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When I was searching elsewhere I came across the details for a child born to them in 1962.  The birth certificate for this is also on Scotland's People.

I found records of the family travelling to Australia on the Find My Past website.  Mother, father and child.

I can tell you that they married in the district of Dalziel in Scotland.  The Ref. No. is 639/406.  That's Entry 406, Ref 639/.  You can buy the marriage certificate from Scotland's People and it costs 12.00.

This is the website for Scotland's People:-

If you have not used them before you will need to register.

What information are you looking for?  Have either Lewis or Marion died?

Family History Beginners Board / Re: Liverpool Cemetry
« on: Wednesday 15 November 23 21:12 GMT (UK)  »
Welcome to RootsChat  :D

Liverpool has six cemeteries and two crematoriums.  Link to the details below.

This link takes you to the contact page:-

Various options are listed one of which is Grave search enquiry. I would suggest that you contact them and ask if they can find the burial details of your great grandmother.  There may well be a fee for this. 

The Lighter Side / Re: Writing a Will
« on: Sunday 12 November 23 10:36 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks for that Ray, I have bookmarked it for further investigation.

Hopefully I should never need to go into care but a good idea to get things in place should that happen.

The Lighter Side / Re: Writing a Will
« on: Sunday 12 November 23 10:12 GMT (UK)  »
Oh I see.  I don't recall anything about that when I did my LPA.  Probably too late now to check and amend it.

The Lighter Side / Re: Writing a Will
« on: Sunday 12 November 23 09:24 GMT (UK)  »

AND somewhere along the line we ensured that the house could NOT be sold to pay for possible care home costs.

How did you manage to do that Bumblebee?  I was under the impression that councils could sell your house even if it is in joint names of other family members.

I haven't checked what the current situation is with that.

Welcome to RootsChat  :D

Not sure if this will help but it may be worth exploring:-

The link is to do with the below:-

Original wills, administrations and inventories for the Consistorial Court of the Archdeaconry of Cornwall, 1579-1859

Technical Help / Re: Bookmarks Bar on Chrome
« on: Thursday 09 November 23 13:29 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you manukarik.

The bar is now all white and I can see the words for each file.  ;D

Thank you for your response Gadget.  Now all sorted.

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