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  1. K

    A very elusive marriage lookup please :)

    Hi Moggie, no, unfortunately i am unable to travel to the parish records so i cant find out any other information other than what i can gather on Ancestry and other sites available. :'(
  2. K

    A very elusive marriage lookup please :)

    Hi there Dave, Yes that is the same James i have. He moved to London with his son. I dont have any information for James prior to the 1861 census though... :'(
  3. K

    A very elusive marriage lookup please :)

    Hi ben, no i havent been able to trace sarah that far back, i can only be certain of the sarah i have on the 1861 and 1871 census records as she is with James and the children match.
  4. K

    A very elusive marriage lookup please :)

    Hi Gibbo, thank you for the reply!! I have looked at the link you posted, the first sarah, born in Milson i have come across before and believe she wasnt the same sarah i was looking for. The second one however, i will have to look into! I havent seen her or her parents anywhere before. I do...
  5. K

    A very elusive marriage lookup please :)

    Hi there, I am hoping that someone would be able to help me with a very difficult problem i have between: Sarah Bridgwater (spelling of surname can be varied) born abt 1832 in Shropshire James Smith born 1835 Rochdale, Lancashire, England. I shall start by apologising profusely about the...
  6. K

    Evening All

    Lol Hi P.risboy! Unfortunately, even though i have the degree... im not able to do anything with archaeology unless there are some really decently paid jobs around the s****horpe area! :( I would however, love to go digging up some rellies! and see what skeletons there are in our closets...
  7. K

    Evening All

    Thank you all for the welcomes!! Hi Gedcom My Mawbys start with William Mawby born abt.1777 He was married to Mary Hopkins in 1799. They had 6 children that i know of, Anne 1800, Elizabeth 1803, William 1805, Thomas 1808, Joseph 1813-1884, and George 1821. Joseph is the direct ancestor, he...
  8. K

    Evening All

    Hi everyone, Just a little introduction about me. Im Katrina, also known as Kat. Im from north lincolnshire/East Yorkshire. Took a degree in archaeology, but ended up working in a supermarket! The majority of my ancestors are from Northampton and Northumberland. Ive been researching my...
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