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The Common Room / Re: Missing birth Records1858,1859,1860.
« on: Wednesday 27 September 23 11:41 BST (UK)  »
Hi Rootschatters: 

Over the last week I have been in contact with another person also researching this family further back.
We are both having problems with that research; 

Would it be best to reopen this here or start afresh with a new thread? 
it concerns Arthur Richard Taylor's parents.


The Common Room / Re: Should I delete my tree on ancestry!
« on: Wednesday 27 September 23 11:32 BST (UK)  »
Thanks Pheno, I have done DNA with both Ancestry and MyHeritage  and uploaded the Ancestry file to MyHeritage.  All really great and loads of connections even with the size of my site. 

I even have proof of my Great Grandfather's validity as a result of following a match back and linking it to my own research. 
The reason the whole thing is there is to find unknown  Great Great Grandparents and unfortunately what is known and on my site is useless. Also on those sites belonging to relatives I know, it's the same a dead end.

 However that is by the way , it's all these other people that keep appearing.     Seems I will just have to either put up with this or cull them out . I have already started on those that are duplicates.

I was wondering if this has anything to do with the notes I made and the groups I created  throughout the DNA match list match List.
 anyway thanks again for all you very good ideas. 


The Common Room / Re: Should I delete my tree on ancestry!
« on: Wednesday 27 September 23 03:23 BST (UK)  »
yes , I understand all Biggles50 has said.   And thank you for the advice. 
However it is not serving the purpose for which it was established.   Finding ancestors.

A little house keeping to do here. 


The Common Room / Re: Should I delete my tree on ancestry!
« on: Monday 25 September 23 07:20 BST (UK)  »
Hi mckha489,

Well I have been through all the settings etc including my profile.
I have not had to change anything there,  It is still a private tree . The only thing different is the hints and no tree was selected for that  either. It is still that way. 

I have checked back several times  and the last time it was as i had originally set it up with none of the 47 extras . so maybe i have cured the problem some how. 
We shall see over time.

Thanks Essnell.

The Common Room / Re: Should I delete my tree on ancestry!
« on: Monday 25 September 23 06:21 BST (UK)  »
Hi mckha489,

 I will check Manage shared trees but it should not be shared with anyone. 

No . I'm not sure about the records. I keep all my own record information on my computer,  or in the paper trail.

However it could be connected to the hints that they keep throwing up and asking if  this is correct.    Yes a lot are, but are still taken from elsewhere and elsewhere I already know about in most cases. 
Usually I ignore them  but lately that is not working.

thanks for helping

The Common Room / Should I delete my tree on ancestry!
« on: Monday 25 September 23 02:34 BST (UK)  »
  I am somewhat upset by what I discovered Ancestry is adding willy-nlily to my tree.

There are people on it that I know nothing about.

Double entries which are alternatives apparently, mostly wrong or useless. 

I have deliberately kept it small.  I need it to be only direct blood line if i so choose. 
So apparently that choice has gone with the wind. 
Should i try to reduce it to a minimum  or just go without one.

The Common Room / Re: Missing birth Records1858,1859,1860.
« on: Tuesday 12 September 23 09:39 BST (UK)  »
Umm  Hello  , well, I though I had got enough, but I was determined to find Elizabeths' father and Mother   

I cannot find Arthur Richard Taylor.    Would this be Eliza's Parents ----

Pallot's marriage reg.    TAYLOR Richard  1827  == Mary Ann Gallant 
                                    DUNSTAN,  STEPNEY

THEN THIS:  Marriage by Banns,   Richard Taylor and Mary Ann Gallant  25th Nov 1827.
                                   Tower Hamlets, Stepney, St Dunstan, London, England.
It is signed by both Richard and Mary. 

I also found Elizabeth's Baptism -  born on the 8th February 1837.  St Dunstan, Stepney, Mile End Old Town.     Main Record is for:  London, Docklands and East End Baptisms.

Richard was a Clerk in the Docks.

So How about that .  Wonderful.

Thanks everyone!.  Essnell

The Common Room / Re: Missing birth Records1858,1859,1860.
« on: Tuesday 12 September 23 06:22 BST (UK)  »
hello Everyone,  Finally back with some information.

First though I need to apologize to allanpeter and softly softly  re Alfred William Gorringe. I  thought he went with Emily but that seems to not have happened so I really do not know either way and all my documents have no reference to that.   I have been trying to piece together the immigration to Canada and that seems to be complicated as Emily could have cone there and returned to England and then back to Canada. One document mentions a friend in California so I'm, still looking at this. 

Now back to the three first children of James Monroe {?} and Elizabeth Taylor. 

I have now got the birth record for Robert Henry Munroe  :

DOB 15th November 1858
 Place of birth :   14 George Street [this matches the address on the two boys Baptisms - jonw65]
 Father: James MUNROE 
Mother:  Elizabeth Byzanter Munroe formerly Taylor.
 Father Occupation:  Woollen Manufacturer.
Informant is Elizabeth  and she is at 14 George Street, South Hackney. 
The registration was done on the 27th December 1858.

 Emily was not born till the 25th June 1860  - so Robert and Emily were not twins.

I also got Elizabeth's Death Certificate 12th Dec. 1917. She was at 44 Hawley Square U.D. 
Described as Widow of James Mornement, Clerk in Wool Warehouse.
Her Daughter Louisa Mornement [Turner] was the informant.

Okay   i have the answer to my question with a few extras so thanks everyone for your assistance - really appreciate it.

 :) Essnell

The Common Room / Re: Missing birth Records1858,1859,1860.
« on: Sunday 10 September 23 07:43 BST (UK)  »

Good Day everyone.

Opps .. i had a question but I see that the surname was "MUNROE" NOT MONROE as for the other two. so I shall go look. 

allanpeter; from what I have Alfred Gorringe was a widower when he married Emily.  i found a copy of the Marriage Licence application that he made. He also went to Canada so perhaps that might be helpful for cousins.

Once i have that image I will return.

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