From 1 July 1837 all births, marriages and deaths were registered locally and the registers have been retained by the local register office ever since.
Every quarter each register office submitted copies of all births, marriages and deaths registered during the preceding three months to the...
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Searching for copies of a will
Depending on how recent the will is, most major libraries and repositories will have copies or fiche of the probate records which give...
Ireland was still under English rule during the First World War so travel between the countries was considered internal travel. This is all quite complicated , but the Irish Republic was declared on 21st January 1919 and replaced by the Irish Free State on 6th December 1922 which was...
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Re-registration of births
In some circumstances a...
All that part of Scotland ward comprising the western side of Scotland Rd from Wellington St north to Burlington St, Ellenborough St, Maddox St, passages and courts from Scotland Rd to Norris St and the eastern side of Norris St.
It maybe Noris St...can't be sure
Politicians are always talking about something or other:) Just to make my last message a bit clearer...Looking at the returns from 1945. 2005 was the second lowest turnout, the lowest being 59.45% in 2001. I think I made it look like 1945 being a low turnout when it was in fact 72.8%.
I am not sure if you have the marriage details... here is a possible from Cheshire BMD
GRAY John L CUTTER Elizabeth Claughton, Christ Church registers at Wirral BK11/1/85
Please note: Oxton, St. Saviour (C of E). Founded 1851 as the parish church for Oxton and part of Claughton cum...
If you post a few more details about Edward, someone, assuming that you haven't already done this, might find him on the 1881 Census. He will show up as single or married...unless you are now going to tell us he was overseas in 1881 :biggrin: .
At the time in question volunteer soldiers were not regular soldiers. They were something more akin to what was to become the Territorial Army.
I think that the enumerator has created a term i.e Special Inmate to differentiate them from the regular soldiers. These "Special Inmates" were...
I have not really followed this thread, but I had a quick scan at the posts. It has been mentioned that the name White was tied in as per Ancestry ( I have not checked this). However there is a baptism for Abraham WHITE at Gt Bardfield 19th April 1840 on FamilySearch which gives the name of the...