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by jonwarrn
01 Apr 2021, 15:46
Forum: Genealogy chat
Topic: Ancestry marriages
Replies: 16
Views: 278

Re: Ancestry marriages

Also baptized at Bradenham in 1784 Sarah Hawes/Haws Henry Lacey Charles Lloyd All indexed twice each at Bradenham on the BBI. And all indexed as baptized at Bradenham on England, Select Births and Christenings. From MF 952859. No entries say West Wycombe. Only for Moses Ashby! MF 952859 is Bradenham...
by jonwarrn
01 Apr 2021, 15:28
Forum: Genealogy chat
Topic: Ancestry marriages
Replies: 16
Views: 278

Re: Ancestry marriages

It's curious that the Buckinghamshire Baptism Index on fmp also has a baptism of Moses Ashby in 1784 at both Bradenham and West Wycombe. With mum's name being spelt Anne at Bradenham, and Ann at West Wycombe. They have two entries for Bradenham, perhaps one is from a BT. Is there any more info in th...
by jonwarrn
24 Mar 2021, 16:26
Forum: Genealogy chat
Topic: Online GRO Indexes Queries Raised
Replies: 15
Views: 365

Re: Online GRO Indexes Queries Raised

jonwarrn wrote:
24 Mar 2021, 15:02
Any sign of John Gifford!
I think there is, in 1851 and 1861, living in Great Shelford.
Age 8 in 1851, born Shelford. Parents William and Mary.
Age 19 in 1861, born Balsham, father William is widowed.
by jonwarrn
24 Mar 2021, 15:02
Forum: Genealogy chat
Topic: Online GRO Indexes Queries Raised
Replies: 15
Views: 365

Re: Online GRO Indexes Queries Raised

Possible baptism of John at Balsham, Cambridgeshire, 8 May 1842 Mother Mary Wright, Spinster, abode Balsham. No father named. The BT is on FamilySearch https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G96N-H93L-C There are a good few mistranscriptions in the new birth index, so that's one possible r...
by jonwarrn
26 Feb 2021, 16:20
Forum: General research queries
Topic: Thomas Eli Green - missing baptism
Replies: 4
Views: 281

Re: Thomas Eli Green - missing baptism

We did mention before that double baptism of William and Elizabeth in Camden Town in 1887. Who were aged 10+ years, possibly the only ones then still living at home. So it doesn't look as if Daniel and Ann were baptizing their children in the C of E previously. As you have said, there are several po...
by jonwarrn
26 Feb 2021, 15:18
Forum: General research queries
Topic: Thomas Eli Green - missing baptism
Replies: 4
Views: 281

Re: Thomas Eli Green - missing baptism

Hi Can't see any baptisms, sorry. Thomas Eli Green died in Pancras, Dec qtr 1866, Pancras, age 4. There's a burial indexed on deceased online, Thomas E A Green, 29 November 1866, Camden (what does the stand A for?) That will be at St Pancras Cemetery in Finchley. Looking at a burial register from th...
by jonwarrn
21 Feb 2021, 13:33
Forum: General research queries
Topic: James Trimble (1807 – 1867) Ancestors Brick Wall
Replies: 3
Views: 315

Re: James Trimble (1807 – 1867) Ancestors Brick Wall

There are certainly a couple of death announcements for James Trimble, 20 January 1867, at his residence, 112, Conway Street, Belfast, aged sixty years. When irishgenealogy.ie complete their death records back to 1864 we can all take a look at the cert for free. Age on death also given as 60. Which ...
by jonwarrn
20 Feb 2021, 20:09
Forum: General research queries
Topic: Edward Jopling/Jobling 1828-1892
Replies: 12
Views: 609

Re: Edward Jopling/Jobling 1828-1892

Good luck with your enquiries!
Jon
by jonwarrn
20 Feb 2021, 12:43
Forum: General research queries
Topic: Edward Jopling/Jobling 1828-1892
Replies: 12
Views: 609

Re: Edward Jopling/Jobling 1828-1892

Are there any patient records of the infirmary in Newcastle?
by jonwarrn
20 Feb 2021, 12:40
Forum: General research queries
Topic: Thomas Ward marriage
Replies: 24
Views: 2386

Re: Thomas Ward marriage

Another quote
"She married an English war veteran called Joe Morris, her first husband, called Ward, having passed away."

Then logically she would have married Joseph Morris as Ward. Whereas the indexes say Byrne.

Have you got the will of Joseph Morris? Only £1.50!