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Hertfordshire / Re: Maggie Curran death 1914
« on: Wednesday 06 November 13 23:35 GMT (UK)  »
The photograph is wonderful!!  Thank you again so very, very much.


Hertfordshire / Re: Maggie Curran death 1914
« on: Wednesday 06 November 13 11:28 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you so very much for the information.  It also answered the question I had about Frederick Curran's occupation, publican, and where!  She was the only sibling of my great-grandfather who remained until now rather a mystery!

Sharon Spry

Cornwall Lookup Requests / Re: Poll Records, Hele Bridge, Stratton
« on: Wednesday 23 October 13 21:06 BST (UK)  »
It could have been Spry's at that time.  The census records show Richard Spry as an agricultural laborer in 1841.  Richard was the father of John Spry who married Grace Jewell in 1856.  Thank you so very much for the reply!


Cornwall Lookup Requests / Poll Records, Hele Bridge, Stratton
« on: Tuesday 22 October 13 01:45 BST (UK)  »
I found two references:  one to Jewell's tenements and another to Spry's Titson.  The forme is Hele Bridge and the latter is Marhamchurch.  I have both Jewells and Sprys in that location.  John and Grace Jewell Spry were married in Marhamchurch and a son was born in Hele Bridge in 1858 - Henry Jewell Spry, 21 February.  What is Spry's Titson and what would Jewell's tenements have?  Are any remaining today?
thank you in advance!

Sharon K. Spry

Hertfordshire / Maggie Curran death 1914
« on: Saturday 01 June 13 00:37 BST (UK)  »
I received the death certificate for Maggie Clazey Curran who died in 1914.  She and her husband, Frederick, Barman, were married in st. Mary's Catholic Church in Sunderland.  That was in 1913.  Cause of death was extra uterine pregnancy and heart failure.  Frederick was present, address was Gt. Gaddesden and he is listed as a publican.  Is there a Catholic Cemetery where she would have been buried?

Thank you.

Sharon K. Spry

Durham / Re: donaldsons
« on: Thursday 21 March 13 23:44 GMT (UK)  »
One of the old census references I found put Thomas Donaldson born in Scotland but have been unable to confirm that.  Thomas had a brother William....


Aberdeenshire / Re: Ann Ronald and Mary Ronald
« on: Monday 28 January 13 22:46 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you for your reply.  I and one other researcher have been looking for the parents of Peter Tough who married Anne Keith in 1833.  Their first born son was named John and it was suggested by another researcher that the Ronald connection was the correct one however....we can find NO record of Peter's birth.  He had a brother, Alexander, who was a witness at his wedding and I have had no problems finding him but again, no record of who his parents were.

Thank you again.


Northumberland / Re: Gainslow Mill Berwick
« on: Saturday 24 November 12 19:55 GMT (UK)  »
I so hope this is the brick wall I have been unable to get past in 20 years.... The last name is Clazy although over the years, we have found it spelled hundreds of different ways!  John had two sons....James and John and wife Isabel, Isabella, Oswald.  Would not surprise me that the last name you found is clay at all.  Please let me know.....thank you so very much.


Berwickshire / Re: Chirnside 20th February 1786 Banns & Marriages
« on: Friday 02 November 12 23:52 GMT (UK)  »
I cannot remember if I ever replied to you....John Cameron and Jean Paxton Sept. 3...1787.


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