Just in case you haven't seen it:
Over the next five days in a five-day extravaganza, Britain will watch enthralled as Richard III is laid to rest :D
Here is a link giving details: (I hope it works!!!)...
Being primarily a sedentary hobby, researchers should make the effort to maintain their well being.
So I have taken the liberty of providing a simple, but effective, short course of exercise which I recommend members use. [In moderation of course]
I have a copy of H.O. 107/21344for Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire.
Number 77 lists the family of Joseph Alvey.
Elizabeth is listed as a daughter aged 9 BUT i can't make out what it says in the occupation column.
Any suggestions ?
I'm looking in 1891 for the parents/families of:
Samuel ALVEY b.reg Dec 1/4 Hackney LDN
Ethel Jane ALVEY b.reg Sec 1/4 1886 Maylebone MDX
I believe the families at least knew each other if not directly related.
Samuel may have been known as Samuel Herman or Samuel Harman...
For your Christmas enjoyment [perhaps -according to your nationality] I submit the following video.
It is in four parts - Part one should load with the link below.
The remaining parts you can link to after each episode.
It does contain some good...
The British Penny
EU Directive No. 456179
In order to meet the conditions for joining the Single European currency, all citizens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland must be made aware that the phrase 'Spending a Penny' is not to be used after 31st December 2013 ...
During a visit to my doctor, I asked him, "How do you determine whether or not an older person should be put in an old age home?"
"Well," he said, "we fill up a bathtub, then we offer a teaspoon, a teacup and a bucket to the person to empty the bathtub."
"Oh, I understand," I said. "A normal...
I have a record of a Peter ALVEY who was in Jail 1790 - 1792 along with a Barrow Jackson
I have also found several letters from the mayor etc. pleading for their release.
The question - was he (Peter) released or transported ?
From time to time I do a random search on my surname.
Today via a marriage link I came up with this:
I do recommend following the links on this site. See bottom of page.
(my link found a woman who parachuted into france as a radio operator during WWII - she survived...
This is quite an extensive plotting of the bombs dropped throughout the blitz.
(It doesn't cover those after June 1941)
It is zoomable and covers quite a wide area. (e.g. Staines in the west)
Looking in some areas it is a wonder that anyone survived...
Looking at the 1901 census and searching for the family of:
Alfred PERRIN - born around 1890 - 1895 (a guess from marriage date) in the London area.
I found several families - concentrating on KENSINGTON and HACKNEY
One entry has me intrigued:
Albert PERRIN in HOUSEHOLD 268 - birth year 1893...
According to the Anc.com index there is an entry:
The Baby Perrin born about 1911 residing in Newbury, Berkshire
I think he may be Frederick Charles Perrin registered JUN 1/4 1910
I would be grateful if anyone could provide me with the list for the household where the baby was.
I just found this site:
You guys may well know of it already, but as it is free, albeit just the indexes, I found it very useful.
Hope it helps - just click on the respective tab at the top of the page.
On the 9th July 1827 Sarah MARSHALL married Joseph ALVEY at GEDLING NTT
Sarah was a minor and the daughter of Joseph MARSHALL (I have a copy of the licence confirming this) so should have been born prior to 1806.
I am trying to find the birth/christening of Sarah and if possible the marriage...
I am looking for the GREEN family who I believe were in Camberwell St. Giles, Surrey.
My paternal grandmother Sophia GREEN, (birth registered JUN 1865 1d 523 in Camberwell), who married Samuel Harman ALVEY in 1889.
I believe I found her in the 1871 Census living in London. She would have been...