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Is this the Thomas you required information on?
 Area
   
Leeds & District   
   
Cemetery
   
Leeds General Cemetery (Woodhouse)   
   
Record
   
Reg. 06 1861-1863   
   
Entry
   
16064   
   
Event Type
   
Burial   
   
Given Name
   
Thomas   
   
Surname
   
GILCHRIST   
   
Gender
   
Male   
   
Abode Place
   
Wellington Lane
   
Event Day
   
9   
   
Event Month
   
1   
   
Event Year
   
1863   
   
Death Day
   
4   
   
Death Month
   
1   
   
Death Year
   
1863   
   
Cause Of Death
   
Dropsy   
   
Age Years
   
2   
   
Trade
   
Child   
   
Rel1 Given Name
   
John   
   
Rel1 Surname
   
GILCHRIST   
   
Rel1 Trade
   
watch maker   
   
Rel2 Given Name
   
Margaret   
   
Rel2 Surname
   
GILCHRIST   
   
Birth Year
   
1861   
   
Birth Place
   
Huddersfield   
   
Grave Number
   
1000   
   
Register
   
6   
   
Page
   
94   

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Technical Help / Re: Starlink problems
« on: Sunday 17 March 24 08:26 GMT (UK)  »
Whilst your waiting for a reply, just a quick heads up that set up istructions are ready available on the internet.
Enter Starlink Australia setup in your search and loads of help available including YouTube video.
 Brian

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Yorkshire (West Riding) Lookup Requests / Re: Old streets in Leeds
« on: Saturday 16 March 24 22:43 GMT (UK)  »
Looking at my Leeds map (1889/1900) George Street is surrounded by a number of ale houses and located in the gereral area of the current Leeds Kirkgate market.
 Brian

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Yorkshire (West Riding) Lookup Requests / Re: Charles Senior, born Leeds abt 1846
« on: Tuesday 12 March 24 11:58 GMT (UK)  »
Burial info for Joseph Gilchrist:
 Area
   
Leeds & District   
   
Cemetery
   
Leeds General Cemetery (Woodhouse)   
   
Record
   
Reg. 08 1866-1870   
   
Entry
   
22496   
   
Event Type
   
Burial   
   
Given Name
   
Joseph   
   
Surname
   
GILCHRIST   
   
Gender
   
Male   
   
Abode Place
   
George St   
   
Event Day
   
18   
   
Event Month
   
4   
   
Event Year
   
1869   
   
Death Day
   
13   
   
Death Month
   
4   
   
Death Year
   
1869   
   
Cause Of Death
   
Consumption   
   
Age Years
   
19   
   
Trade
   
Watch Maker   
   
Rel1 Given Name
   
John   
   
Rel1 Surname
   
GILCHRIST   
   
Rel1 Trade
   
Watch Maker   
   
Rel2 Given Name
   
Margaret   
   
Rel2 Surname
   
GILCHRIST   
   
Birth Year
   
1850   
   
Birth Place
   
Edingbro   
   
Grave Number
   
1611   
Brian

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Technical Help / Re: New laptop opinion
« on: Tuesday 23 January 24 22:25 GMT (UK)  »
With Windows 10 coming to end of life, unless the machine is capable of running Windows 11 quite a number of coming to the end.
[11th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-1135G7 @ 2.40GHz   2.42 GHz -16.0 GB (15.8 GB usable)]
Spec for my current Acer which cost me 600 6months ago, good enough for myself.
Whilst my wife's Acer I7 I bought at a 200 discount from the same online supplier.
So it pays to shop around for whatever equipment is decided as a final purchase.
 Brian

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Technical Help / Re: New laptop opinion
« on: Tuesday 23 January 24 08:18 GMT (UK)  »
I take it the OP likes to play memory invasive games?
Disregarding the make, the I7 processor would handle anything thrown at it.
Depending on supplier, the laptop would be costing @700 which I would say is a bit going overboard on spec.
A machine fitted with an I5 processor would be more than adequate with 16mb of memory.
Suggest having a play with an actual machine to see that the machine suits them before a puchase from an online supplier.
 Brian

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Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: Suicide
« on: Tuesday 10 October 23 17:53 BST (UK)  »
Have you entered the full name of the deceased individual into your search box?
 Brian

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1844 05 25    MITCHELL    Thomas    24    B    Miner    Pudsey father   Reuben Mitchell    Miner    witness     George Naylor    
     PENNY    Martha    23    S         Pudsey    Joseph Penny    Miner witness     John Brook
Marriage at Pudsey St Lawrence Parish Church.
 Brian

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Technical Help / Re: Landline telephone messages
« on: Wednesday 02 August 23 06:21 BST (UK)  »
I would suggest answer machine, read through the handbook for your answering machine.
I would have thought all incoming calls would be monitored via answering machine, such as:
a) After say 6rings message recorded with an indication of message left.
b) If on picking up a call and no message left an indication of a missed call is indicated.
 Brian

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