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Re: Clark Family

Postby kdeering75 » Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:03 am

Unfortunately it's all checkered the image when you look at the images using the viewer....but I suspect that could be him. There's a death registration for a James Deerning in Jul 1895 - Salford, Lancashire but that seems far.
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Re: Clark Family

Postby kdeering75 » Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:43 am

I'm rethinking something you mentioned previous:

This really is desperate stuff, but have you considered at all the James Deerning from Ireland (Longford), born circa 1844. Enlisted in the 4th Hussars in 1866. Says he was living in St Margarets, Middlesex, and indeed he enlisted in Westminster. Occupation Bricklayer. Is in Aldershot in the 1881 census, and was discharged from the Army the following year. May have died in Salford 1895? But if he was in England in 1891 then I can't see him in the census. He did sign his army papers as Deerning. There really don't seem to be many people called Deerning. Any chance he could have gone back to London, dropping the 'n' in his name for a while, before wandering off?


His father was a bricklayer. You looked at the record before on Findmypast. Can you look at the info there again. Maybe there's a father listed? The other thing I noticed before is there's a Patsy Deering, b 1838 Ireland and the profession is bricklayer. Coincidence? I'm starting to think in Genealogy there is none.
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Re: Clark Family

Postby ianbee » Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:20 pm

Hi
You should be able to see the James Deerning record on TNA's image viewer. You can also download the whole thing.
http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.u ... ViewerLink
Images 53 and 54, he is the fourth one down. Bricklayer. Says he was long sighted.

Unfortunately no next of kin on his record in WO97.
You could always check out James Deering deaths in Ireland.
Currently death certificates from 1891 can be viewed for free, they will eventually get back to 1864 (in case his father died after that date)
https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/ ... search.jsp
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Re: Clark Family

Postby kdeering75 » Wed Feb 01, 2017 5:19 pm

Yes I finally was able to see them. I don't know that he died in Ireland. I don't really know what happened to him. I wish I could figure out more than his father name being James Deering, Bricklayer.
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Re: Clark Family

Postby kdeering75 » Fri Mar 10, 2017 12:40 am

ianbee wrote:Hi
Perhaps Eliza might have been living under another name in 1861 -
Possibility -
piece 29 folio 46 page 13
Parish - Fulham
Salem Place
Eliza Duncombe Wife Married 28 Confectioner, born Hants Portsmouth
John Duncombe Son 6 Hants Anstey
Frederick Duncombe Son 1 Middlesex Fulham
Martha Rowall Visitor 12 Scholar Surrey Farnham


I figured out that Martha is his 1st cousin.

Still trying to find the death's of the brothers or marriages.

It's amazing how many Duncombes there are out there.
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Re: Clark Family

Postby LIZARD.1458 » Tue Feb 27, 2018 9:54 pm

Is there anyone still following this post? I think I may be related.
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Re: Clark Family

Postby kdeering75 » Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:02 pm

LIZARD.1458 wrote:Is there anyone still following this post? I think I may be related.


I just replied to your PM.
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Re: Clark Family

Postby kdeering75 » Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:05 pm

LIZARD.1458 wrote:Is there anyone still following this post? I think I may be related.


I replied via PM but still sitting in my Outbox. Do you happen to have FB? We can communicate via Messenger for quicker replies. Very interested.
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Re: Clark Family

Postby LIZARD.1458 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 4:58 pm

BRICKWALL SMASHED! Thanks to kdeering75.

We believe the elusive Duncombe twins, born Holybourne 1855, changed their names to Clark after 1871. John Henry Clark married Dinah King in Battersea in 1872 and James Arthur Clark married Dinah's sister, Sarah Jane King in 1874.
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