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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi Ellie Thanks for the new additions to Findmypast, have already looked but nothing there. Phil
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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi Gortonboy I take that this is the Parish Baptism for Henry Hardwicke Tunbridge? I cannot read it as it is so faint. Is this obtainable through any of the Genealogy Websites? Many thanks again, but just wish I could read it. Phil
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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi Gortonboy Thanks for the above information which I do have. Have ordered the 1851 Muster Roll & Pay sheet and are awaiting on the National Archives at present. Something that you maybe able to help me with also. When each battalion is assigned to an overseas post, do they take a copy of...
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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi Ellie The above entry for Henry Hardwicke Tunbridge's birth and baptism, I'm interesting in obtaining a copy of the Parish Registery Entry. I do have the actual Military Cert which states that info but it's always nice to be able to see the actual entry also. What you state, is that record...
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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi Ellie There wasn't a will for John Tunbridge, but I do have his Administration Papers which clearly state when first presented that the Lawyer knew where they both were in 1861. But when presented again, because the small amount of money that there was, hadn't been collected in 1868, the...
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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi Ellie This is my 3 x Great Grandmother's THIRD marriage. All of her marriages occurred within the Military. I have both the Military Marriage Cert and also the Parish Register Entry for this. Now oddly enough, having looked for something like 15 years we at present still cannot locate...
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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi Ellie Many thanks again for the above. I do have this record as a Military Birth Certificate, but as yet haven't found a copy of the original Parish entry. Henry Hardwicke Tunbridge was one of the sons, actually born at sea just before their ship arrived in India. His full Military Record...
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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi Ellie Many thanks again for the above information. There was actually a documented history done on the 43rd Regiment in 1868, of which I have a reprinted copy. It covers the period from 1739 - 1867. Phil
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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi Ellie Thanks very much for your findings. I do have the St Mary's Register with the entry on John Tunbridge's death and where he is buried. Phil
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    John Tunbridge, No:1561, 43rd Regiment of Foot

    Hi I'm hoping that someone just maybe able to help me with some research I'm doing in regards to a John Tunbridge, my 3 x Great Grandmother's second husband. While I do have some records and information on him it is rather spare. The main reason will be that he did die at Fort St George...
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    Surrey Yeomanry - James A Robertson

    Hi Ellie I also have the above on his as well, many thanks Phil
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    Surrey Yeomanry - James A Robertson

    Hi I also have his Medal Card as mentioned above. Many thanks Phil
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    Surrey Yeomanry - James A Robertson

    Hi I'm in possession of the above file from the archives and his medical application for the ASC says that he was a Sergeant Major/Major in the Surrey Yeomanry. It covers from the period mentioned but no mention of his joining date with the Surrey Yeomanry. Many thanks Phil
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    Surrey Yeomanry - James A Robertson

    Hi I'm hoping that someone maybe able to help me with the following: I'm currently researching James Anthony Robertson born in June 23rd, 1873 in Edinburgh, Scotland. There is a mention on his application for appointment to a commission in the Territorial Force (Army Form E 536) that he was...
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    Regimental Burial Records

    Hi Brian Thanks for your reply. The 52nd Regiment went from Barbados in 1842 arriving in Canada at the beginning of June 1842. Think that the Battalion was split in three, so they were well distributed around Canada. My thoughts have been all along that there should be some sort of burial...
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    Regimental Burial Records

    Hi I hope that someone maybe able to help with the following: My 3 x Great Grandfather Pte Edmund (Edmond) Townsend, Reg 564, of the 52nd Regiment of Foot was relocated from Barbados in 1842 to Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Shortly after arriving he died (16th June 1842). I cannot find...
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    Military Regimental Births, Marriages & Deaths

    Hi Brian This particular soldier (distant ancestor) was in the 52nd Regiment of Foot (which later became the 43rd Regiment of Foot). Three of his sons were also in the 43rd Regiment of Foot, one of those being my Great Grandfather. My initial inquiry concerned his marriage (of which I have the...
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    Military Regimental Births, Marriages & Deaths

    Hi Steve The examples I have are that two marriages are certified by Military Certificates but the actual marriages were preformed in a church, where there is a church record. I have always looked at it as if the event was a Military Certificate then the event took place within the military...
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    Military Regimental Births, Marriages & Deaths

    Hi, I'm wondering if anyone can help with this. In the Military Foot Regiments where were the soldiers children baptized, where were the Soldiers married and where were the death ceremonies preformed. Why I ask is that I have a number of ancestors who were involved with the Foot Regiments...
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