Has anyone had problems with the Gov.uk will service as I now cannot connect with their support system.
In the past I have had very good results from the service - very fast but on this will the system says the will is ready to download but when I try to access all I get is a message to contact...
Family Tree Maker is to get a new upgrade later this summer to issue 2019.
They are offering a 50% discount to pre-order so £29.95 with a 1 year free 'Tree Vault Services' which I think means they keep a copy of your tree.
I keep mine on Ancestry anyway so not so sure about the Tree Vault idea...
Just what can you believe on a certificate! o_O
On John Rowson's marriage certificate for 1885 he has his father Thomas Rowson down as Musician, on all the census I have found his father was a lamplighter. :confused:
So I was beginning to think I had the wrong family(as you would) - so today I...
How to make searching just that bit harder!:cry:
Looking for births and marriages for O'Sullivan or Sullivan there just is no consistency:confused:
Any search takes several goes and then I'm not sure is I have missed something!! - Still a bit easier than Smith:unsure:
I have found a bit of a conundrum with a 1911 census return in that the family have reported that they had had 6 children and 3 had died.
Looking at the image I could see the names of 3 children (all born after 1901) but I remembered that they had had a child listed on the 1901 census!
I have in my tree the Sewell family who had 10 children from 1836 to 1855 but official records only have the last 3.
The other seven all have baptism records - so I assume that officially recording births was not always carried out:confused:
I am beginning to think that I am a bit odd in that I search for offspring to family's after the 1911 census! But just lately I have found several links in Ancestry trees that stop at the 1911 census.
This makes for heavy going when my link is the one missingo_O
Now that you are able to get...
I was looking for the price of houses in the 1890's and a note came up :-
The handwritten ledgers, detailing the rateable value and often the price of every property, have been available at the Public Record Office in west London for some time. But now they have been put online by...
Just checking over old census for 1841 and for the first time noticed that 3rd GGF was living at the address 2nd GGF lived at all his life.
So he must have moved in with the wife's parents.
I really must pay more attention! :2fun:
I might be nit picking with this but if I do a search for a married couple in Family Trees I would expect a search for each person would give the same number BUT (Ancestry) they are not :o
When I look at the trees both of the couple are there - so why are the number of trees different - have I...
Does anyone know what has happened to Rootsweb :mad:
Ancestry keeps offering links to http://obits.rootsweb.ancestry.com but all that comes up is a typical apology :2fun:
About time they got their act together :'(:2fun:
Up to now I have always found the DOB on the 1939 register to be very accurate BUT today I have one where the year is 5 years off :mad:.
This explains why I could never find it as I was putting the correct year in :rolleyes:
Thinking on this I suppose it would depend just who filled in the...
I have found a marriage that fits most of the information I have to but wondering just how much is enough :rolleyes:
Henry William Taylor Townsend was born 15 Oct 1855 to parents
Samuel Luke Townsend a surgeon and Louisa Taylor
Louisa died 1861 by committing suicide and Samuel died in 1866...
Trying to locate Samuel Luke Townsend b 1794 Westbury Wilts d 1866
wife Louisa Townsend b 1830 Bethnal Green
son Henry William Taylor Townsend b 1855 Bethnal Green
Found Samuel in 1851 in Bethnal Green a widower retired medical practioner
Just looked at a rellie on Antree and got a result for the 1939 register eek)
Not sure how long this has been possible but doing a search now :rolleyes:
link to 1939 register on Antree - they hid it well?