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    Robert & Sarah BIDDLE

    Hello anno48 Yes, I suppose you have the 1881 census transcript? It's the same one. She eventually died in 1938 in Cardiff...
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    Pattison brothers

    Hello all I am searching for information on a couple of brothers: William Andrew Pattison (b.1902) married Grace Elliott in 1925 Frederick Sidney Pattison (b.1905), went by the name of Sidney, married Muriel (last name unknown) They were born in Sunderland but the family had moved to the...
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    Grace AZE Barnstaple

    Hello Roger Great to read your message. Yes Grace was married to Samuel but I don't have any information about him other than his name, and that he was a mason in 1857 when his daughter Sarah got married. Haven't seen him on any census...
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    Looking for inquest records

    thanks dochines, have emailed LMA and sending a family member to Colindale!
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    Looking for inquest records

    Hi all I don't know where to look for details of inquests. I have a death certificate which states the inquest was held Jun 6 1914 for: George Nicholas Witchalls aged 42 years Costermonger (street seller of fruit and vegetables, etc) Cause of death: Cerebral haemorrhage - PM Certificate...
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    Edward Herbert CHATTING c1870

    Cert arrived today. Herbert William James Chatting was born on 1 July, 1892 to Herbert Smith Chatting and Sarah Susan Horne. Parents were married 18 May, 1891. Herbert Smith Chatting was born to William Chatting and Mary Ann Cade, March Quarter, 1871, Romford 4a 150. Ducker/Duker/Dicker...
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    Place in Ireland?

    Thanks once more... Shame there is no electronic way to apply for certificates, hopefully in a couple of years I can do it that way or perhaps visit Ireland! J
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    Place in Ireland?

    Wow Leefer and Gortonboy, you two are good! Yes, I know about her mother Elizabeth Gray (born Griggs), even have a picture of her! Killybegs hey, good to know that. Gortonboy, is that an Irish record, and if so is there any way of getting certificates like GRO for England and Wales? Thanks, J
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    Place in Ireland?

    I'm looking for further information on a Florence Gray (later Emmett). She lived mainly in the Portsmouth area. In the 1881 census her birth is listed as "Vi...llybeys, Ireland" In the 1911 census her birth is listed as "Killings, Ireland" Googling the first one comes up with nothing, the...
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    flag on forum posts

    Maybe it's not in the system? :) Czech Republic...
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    flag on forum posts

    Hi all :) Looks like my country flag isn't displaying. Is it just me, or can others not see it either? Thanks for any help :cool:
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    Season's Greetings

    Merry Christmas everyone - hope you'll be able to share it with family!
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    Edward Herbert CHATTING c1870

    Thanks very much julie and dave. cert on order!
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    Edward Herbert CHATTING c1870

    Thanks for this dave I looked for a Herbert with William Chatting as head on the 1881 and found them in Barking... Herbert listed as Herbert W born circa 1872. Three siblings and two parents. Mother is Mary A. I have two marriage certificates. On the first, 1911, Herbert William James (born...
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    Edward Herbert CHATTING c1870

    Thanks a lot Julie!!! The plot thickens!
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