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Canada / Re: Adoption Papers
« on: Thursday 14 March 19 20:26 GMT (UK)  »
This is what it says under the heading - Getting information

Adopted adults and birth parents can apply for information from birth and adoption records, if the adoption was registered in Ontario.

This information is called post-adoption birth information. It may include identifying information, like the original name of an adopted adult or the name of a birth parent.

With post-adoption birth information, adopted adults may be able to find out what their original names were, as well as the names of their birth parents. Birth parents may learn the name their child was given after he or she was adopted.

Unless they choose the last option listed here
Protecting your privacy
Adopted adults and birth parents also have the option to protect the privacy of their post-adoption birth information. Adopted adults and birth parents can:
file a notice of contact preference to specify how they would like to be contacted
file a no contact notice if they do not want to be contacted, but are willing to have their identifying information released
file a disclosure veto if the adoption was finalized before September 1, 2008. This will prevent identifying post-adoption birth information from being released.

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World War One / Re: Help with cap badge please
« on: Thursday 07 March 19 20:15 GMT (UK)  »
Could the photo be edited and cropped to show the badge in more detail?

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Devon Lookup Requests / Re: Charles Kemp - Her Majesty’s Dockyard, Plymouth
« on: Thursday 07 March 19 20:07 GMT (UK)  »
This is olives thread re Frances Dorothy Kemp
https://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=809214.0

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Armed Forces Resources / Re: 60th Rifles
« on: Thursday 07 March 19 06:35 GMT (UK)  »
I think that's a typo, and should have read 1858?

(1858 + 25 = 1883? ;D)
Thanks  :) the brain wasn't in gear.

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Armed Forces Resources / Re: 60th Rifles
« on: Thursday 07 March 19 02:57 GMT (UK)  »
Can you give us the dates and places of birth for all three, their wives names so we have a base from which to work.
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The odd part is that on my Great greatmother's birth Cert that my Great-great Grandfather confirms he was in the 60th R.Rifles, but as a Sergeant 1958 some 25 years earlier...all very strange

I'm sorry but I don't understand the bit in bold.  :)

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World War One / Re: Reg. No. for my grandfather's 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers
« on: Wednesday 06 March 19 23:46 GMT (UK)  »
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The UK, WWI Service Medal and Award Rolls, 1914-1920 has a William FRANCIS Flanagan with the London Regiment.
Regimental number 535432
Sub Unit -   15th (County of London) Battalion (P.W.O. Civil Service Rifles)

A William Francis Flanagan married Victoria V Irvine Southampton reg dist 1917. They are together in the 1939 register. His birth is registered Dec 1/4 1883 Dublin North reg Dist.
William Frederick Flanagan is also on the 1939 register with his wife Cecilia Catherine and numerous children, some of which have their names redacted.

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World War One / Re: Reg. No. for my grandfather's 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers
« on: Wednesday 06 March 19 22:08 GMT (UK)  »
I can see a marriage in 1909 to either a Kate Bulpitt or a Lydia Harriet Froude Registration district    Basingstoke. Is one of these women your grandmother?
Then this one in Cork
William Frederick Flanagan
Date of Registration   June 1/4, 1916
Registration district Cork, Ireland
Vol 5 Page 86
FHL Film 101263
Married one of these women
Ellen O'Keeffe
Annie Murphy
Mary Murphy
Cecilia Catherine Moore

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World War One / Re: Reg. No. for my grandfather's 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers
« on: Wednesday 06 March 19 21:59 GMT (UK)  »
You say your grandfather married in 1909 but the 1911 census reference you give with him in India has him as a single man and there are no wife or children with the surname Flanagan with the company in India. Of course they may not have gone with them.
I think you need to do your own research starting with what you know to be fact.
Is his birth date and place correct? did you follow him back from your father's marriage and birth certificates so you are sure you have the correct records for your grandfather?
Three marriages? 1909, 1915 and 1916? Are you sure of this? Do you have the marriage certificates?

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World War One / Re: Reg. No. for my grandfather's 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers
« on: Wednesday 06 March 19 21:38 GMT (UK)  »
This one is for William Frederick Flanagan
UK, WWI Service Medal and Award Rolls, 1914-1920
William Frederick Flanagan
Rank Private
Medals Awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal
Regiment or Corps -Labour Corps
Regimental number    488111
Previous Units - 5027 Rfm. 12-Lond. R.
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