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Hi,

Looks to me like:

Profess none?
Profess Wid (Widow)?

Having looked again, I believe that they both say 'Profess Wid' the second s of the first entry runs into the w of wid.


Looking again at "Dress maker", it could well be "ss" in the middle of the unknown word(s).

Crumbs. And I thought my handwriting was sloppy..!

It is indeed a double ss in the middle of the unknown words. Your also right in that the handwriting isn't the best, but then I can't talk, mine isn't the best either! :-X ;D

Hope this helps.

Kind regards

David

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Hi,

Looks to me like:

Profess none?
Profess Wid (Widow)?

Hope this helps.

Kind regards

David

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Hi Del & Imber,

Many thanks for your replies, very much appreciated.

Kind regards

David

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World War Two / Re: William John Lloyd, RAFVR, 909807 - What happened to him?
« on: Monday 08 October 18 23:01 BST (UK)  »
Hi Del,

Many thanks for the link, much appreciated.

Kind regards

David

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Hi,

Here is the entry listed in 3rd June 1918 Gazette: https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/30716/supplement/6472/data.pdf

Unfortunately not the citation though, just a listing of those awarded the MC.

Your man is in the left hand column, about a third of the way down.

Hope this helps.

Kind regards

David

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Lancashire / Re: St Peters Liverpool & St Nicholas Liverpool
« on: Sunday 07 October 18 22:55 BST (UK)  »
Hi Luke,

FreeReg has the marriage as follows:


Liverpool, St Peter, 2nd Aug 1769.

John Wakefield of Liverpool, Watch Case Maker
Catherine Briscoe Spinster of Liverpool

Witnesses:
Will Crook & Thos Vernon

Notes:
Banns read 2nd, 9th & 16th July. Bride made her mark.

Link to marriage here: https://www.freereg.org.uk/search_records/5817f94fe93790eb7ff47efd?search_id=5bba7f59f493fdbd0095e974&ucf=false

Hope this helps

Kind regards

David

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Hi Ian,

Many thanks for the links to the source books for the censuses, very much appreciated.

I agree with you that the Peder in all three places is definitely the same man.

My thanks again.

Kind regards

David

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Hi Ian,

Whoops, having now looked at the records themselves, I can see that the answers to my two questions are:

What is/are the source(s) for their movements to France & then the two Denmark moves please?

It would appear that the details are on the censuses & the police register.


A police register! Did he get into trouble?

If I am reading it correctly, not in any trouble but having to register with the authorities in this case the police when moving into and out of the area. Have I read it correctly?

In future, perhaps I should look at documents first before asking daft questions! ::) ;D My excuse is that I got excited at what you had posted & got ahead of myself & posted before actually looking at the documents! ;D

My grateful thanks again anyway.

Kind regards

David

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Hi Ian,

Wow, incredible! Many thanks indeed for all these records, absolutely brilliant!

What is/are the source(s) for their movements to France & then the two Denmark moves please?

Susannah/Susan's father owned & ran a bootmaking business in the Burlington Arcade in London with a branch in Paris. I wonder if the Paris branch is where they went in the 1880s?

A police register! Did he get into trouble?

The death death record for Susanna E Jensen that you found is indeed the correct one. She must have returned after Peder's death. She died two and a half weeks before her 73rd birthday, dying on the 7th May 1919 in Barnes, Surrey & being born on the 24th May 1846.

My grateful thanks again.

Kind regards

David

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