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    Rachel Mary Bawtree

    Emeltee: Thanks rupert: Thanks for the images. Spot on. Peter-Gabriel: Edward I Bawtree in the 1851 census, I have as being born in 'Upper Canada'
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    Rachel Mary Bawtree

    Hi Peter, My gggm's sister married John Henry Bawtree, ggrandson of John & Mary, if this thread is of interest to you. Michelle
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    William Charles Hoaten

    Hi The below marriage is possibly the William Hoaten/Hooten that I am looking for. Mar Qtr 1907, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire William HOOTON and Elizabeth EVANS Married: Shelton St Mark Stoke on Trent. Any suggestions on who his parents were and where they were before and after the marriage...
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    William Charles Hoaten

    Hi I am really stumped with this man, have been hitting a brick wall with him for 4 years.http://www.forum.familyhistory.uk.com/images/icons/icon9.gif If anyone out there can help me I would be very grateful. This is what I know: William, born in Staines in 1876 or 1879, came to South Africa...
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    Seeking Ochberg Orphan Descendants

    David Solly Sandler of Australia is seeking 2,000 South Africans - descendants of 60 Russian Polish and Ukrainian war and pogrom orphans, known as Ochberg's Orphans. Today, half of the 2,000 descendants live around the world in Israel, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US. In 1921...
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    Cookson/Montaigne marriage

    This is the right family. Thanks for submitting the errors/corrections. Adelaide is still a bit elusive. The marriage date is correct.;) A very kind soul sent me the French document on this marriage. Thanks Michelle
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    Barkan/Copeland

    I presume Toby Bargan and Toby Barkan are one and the same. This is possibly Tilly Barkan. Solomon Copeland is probably Harris Barkan’s brother, who changed his surname to Copeland. Solomon and Fanny Copeland lived in Dublin, Ireland and later in Holyhead, Wales with their 4 sons: Lionel (born...
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    Barkan/Copeland

    Hi Julie This sounds correct. Apparently his sibling Solomon changed his surname to Copeland. This is/was common among Jews who wanted to 'Anglisize' their names. I am told that copeland could be Caplan. I wonder if he took his mother's surname and Anglisized that? so far I do not know what...
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    Barkan/Copeland

    Lear is probably Leah. Jacob, Tilly, Ethel, David, Ben and Rose all seem to be correct, so this looks like it is on the right track. Thanks
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    Barkan/Copeland

    Hi I am reseraching the following Barkan family. This branch were known by the surname Barkan, but their cousins were Copelands. They all lived in the Manchester/Salford area. Jacob Nathan Barkan (Yankel Nossen) born about 1890 - I think in Riga. Brothers: David, Benjamin and Jud. Benjamin was...
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    Barkan/Copeland

    Hi I am reseraching the following Barkan family. This branch were known by the surname Barkan, but their cousins were Copelands. They all lived in the Manchester/Salford area. Jacob Nathan Barkan (Yankel Nossen) born about 1890 - I think in Riga. Brothers: David, Benjamin and Jud. Benjamin was...
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    Cookson/Montaigne marriage

    Hi All I am looking for the marriage certificate of a Percy Charles Cookson (born 1872) and Adelaide de la Montaigne, married at the British embassy around 1894. They possibly got married later by his father Rev Osmond Cookson in Elmstead as well. There does not seem to be an online...
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    William Evans/Elizabeth Birchall

    Hi All Looking for info on William Hill Evans who married Elizabeth Birchall. they had a daughter and a son Samuel Edwin. Thanks Michelle Netanya
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    Alice Louisa Williams

    You know how to find information much quicker than I........:cool:
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    Charlotte Evans 1852/Welsh guards

    Looking for information on Charlotte Evans Baptised 1852 at Limerick Methodist (ME) The Methodist Church in Limerick was originally built in 1813. This was the place of worship for the Welsh Guards stationed nearby. I wonder if her father was in the Welsh guards. Any suggestions or input...
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