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    benny1982 replied to the thread Gaining Names?.
    My ancestor was Thomas John Roberts. Only his baptism and death cert note his full names. He never used his middle name on his 2...
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    benny1982 liked emeltee's post in the thread Fmp.
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    benny1982 replied to the thread A newbie on here.
    A warm welcome to the forums Janice. Lovely to have another keen family historian on board.
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    benny1982 replied to the thread Benjamin Bradley.
    Age is given as 40. As we know ages can be out, and if they are given a round figure, this does raise slight suspicion in my book that...
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    benny1982 replied to the thread Benjamin Bradley.
    I think I found a baptism in 1812 or 1813 for Hannah so this 1809 pre dates that, does look promsiing. If he was Samuel benjamin...
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    benny1982 replied to the thread Benjamin Bradley.
    An 1809 a settlement examination of Aintree in Wigan has a Samuel Benjamin Bradley and Eliz his wife, and Ann, William, Thomas and Mary...
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    benny1982 replied to the thread Benjamin Bradley.
    If you ahve not yet looked at the original marriage, Ancestry says they were both of Liverpool, married by banns, 30 Sep 1798. Witnesses...
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    Apparently in China in 2000, a colossal 92 million people have the surname Wang. Chinese for King. Slightly similar sounding words then...
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    benny1982 replied to the thread Elusive Deaths?.
    Unknown man found drowned. Died in the street on a job (coachman, carman etc) far away from where they lived and were unidentified...
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    Yes, another conundrum but 2 likely marriages. Long story but here goes. My ancestors were Thomas Johnson and Sarah. They were in...
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    Can't quite make out the other witness at his marriage.......... Andrew Carney/Fanney.?? Steve.:)
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    benny1982 replied to the thread James Smith and new leads..
    Andrew Carney. I did some digging and he was a gold size maker. He is on the 1841 census in London, born in county. He married in 1842...
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    benny1982 replied to the thread James Smith and new leads..
    Does seem odd. It did say Y as in born in county, then the Y was crossed out to make way for an M. Seems James said he was born in...
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    James Smith was buried, 4th Mar 1849. of Broadwaters Yard, Queen St. (@ St Peter le Bailey), aged 49. So a birth year around...
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    Remember a while back I was struggling to find info on the origin of James Smith born c1792-died 1849, a tin plate worker of Oxford...
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