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« on: Friday 11 July 14 10:40 BST (UK)  »
Furhter to Osprey reply , the marriage was registered in Truro

Caernarvonshire / Re: Harold Edward Bellamy
« on: Friday 11 July 14 10:36 BST (UK)  »
Further to Geneology Mikes answer.

Howard Edward Bellamy was indeed the RAF pilot killed 28 July 1918 he is listed as the son of Albert and Mary A. Bellamy, of 93, Fox St., Stockport. His grave was/is in the Stockport Borough Cemetery follow this link for more information,%20HAROLD%20EDWARD

Census and Resource Discussion / Re: Isaac Whitehouse where were you?
« on: Friday 11 July 14 09:27 BST (UK)  »
About 1814 in West Bromwich, Maria born abt 1818 Rowley Regis

Census and Resource Discussion / Re: Isaac Whitehouse whrer were you?
« on: Friday 11 July 14 09:19 BST (UK)  »
There is an Isaac Whitehouse with Maria Whitehouse shown on the 1881 census living at 4 Lamberts End West Bromwich, Isaac is shown as a Brickyard Labourer. They are the only two in the household is this the correct person ?

Canada / Re: Devereux Family
« on: Monday 16 April 12 18:35 BST (UK)  »
I was there in 2010. As I had no addresses to go on and I was not aware of the occupations in Canada, of those who emigrated 1922 - 1924, I could not tie down those who may have been correct, whilst I found some of the correct names, once you see a name twice in two different place in the same year you are not sure where to go next. The problem is that most of the records did not show ages of those named. Also as three (one married) were female I needed to find the marriages, which I could not. The three males on the 1911 census did not have trades and may have moved or married outside of the Toronto area, so I struggled.

Canada / Re: Devereux Family
« on: Monday 16 April 12 13:23 BST (UK)  »
The interesting thing about Albert is the return to Canada on 3 Jul 1926 on the Regina, is that that ship left Liverpool 23 Jun 1926 with Albert recorded as a Cattleman with last address as the Hughes Hotel Liverpool, 10 days later he is a wood machinist. Thats what makes the search so interesting. I visited the North York Library when in Toronto spent a day with a helper but was unable to get firm information to work on. The trouble is visiting 90 years after the event sknowing that none of the people you are looking for are still alive makes thing quite a task to find information. With Canadian records quite resptrictive as well. Which is why I was hopeing that a family member might be working on a family tree but it seems that I am not that lucky.

Canada / Re: Devereux Family
« on: Monday 16 April 12 08:35 BST (UK)  »
I spent 6 days in York Ontario where I found 18 Devereux's, some where not interested some showed interest but were not linked. I have written to 85 Devereux's in the last year currently living in Ontario. and recieved 3 replies, each and every letter included my email address, none of the 3 are linked, I have had contact with one member via her family friend, but she is now in her nineties and very frail, and has extreme memory loss. I cant push that angle. I was hoping that a new link would work, and that perhaps another family member a couple of generations might see it, as there are new people joining all the time, and many do not trawl through the history of your site. However as you appear to be unhappy with my re-listing, then you can remove it, and as for continuity, there is none when after two years there is no reply of comment.

Canada / Re: Devereux Family
« on: Sunday 15 April 12 18:31 BST (UK)  »
When you dont get a reply for over a year then perhaps it is time to forget that enquiry and hope that a new one will rekindle some thoughts, I have been in touch with the Toronto Star paid my money and found only one death of a child born to the Booth family. I went to Toronto last year looked through a lot of detail and found nothing I need a family member to pick up the thread hopefully.

Lincolnshire / Re: Death entry 1878
« on: Sunday 15 April 12 16:30 BST (UK)  »
There are many other records that could also be the death of Samuel, however Chilton Poden comes in the Bridgewater Area of Somerset, and there is Samuel Harding on the 1911 census of a similar age in the Hereford Union Workhouse classed as inmate occupation (previous) Labourer. The problem I have is when if this is him did he die. The options are 1919 Ashton Under Lyme, 1919 Greenwich or 1931Macclesfield, I dont think this helps a lot though

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