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Offline Diane Heddon

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Steven T Goss.
« on: Friday 24 March 17 02:56 GMT (UK) »
Hi, here is some more of Goss links to Glamorganshire [mainly from Swansea.I should like a lookup please on this. Found Steven T Goss reg.index 1837 to 2oo8 SWANSEA But I should like to see any follow up's from 1837[ back or forward up to 1890] dates if possible' Henderson name  was Mother' but that is to up to date you see!any chance of seeing these further back in time please? . That is all I know.Could anyone help please?Cannot seem to get further back on all sites, and I am no longer on Ancestry.

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Re: Steven T Goss.
« Reply #1 on: Friday 24 March 17 07:01 GMT (UK) »
 ???
Your post is very confusing?
Are you saying that Steven T Goss was born in 1837 and died in 2008?!Which would make him 170 year old :o

So when was he born? When did he die?
Who did he marry?

What does 'Henderson name was Mother' mean?

EDIT:
Obviously this birth?
December qtr 1841
Swansea Registration District     vol 11a, page 1564

Goss, Stephen T     Mother's Maiden Name = Henderson

And the parent's marriage:
March qtr 1925
Swansea Registration District     vol 11a, page 1443

Goss, Samuel S
Henderson, Edith M

There appear to be 9 children born to this couple.
But as they may still be alive, RootsChat rules don't permit me to name them.

I found them using FreeBMD - you can do the same? ;D

If you are researching him, he must link into your tree somehow?
What are these links?
Garrad (Suffolk, Essex, Somerset), Crocker (Somerset), Vanstone (Devon, Jersey), Sims (Wiltshire), Bridger (Kent)

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Re: Steven T Goss.
« Reply #2 on: Friday 24 March 17 07:31 GMT (UK) »
Name    Stephen T Goss
Event Type    Birth Registration
Registration Quarter    Oct-Nov-Dec
Registration Year    1941
Registration District    Swansea
County    Glamorganshire
Event Place    Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Mother's Maiden Name (not available before 1911 Q3)    Henderson
Volume    11A
Page    1564
Line Number    93


Samuel S Goss
mentioned in the record of Henderson and Samuel S Goss
Name    Samuel S Goss
Event Type    Marriage Registration
Registration Quarter    Jan-Feb-Mar
Registration Year    1925
Registration District    Swansea
County    Glamorganshire
Event Place    Swansea, Glamorganshire, Wales
Spouse Name (available after 1911)    Henderson
Volume    11A
Page    1443
Line Number    34
 
Samuel S Goss  married
Name Edith M Henderson

Parents of Samuel S Goss...


William Henry Goss       Married 1895 Swansea
1874
Elizabeth Jane Baker
1875

Siblings...


Mary Ann Goss
1896

Catherine Baker Goss
1898

Fanny Goss
1903

Offline Diane Heddon

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Re: Steven T Goss.
« Reply #3 on: Friday 24 March 17 08:28 GMT (UK) »
???
Your post is very confusing?
Are you saying that Steven T Goss was born in 1837 and died in 2008?!Which would make him 170 year old :o

So when was he born? When did he die?
Who did he marry?

What does 'Henderson name was Mother' mean?

EDIT:
Obviously this birth?
December qtr 1841
Swansea Registration District     vol 11a, page 1564

Goss, Stephen T     Mother's Maiden Name = Henderson

And the parent's marriage:
March qtr 1925
Swansea Registration District     vol 11a, page 1443

Goss, Samuel S
Henderson, Edith M

There appear to be 9 children born to this couple.
But as they may still be alive, RootsChat rules don't permit me to name them.

I found them using FreeBMD - you can do the same? ;D

If you are researching him, he must link into your tree somehow?
What are these links?
I simply' copied what I saw exactly' no more or less! from a site that I found from here to look at! , then a few more sites'...that is the only info I could find of this line! on all sites.  I am a relation to the Goss family of Swansea.

Offline Diane Heddon

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Re: Steven T Goss.
« Reply #4 on: Friday 24 March 17 08:29 GMT (UK) »
???
Your post is very confusing?
Are you saying that Steven T Goss was born in 1837 and died in 2008?!Which would make him 170 year old :o

So when was he born? When did he die?
Who did he marry?

What does 'Henderson name was Mother' mean?

EDIT:
Obviously this birth?
December qtr 1841
Swansea Registration District     vol 11a, page 1564

Goss, Stephen T     Mother's Maiden Name = Henderson

And the parent's marriage:
March qtr 1925
Swansea Registration District     vol 11a, page 1443

Goss, Samuel S
Henderson, Edith M

There appear to be 9 children born to this couple.
But as they may still be alive, RootsChat rules don't permit me to name them.

I found them using FreeBMD - you can do the same? ;D

If you are researching him, he must link into your tree somehow?
What are these links?
I simply' copied what I saw exactly' no more or less! from a site that I found from here to look at! , then a few more sites'...that is the only info I could find of this line! on all sites.  I am a relation to the Goss family of Swansea.
The dates are from the years from and too!bmd.

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Re: Steven T Goss.
« Reply #5 on: Friday 24 March 17 08:39 GMT (UK) »
I suggest, if you want free sites, you start using FreeBMD and FamilySearch.

Also consider alternative spellings!  In this case the name is Stephen, not Steven :-\

Finally, unless you know that he has died, you should not be naming living people. Or those potentially living?
It's RootsChat rules to avoid spammers and identity theft.
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Re: Steven T Goss.
« Reply #6 on: Friday 24 March 17 10:09 GMT (UK) »
Hi

What links you to this Stephen T Goss?

Ray
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Re: Steven T Goss.
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 25 March 17 04:34 GMT (UK) »
Hi

What links you to this Stephen T Goss?

Ray
Hi Ray, Steven Goss is linked to my Goss family in Swansea....although he is quite young  so we are trying to get our links connected...but I have most of links qiute connected now..he would be my Great Grandparents  Great, great Grangchild. thank you from Diane.

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Re: Steven T Goss.
« Reply #8 on: Saturday 25 March 17 21:57 GMT (UK) »
Hmmm

Maybe I haven't made myself clear.

You have asked us to help?

We need to know how you get to identifying S T G as your target.

No-one wants to duplicate your(anyone's)  research, what a waste of time / effort ?!?
No-one wants to research a name ( S T G ) without knowing (the) valid links (already in your knowledge).

Cheers!

Ray



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