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The Common Room / Re: how do i find 1886 crew lists from England to Nz
« on: Friday 16 December 22 22:00 GMT (UK)  »
sometimes one can check the Police Gazettes or Paperspast sites.   If NZ could also have mention in Australia.....broaden search a bit.....another option is use google ie Ships Lists + name of soul" "...NZ"

Scotland / MIA mother
« on: Saturday 12 March 22 07:25 GMT (UK)  »
how does one check a status on my elderly mother?  last known was a divorce record on scotland people.....  but that was yonks ago......   i havent got total access to internet at moment so a private message would be preferred.......    she was born 1942........putting her at abt 80 if still alive....... thx folks

The Common Room / Re: need help with live action in regarding folk around wimborne
« on: Tuesday 09 February 21 08:47 GMT (UK)  »
okay that sound good thanks

The Common Room / need help with live action in regarding folk around wimborne
« on: Tuesday 09 February 21 08:28 GMT (UK)  »
Who on RC is a member living close to Wimborne Dorset????   Got a communications problem with my 1st cousin who states he got covid........ last transmission sept 23 or so of 2020.....   I have been sick with the darn thing and only got out of bed a few weeks ago....         
Going to need help on checking death certificates at WRO of last year up to current for numerous family members to check status....      Need someone to do this in private messaging..    Other RC folk not involved please do not reply or it may get confusing to do traffic.......     thanks everyone...  This bastard virus is knocking all of us ........    Stay safe......

Lancashire / Re: Arrowsmiths of Westleigh St Mary Virgin Lancashire
« on: Thursday 01 October 20 11:30 BST (UK)  »
My apologies for not being on the ball here.......     covid19 and bells palsy dont mix tooo well.  i see a response from about 8 weeks ago...... please elaborate a little on your tree connection...occupations and dates... I can see where you are but please  go that distance then I will give you a few of the 2nd marriages etc
i dont have capacity right at the second to concentrate but will take heed of the post again...... as my old lady has somewhat disappeared from Scotland and is somewhere on the British Isles.

PS   Sarah>>>>>>     Shame I could get my other Arrowsmith posts on lancs board somewhat merged.......   my lousy housekeeping overr the years........

Lancashire / Re: Death of Thomas Arrowsmith
« on: Saturday 07 December 19 22:12 GMT (UK)  »
Great link for electoral material .....   shame they dont have all the material in pdf format online...  unfortunately I am sitting in East Gippsland and cant get to the reading room but oh if I could :( :'(

Lancashire / Re: Death of Thomas Arrowsmith
« on: Saturday 07 December 19 19:49 GMT (UK)  »
sorry twas 1943......    link coming up server error   but thankfully the cumbria bmd has gleaned a push on the Stella Wilson lineage......
Robinson born abt 1836 Lancs to Ann X? then 2nd marriage widowed to Mary Foy/Tait in 1889 at B-i-F RO? issue to next generation >William [of 1st marriage ]born abt 1860 and  spouse Mary J Heathcock married at Millom in 1881.
Of Heathcock issue to Edith Florence at Bootle 1882, with William 1884, Robinson 1886, Susan 1888, Cedric 1890, Lawrence Barlow 1892, Water [probably Walter]1894, Theodosia 1897, John Henry 1899, and Clarence 1906 all of Dalton.
Robinson the younger to Jane Grundy issue to my grandmother[deceased]with sibs//// but Robinson could have married Mary Gilbert/Rodda in 1908 . 

the record showing wife of Robinson born 1836 seems to be illusive.....Ann Isabella Orrick  ?????
looking at early gen seems to show jeramiah and jane [Chester ?] as line above for Robinson 1836?
the early census 1841 and 51 seem to be illusive.......

I once saw a tv show from USA where the person had a very very large piece of paper but the family branches were set out like divisions of an orange or circle .... with the person who had done the research right in the middle of circle but not like the one above... cos one could read without turning the paper around...

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