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death of Harriet Butler

I'm looking for a death of Harriet Butler b 9 Aug 1866. Her husband Charles died in 1940 aged 72 in Nuneaton. Her 'maiden' name was Payne from a marriage in 1907 to James Payne in Coventry RD as Harriet Hough; James died 1919 then Harriet married Charles Butler in 1930. Family think Harriet may have been married before the marriage to James & was a Pullen.
Any info on this would be greatfully received.
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death Frederick Payne

I'm searching for the death of Frederick Payne b 1884 in Nuneaton. His wife Edith died in 1942 & Fred was a benificiary in her will. They lived in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
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Help in tracing a birth & on census returns

I am hoping someone can help me establish the parents of a Mary Barker, nee Hancock, who, according to the family bible, was born in Cutthorpe, Chesterfield on 14/2/1869 & died on 31/7/1916. She was married to Hadfield Barker on 15/4/1900 in Dronfield with father shown as George Hancock deceased, farm labourer.
Her birth does not appear to be registered, the birth of a Mary Hancock in Bakewell in 1869 being to a Joseph Hancock. ...
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Looking for Ron and Phyllis Turner

I am having trouble looking for some of my ancestors. Their names are or were Ronald R Turner born 1927 and Phyllis M Turner. They are my great aunt and uncle. I found them living in Maldon Essex on find my past up until 2012. But they have disappeared after that. I have contacted Maldon cemeteries and they have not found them. I have looked at barking cemetery were they were born and have not ...
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Series 12 & 14 on DVD

I have series 1 to 11 of the UK version. I have just purchased series 13 & 15. Does anyone know what happened to Series 12 & 14 on DVD.
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herbert leonard smith

I am looking for any information on a herbert leonard smith. According to family hear say his surname may have changed by himself or his father down the line somewhere. the imformation i have is:

occupation: post 1937 lorry driver, was in italy ww2.
married: elsie may clark 2nd aug 1937 - beverley father: joe smith the black smith
remarried: lilly
child:june p smith 1939

i cant seem to find any imformation about him before ...
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It isn't always the fault of Ancestry or FMP...

So I'm trying to find out about the wife of a distant relative of mine - one Edith Roya (or Roza). She appears to depart Liverpool 1904, bound for NYC as the wife of NM Roya, a labourer. She arrives in NYC as the wife of Nagurdo M??? Roya, an Indian born Professor of Philosophy! (The 2 children are the same, so it's not an odd coincidence). :lol: ...
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Harold John Clark 1st Cambs

According to the Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919 dataset on Ancestry, Harold John Clark of the 1st Cambs was killed in action in Flanders on 26 Sep 1917. I found his medal card but I can't find him anywhere on the CWGC site or on astreetnearyou.org. Is it common that a soldier killed in action on the Western Front is not on any memorial and apparently has no war grave?
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Regiment needed Coleraine 1800s

Roderick Kane

Can't find any details of service in Army at National Archives without knowing Regiment.

His daughter Ann (also known as Nancy or Annie) Kane's marriage certificate (Killowen CoI) 12/1/1870 listed her father as Rodger Kane 'Soldier' and mother as Agnes Hemphill.

Nancyc claimed Poor Relief in Glasgow in 1877 and her father was listed as 'Roderick Kean Pensioner deceased'.

Her death certificate (reported by her husband) in 1919 in Glasgow records her father ...
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John GOLLOP

John GOLLOP married Elizabeth Jane EVELEIGH on 23 May 1858 at Lambeth. He was a bachelor and a coach trimmer. He named his father as John GOLLOP, a plasterer. in the 1861, 1871 and 1881 censuses, he gives his birthplace as Honiton, Devon. His age in these three censuses is consistent and suggests a birth in 1837.

Gollop seems to be a fairly popular`name in Devon. There is a baptism of a John Gollop in ...
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