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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Can't find a birth
« on: Monday 15 November 21 16:35 GMT (UK)  »
Clarence Partington Woods was born 29 April 1901 Bolton, died Crow Lane, Ramsbottom, Lancs on 14 Oct 1977.


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The Common Room / Re: What does letter S mean at the end of a GRO index page number?
« on: Saturday 11 September 21 14:13 BST (UK)  »
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Barbara H
What does the S mean?

A 'supplementary' entry to a record.

Hope this helps

Jim

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Emma Elizabeth Green surname confusion
« on: Friday 03 September 21 21:17 BST (UK)  »

Welcome to Rootschat,
There appears to be a lot of anomalies in the info you supplied

Is this the Henry J Humphreys and Emma F Green marriage 4q 1919 Poplar?
if so, it would make Emma about 47 years old.

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Edwin Walter Lucas Green Born 1862 Bromley Union Motherís Maiden Name Howard

Esther Eliza Lucas Born 1864 Bromley Union Motherís Maiden Name Howard

William Charles Lucas Born 1866 Bromley Union Motherís Maiden Name Howard

Emma Elizabeth Green Born 1872 Bromley Union Motherís Maiden Name Howard

Frederick James Green Born 1874 Bromley Motherís Maiden Name Howard

Arthur Green Born 1877 Bromley Motherís Maiden Name Howard

Jane Ann Lucas Born 1877 Bromley Union Motherís name not listed.

Where does the MMN of Howard fit in?

Does this help?
Edwin Walter Green bap 7 Sep 1862 Bromley Kent Fa: Henry Green Mo: Elizabeth

Edwin Walter Green marr Alice Louisa Skinner 2q 1889 Bromley

Florence Louisa Green dau born 2q 1890 Bromley MMN:Skinner
Amy Elizabeth Green dau born 4q 1895 Bromley MMN:Skinner

Can you give anymore info that would help pin down the people you need help with?

Jim


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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Hi, Im new here
« on: Saturday 31 July 21 21:12 BST (UK)  »
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May Lily was daughter of George Herbert & Rebecca Wilson (nee Hunt), They were married in Edmonton, 1900, Rebecca's original marriage was to a John Wilson in Edmonton, 1880.

Rebecca Hunt's second marriage is to George Herbert

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Hi, Im new here
« on: Saturday 31 July 21 19:57 BST (UK)  »
Are these relevant?

William Sapsford born 22 Dec 1890 married 1916 Lambeth Maud A Painter

Robert G Sapsford born 6 Apr 1919 Lambeth MMN:Painter -died 1997 Hatfield
Patricia Sapsford born 1936 Edmonton MMN:Painter -died 2006 Enfield

Robert George Sapsford married Constance Irene Ward 1945 Epping

Connie I Sapsford -died 1947 Edmonton age 30 b 1917

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Essex / Re: Burials of two sisters
« on: Saturday 08 May 21 12:58 BST (UK)  »

Greaves have you tried this?

Waltham Abbey Cemetery is situated in Sewardstone Road and comprises the Old Cemetery on the west side and the New Cemetery on the east side  and has been administered by the Town Council since 1974. 
For further details, please e-mail:
                   townclerk AT walthamabbey-tc DOT gov DOT uk

Jim




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The Stay Safe Board / Re: Covid Vaccination
« on: Tuesday 19 January 21 17:13 GMT (UK)  »

This vaccine IS NOT a silver bullet.

It's all over bar the shouting

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In RM7 >Help>Contents or (press F1)  To open the help file.
In the Help file click on index tab and enter Groups.
Follow instructions for creating a group.
The info you require is under 'Genetic lines of selected person' (i.e. mtDNA, Y-STR).

Select either your self and ancestors or furthest the male/female ancestor then select
descendants.
You can then use these groups in a report.

Best wishes

Jim
 

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Lord Thomas bladgett of Haughley manor
« on: Wednesday 06 January 21 18:06 GMT (UK)  »

The mathematics just don't add up.

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kirsty.foreman:
Lady Rose was my 12th grandmother.

So,

2021 minus 1544 (the year in question) = 477yr timespan.

The general concensus is that a generation is 25yrs (average)

Divide 477 by 25 = 19.08 generations.

Surely, your 19th generation equals your 17x Great Grand Parents
and not your 12th as was stated.

Individual DNA from your 12th grandparent would be less than 6/1000ths of a percent
considering that you descend from 16,384 individual 12x Grandparents.

Looks a lot like wishful thinking.


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