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Has anyone researched Catholic baptisms successfully? If so how & where do you find them. I've not been successful at Warwick Records Office & they have suggested contacting the RC Cathedral (in Birmingham).
I was wondering if anyone had researched Catholic baptisms anywhere & if so where I could look for baptisms c1827.
Any help will be valuable.
I have two Clack families in my tree one is that of my X6 great grandmother Ann Clack who was born in 1772 in Brize Norton, Oxfordshire. Her parents were Samuel Clack and Sarah Pearse Miles, Samuel died in 1813 in Brize Norton. Samuel and Sarah had 5 children between 1772 and 1788 in Brize Norton, I’m trying to trace Samuels origins but as of yet can’t.
The other Clack connection is my X7 ...
My grandfather Fred Lowe attested in July 1908 into the 18th Hussars. He was stationed at Delhi Barracks, Tidworth, Hampshire, for the 1911 census and stationed in 1912 at Scarborough, North Yorkshire for his marriage to Annie Stellings.
In 1911 there was a transport workers strike which led to serious disturbances in Liverpool. On 15th August rioters attacked prison vans being escorted by a unit of the 18th Hussars, 2 were shot dead and 3 ...
On my ‘Charles Henry Evans Bowhay’ (1901 – 1971) birth certificate it has his dads name ‘Charles Frederick Brooking Bowhay’.
When I search for the birth of Charles Frederick Brooking Bowhay (1867? could be wrong – 1951) it never comes up with the ‘Brooking’ part of his name.
I am trying to get the details to send off for the birth certificate, can anyone help please, thank you.
Another member of my family.
Can someone let me know if this Is this the ‘Home Guard’ uniform? Thank you.
I'm trying to confirm a baptism for Thomas Bennett on 7 Apr 1773 at Studley, Warwickshire.
The records for this period seem to be missing at Warwick Records Office but I've got this date from somewhere & can't remember where.
he could be s/o a Thomas Bennett??
Can anyone help please?
I was checking a birth reference today online at the GRO.
In the Results section at the end of the record after the child’s name, mmn and the GRO reference was written “Occasional Copy: A”
Has anyone come across this before? Does anyone know what it means please?
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Having another crack at my Mabbott brick wall and am hoping that someone can help.
My 3x great grandmother was Sarah Mabbott. Her place of birth is listed as Boston, Lincolnshire on the 51, 61 & 71 census. Her date of birth is listed consistently on all 3 census as 1830/31. I have never found a baptism record for her or for any siblings in the area.
I have found a Sarah Mabbott in the ...
Can anyone help as to why a bride has two different surnames for the same marriage please. The groom is the same, place and date exactly the same, but two entries with the same reference number for both surnames. One is her maiden name, but I do not know the other one at all. Thank you .
As people know David was on WDYTYA some time ago and there is very interesting programme he did for the BBC yesterday on the Holocaust deniers (it is on the BBC I-Player), it does have some strong language and distressing images. In one document from the Ministry of Information (INF 1/251) at The National Archives (TNA) David read that the view from Government was that the Jewish people were not innocent or that the British ...
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