I was wondering if anyone can spot this chappie in the 1841 census
James Woodward born, Thurlaston, Leicestershire 1823.
He marries Eliza Robinson @ St. Margarets church in Leicester 1845, his father George Woodward, Butcher.
this was taken from the paish register of St. Margarets at...
Does anyone use them? or find them helpful?
I have been looking through some online, but find them very hit and miss to find what I am searching for, does anyone have any pointers or easier ways to search it?
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Can anyone else find Isabella on the 1881 census, I have looked and looked and cant see her..
Isabella Lowe born 1855 Aston, Warwickshire,
William H. Lowe born 1851 Sheffield, Yorks.
I have them both on the 1891 census, would like to find on the 1881 to see if they had any children, (they...
I have in my tree a predicament....
Richard Robertson/Robinson marries Sarah Watchorn in 1818 in Melton Mowbray, he a widow (and a Miller) she a spinster they have children together, and he dies in 1840 :rolleyes: (Sarah subequently dies in 1860) I have certs for both deaths. His children (4...
To have lived in?
I think even though it would have been dangerous to have been there I think it would be the tudor era OR 1912 on the RMS Titanic
Both topics as well as Egypt do have a special place in my heart.
Now I must say if you havent seen these they are very interesting..
I blundered amongst them whilst at Leicester Records Office, but what a goldmine of info...
Usually any bapt gives something like this:
Mary daughter of John & Jane Bell, Ringington, Ag Lab, W.G.Walker Vicar.
Following on from Daves thread,
if you had chance to be part of a 'Cemetery of friends' or wanted to get a ball rolling, A) would you get involved? B) how would you look at getting volunteers?? and maintaining interest?
I know that some London cemeteries (Highgate) actually have a friend...
I don't like him very much as an actor, but this episode did suprise me and I found myself warming to him..
does anyone else have a favorite one??
I think, over all this series, so far that Patsy Kensit has probably been the best one for me upto yet!
But I am looking forward to...
this is the ref for the 1851 cens
Class: HO107; Piece: 1688; Folio: 259; Page: 34; GSU roll: 193596.
Estimated Birth Year:abt 1843
Where born:Abingdon, Berkshire, England
Civil Parish:Abingdon St Helen...