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    Lets have fun

    Hi all, Google give some more info on KNOCK KNOBBLER.........Now, of all meanings, which meaning is the original? Regards.
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    Lets have fun

    Izabel, Thanks for the info. I will make a plan and visit LDS in Centurion. Seems like the right thing to do. Thanks to Julie and Duckweed I have other ideas to follow as well. Nice going on your line. I started with my grandfather and with the help of several people, I can trace my own line to...
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    Lets have fun

    Hi Izabel and others....yes a lot of us in SA have roots in UK but with the help from friends at least we are not as lost as we would be without this forums. Even in SA's own archives, we get lost very often and the local forums are very usefull. Good luck with the "doings" to everyone, whatever...
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    Hi Julie, Thanks and yes I will. I'm still trying to match what I have to other sources to see if I can get a better confidence level for what I do have. Thanks again for all your feedback and assistance, much appreciated. Regards.
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    Tyson

    Duckweed, Very, very interesting. I had a look at the meeting house and it might be worth a visit. Perhaps the people kept some records. I see you are fairly certain about your links. Very nice and I hope you find a link somehow. I have also gathered some more Tyson data but still have to...
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    Julie, Close..with Mary...........but brother William is about 17 years to young for Florence McBride. Father William, born Corney(my 1881 census), married to Frances (your 1891 census), is currently unlinked in my Tyson tree. But I have another William, born Bootle about 1833, married to a...
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    Look like a useful site. I will register thanks. Regards.:)
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    Julie, Thanks for still trying. I need to have some confidence in my info before I can apply for certificates as it is very expensive from here. Your 7 pound sterling is equal to 102 rand in my currency. My 1891 census indicate William born Bootle <1883> & Frances but without a Mary. Only 4...
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    :biggrin: July, I have a very strong suspicion that this M A Tyson is the same one as Maryann Tyson you fond in 1891 census and is the same one that married Thomas Halton in 1904. I also think she is the one that was with Butcher family in 1901 census. On my timeline, she is the only one that...
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    I don't know how you do that but it is incredible......must be this one. I'll try and see who her family was. Thanks.
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    Tyson

    Will check the birthdates....... And it is possible as in my case, it is with my marriage, the third time that du Plessis and Kloppers are connected since 1687. Could you speak to Jake about the Tysons he might have on file? Regards.
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    Tyson

    Thanks Duckweed, Very nice, and with Loreena McKennitt's "An Ancient Muse" playing in the CD, it was as if I was really there. I created some timelines of the family and, either I miss a generation or one of the two Mary A's did have children when she was close to 50. Regards.
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    July, I could not find the family in 1891 where Mary A is supposed to be about 5, as if their household was missed during census. Thanks & regards.
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    July, Thanks very much, I was really hoping she was still with her own family. Pretty devided family. I'm pretty sure this is the correct Mary, born 1886. I will get a Marriage certificate, but I'm afraid it will have blank info where father's info should be, but I will have to run the risk. Regards
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    New member

    Thanks Dave..... Great assistance so far and should have joined long ago.... Keep up the good work. Regards.
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    Julie, Thanks very much..........it is a calculated decision: Mary A " " 1886 Derby, Derbyshire I'm holding both thumbs.......... Much appreciated. Regards.
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    Tyson

    Duckweed, I suspect none of the two as they would be 47 and 55 when my mother was born in 1929, or 49 and 57 when James was born, or even older with the birth of their brother George. But nothing is impossible, and I will keep them on file just in case. Regards.
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    Mary Ann Tyson

    Hi all, Is there someone that can look in the 1901 census for Mary Ann 's family. She must have been between 15 or 17. She married Thomas Halton in Ulverston during 1904 and they emigrated to South Africa after that. There are probably 2 families in which Mary Ann was a daughter. I'm not sure...
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    Tyson

    Duckweed, You mentioned earlier that "I found a Florence McBride in Manchester in 1901 census." Could you see her age and/or household? Saw Ann's Cottage......blue plaque? meaning National Heritage? Regards.
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    Tyson

    Duckweed, Do you perhaps have access to 1901 cencus? I would love to see the households of Thomas Halton and two of Tyson. In BMD records I think I found the marriage and the two births of two possible M A Tyson's. Regards.
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