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    Henry Rigley Birth - Please Help!

    Hi Jayne, I too, have been unable to find a marriage for Henry Adolphus Rigley and Mary Ann Starlng, but Henry did marry Emilia Perry. Henry Adophus Rigley and Mary Ann Starling had 4 children: Mary Ann Zoe (1844), Henry Adolphus (c1847), Maria Sophia (c1853) and Frances (22nd april 1857) - my...
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    Re: Bailey surname Hi Dawnlouise, I stumbled across your post whilst browsing and don`t know if you have had any luck with your search, but I found this entry for a birth: Jilleen E Bailey Mother's Maiden Surname: Taylor Date of Registration: Apr May Jun 1937 Registration district...
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    Henry Rigley Birth - Please Help!

    Hi, The 1851 census gives his place of birth as London, but I can`t find anything to confirm this. Karen.
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    Henry Rigley Birth - Please Help!

    I wonder if anyone can help me please? My GGG Grandfather Henry Adolphus RIGLEY was born c1800, but I don`t know where! He was a solicitor in London up to his death in 1857 in Shoreditch. He married Emilia PERRY in May 1839 in Lambeth, Surrey, and on his marriage certificate, his father`s name...
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    Thomas Bilbe

    Hi Ed, Found this on Ancestry: 1861 England Census Name: Thomas Bilbe Age: 27 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1834 Relation: Head Gender: Male Where born: Kent, England Civil Parish: Rotherhithe Ecclesiastical parish: St Mary County/Island: Surrey Country: England Registration...
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    Hello everyone, greetings from sunny Grimsby!

    Hi everyone, I just joined today and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Karen, I am 48 years old and I live in Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire with my husband Dave. We have 5 children, 2 grandsons and a grandaughter due any day now. I have been researching my family names for about 6 years...
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