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London & Middlesex Completed Lookup Requests / Re: help please - OWEN
« on: Thursday 15 September 16 12:26 BST (UK)  »
Sorry I have been amiss.....Tbh I can't remember why I wanted to find William Owen, as I am doing several tree's....and I am not sure which one he belonged to as it was so long ago.

 But I will keep looking for him in the 15 trees I have going(For others as much as my own) and see if I can help....

 Kimmie (Female ;) )

London & Middlesex Completed Lookup Requests / Re: help please - OWEN
« on: Tuesday 19 August 08 12:42 BST (UK)  »
 I tried a couple of sites
 findmypast and Familysearch but couldnt find any...I searched 1930 to 1940...I must admit I always find it hard to get into the English records...especially as I am in Scotland.

 Thanks for the help will try again


London & Middlesex Completed Lookup Requests / Re: help please
« on: Monday 18 August 08 10:48 BST (UK)  »
Thanks jorose
 Unfortunatly I have no other info, but I  will  be asking hope of some answers(I did find out he was alive in 1949/50).

 I couldnt find any marriages to William Owen in the London area.

London & Middlesex Completed Lookup Requests / help please - OWEN
« on: Sunday 17 August 08 21:30 BST (UK)  »
I am trying to find any info on a William Owen..I dont know when he was born, where he was born or if he is still alive
 All I know is he was married, and had one son in the 1940's and he lived at Havershill Road, Balham, London during the war, and that its possible William Owen worked as an Empoyment Clerk but again i dont know where or if that bit is true.
 I have tried several searches and ended up know-where(including death)
 can anyone help?

Inverness / Re: new eyes please!
« on: Sunday 17 August 08 10:33 BST (UK)  »
thank you for your help  ;D

Inverness / Re: new eyes please!
« on: Saturday 16 August 08 19:26 BST (UK)  »
thank you for the welcome ;D

 been doing my tree for 9 years now, but now and then get hick ups, Flora was one I couldnt solve!

 Gadget...its sounds like the right person..... ;D....her father was a John MacAulay....where did you find her? also did it say what she died of?

 thank you both for your help too btw ;) hate it when i hit a brick wall and cant find a way around it! ::)

Inverness / Re: new eyes please!
« on: Saturday 16 August 08 14:54 BST (UK)  »
thanks........ but i have tried scotlandspeople...and been into inverness records...also tried different spellings but just come up blank each time... :(

 what i want to know is if she died naturally...with help or he just left her! its almost like she just disappeared :-\

Inverness / new eyes please!
« on: Saturday 16 August 08 12:57 BST (UK)  »
can anyone great great grandfather was Colin White(sometimes whyte), he married Flora MacAulay and had 4 children; Mary(see holm mill),
Elizabeth, Hugh and Jessie.

 Later he married Ann Finlayson and had a few more children...

Colin was born 5.4.1817 in knockbain and baptised in Munlochy

 Flora was born 23.3.1824 in Kintail....But I cannot find any record of Flora MacAulay's death...can anyone help?

Inverness / Re: Holm Mills
« on: Saturday 16 August 08 12:48 BST (UK)  »
Is there any way I can find out about a particular person that worked at Holm Mill?

 One of my great great grandfathers daughters worked at Holm Mill, her name was Mary Whyte(could be white), she was there in 1867, again in 1873 and again in 1878, she had 3 children while she worked there (father unknown).
 the first child, Alexander, bn 1868 on beauly railway station.
 the second, Harriett, bn 1874 in Holm Mill
 the third, Flora, bn 1879 also in Holm mill

 Flora also later worked at the mill and had a child (father unknown) at the mill, her son was called John MacKay Whyte bn 1902...he later died of TB

 would like to try to find more about who their father possible guessing flora's 'romance' was with someone who's surname was MacKay.

 I went to Holm Mill yesterday, and in their cabinet, they had a book of their workers, the manager kindley opened the display cabinet so i could look at the book, but it only goes back to 1916!... there any way i can go further back??

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