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South Africa / Re: Reginald Lancelot Christian Blatt
« on: Yesterday at 16:44 »
I had a peep at NAAIRs records (Transvaal) which has an entry 1973 for Reginald and mentions surviving spouse Hilda Blatt.

There's also mention of an "Illiquid divorce case 1946" mentions Hilda Blatt (born Roles).

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South Africa / Re: Reginald Lancelot Christian Blatt
« on: Yesterday at 16:39 »
A Mr R L Blatt, fruit specialist, age 27 and Mrs Blatt, age 27, address 21 Bishop St, Brooks Bar, Manchester sailed for South Africa, ship Llandovery Castle, on 15 Nov 1928.

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Cymraeg - Welsh Language / Re: Aberystwyth
« on: Thursday 23 September 21 09:59 BST (UK)  »
Mae'r Afon Ystwyth yn mynd i Aberystwyth, ac yn dod allan i'r de o'r Afon Rheidol.

Dyma'r afon ar Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/g1q8o35T3U4KZh1U9

Hwyl,
Trystan

Ar fap "Cambriae Typus" Humphrey Llwyd (argraff cyntaf 1573) i'r gogledd y "Rheydol flu(men)" yw'r "Ystwydh flu(men)!!

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Cymraeg - Welsh Language / Re: Aberystwyth
« on: Wednesday 22 September 21 20:08 BST (UK)  »
'Dych chi'n gyfarwydd "Welsh Journals"? Er enghraifft, yr erthygl 'ma'n sn am ddechreuad Aberystwyth -
https://journals.library.wales/view/4718179/4734799/240#xywh=149%2C654%2C2697%2C1782

Pob lwc.


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Lancashire / Re: Beechwood, Woolton
« on: Wednesday 22 September 21 19:03 BST (UK)  »
The Times, 26 Feb 1929, gives brief details of his will and mentions Kathleen Helen Lawrence, Robert Jones and Alfred Rhodes.
Any of these names ring a bell?

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The Melbourne Orphanage was on Wilson Street, Brighton. Could there have been some scheme that linked residents to the children of the orphanage.

Trove newspapers has the death of Annie's husband, March 1915. Mentions 3 daughters. If George had been amongst the household would he have been mentioned?

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Kent / Re: Looking for a death record
« on: Sunday 19 September 21 17:41 BST (UK)  »
Re. the Mary A Williams, born Woolsey (Devon), age 89 on the '91 Census, have you discounted the Mary Williams, died Dover, Sep Qtr 1893, Dover, 2a 649 - age 86
.
Head of household, Joseph Newman, in 1891 is mentioned in the sale of
"No. 36, Seven Star Street contains 4 bedrooms, 2 sitting rooms and cellar, and is let to Mr Newman, a very old tenant, at 5s a week, tenant paying Water & Poor Rates".

Ages/years of birth are notoriously suspect on past documents. A sight of the death cert. might confirm this is the Mary A Williams at the 1891 Census address but would not identify her as the Mary A Williams you are chasing.

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Monaghan / Re: Estate Landowners- Parish of Tydavnet
« on: Friday 17 September 21 20:26 BST (UK)  »
It wasn't clear from your post the era you were interested in. Hence only posted the later reference. But there is -

Newry Telegraph, 13 Dec 1838
Extract from a letter from J Rose, Esq, Proprietor of the Tednavet Estate, County Monaghan, to Wm. Blacker, Esq, dated 15 Oct 1838.
"About 100 of my tenants this year ...."

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Monaghan / Re: Estate Landowners- Parish of Tydavnet
« on: Friday 17 September 21 09:34 BST (UK)  »
Northern Whig, 31 Mar 1887
"Over a hundred police were engaged today in protecting the Sheriff and his bailiffs in carrying out evictions on the Tedavnet estate of the Earl of Dartrey, in the northern part of the County of Monaghan ....".

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