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- 10 May 2021, 20:41
- Forum: General research queries
- Topic: Edward Owen and Family 1851
- Replies: 1
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I can't trace him on the 1851 Census, to be on the electoral roll at this time I think he would need to own property worth at least £10 a year, which meant most men didn't qualify.
The latest statement from Find My Past doesn't fill me with confidence, about releasing it in 'the early part of this year.' I know that The National Archives have talked about a secondary transcription being needed and FMP started the work after the award of the contract was delayed for an unknown ...
I had two brick walls to cope with (Henry Horatio Herbert Green and Julia Beman Green), apart from the 1881 census I had no information (I had no idea my great-grandfather had been married before) and then I was down at the Gloucestershire Archives on their father's side of the family and found a wi...
It may be that the person was not buried in the churchyard but in the church as one of my relatives are, probably underneath the pews. Places like St Austell in Cornwall have removed the gravestones to one side of what is now a park.
These words are nothing to do with TNA but were made at the time of probate I would suggest.
The LMA is going to reopen in May, although you can't use the computers. https://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/history-and-heritage/london-metropolitan-archives/visitor-information/opening-times-and-location?utm_source=mailchimp&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=lma-reopening&ct=t(lma-reopening-m...