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Europe / Re: Ernst Marno
« on: Yesterday at 14:55 »
Poppy,
Is this the same family Schindler of Zwittau from whence Oskar Schindler of Schindler's List fame is descended?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oskar_Schindler

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svitavy

Catholic records for Svitavy are on familysearch

https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1930038?availability=Family%20History%20Library

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Durham Lookup Requests / Re: After 1901 Elizabeth Soady
« on: Yesterday at 08:27 »
Possible death of Isabella , from Freebmd

Deaths Mar 1909   
SOADY    Isabella    13    Houghton.    10a   310

https://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl

You can get a digital download of the death certificate from the GRO for £2.50.

https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/login.asp

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Durham Lookup Requests / Re: After 1901 Elizabeth Soady
« on: Yesterday at 08:08 »
The girls must have left.

You can search the England & Wales 1911 census for free on family search. You just need to make a log in account.

https://www.familysearch.org/en/united-kingdom/

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Durham Lookup Requests / Re: After 1901 Elizabeth Soady
« on: Yesterday at 07:39 »
Looks like she remarried in 1911.

Marriages Mar 1911   
GIBBON    George        Houghton    10a   618    

Soady    Elizabeth         Houghton    10a   618

She is on the 1911 census with George Gibbon and his step son Robert W Soady age 10 .

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Europe / Re: Ernst Marno
« on: Wednesday 10 April 24 11:45 BST (UK)  »
The Moravian marriage of 1839 shows Kajetan Marno was a widower. His first marriage was to the 17 year old Clara Kugler on 7 Oct 1832 Vienna Gumpendorf.

Here is his baptism 7 Aug 1799 at Tattenitz, Czech name Tatenice,  you will need a free Familysearch login if you don't already have one.

Name Latinised  to Cajetanus Georgius, of house 180

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GGD9-9STG?i=146&cc=1804263&cat=1921588

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tatenice

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Europe / Re: Ernst Marno
« on: Wednesday 10 April 24 07:36 BST (UK)  »
https://www.mza.cz/actapublica/matrika/detail/4051?image=216000010-000253-003369-000000-001358-000000-00-B01754-02090.jp2

This is the Marno/ Schindler wedding in 1839, which was in Modřice, (note spelling German name was Mödritz ) near Brno (German name Brünn)

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mod%C5%99ice

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The Common Room / Re: Battles and Commanders names used as forenames
« on: Saturday 06 April 24 22:37 BST (UK)  »
A couple of warrior queens to add to the list

Births Sep 1865   
Walley    Boadecia        Wolstanton    6b   123    
Births Jun 1875   
Gradwell    Boadecia         Manchester    8d   334

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The Common Room / Re: Battles and Commanders names used as forenames
« on: Saturday 06 April 24 20:35 BST (UK)  »
If you run out of inspiration, you can always use the rank of your hero. Thus there was

Births Sep 1850   
Cook    Captain         Bury    21   314


Births Mar 1840   
Nelson    Admiral      Wigan    21   817



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The Common Room / Re: Battles and Commanders names used as forenames
« on: Saturday 06 April 24 17:17 BST (UK)  »
This family has amused me in the past

1851 Richmond Yorkshire
Mark Anthony Dempster head
Ann                                      wife
Mary.                                  Daughter
Julius Caesar                     son
Marcus Brutus.                   Son
Jessie.                                 Daughter
Augustus Caesar.               Son

Piece    2381
Folio    146
Page number    22

Keeping the Roman theme going, by 1861 they had added Cicero to the family.

I am sure they could have come up with some military related female names if they had tried a bit harder. Hippolyta for one springs to mind.



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