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Offline Kirsty Jane Laghaney

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Re: robert edward foreman
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 23 November 17 00:29 GMT (UK) »
Information on the 1939 register and 1911 census point to Robert Edward Foreman being the son ( born 1905) of Robert Edward Foreman and Mary Ellen Fillingham who married in Marylebone in 1904. Mary is shown as a widow  in 1911 suggesting Robert Edward died 1905-1911 though can't find an obvious death.
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hi there i put my nan and grandad year of marrage wrong it was 1949 at Ealing registry office

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Online PaulineJ

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Re: robert edward foreman
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 23 November 17 08:14 GMT (UK) »
hi there i put my nan and grandad year of marrage wrong it was 1949 at Ealing registry office

Yes, we also told you that at replies number 4, 5, 6 and 7.

Now, are you going to buy any certificates so that further progress back can be made with more confidence?
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Brown 1800-> Woolwich (Kent)  Barnett 1800-> Woolwich (Kent)
Pannifer 1830-> Deptford (Kent)  Brierley in Staffordshire(Pre-1875)
Walters in Middlesex(Pre-1875)  Clift,Gould in Devon/Cornwall

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Offline Cas (stallc)

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Re: robert edward foreman
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 23 November 17 09:19 GMT (UK) »
Hi Kirsty,

I would very much agree with Pauline, there is no quick, easy and inexpensive way to confirm you have the correct family bloodlines without verifying with BMD certs.  Family History is a interesting and can be a time consuming expensive but rewarding pastime.

I would take one family at a time and confirm yours before building a tree, trying to go down all lines at once gets confusing with names you may find, and it all can get jumbled. Unless other family members are interested to help take on tree lines or branches.

Also be prepared to uncover skeletons. Such as Renna born to Florence many years before marriage to George. Would he be named on her birth cert, or would no father be listed as given her mothers surname?

We are only trying to help find your correct family lines, but down to you to build and confirm, Others and I have given you links to access what is free.  Nothing more rewarding than finding or confirming your own family history, maybe with a little help along the way.

Also cannot understand why you post in the 'Travelling People' board, have not yet to date seen any connection to Romany or Gypsy blood.  Maybe the beginners board would be better to start with, or area/locality of research.

Just my thoughts  ::)

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Cas
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Gibbons, Mordecai/Mort, Squire, Thomas, David/Davies, Joseph, Bowen, Lewis, Rees, Williams, Jones, Llewellyn, Morgan - Glam
Gibbons, Timbrell, Beale, Ludlow - Glos/Wilts
Davies, Roderick - Myddfai Carms
Lloyd, Jones - Denbigh/Salop
Shoemac, Squire, Keirle, Small - Somerset
Berry, Baggot, Lee, Clayton - Lancs
Baggot, Hurley, Keaveny, Shiel, Flynn - Ireland
Bray - Cornwall