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RE: Ancestors in the news

Postby keldon » Sat Nov 03, 2007 9:06 pm

Jeeps,

Yes indeed, they are shareholders or partners in the bank. At the top of the page where it says "Go to page" Click on page 1. Then Go.
You will then see this heading:
"INLAND REVENUE, SOMERSET HOUSE.
COPY of BANKERS' RETURNS, made in pursuance of the Act 7th and 8th
Victoria, cap. 32.
NAME OF FIRM.
NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK OF ENGLAND.
Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists."

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RE: Ancestors in the news

Postby Jeeps » Sat Nov 03, 2007 9:23 pm

Phil, thank you. That is most interesting. :)
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RE: Ancestors in the news

Postby speedy » Thu Mar 20, 2008 7:40 pm

[align=left][size="3"][font="times new roman"]I was told of a murder in my family, but info was rather scratchy, so I contacted the local history centre for that area, and they had actually produced a book with the help of a local writer, I was shown a centre copy, and found the murder, it gave the date and the mans name, from there I was able to see the inquest details in the paper, and I then went on to order the death certs for the poor wife and little girls.

So as you can see, even with out the names and death dates, some times your local history centre can be most usefull, I found the staff at the Walsall one do go that extra mile to help. :)
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