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Staffordshire Lookup Requests / Re: 1861 for John Pain POWELL
« on: Friday 05 August 11 22:29 BST (UK)  »
Hi Jan

My relation to John Pain Powell is 2x great grandfather on my dads side (my dads fathers mothers father).  Not found much else yet as been difficult enough with Kingswinford and Pensnett as it was Worcestershire surrounded by Staffordshire but again changed over the years!

Got your email.

Cheers

John Rowley

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Staffordshire Lookup Requests / Re: 1861 for John Pain POWELL
« on: Friday 05 August 11 11:08 BST (UK)  »
Hi Jansher

Great to see a connection as have waited a long time and not been getting very far back.  I have no further info as to ancestors of John Pain Powell or even where he was born.  I only have 3 children of his listed.  I have a gedcom and word doc.  I will PM you re the info.

Thanks

John Rowley

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Durham / Re: Winterton House, Sedgefield
« on: Sunday 31 January 10 19:10 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Androlina and Colin Cruddace

I can confirm that the next of kin burial arrangements etc usually at where they lived as I had a relative that was there and I asked the archivist to see if buried there but she was not buried there.  I found her in her home parish.  The records office at Durham are very good.  Being from Ferryhill and living elsewhere in the country I have travelled a lot and most record offices are good, but I really like this one!

Cheers

John Rowley

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Durham / Re: Metcalf Mystery's !
« on: Sunday 31 January 10 19:05 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Aidansrest

Have you tried the Metcalfe Society on the web?  They hold all things Metcalfe and variant spellings.  I am a member as I have Yorkshire Metcalfes.  Well worth the joining fee.

John Rowley

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Thanks Exneps and Roobarb will contact the vicar as suggested.

Cheers

John Rowley

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Hi Ecneps and all

Phoned the Teeside office as your post and they looked up but could not find anyone as there was only 3 cemeteries open in 1893.  :'(  I therefore assume that being probably C of E the nearest church in North Ormesby was Holy Trinity.  Where could I find the MI's as it is to late for the IGI registers.  ???  Looking for a William Pratt died June 22 1893 at Railway Terrace, North Ormesby.

Many thanks

John Rowley

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Thanks again Roobarb.

I looked earlier at offers but missed that one.

John Rowley

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Hi Roobarb

Checked out the link and the first one has a broken email for the cemetery but the second one works for St Cuthberts.  Fingers crossed :o

Thanks

John Rowley

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Thanks Roobarb.

John Rowley

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