Author Topic: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.  (Read 1353 times)

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Re: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.
« Reply #9 on: Monday 18 December 17 00:07 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for that info Girl Guide I might take a 1 month trial and see if it suits.
Yes , it was from a time when my subscription was active and was saved to my tree as I didn't know the village.
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Re: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.
« Reply #10 on: Monday 18 December 17 00:26 GMT (UK) »
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However back to my original question I have an individual died in 1765 ē 1677001, Suffolk, England

I've used Ancestry for years and never noticed anything like that. Doesn't really make any sense does it?
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Re: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.
« Reply #11 on: Monday 18 December 17 01:04 GMT (UK) »
If the person was Alice Willet, wife of Edmund Craske, then the source is other Ancestry trees and I cant seem to track any of them back to the original  ::)

Some trees say she died at Drinkstone, with the source again being other trees, however if you use Ctrl & F on the link below to find reference: IC500/1/220/69 it references the original Will of Alice Craske of Drinkstone 1765

http://www.rootschat.com/links/01l6h/

ADDED:  If you go to https://www.suffolkarchives.co.uk/ and put Craske Drinkstone in the search box it brings up several other wills etc, including one for Edmund.
GIBSON: Leicestershire, Durham. MORGAN: Glamorgan, Durham, Ohio. DAVIS/DAVIES/DAVID: Glamorgan, Ohio.  JACKSON: East Yorks, North Yorks, Durham. TAYLOR: North Yorks. BOURDAS: North Yorks. JEFFREYS: Worcestershire & Northumberland. CHEESMOND: Durham/Northumberland. WINTER: Durham/Northumberland. SNOWBALL: Durham.

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Re: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.
« Reply #12 on: Monday 18 December 17 02:05 GMT (UK) »
Alice Craske was buried 11th May 1765 Drinkstone per National Burial Index on FindMyPast.

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Re: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.
« Reply #13 on: Monday 18 December 17 05:22 GMT (UK) »
The numbers are from Ancestry's database - you would need to ask them!

My Ancestry subscription lapsed a few years ago - but I can still update my trees ;D
What I can't do is look at any saved Ancestry records - such as census.
By that I mean that I can't see the census images, but I have the transcribed information.

Both Ancestry and FindMyPast usually have free access over Christmas - why not wait a week or two ;D
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Re: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.
« Reply #14 on: Monday 18 December 17 08:09 GMT (UK) »
Hi

Iíve also run across personal trees on Ancestry which use numbers instead of places but for places in Wiltshire, I will try and check one these against my tree. Iíve oftern wondered if they related to map references. 
Dent (Yorkshire, Wiltshire)  Price (Shropshire, Wiltshre) Clifford (Wiltshire), Trueman (Wiltshire) Tutton (IofW, Essex), Hanson (Sussex, Wiltshire, Essex), Gladwin (Essex), Lodge (Oxfordshire, Yorkshire), Gifford (Gloucestershire), Fry (Essex) Batty(e) (Yorkshire) Botwright (Sufolk, Essex)

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Re: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.
« Reply #15 on: Monday 18 December 17 14:26 GMT (UK) »
I don't know if this is relevant but in the "Historic Parishes of England & Wales" published by the History Data Service, https://discover.ukdataservice.ac.uk/catalogue?sn=4348
Drinkstone parish is 34/301. This is a two digit County Number, Suffolk is 34, and a three digit District Number.  All the parishes in England & Wales have a unique reference number.
It would help if details were posted of the numbers found.

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Re: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.
« Reply #16 on: Monday 18 December 17 15:23 GMT (UK) »
I don't know if this is relevant but in the "Historic Parishes of England & Wales" published by the History Data Service, https://discover.ukdataservice.ac.uk/catalogue?sn=4348
Drinkstone parish is 34/301. This is a two digit County Number, Suffolk is 34, and a three digit District Number.  All the parishes in England & Wales have a unique reference number.
It would help if details were posted of the numbers found.

Stan

Isnít this the number the OP is referring to?

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.  Back to my original question I have an individual died in 1765 ē 1677001, Suffolk, England
Probably my fault for copying it but is my 6x gt grandmother                         
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Re: Villages or towns designated by a number on a tree.
« Reply #17 on: Monday 18 December 17 16:23 GMT (UK) »
Could this number simply be FHL Film number?
Dent (Yorkshire, Wiltshire)  Price (Shropshire, Wiltshre) Clifford (Wiltshire), Trueman (Wiltshire) Tutton (IofW, Essex), Hanson (Sussex, Wiltshire, Essex), Gladwin (Essex), Lodge (Oxfordshire, Yorkshire), Gifford (Gloucestershire), Fry (Essex) Batty(e) (Yorkshire) Botwright (Sufolk, Essex)