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Yes, genealogy does come with a health warning: "If you are not prepared to discover uncomfortable truths about your ancestors ... choose another hobby."

Exactly, I had to have a serious word with a relation who was highly educated about what I found out about an aunt, he was very upset and sad, my words were " if we are going to do this we have to accept it all, it is history and we cannot change things", it is true, we cannot change what happened years ago

Louisa Maud

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The Common Room / Re: Find My Past Subscription
« on: Today at 08:38 »
I clicked on the
 https://www.ancestry.co.uk/cs/offers/subscribe?dna=crossAct
and looked on there, it gives Ancestry prices

I am not knocking Ancestry or Find My Past as I subscribe to both

Louisa Maud

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The Common Room / Re: Find My Past Subscription
« on: Yesterday at 23:25 »
Reply NO 3 unless I have got confused, not too difficult sometimes

Louisa Maud

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The Common Room / Re: Find My Past Subscription
« on: Yesterday at 15:25 »

January 2019 - discount codes - although they do say you dont need them to get the discount.

https://discountcode.dailymail.co.uk/find-my-past

Do you not fancy ancestry - 12 months worldwide subscription for 89-99 - or UK Premium 59-99 still works as far as we know

https://www.ancestry.co.uk/cs/offers/subscribe?dna=crossAct

Sandra


This offer only applies if you have sought DNA,  if not then this offer does not refer to anyone else

Louisa Maud

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London and Middlesex / Re: Ward of court, Chancery, 1898
« on: Tuesday 15 January 19 12:05 GMT (UK)  »
Hopefully her mother gave permission even though it was a few days after, perhaps she couldn't hope with a young girl badgering her, there was no reason that she "had" to marry

Thank  you Stanmapstone

Louisa Maud

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London and Middlesex / Ward of court, Chancery, 1898
« on: Tuesday 15 January 19 10:30 GMT (UK)  »
I have a young girl aged 17 in 1898, against her banns is a note from her  mother that forbids the marriage as she is only 17 and is " a ward of chancery", 2 days or so later this young girl married in  a register office

Has anyone any ideas where I might find any info in Chancery please

Louisa Maud

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The Common Room / Re: Mary Elizabeth Inman
« on: Wednesday 09 January 19 16:04 GMT (UK)  »
Was Mary Elizabeth's father Thomas?

Louisa Maud

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The Common Room / Re: Mary Elizabeth Inman
« on: Wednesday 09 January 19 09:13 GMT (UK)  »
Have you gone forward to the 1939

Have you got her date of birth?

Louisa Maud

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London and Middlesex / Re: MICHAEL HARRIS, TAILOR
« on: Wednesday 09 January 19 08:36 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you all very much for your help, I am going collate all of this and make a bit more sense of it now that I have more information, BUT I am wondering if there are 2 Michael Harris both Tailors

Happy Hunting

Louisa Maud

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