her on Familysearch (and...

    If you search for her on Familysearch (and elsewhere) as Joan Arpin you should find the record you're looking for. Parents Jonathan & Sara
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    Frederick James Williams of 47 Kenmare Road died...

    Frederick James Williams of 47 Kenmare Road died in 1927 and left a will. If all else fails it may be worth obtaining a copy to see if Gladys is mentioned.

    I looked up Kenmare Road on the 1939...
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    Another possibility could be this birth: ...

    Another possibility could be this birth:

    BENTLEY, DORIS MAY mmn BORASTON
    GRO Reference: 1907 S Quarter in BRIDGNORTH Volume 06A Page 567

    I cant see any other Bentley/Boraston births, nor a...
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    Anyone born in 1865 is unlikely to have served in...

    Anyone born in 1865 is unlikely to have served in WW1 unless perhaps he was already an active soldier, but I see that in 1911 Albert was a Haulier in a Colliery.

    Someone by that name did serve,...
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    You might also find this interesting reading...

    You might also find this interesting reading (direct link removed, but if you put it in your browser bar it should take you straight there)
    ...
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    Hi again I’ve managed to view the rolls...

    Hi again

    I’ve managed to view the rolls online.

    Go to the National Archives website, and click ‘Search the Catalog’
    In the box type WO100/231
    Click on the link to the right of the page....
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    Hi again Janet I've never viewed the medal...

    Hi again Janet

    I've never viewed the medal rolls for the Boer Wars so I really can't say what information is on them, but generally speaking I wouldn't expect there to be much in the way of...
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