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Re: Thomas Allen from Lubenham and Foxton 1863
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 06 June 17 13:45 BST (UK) »
hello

I thought I recognised the name Thomas Allen  :) 
I will check my records, as I have 99.99% of Patricks in my tree that were born in and around Lubbenham..

l8r

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Re: Thomas Allen from Lubenham and Foxton 1863
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 06 June 17 14:15 BST (UK) »
Thanks for all of that.  Am just trying to clarify all the information in my head.

Firstly does mnn = mothers maiden name?

Then birth registrations have been found for two of the children
Joseph charles and Edith Maria with the mother's maiden name as Poole.

Mother becomes Annie Elizabeth Poole, 1866, Welford.

That's great. Just wondered where you found the birth registrations.

Then genealogy gymnastics! Wow - I don't even know where to begin.
The Plant Patrick Allen link up is mad

Out of interest where do you source the Lubenham Baptism records.

I can not thank you enough. HAPPY HAPPY SMILES
Karen

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Re: Thomas Allen from Lubenham and Foxton 1863
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 06 June 17 14:17 BST (UK) »
Xin
That would be great.
Karen

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Re: Thomas Allen from Lubenham and Foxton 1863
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 06 June 17 14:26 BST (UK) »
I think I have all the Lubbenham Parish reg... but you can either go to FindMyPast or buy them online they cost c  15 

here are my Patricks    ::) ::) ::)  Blimey   some of them are Scottish (I have them on both sides  ::) )

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AGAIN sorry people I did not use that 'profanation'   ::)  -  cos it is not of my vocabulary -  cant remember what I put now but the checking thingy on here changed my blast to that one !!!!!!

does anyone know what I may have put... ha ha ha .. my head is so old now  maybe I put crikey c.r.i.k.e.y   testing  nope will have to do a test on a.n.other page to discover that word.  sorry people


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Sutherland, Himsley, Finnie, Robertson Edgar Short  Patrick  Creighton, McCallum,Brown, Henderson, Stark Green, Draycott, Clarke, Yorke, Norris, Haywood, Moore, Argyle, Patrick,Tallack, Hellyar, Pope, Raven, Lobb.. Hook -Smeeton - Heafford - Freeman -Craddock - Crane - Smalley -Ashton Spriggs Swingler cotton riddington York gilbert mattock and more :)





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Re: Thomas Allen from Lubenham and Foxton 1863
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 06 June 17 14:28 BST (UK) »
Thanks for all of that.  Am just trying to clarify all the information in my head.

Firstly does mnn = mothers maiden name?


That's great. Just wondered where you found the birth registrations.

Karen

You're getting the hang of this.

The birth indexes have Mothers Maiden names at https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/indexes_search.asp

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Re: Thomas Allen from Lubenham and Foxton 1863
« Reply #14 on: Tuesday 06 June 17 14:29 BST (UK) »
too many to post in one go.. will pm them to you maybe
Sutherland, Himsley, Finnie, Robertson Edgar Short  Patrick  Creighton, McCallum,Brown, Henderson, Stark Green, Draycott, Clarke, Yorke, Norris, Haywood, Moore, Argyle, Patrick,Tallack, Hellyar, Pope, Raven, Lobb.. Hook -Smeeton - Heafford - Freeman -Craddock - Crane - Smalley -Ashton Spriggs Swingler cotton riddington York gilbert mattock and more :)





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Re: Thomas Allen from Lubenham and Foxton 1863
« Reply #15 on: Tuesday 06 June 17 14:31 BST (UK) »
Patrick, Agnes
Patrick, Albert
Patrick, Amia Anna
Patrick, Beatrice May
Patrick, Catherine
Patrick, Catherine
Patrick, Catherine
Patrick, Catherine
Patrick, Catherine
Patrick, Cecil Charles
Patrick, Charles
Patrick, Christian
Patrick, Christian
Patrick, Clifford
Patrick, David
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Patrick, David William ( Kilpatrick) 
Patrick, Elisabeth
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Patrick, Esther gran xx
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Patrick, Fred Raven
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Patrick, Frederick William
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Patrick, Lucretia
Patrick , Margaret
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Patrick, Mary Raven
Patrick, Rachel Raven
Patrick, Ralph
Patrick, Samuel
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Patrick, stillborn child to find
Patrick, Susanna
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Patrick, Sylvia Blanche
Patrick, Thomas
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Patrick, Thomas
Patrick, William
Patrick, William  Schoolmaster
Patrick, William (The Weaver)
Sutherland, Himsley, Finnie, Robertson Edgar Short  Patrick  Creighton, McCallum,Brown, Henderson, Stark Green, Draycott, Clarke, Yorke, Norris, Haywood, Moore, Argyle, Patrick,Tallack, Hellyar, Pope, Raven, Lobb.. Hook -Smeeton - Heafford - Freeman -Craddock - Crane - Smalley -Ashton Spriggs Swingler cotton riddington York gilbert mattock and more :)





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