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Dorset / Re: Osmington Baptism
« on: Today at 12:48 »
Thanks, but I am not convinced. There is consistency in these notes:-
5 Jan 1833        baptism      pc 10 Feb 1833
31 August 1833 baptism      pc 29 Sept
25 July 1834         ..            pc 10 Aug 1834
6 Oct. 1835           ..           pc  27 Dec 1835
T

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Dorset / Re: Osmington Baptism
« on: Today at 12:36 »
No. Nothing between June & November. T

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Dorset / Re: Osmington Baptism
« on: Today at 12:28 »
Thanks for both your comments.
The line above is 12 April 1835.
Private Christening seems quite a possibility . Private  on 4 May and became stronger so that the parents brought John to the church on 2 August following. However am I missing some more subtle point?
T

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Dorset / Osmington Baptism
« on: Today at 12:06 »
In the margin of this register appears the attached. I have seen this space used for date of birth but this is something new for me.  An earlier page suggests this may mean 'received into the church'. If so what does that mean? Doesn't baptism mean being received into the church. Thanks, Toby.

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: HO 107 etc
« on: Yesterday at 14:45 »
Sorry to stir up a hornet's nest. Not all bad however. At least I now know how to use HO107 etc. T

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: HO 107 etc
« on: Yesterday at 12:59 »
No.
Joseph Cleall 39 dairyman born S. Perrott was living at Symondsbury, Dorset.
If you get Great Gaddesden then I feel that the information given me on Dorset RootsChat is suspect.
Back to the drawing board, but very many thanks for your trouble. T

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: HO 107 etc
« on: Yesterday at 12:38 »
Thanks rosie99. I am feeling a bit 'two plankish' for when I add piece, folio & page - exactly in each case, up comes
"Your search returned zero good matches." Is there someting else? T

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Family History Beginners Board / HO 107 etc
« on: Yesterday at 11:49 »
We now have 2 instances where people trying to help us find something quote e.g.
" see HO107 1861 429 p5".
We would be pleased to know how to go about opening that page on Ancestry.
Thanks, T & daughter.

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Dorset / Re: Parish of Symondsbury
« on: Yesterday at 10:36 »
I had not considered it to be a street  as it is frequently shown as a parish. Still having trouble however made worse by Joseph Cleall b.1812 not showing up although Family Research gives details. Could you let me know the enumeration District in Bridport. thanks, T.

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