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Recent content by Dalcassian

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    Reeve /Cullen Paddington 1893

    Hi Elaine, OMG! What an amazing Christmas Present I've just had in your post! I am still trying to get my head around it. I uploaded my first post in August 2011 and that was the end of that. I never expected that after 5 years it would strike gold. You will be hearing more from me in the...
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    Please identify uniform.

    Hi again, Latest update! I've been looking at the main photo under a magnifying glass and have seen writing at the top right corner. Discovered that it is in reverse!!! Turned photo around and decyphered the name Burgess and a number that looks like 13021 or 19021. Could this uniform be Royal...
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    Please identify uniform.

    Hi, Here goes with the upload of the photos. Hope they can be seen now. Cheers Joe. :)
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    Please identify uniform.

    Hi, I have this 'foto card' taken at King's of 5 North Earl Street, Dublin which is just off O'Connell street. I do not know who the soldier and his wife are. The photo is in a collection from my mother's album. No name or date. Note that the man is wearing leggins or high boots! The cap badge...
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    Reeve /Cullen Paddington 1893

    Hi, This is my first post so please bear with me. I am trying to trace my Reeve / Cullen descendants in Paddington. My mother's Aunt Fanny Cullen married Charles Reeve in the Paddington Register Office in 1893. I have their marriage record. I have found them on the 1901 UK Census living at 36...
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    Greetings from Ireland

    Hi, My name is Joe and I've been researching my family history since the 1980's and have had more success since i started to search online. I'm having problens with my UK research and am hoping this forum comes up trumps on the Reeve, Burgess and Cullen branches in the UK. Cheers Joe