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    James REID 60th Royal American Regiment

    Hi Ellie7 and thanks for your posts. The CROWEL side of this family were from Norfolk, England and settled in Massachusetts in the 1600's. By the mid 1700's the branch i am following was in Nova Scotia. I should have explained that better. I'm really not sure if James REID was born Nova...
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    James REID 60th Royal American Regiment

    Thanks Dave, I should say that i have checked out a James REID b.1775 Avondale, weaver, who served as a Private, May 1794 to Sept 1818 in the K.O. Dragoons and he is not the James REID i am looking for............Sashar
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    James REID 60th Royal American Regiment

    Hi, I'm not really sure where to start but I am looking for information on a James REID who, according to his wife Sarah's death record, was a Shoemaker and also in the 60th Royal American Regiment. Sarah, was Sarah CROWEL/CROWELL/CROAL born 1775 Nova Scotia to William and Mary CROWELL nee...
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    Charles Edward MILLER b1890 Willerby Yorkshire

    So even if there are only grandchildren, great grandchildren & gr gr grandchildren alive, the records can't be displayed?
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    Charles Edward MILLER b1890 Willerby Yorkshire

    That seems to explain things, thanks for your help. In that case it seems we are lucky to have the record of Charles's brother William. Appreciate your reply......
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    Charles Edward MILLER b1890 Willerby Yorkshire

    Hi, I'm looking for some help locating a WW1 record for the above man. He is on the 1911 Census as an Asylum Attendant at Willerby Yorkshire. Charles marries in 1913 to Harriet HANSON and they have 2 children b. 1913 & 1914. Another child later in 1920. In WW1 1916 Charles brother Wm...
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    COWIE family in SA

    and this would be a Harriet COWIE who m. BRUCE http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/bruce-sir-wallace-5402 Sashar :)
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    COWIE family in SA

    If you google Ruth KERR nee COWIE there is an Ancestry tree with a photo of Ruth and Andrew. Also says Andrew died 1930 and Ruth 1929 but can't find that in Sth Aust. Sashar
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    COWIE family in SA

    Here is a link to Henry's obituary in 1881 - 3 surviving daughters, 2 sons. Wife and 1 unmarried daughter in UK at the time of his death. http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/43159695?searchTerm=gomelza%20cowie&searchLimits= Hope I've done that right :rolleyes: Otherwise, SA Register...
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    COWIE family in SA

    This could be Ruth? 13.8.1858 in the SA Advertiser BIRTHS. On the 11th inst., at Norwood, the wife of Mr. Henry Cowie, of a daughter. Sashar :)
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    COWIE family in SA

    Here is an article from TROVE on the death of Henry, 11.5.1881 Sydney Herald:- "Mr. Henry Cowie, manager of the Commercial Marine Insurance Company, was seized with an apoplectic fit at the directors' meeting to-day, and died shortly afterwards". also ...............Henry's wife Ruth died 1882...
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    COWIE family in SA

    Here is the death registration Dave:- Given Names: Henry COWIE Date: 1881-05-10 Age: 66y Status: N Relative: (not recorded) Residence: Semaphore Death Place: Semaphore District Code: PtA Symbol: Book: 111 Page: 64 Cross Reference: I had a quick look for the births you requested but couldn't...
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    HOLEHOUSE Wm. and Emma

    Thanks Dave, That does seem promising especially when Emma married West Derby in 1867. Any other Knott's with Warwick as their birthplace? Just wondering? Sashar :)
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    HOLEHOUSE Wm. and Emma

    Thanks Julie, I'm more interested in the earlier years when William was with Emma but appreciate your time trying to find him. Elusive lot. As Dave has searched for Emma three years ea side of 1881 without success, it looks like she's remained anonymous or maybe went o/s for a period. Would...
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    HOLEHOUSE Wm. and Emma

    Well that's interesting as Cooper seems to be the main occupation in the Knott family. John's elder brother Henry M Knott was a Cooper as well as their father. Of course :) John's brother Henry is also missing off the 1861 Census but I have asked for extensive research on him before and...
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    HOLEHOUSE Wm. and Emma

    Hi Julie, Interesting as I think Dave may have come up with that possible death date on another thread I posted on the Knotts. It seems pretty likely that is her doesn't it. Maybe as the younger 2 children were 10 and 13 around 1854, they may have gone to be with Mary Ann's side of the family...
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    HOLEHOUSE Wm. and Emma

    Was that 1861 or 1881 Dave? I was after 1861 - just checking :)
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    HOLEHOUSE Wm. and Emma

    Thankyou for Emma's death details. I have Emma in the 1851 Census with her parents and 2 brothers in Cleobury Mortimer Shropshire. In 1861 Emma's father is living with his new wife but the children aren't with him. I think this is Emma's brother John in the 1861 Census:- 1861 Census:- John M...
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    HOLEHOUSE Wm. and Emma

    Thankyou oznannie and julie, Unusual name so it's quite possibly "mangled" as you say. Julie - could you post Emma's death details please, :'( i haven't found that. Sashar :)
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    KNOTT Henry and Ann

    Thankyou Julie, Great find under KNOLL eek) Appreciate you finding the occupation - Cooper. Kind Regards, Sashar :)
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