I have always been stumped with William, my Gt Gt Grandfather. I cannot find his birth, nor his parents Initially I thought I had found his parents and included them on my tree on A. I later doubted this and removed them, but someone had already copied the info, and now they are on all the...
Can anyone help me find Nellie Somerville pre her marriage in 1888 and as Nellie Mann after 1891
also her father James Somerville, publican
she married Herbert Mann 60 boatman, in 1888
her mother was Sarah Lee nee Mann b1842
she was born in 1870 at Edinburgh according to the 1891 census...
I am trying to find info about a George Pickard born c1889 for a friend
I know his father was George, he married a Lydia Harrison in Hunslet Leeds in 1916 and was killed in July 1917 in France
army no 306730 and 7089
His records are on...
George Pickard was born 1888/1890. He married Lydia Harrison in Hunslet Leeds on 27/1/1916 aged 26 (1890) and was a Soldier. His father was George, a highway foreman,
On the transcribed C0mmonwealth graves site he was born 1888 and died 31/7/1917
can anyone expand this info with regard to...
It was the first day of the census and all through the land each pollster was ready, a black book in hand.
He mounted his horse for a long dusty ride, his books and his quills were tucked by his side.
She gave him some water as they sat at the table and she answered his questions, the...
Scottish Valuation Rolls (VRs) for 1875 are now available on the ScotlandsPeople website. For the first time, the index is Free to Search and can be browsed free of charge until the 31st December 2014.
I need some help please
I am looking for the birth and parents of William Thompson,
I have very limited info
What I know is he married in Mar qtr 1935 in Leeds North to Mary Elizabeth Boagey and I think had siblings Bertha, Ruth and Ada.
at some time the family lived at Pogson Cottage, Coal...
John Bell S.A.C S1941686 born Derby 1945. Does anyone know where records are kept? He served in the RAF for many years, may still be alive and I thought perhaps on a pension. If so would they have an address and 2ndly would they divulge it.
I found this on the net
It was the first day of census and all through the land
each pollster was ready, a black book in hand.
He mounted his horse for a long dusty ride,
his books and his quills were tucked close by his side.
A long dusty ride down a road barely there,