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Lancashire / Re: Grandmothers birth certificate required.
« on: Yesterday at 17:28 »

When Elizabeth married James Mackness in 1898 she gave her father’s name as John Hamilton


I would think from that she knew that John Nuttall was not her father.  It was quite common for an illegitimate child to make up a father when they married.

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England / Re: 1939 Index Frank and Lottie Griffiths.
« on: Yesterday at 16:27 »
Sorry, we are not allowed to do 1939 lookups.

It is possible for you to do a free search (F M P)  It is generally easier to locate people with full dates of birth  https://search.findmypast.co.uk/search-world-records/1939-register

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From freereg
Shorncote, Wilts
Baptism    13 Jul 1820
Job
Father    William
Mother    Sarah
Father surname   JONCEY
abode   Shorncutt
Father occupation Labourer

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He does seem a bit of a rogue  ;D

There are quite a few articles on online newspapers that could fit him.  It looks as though he may have a brother Job Johnsey according to some articles. 

In 1841 there is a Job Johnsey - 20 -living in Shorncote wit a possible mother Sarah -60 not bn in County - of independent means
HO107 /1178 bk24 f2 p16

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Does the marriage certificate to Eliza Barnes give any helpful information

Marriage Mar qtr 1844   
BARNES Eliza
JOHNSEY    Henry       
Cirencester    11   249   

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London & Middlesex Resources / Re: 1939 index
« on: Yesterday at 15:43 »
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/help-with-your-research/research-guides/1939-register/

role (for institutions only – Officer, Visitor, Servant, Patient, Inmate)

Beat me to it Dawnsh

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Ireland / Re: help to find person
« on: Yesterday at 15:21 »
Perhaps you could give us a bit more information on Mary Phillips

Where/when was she born, who were her parents

Where do you last have her on census

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Have you considered posting the details from the certificate as a 'postem' on freebmd
https://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/information.pl?scan=1&r=38842498:7338&d=bmd_1537384567

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Normally if a child was illegitimate then there would be no mothers maiden surname on the index. 

Do you have him on census prior to his marriage.  What information does his marriage give

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