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South Africa / Re: SA railway employment records
« on: Wednesday 25 May 22 20:21 BST (UK)  »
thank you Jon.


South Africa / SA railway employment records
« on: Sunday 22 May 22 00:00 BST (UK)  »
Seeking info for GAYNOR employment records on SA Railway Garrett engines probably explosives for the mines.

Warwickshire / CONNOR (O/S)
« on: Saturday 21 May 22 23:45 BST (UK)  »
seeking contact from any relatives of Connor/Connors/O'Connor related to family from Rathvilly Carlow.  Tony

I have a list of names and photograph's of CWGC headstones in Kensal Green cemetery of Queen's Park West London casualty's and some other WW1 & WW2 memorials


Warwickshire / Re: bridget reilly
« on: Sunday 25 April 21 22:58 BST (UK)  »
yes, I have Father's B.C. 1909 Dublin is definite, my Uncle died in 1955 age 63 hence the C1882 D.O.B

I have a 90% marriage for my paternal Grandparents in 1882 that is, the address of the tenement where they lived in Dublin relates to the address my Uncle lived in at the time of his demise.

the 90% difference being that Grandmother's maiden name is given as Carolan on the marriage cert in 1882 and Carroll on Father's B.C. understandable given that Carolan is the Irish version of Carroll, ergo, erring on the side of probability.

I have no physical information whatsoever on Aunt Bridget other than what my Sister has said about being temporarily "fostered" by her in Birmingham. (it's a long, but interesting story of our lives)

Incredibly, from a post I made in earlier in the Carlow section I made contact with a relative who has indicated that my Mother's Brother also settled in Birmingham, so both sides of my family lived in close proximity, most likely without knowledge of each other.     




Warwickshire / Re: bridget reilly
« on: Sunday 25 April 21 21:37 BST (UK)  »
thanks for the responses folk, it was a long shot fish for info, Aunt Bridget will have passed on by now given an Uncle's and Father's D.O..B's (C1882, can't find the exact date on Irish Genealogy) & 1909).

the free BMD option is useful, it might jog my sister's memory (not much of it left nowadays mind you)

 with a married name to go on I could then check the electoral registers.


Warwickshire / bridget reilly
« on: Tuesday 20 April 21 23:51 BST (UK)  »
seeking information on my Aunt Bridget (nee) Reilly lived in Birmingham in the 60's. all I have to go on is that she was my Father's Sister and my Sister stayed with her leading up to and or following our Mother's demise in 1964  but cannot recall Bridget's married name.

hello esor,
these types records are held at the Guildhall in London, I can access the records in the Guildhall, if you still require information post a reply and when access is available I will give your request a look up . Tony     

Angus (Forfarshire) / Re: Pte George Berry 313375, Labour Corps WW1
« on: Saturday 06 February 21 22:40 GMT (UK)  »
if he did not survive the war and his record survived (i.e. not under the burnt records issue) then CWGC website may give you information on his family. Tony

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