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https://www.cyndislist.com/us/ut/professionals/

This would be some of your competitors. RootsChat is a major source of genealogical research. Would I use a researcher. Yes if I was seeking a family from lets say Switzerland or Poland or Lithuania. And I had the money to fund the research. I have had success on a complex South African line
from RootsChatters there. Most clients for researchers have money and the desire to trace their ancestry and the lack of their own time/desire to research themselves.

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Ancestry has numerous references to one or more Grizel Durham.

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Lancashire / Re: Rainhill County Mental Hospital
« on: Yesterday at 00:11 »
Would I be right in saying that a hospital in-patient would not be included on the 1939 Register. I have a very distant relative born in Ceylon, attending a Public School in England, killed while serving in the RAF who is on the 1939 Register as a boarder at the school. 

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Durham Lookup Requests / Re: Metal Bridge Cemetary Co Durham, Mcguiness
« on: Sunday 21 April 19 04:28 BST (UK)  »
Durham Mining Museum has a genealogical section. A question on McGuiness and Metal Bridge.

http://www.dmm.org.uk/individ2/i22504.htm

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Durham Lookup Requests / Re: Metal Bridge Cemetary Co Durham, Mcguiness
« on: Saturday 20 April 19 05:57 BST (UK)  »
Metal Bridge Cemetery, Ferryhill, County Durham.

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World War One / Re: Mother of John Travers Cornwell VC
« on: Friday 19 April 19 04:11 BST (UK)  »

I am confused. Parents according to Find a Grave:
 
Eli Cornwell
1853–1916
 
Alice Cornwell
1865–1919

Sibling Arthur Frederick Cornwell
1887–1918

Inscription
In Memoriam
First Class Boy JOHN TRAVERS
CORNWELL V.C.
Born 8th January 1900
Died of wounds received at
the Battle of Jutland
2nd June 1916.

This stone was erected by scholars and ex-scholars
of schools in East Ham.

"It is not wealth or ancestry
but honourable conduct and a noble
disposition that make men great." Ovid

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The Lighter Side / Re: Gro so slow
« on: Tuesday 16 April 19 22:10 BST (UK)  »
Alice Hilda Burridge was the daughter of James Voysey Burridge and Annie Knight. Her burial was on
23 November 1903 age 17 days, Tanfield, her birth certificate was issued on the same day as her burial and working out the days she died on 22 November 1903. Birth 5 November 1903. Her Birth Certificate arrived from Southport in exactly 3 weeks which is the usual for USA. No delay. 

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Wales / Re: Welsh Emigrants To Patagonia
« on: Tuesday 16 April 19 15:53 BST (UK)  »
I hope they did not have a hard time during the Falklands War. Not their fault!

Patagonian Welsh is the name given to the Welsh language as spoken in Y Wladfa, the Welsh settlement in Patagonia, Argentina, specifically in the province of Chubut. Teachers are sent to teach the language and to train local tutors in the Welsh language, and there is some prestige of knowing the language, even among those who are not of Welsh descent.The Welsh education and projects are mainly funded by the Welsh Government, British Council, Cardiff University and the Welsh–Argentine Association. In 2005 there were 62 Welsh classes in the area and Welsh was taught as a subject in two primary schools and two colleges in the region of Gaiman. There is also a bilingual Welsh–Spanish language school called Ysgol yr Hendre situated in Trelew and a college located in Esquel. As of 2016, there are three bilingual Welsh–Spanish schools in Patagonia.

Wikipedia

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The Common Room / Re: Removal Orders
« on: Monday 15 April 19 21:45 BST (UK)  »
From my genealogy. One removal order that failed. The poor widow was Caroline (Thompson) Triggs, bap. 20 April 1820, Nuneaton, Warwickshire.

1857: ORDERS OF REMOVAL BETHNAL GREEN, LONDON. 14 NOVEMBER 1857

Caroline Triggs 37 Widow of Charles Triggs, (deceased 3 Weeks), six children Caroline 13, Amelia 11, Charles 9, Thomas 7, Frederick 4, Walter 2, residing at 7 Gretton Terrace, husband a cigar maker, was married at St. Dunstan, Stepney on the 8 day of August 1841 has resided as above aforesaid of 12 months at 16 pounds states the 4 quarters rates when her husband was apprenticed to Mr. Sanderson of Silver Street, Cheapside for seven years [who is thought to be  C.J. Sanderson, Cigar Manufacturer of 22 Silver Street, Cheapside City of London] and he resided and slept at his mother’s house in Christian Street, St. George’s [In the] East also rented houses in Back Road, ……, Cannon Street Road, at  ……………. and lived in Catherine Street, St George’s [in the East] 3 years at 20 pounds and taxes.   St. George’s East ………………… 

Excellent genealogical records. Bad motivation.

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