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Australia / Re: Where is the death registration?
« on: Yesterday at 03:08 »
Thankyou Manukarik, it seems like the best option price wise.


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Australia / Re: Where is the death registration?
« on: Friday 24 September 21 15:16 BST (UK)  »
Thankyou so much Sparret, Cando and Majm.

I did not know where in Australia he passed.

All we know is some type of machine accident.

Also not being able to locate the registration did mean we could not order the death certificate and pay for it.

How interesting he changed his name.



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Australia / Where is the death registration?
« on: Friday 24 September 21 05:51 BST (UK)  »
Very confusing

Paul Robert Glentworth died 15 May 1961 (findagrave)
And
Brian Donald Glentworth died 10th May 1961 (billiongraves)

How would you find the index entry for either of these men at vicbdm?

It appears they are in the same grave? I can't find either in a record outside of Melbourne General Cemetery.

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Fife / Re: Givens & Normand of Dysart
« on: Tuesday 13 July 21 03:36 BST (UK)  »
Okciv, I am still around. I have tribal pages tree with some Normand people on it.  Maybe it could help?

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Isabella Keenan (nee Gracey) dies in 1891 Newtownards aged 30 years with her sister Lizzie Gracey present.

https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie

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Travelling People / Re: Harris, Hedges, and Gumbles
« on: Wednesday 26 February 20 07:41 GMT (UK)  »
I can see this via old newspapers:

In October 1888 at Dalston (Yorkshire?)  "Daniel Gumble, a young gipsy, was charged with a violent assault upon John Roster, his father-in law, also gipsy".

So possible that you could find Gumble and Roster together in records.

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Travelling People / Re: Mary Gritt nee Sherred
« on: Saturday 23 November 19 14:06 GMT (UK)  »
Mary Sherred is mentioned briefly on all the Romany websites I've come across (as Granny Gritt), on one or two sites her father Moses is also sometimes mentioned, so I have no doubt they were part of the New Forest Gypsy community. Their occupations were Sweeps, but I have been unable to get any further back and was hoping that someone on here may have connections to the family. Moses wife was Harriet nee Freeman and the Freemans were Sweeps too.

Thanks for the reply
Regards
Cat

I've found a newspaper article stating that Mary Gritt wife of William Gritt, a chimney sweep died aged 41 on the 6th of January 1883 near Fawley (New Forrest). And that they had 9 children plus some that had died. It appears she passed in childbirth of a son.

So this gives you a death date for Granny Gritt

 

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World War Two / Re: Griffith m Thomas
« on: Saturday 16 November 19 06:07 GMT (UK)  »
If you register at https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk

then you get 3 free pages

using the search term "Griffith Maddoc Thomas" you will find the inquest page and be able to read the whole thing for free and will be able to save it to look at again and again.


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Travelling People / Re: Gaskin Tiptree
« on: Monday 11 November 19 10:21 GMT (UK)  »
Do you know where Mark Gaskin died because his death records might contain his parents names?
Did he die in England? Near Gateshead?

I can see Leonora Hamar's marriage in 1908 in Camlachie to Alfred on Scotlandspeople.govt.uk

I can also see her marriage to Mark Gaskin in 1919 in Leith South (Edinburgh?) Scotlandspeople.govt.uk

Both marriages would contain witnesses, because they took place in Scotland buying records seems to be the only straight forward way.

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