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Re: Missing birth

Postby oscar64 » Sat Jul 09, 2016 9:44 am

Ah blimey thanks. But this means she was married at some point so I guess I could look for a marriage record somewhere? Thanks for your help


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Re: Missing birth

Postby pete25 » Mon Jul 11, 2016 9:11 am

Just for anyone who didn't know...I didn't know until I started researching my family history.
There is a 'Bradford' in Manchester, which is close to where Manchester City Football Stadium stands. This place is now widely known as 'Beswick'.
A few of my ancestors were born in and around Bradford, Manchester.
Also, the ones who moved away and completed the 1911 census they obviously wrote 'Bradford, Lancashire'. I then noticed the numerator changed Lancashire to 'Yorkshire'.
Just thought I'd point this out.

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Pete.


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Re: Missing birth

Postby oscar64 » Sat May 13, 2017 12:12 pm

Ah thanks I will have a look for Bradford in Manchester too. I looked for a George who had the job of wool comber but no luck as yet. I am determined to find out who George was and where he came from!


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