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Europe / Re: Sweden to England, 1946 Valdis Valdeman Krilovs
« on: Thursday 17 January 19 18:35 GMT (UK)  »
I was wondering about your DNA matches
What results do you get when you put in location matches ?

I.m also researching Latvian relatives .
If the tree owners know the town of their ancestors origins it could help you with some of your guesses.

I have now traced american descendants of great great grandfather ....sometimes they know exact birth town of their ancestors sometimmes admin district Riga often they have Russia not Latvia as country of origin and 2 had  grandparents place of birth as england because thsts what was on immigration record tho actually they were born in Courland Latvia.

If you can identify potential latvian.great grandparents and their siblings from other peoples trees maybe you will be able to work out who Alexander Krylov was and where he went If he was an army deserter that would be a good reason to hide identity .Good luck ...dont give up things turn up uexpectedly ....
Ps have either of your parents had dna tests ....i found results from.my mothets dna which did not show up in mine .

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Hello Jessica

..that makes us 2nd cousins once removed I think.

Ive made contact with some of the other Macdermid cousin descendants via DNA links on Ancestry .

My father and his sister were nearly shipped to USA to stay with an aunt in WW2 but as their father was at sea when emigration documents had to be signed by him they ended up staying in UK .


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The Lighter Side / Re: New program starting Monday 3rd Dec - My Family Secrets Revealed
« on: Thursday 13 December 18 05:14 GMT (UK)  »
 :)
Ps if you want to listen to bbc radio bristol history story its on playback adam crowthers show just after 7pm on 3rd 4tht 6th 7th dec on the friday he interviews a descendant of missing baby then at 8.30pm. He interviewd me.. 

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The Lighter Side / Re: New program starting Monday 3rd Dec - My Family Secrets Revealed
« on: Thursday 13 December 18 04:40 GMT (UK)  »
I  have finally seen an episode on sisters tv ...i enjoyed it .

Think it will bring new people to genealogy and dna testing .tho a bit contrived and repetative at times .i was tired when.i watched it but look forward to other episodes

Im glad my family story isnt on there the radio is a great media and we can do it in episodes .

I had to ring bbc radio Bristol in vdefence of 1907 criminals Lottie R and Leo S ...because they had kept the sensationalism of newspapers at time and not included hostorical context as the original programmer on bbc shropshire had .

Thats another thing the story always continues but will the TV show present follow ups ..further relatives ...etc

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Census and Resource Discussion / Re: Sister is named as "friend" in 1881 census?
« on: Thursday 06 December 18 08:58 GMT (UK)  »
Are you sure he'ad of house is not on page before
and they are all friends

Or Peter was a friend before he married the sister so that relationship is the most obvious to him.


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London and Middlesex / Re: Lookup for illegitemate childs father or any link at all
« on: Thursday 06 December 18 08:26 GMT (UK)  »
When I grow up ...60 in Feb
I will officially  be A time travel detective

Tho business wi be small

I love that there are Pinker tons in this story ..famous American  detextiles

Went to a meeting for creative self employed business people and found someone who  will help  me produce website in error change for me proof reading g theither publicity etc ....I know on here it looks as if I'm dyslexia I  but
It's visual. .fat fingers typing blind ans small window on mobile

I wanTed to share good  easy with you ...if you can listen ton radio Bristol history program  it's the one I collaborated of  to solve missing babies
With BBC Shropshire  at last episode of 5 daily they interviewed me
And now that b   bristol is run ingredients the series they will interview me Fri eve by phone. ...don't know what time put it will be on playback and I.ll ask a computer geek to post links

I can help oe explain by phone  better for some handy hints for birth father

Mum and I chose to pay cheshire records for 2 hours work to find affiliation order which had his full name address a d how much he had to pay for bastard chd til age 13

Pm me if you want phone chat ...or would like to become an official detective I  your speciality ..I'm not good at finding birth records but am great ato outside the box ideas
 
My present title is FEELGOOD Facilitator    and for Leicester community radio daytime 1449fm I am roving reporter and people finder ..coordinator a d job creator

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The Lighter Side / Re: New program starting Monday 3rd Dec - My Family Secrets Revealed
« on: Thursday 06 December 18 07:19 GMT (UK)  »
I wonder if this is the show that neayou I cluded the story of Lottie Roberts and Leo Selwyn  ...I helped  richard tisdale history producerresearch  for BBC radio shropshire  because our research coincided looking for Lottie in 1901

TV decided not to use that story

BUT radio Bristol has taken up the story ...it's a really great listen a d there was a blog ? With account. Any ideas g pics and  viewers comments


Can anyone find out what time bbc radio Bristol  history  program is orifice it's 5 episodes on  a general show ...and what frequency to tune in 

I agreed via RT to be interviewed on phone Fri eve ...presumably at end of last program  live

So now I.have to find all myour notes ...there is a thread on hear 
With leo selwyn  handcuff King who could be great grand father but unlikely.
Age mismatch and newspaper photo doesn't matter how the 1 we have on  his WW1 registration docuz

If you do listen please remain open minded and reme5newspapers have always liked eye grabbing words

My aunt was really pleased to. Think her gran  could have been  an actress or theatre dressmaker like the great aunts
Assistant to a Houdini. Welsh version ....musical era 1900

And believes she was a  ...social    ....helping g sine mums a d barely couples


Sorry if typos ..using mobile a d visual not good to check
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Scotland / Re: Children born out of wedlock
« on: Wednesday 05 December 18 06:30 GMT (UK)  »
You have to find births of infants that mayou have died young too.sometimes a child dies and a later child is given same forename so the children will not appear in order 3rd boyear named after father 3rd girl after her mother but does anyone know trad conventions after that ...I think it does involve great grandparents .If a man remarried his first daughter would be named after new wife's mother. ..but what about the other children .My MacD families often had 12 children so I get to see patterns but also have several cousins in each generation with same names and uncles younger than their nephews etc .when my grandfather was born his eldest brother already had 2 sons
My gp aren't sure broke swith tradition in 1930 and named my father after a man (who had been important in grand dads life but not sure how ....they always joked he was named after milkman but DNA has confirmed I have same blood as the 1850 Macds)It might have been after a naval officeyr who helped financially or had saved his life

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London and Middlesex / Re: Lookup for illegitemate childs father or any link at all
« on: Tuesday 04 December 18 00:09 GMT (UK)  »
Dna will tell you straight away if you have a foreign grand father my mums DNA wa 24% European jewish ...so near quarter what you would expect and I have 11% and 51% Scots from my father

I do hope you solve it .

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