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Messages - Mike Thw

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Cornwall / Re: Clara MILLMAN
« on: Friday 10 March 17 07:45 GMT (UK)  »
Richard Lavers (1839): from his BCert his father was William Lavers (c 1804, Holbeton, Devon). His mother was Elizabeth Janes (c 1801, Kingston, Devon). They were married 1832. One sibling, William, 1836, Plymouth (nfi).

Wm snr parents appear to be William Lavers (c 1765) and Mary Revel (c 1764).
Elizabeth's parents Richard Janes (c 1776) and Honor Rendel (c 1784).

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Technical Help / Re: FamilySearch Website Under Maintenance
« on: Tuesday 07 March 17 16:53 GMT (UK)  »
I'm using Goggle Chrome. Doesn't seem to be a Problem now - Hopefully!

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Technical Help / Re: Family Search
« on: Tuesday 07 March 17 13:58 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks both. I'll see how it goes.

Mike :)

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Technical Help / Re: Family Search
« on: Tuesday 07 March 17 13:32 GMT (UK)  »
Strange. I've just used your link and got the"under maintenance" page.

Hang-on! Pasted your link into the address bar and I'm in!!!  :o

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Technical Help / FamilySearch Website Under Maintenance
« on: Tuesday 07 March 17 13:22 GMT (UK)  »
This has nothing to do with Rootschat or London so apologies!

Anybody know what's happened to "Family Search"? Website's been under "maintenance" for over a week.

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Devon / Re: Norah Jane Gliddon, 1881
« on: Sunday 12 February 17 09:53 GMT (UK)  »
Now that I didn't try!. Good tip for the future.

Mike

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Devon / Re: Norah Jane Gliddon, 1881
« on: Sunday 12 February 17 09:43 GMT (UK)  »
That spelling of the surname is about the only one I didn't try!

Many Thanks  ;D
Mike

(I love this site)

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Devon / Norah Jane Gliddon, 1881
« on: Sunday 12 February 17 08:52 GMT (UK)  »
The Free BMD birth record for Norah is GLIDDON Norah Jane  Dec quarter 1881 Holsworthy 5b 522.

However I cannot find her on the GRO site (mainly for her mother's Maiden name). Tried many ways but unsuccessful.

Maybe a fresh pair of eyes please?  :(

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Cornwall / Re: Where is this?
« on: Saturday 11 February 17 09:09 GMT (UK)  »
Sorry. For some reason I can't upload the snip I took of the Original so everyone can see it. (It's in 1911 so I'm not sure I can give any further information!).

I agree Pancrasweek is very logical. Panerasughe is very clearly written however. Maybe the person who filled it in heard it in a Devon accent and tried to spell it phonetically. ???

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