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Lincolnshire / Re: Looking for Edith Haigh in 1911 aged 6.
« on: Monday 12 December 22 09:43 GMT (UK)  »
Brilliant, thankyou all so much i will go and check it out now xx

Lincolnshire / Looking for Edith Haigh in 1911 aged 6.
« on: Sunday 11 December 22 20:36 GMT (UK)  »
Hi all
Im looking for an Edith Haigh in 1911, she was born 11 February 1905 in Gainsborough (birth certificate info). She was the illigitimate child of Annie Haigh who was born in 1887 in Owston Ferry. Annie Haigh is with her husband  Herbert Haddon whom she married later in 1905 in Gainsborough, when Edith would have been just a few months old. Edith Haddon was born at 181 Lea Road in Gainsborough, which was at the time the Gainsborough work house.
I have Annie Haigh in the workhouse aged 13 on the 1901 census already, but i dont know what she did with her daughter Edith in 1911.
Annie and Herbert Haddon have another daughter called Irene Haddon aged 4 in 1911, but there is  no sign of Edith.
Please can you lovely lot see if you can find little Edith for me, she would have only been about 6 at the time.
Thankyou in advance

Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: McCarthy and Jaques marriage date?
« on: Tuesday 11 October 22 17:06 BST (UK)  »
Thanks for that BumbleB, i hadnt come across this, just the transcription. Do you think its possible the parents werent married, just a possibility thats all x

Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: McCarthy and Jaques marriage date?
« on: Tuesday 11 October 22 14:27 BST (UK)  »
Thanks for the help you guys, their first son John T Mccarthy born in 1878 was transcribed as Macarty, ive just come acrooss him x

Yorkshire (West Riding) / McCarthy and Jaques marriage date?
« on: Tuesday 11 October 22 11:22 BST (UK)  »
I am looking for the above marriage please, but i cant seem to find anything.
According to the 1881 UK census John Mccarthy was born about 1849 in Ireland, he was living in Sheffield aged 28 with his 'wife' Sarah J Mccarthy born in Grantham Lincolnshire, aged 26 and their 2 children, John T Mccarthy aged 3 and Walter Mccarthy aged 1, also in the house is a border called Henry Parkin aged 26 and Sarahs mother, Rebecca Jaques , widow aged 64.
Im guessing from the oldest childs birth that John and Sarah would have been married around 1878 but i cant find anything. On the 1891 UK census, Sarah has changed her first name to Mary J Mccarthy aged 36. Sarah Mccarthy died in 1895 aged 41 in Sheffield, John died in 1908 Sheffield. Could you nice people see if you can find a marriage for me please, as im going around in circles and getting nowhere.
Thankyou in advance.

Durham / Re: Looking for Charles Smith 1891 and before.
« on: Tuesday 19 April 22 12:00 BST (UK)  »
Thanks all for your replys, and confirming Charles Smiths death in 1920. i may need to get the marriage certificate to confirm who his father was x

Durham / Looking for Charles Smith 1891 and before.
« on: Tuesday 19 April 22 08:17 BST (UK)  »
Hi all
Im trying to trace a Charles Smith but going around in circles so im hoping you lovely lot can have a look for me please.
Charles Smith married in 1892 in Sunderland, Durham to a Mary Le Bihan (as transcribed on Ancestry), i have Charles in 1901 as being born Germany, British Subject living in Sunderland with wife Mary and their two children Lillian aged 8 b.Sunderland and Ernest (Charles) aged 5 b.Sunderland. His wife Mary aged 29 was also born in Sunderland. On the 1911 census their address is given as Gas office, Fawcett Street, Sunderland and Charles is transcribed as born in Sheffield Yorkshire. I cannot find Charles in the 1891 census or the earlier ones. The 1921 census shows Mary as a widow and living with their daughter Lillian and husband.
Any help locating Charles is appreciated.
Also Marys marriage is transcibed on FindMyPast as Mary Le Bimon, but she is added to the wrong husband. I cant find a marriage for a Charles Smith on FindMyPast.

Lancashire / Re: Maud Scott-Masseuse 1917
« on: Friday 25 February 22 11:18 GMT (UK)  »
Heywood Thankyou x

Lancashire / Re: Maud Scott-Masseuse 1917
« on: Thursday 24 February 22 12:00 GMT (UK)  »
I cant seem to see the record for the Yokohama trip for John and Maud, is it on Ancestry or FindMyPast?
Also they had a daughter called Karin in 1921, the name Karin is Swedish for Catherine, just thought i would share that bit of info with you x :)

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