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Clerk Claims and returns
wholesale warehouse

Shorthand typist mail order business

Wiggy

I agree with Wiggy  :)

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Help deciphering cause of death
« on: Sunday 16 December 18 18:35 GMT (UK)  »
Is the first one uraemia not anaemia



I think i can make out "Anaemia" possibly as the first cause but i'm stumped on the condition below.

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Ancestral Family Tree DNA Testing / Re: mtDNA? (in paper trail terms)
« on: Sunday 16 December 18 17:55 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you  :)

I am aware of what you say. It is just my direct maternal line that I was interested in.


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Denbighshire Lookup Requests / Re: Davies, Llangadwaladr Denbighshire
« on: Saturday 15 December 18 22:02 GMT (UK)  »
I've just re-read my earlier post. Note that a John Davies was a witness.


14 Oct 1836 at Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant, by banns

David Davies of Llangadwaladr and Elizabeth Davies of Llanrhaeadr YM.

Witnesses - John Davies and  Thomas Hughes

No other info on the record.

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Denbighshire Lookup Requests / Re: Davies, Llangadwaladr Denbighshire
« on: Saturday 15 December 18 21:48 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks for the timeline info. I've not found any  likely immigrant listings other than the ones you mention.

I have found this family on the 1841, who might be worth following up:

Pen y Bryn Mawr, Llanrhaeadr YM, Montgomeryshire

John Davies, 65, Ag Lab
David , 25, Ag Lab
John , 3,
David, 2
Elizabeth, 1

All b. Montgomeryshire apart from David senior.

The entry is split over two pages - John, jnr, is on
HO107 Piece 1435 Book 6 Folio 42 Page 11

My theory, for what it's worth. is that Elizabeth died after the birth of Elizabeth, jnr. 

I'll check the parish records for burials and births for this family.

Gadget

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???

Young Tug has asked for a restore.

Added - slowly getting there YT - Monday pm or Tuesday  :)

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Ancestral Family Tree DNA Testing / Re: mtDNA? (in paper trail terms)
« on: Saturday 15 December 18 19:07 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks, squawki  :)

I'm not sure that it would be a good investment unless there are significant improvements and matches in the next 2 decades. I'm in my 70s now  ;D ;D ;D

P.S. I have my data on Ancestry, My Heritage, FTDNA and Gedmatch

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They're both much better  :)

When I enlarge, I can see that it looks as if grt grandfather might have moved his head when the photo was taken as he has 2 noses and mouths. I'll try and sort it, but, if you have another photo of him, it might be useful. I see that the one with the hammer has a narrower face. I could use that as a guide if you have nothing more.

Gadget

Added - it could be that it's his cheek but it looks very nose-like. When I get it up and cleaned, it will show more clearly.

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OK, lets try this.

I've just seen this, YT. It looks much better for restoration. I'll see if I can restore it tomorrow. I must get on with Christmas stuff today  :)

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