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Kent / Belvedere marriage Mitchell/Taylor
« on: Sunday 27 October 13 10:08 GMT (UK)  »
  Could someone please look up the marriage of James Mitchell and Eliza Phyllis Taylor which took place at All Saints Belvedere 1 Jan 1870
   I would like to know the first name and occupation of James's father, also the names of any witnesses.
   If they don't match my James, then I can rule this marriage out.

      Thank you    ama50

Australia Lookups completed / Frank MITCHELL, Newcastle, NSW c.1922 COMPLETED
« on: Sunday 14 November 10 21:14 GMT (UK)  »
   Can anyone help please ?

 Frank Mitchell, b.1888 in England, has an address in NSW in 1921.
 This is on his British Army service record.
The address is:

   Denison Street, Mayfield, NSW.

    He married Evelyne Hobden in 1922 in England, but I would like to
      know if they went back to Australia, as Frank's brother was out
      there.  ( Rootschatters have kindly found his details already,
         Robert Mitchell was in Ballarat, Victoria.)

  Any info. would be be very helpful.

          Thank you      ama

Australia / MITCHELL/Ballarat
« on: Tuesday 27 October 09 17:14 GMT (UK)  »
 I hope someone can help. I am trying to track down Frank and Evelyne Mitchell born 1888 and 1891 who went to Australia after August 1922. They were from Wilmington, Kent, England . Frank served in the British Army and his service record address was amended to 609, Ascot Street ? Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, sometime after 1919.
     I know they were married in Wilmington, Kent in 1922, but have had no luck checking the immigration records.
     Frank had a brother, Robert born 1890. From what I am told, he may have already left for Australia prior to 1920.

     The remaining siblings in Wilmington lived in a house called "Ballarat", maybe relevant but I dont know anything more.  Many thanks.     ama

Kent Completed Lookup Requests / St Paulinus, Crayford Kent COMPLETED
« on: Thursday 12 February 09 19:53 GMT (UK)  »
   Could someone please do a lookup for a baptism in 1950?  It probably took place around Sept/ Oct  time.  All details would be welcome, but I am especially interested in the exact names of the godparents. ( some of them might be French). Hoping that someone can help. Thank you    ama50

US Lookup Requests / Matilda Witherow arrived USA 1912.....
« on: Tuesday 04 November 08 14:38 GMT (UK)  »
  Hi anyone. I am trying to find out what happened to Matilda Witherow when she arrived in USA. She came in through Ellis Island in 1912 on the California.

      Matilda was born 20 Oct 1892 and baptized at Boveedy Presbyterian Church near Kilrea Co. Derry.

   I know nothing after her arrival in USA.

   She had 3 brothers.

          James b.1886
          John    b.1889 who went to England about 1912 and married in London.
          William b. 1895 who continued farming in the Kilrea area.

     Their parents names were John Witherow and Matilda Barnett.

      If someone can help I would be so pleased   Thank You   ama50

London and Middlesex / SMALL/policeman's family
« on: Tuesday 04 November 08 11:19 GMT (UK)  »
  Can anyone help please? Policeman, William Henry Small .  I have census entries for 1881 1891 and 1901. He was married to Sarah and had 1 son and 5 daughters.

   If anyone has connections to this family William Henry Small b. 1850 Southwark.  I would like to fill the spaces.

      Thank You    ama50

Derry (Londonderry) / WITHEROW Co DERRY
« on: Wednesday 03 September 08 21:04 BST (UK)  »
Can anyone help?  Iam trying find the parents of John Witherow. I think he was born in Kilrea in 1889.  He had a younger brother called William (known as Willie) who farmed at Laragh until about the 1960s. Willie was married to May. John came to England around 1912 and probably signed the Covenant in London where he married the same year. There were probably some other siblings, but I dont know their names. Thank You  ama

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