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Europe / IXER&YOUNG-Suffolk&London-Huguenots?
« on: Wednesday 21 March 12 20:03 GMT (UK)  »
Earliest family IXER traced back to Samuel b.1754 St. Peter's-Ipswich
Earliest YOUNG traced was Robert b. 1748 Barking with Needham-Suffolk

Did both of these families originate from the influx of Huguenots?

Does anyone have either of these in their tree?


Inverness / Nairnside House-Daviot-Inverness(fraser)
« on: Wednesday 21 March 12 19:30 GMT (UK)  »
1851 Census:
Piece: SCT1851/95 Place: Daviot & Dunlichity -Inverness-shire Enumeration District: 5
Civil Parish: Daviot & Dunlichity Ecclesiastical Parish, Village or Island: -
Folio: 70 Page: 1 Schedule: 2 Nairnside House
Alexr FRASER,Gamekeeper, wife Mary(Huchison)& kids

1871 Census Enum Distr 6 schedule no. 50 Nairnside
Now with 2nd Wife
Alexr 53 Gamekeeper b. Croy, Nairnshire, Isabella 41 Wife b. Aberdeen

Can anyone find my 2xGt G/f  Alexr on 1861 census?
Got lost on scotlandspeople ...any ideas?

Derry (Londonderry) / O'HAGAN/Templemore
« on: Saturday 29 July 06 22:11 BST (UK)  »
Seeking birth of Margaret O'HAGAN who was of full age when marrying John CORLETT at St Augustines Church, Templemore on 28th April 1900.
Her father was John O'HAGAN, tailor.
Any and all info or suggestions welcomed.

Berkshire / Edwin Arthur HARDING/Burial
« on: Saturday 29 July 06 21:57 BST (UK)  »
Death of Edwin registered Newbury March 1/4 1947.
Am seeking his burial, probably in Berks.
All suggestions welcome,

Occupation Interests / Plastic Arts Restorer,Oxford&Boston,Mass
« on: Sunday 07 August 05 18:41 BST (UK)  »
Father & son, William H YOUNG & William J YOUNG.
Pa was at Ashmolean Museum, Oxford 1990-1937 after training at British Museum, London.
Trained his son at Ashmolean before William J took up post at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass. in 1929.

Looking for any co-workers at either venue, or anyone with knowledge of similar artisans of same timeline,

Lanarkshire / William Fraser,aka Archie 1950's
« on: Sunday 07 August 05 18:18 BST (UK)  »
Family folklore says that "Archie" was a sports editor or somesuch, for one of the larger newspapers, possibly The Glasgow Herald or Express.
He was born William Norman FRASER Jun 1/4 1900  Portsea Island  2b 511
Parents: Donald FRASER & Mary Henwood DEXTER

Anyone with any journalistic friends/contacts?


US Completed Requests / William Wilfred Young, 1927, Boston Fine Arts Museum
« on: Wednesday 03 August 05 15:30 BST (UK)  »
William Snr worked as restorer at Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK 1900-37.He trained William Jnr, who was b. 1902, Oxford, married abt 1924 & took up post at Boston Museum, emigrating with 1st wife & infant son, also called William in 1927. Any info would help re children, 2nd wife, career, 1930 census etc,

Best Regards,
Cedric. UK

Cornwall Completed Lookup Requests / Mary Jane HENWOOD-Padstow
« on: Wednesday 27 July 05 22:50 BST (UK)  »
Trying to find birth record of Mary, born abt 1831 at Padstow, Cornwall.
She was a servant with a BEER family in Stoke Damerel in 1861.
She had 3 children by William DEXTER at Portsea by 1871, he died the next year.
Her eldest, Mary Henwood DEXTER married Donald FRASER at Portsea in 1887
Regards to board,

Devon Completed Lookup Requests / DEXTER, Butcher, Plymouth
« on: Tuesday 26 July 05 22:56 BST (UK)  »
Mary Henwood DEXTER, gen serv in Portsea in 1901 census.
Born in Plymouth abt 1862, father William DEXTER, butcher.
Not found in 1881 census, father or daur.
Anyone have any suggestions for finding siblings or antecedents?
Best Regards,

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