• All members must be aware of our current Family History UK Community Rules

    Please read the following:

    Read the current rules of the forum

    Thank you

    If you are a business -please contact us to advertise or be a sponsor on our FHUK Community Genealogy forums

Search results

  1. M

    Family Records Centre

    Hi Again I have read and heard a lot about the Family Records Centre in London and also somewher in Que (?) Gardens. Firstly what's the difference, is one better than the other? Secondly when you go to one of them, how do they work? Once you found a record can you get a copy of the...
  2. M

    Death Records

    Hi Julie Wow that quick! Thank you much for your help! That does look like a very good match, i will only know for sure though when i order the certificate i guess. I can't do that until pay day though! I'll let you know what it says. Thanks again Mark
  3. M

    Death Records

    Hi Julie Yes it's the 1901 cenus (it alwasy is when you want to see the next one!), however it does say she's a widow. His name is Joseph Rogers Born in Hatfield Herts, but lived in St Pancras (Civil parish of St Pancras). His DOB is around 1847. He's married to Emma Rogers. I can see him...
  4. M

    Death Records

    Hi Julie Thanks for the list - very good, I will be sure to use those. The thing I am really stuck on though, is how to find out roughly what year to look in etc. I have somebody, for example, that appears on one cencus, but then not on the next one, his wife is now the head. I am...
  5. M

    Death Records

    Hi Guys Hello to you all! Quite new to the family history game, been doing it on and off for about a year now. I have managed to get quite far, and quite a large tree. However (you knew that was coming didn't you!), I have lots of birth dates on there, a few wedding dates, but no death...