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    McDonald

    The William Nicol set sail from Ornsay. It is well documented as it was all organised by Rev John Dunmore Lang with the help of many others to try and encourage more protestants into Australia. I have been able to get several old newspaper articles about the William Nicol. An episode WDYTYA...
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    McDonald

    Thanks Dave... We have all hit the same brick wall. :( Most of the passengers on the William Nicol were from Isle of Skye, Invernesshire or Ross & Cromarty. I have been told that the Catholic church records around that time aren't the best and this maybe why I can't find anything. I was hoping...
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    McDonald

    Hi All, I am looking for information about Allan McDonald from Invernesshire. He and wife Ann and 7 children sailed from Isle of Skye in 1837 aboard "William Nicol" to Australia. His age given at the time was 35 so born c1802 but his death certificate indicates he was born c1790 and parents...
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    Beverley, Yorkshire

    Hi again, I know that most marriage records that old don't contain any extra info but if there is anything extra, such as witnesses I would love to know that as well. If it's not too much trouble a photo would be grand, thanks :D Cheers.
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    Beverley, Yorkshire

    Hi all, I was wondering if anyone could look at the actual marriage record on 12 Jul 1755 at Saint John And Saint Martin,​ Beverley,​ Yorkshire,​ England for Mary OWBRIDGE...I just want to get a handle on actual spelling of her and her spouse please. I have found the details on FamilySearch, but...
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    Thomas Lulham

    Geoff, just realised which tree you were talking about and I have been in and changed it...thanks for letting me know.....Barbararedf)
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    Thomas Lulham

    Hi Geoff, I just checked my tree and I do have Blyth, Northumberland as his birthplace....are you looking at the LULHAMS of Surrey Family Tree? The 1861 census is all I have to go on at the moment, hence my need for 1851 to see what it says.....otherwise, no other information about his place or...
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    Thomas Lulham

    Hi Geoff, They seemed to have been missed from 1851 census somehow. I did, a few years back, write and ask Ancestry if they were aware of any missing census records and did look on the National Archives site and apparently, no known missing records. I have looked at every 1851 KUT census...
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    Thomas Lulham

    Hi Geoff, Thanks for trying...it has been a nightmare for me tryng to find this family to help verify some information. The link you sent is actually my own tree information....so the best I can do is converse with myself.... Thanks again, much appreciated. Barbra
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    Free No More!

    The best we are offered over here in Oz is a 14 day Free Trial....How do you guys get 3 months???? I am jealous. One thing I can point out to you, though, Ancestry membership via the UK site is the cheapest available, even after we do the conversion, far cheaper than us to go on Oz site. US cost...
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    Free No More!

    The best we are offered over here in Oz is a 14 day Free Trial....How do you guys get 3 months???? I am jealous. One thing I can point out to you, though, Ancestry membership via the UK site is the cheapest available, even after we do the conversion, far cheaper than us to go on Oz site. US cost...
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    Accessing FHUK

    Hi all, I wasn't sure how to go about contacting Admin...I tried via another link but wasn't allowed to do that. I am writing this on behalf of another member who has been unable to access the site for several days now. He is receiving notifications of more postings to his threads, but cannot...
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    Decipher a Coroners' Inquest

    Hey Dave, Someone has suggested 'sweeps' (the long oars) for where he was sitting on the boat. Getting there, but would not have got this far without you.:D
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    Food not for thought

    Hi Gibbo, I don't eat gravy or make it, find it revolting, but my mum used to make gravy from the pan juices and I think that she would have added extra salt & pepper for flavour.
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    Reynolds/Duncan

    Hi Somerstown...pm your email address to me and I will send them to you, no worries at all :)
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    Decipher a Coroners' Inquest

    Dave Lambert, Thank you ever so much for deciphering the Inquest for me. I can't thank you enough. Job well done! :) :) :) :)
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    Decipher a Coroners' Inquest

    Thanks Leefer. There is so much out there available on this family. The afore mentioned Matthew was sent out here on the First Fleet in 1788...he would not have had any idea at the time, I think, of the impact he and his descendants would have in shaping and populating this wonderful country of...
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    Reynolds/Duncan

    oops...I meant Hi Somerstown...getting late at night over her in Oz...time for bed now.
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    Reynolds/Duncan

    Hi Dave, Not sure if this helps or confuses or has nothing to do with him at all, but I found a birth and christening for Arthur Bertie REYNOLDS, but it is in 1898 in Kentish Town. Then was able to find him in 1911 census living at 18 Dickinson Street, Kentish Town. The address on christening...
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    Reynolds/Duncan

    Hi Dave, It looks like dear old Agnes died 1999 at Chichester, Sussex: England & Wales, Death Index: 1916-2006 about Agnes Louise Reynolds Name: Agnes Louise Reynolds Birth Date: 18 Feb 1902 Date of Registration: Jan 1999 Age at Death: 96 Registration district: Chichester Inferred County...
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