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Northamptonshire Lookup Requests / Re: Weldon parish record
« on: Thursday 15 December 22 18:57 GMT (UK)  »

   Hi all, I concur with the idea of W P being Weldon Parva, when one thinks about that
    the marr was in the early 1700's when the clergy were just about coming out of the
    use of Latin being written in parish records in some still used that I have come across,
    as I say many thanks for putting forward good ideas regarding ..W P..

                  Thanks much appreciated....

Northamptonshire Lookup Requests / Weldon parish record
« on: Thursday 15 December 22 16:49 GMT (UK)  »

     I have a marriage in Weldon of a William Franklin & Elizabeth Parker 26 Dec 1714 ,
    written in to the record there is that William was from ( W P ) has any one any idea
    were that might be .

                  please ...

Northamptonshire / Re: Church of St.James the Less, Sulgrave
« on: Friday 28 October 22 11:13 BST (UK)  »

                 Ok both , I'll do some digging and uncover, thanks ....

Northamptonshire / Church of St.James the Less, Sulgrave
« on: Friday 28 October 22 09:26 BST (UK)  »

        Are the church records for St James the less 1700/1800 available any were,
       like Ancestry/FindMyPast or..?

The Lighter Side / Unwanted Kent fiche's
« on: Sunday 05 June 22 12:44 BST (UK)  »

     I have about 100 or so of fiches of Kent like liminge/elham/wrotham/elham and some
     london 51 census of london, they are free to any one who can offer a way of getting
     them delivered or what ever....

The Common Room / Re: Will RootsChat be of help to you?
« on: Wednesday 01 June 22 16:01 BST (UK)  »

    I suppose most Ancester hunters have come across the problem in parish records,
    you get the PR film  images and they are virtually unreadable, has any one found an
    app or some thing like  'Pinta ' to improve the images to be readable, it seems that
    the very family info one finds its the only one that's very faint, free if poss but its not
    totally necessary a really good one might be worth buying.....

Warwickshire Lookup Requests / Re: St Michaels Coventry BP
« on: Saturday 09 April 22 08:45 BST (UK)  »

   Hi BumbleB..

                Thanks i have the warwick bp, alas as you say theres no birth date listed,
       that's making things awkward but i am hoping that the Coventry bp just might
       have a birth date listed, not very hopfull on that though , later on the family were
       in Henley and some had that birth recorded also, its just that the bp dates are so
       close together, the Tidmus/Tidmas name variation in those days I do not take to
       much notice off as its all down to the person recording the given info and what they
       hear, later on in the 1800 + in the censuses etc, one has to be a little more carefull as
       names do get more presice in spelling as you have probably found out, the 1841 can
       be a problem though in the transcription from the original info, if no bth date is found
       I will have to find a way of recording John and Ann in my tree with the bp dates so
       close together, but thanks any way....
                         regards mick

Warwickshire Lookup Requests / St Michaels Coventry BP
« on: Friday 08 April 22 14:29 BST (UK)  »

                 I have a  BP of an Ann Tidmus bp 10 July 1769 ,parents being John and Ann
             Tidmus, some times when lucky one gets the birth date recorded as well, do I
             feel luck..!, any way I also have a child John bp Nov 1769 in Warwick also to a
             John and Ann Tidmus, but stretching credulity a bit I am assuming its the same
             family, poss one of the children was born some time before and bp date and so
             it would explane things a bit, I got the Ann bp from Familysearch and the records
             for St Michael's have not been made available, so if any one has access to those
             records could they be checked out, as I say do I feel lucky....

Northamptonshire / Re: Quaker burials .
« on: Thursday 24 March 22 12:34 GMT (UK)  »

     The record in the Weldon pr says Cooks garden as with John Cook burial,
     Is the Cook home still there and do the present owners know about it..

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