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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Help with name on bottom right pls
« on: Monday 27 September 21 00:12 BST (UK)  »
Hi all, could you please help me identify the name under the "with compliments" on the bottom right.

The rest reads "A carved tree - Boree tribe
"with compliments"
??
"Mr C R Wythes"


Many thanks
Hayley

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Dublin / Conners Eliza - Australian family mystery any pointers appreciated
« on: Wednesday 08 November 17 05:59 GMT (UK)  »
Hi, I normally don't research my history outside of Australia but I am having trouble placing a 4th ggmother and her daughter, my 3rd ggmother.

Eliza Conners - married William Baker in 1844 in Bathurst, Australia 
on her death cert in 1876 (aged 68) has that her father was William Conners of Dublin - stone cutter and mother Margaret. Also she had been in the colony for 44 years so arrived about 1832. Born abt 1808.

Her daughter Mary Anne Conners and sister Jane, I assume, were born out of wedlock and possibly under another name as I can not find births or immigration records for them or their mother Eliza.

Mary Anne is listed as both Conners and Baker alternatively throughout her life supporting the fact that she was a step child.

Any pointers on researching family history in Dublin or Ireland in general would be most helpful.

Many thanks
Hayley

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Marriage Cert help with names please
« on: Tuesday 07 November 17 23:10 GMT (UK)  »
Hi again all, been a few years but back on the job - love this forum.

Could I please have some help with this marriage cert. for Eliza Conners William Baker they were from Campbells River but looks like Camels. Married at St Michaels, Bathurst. I am trying to decipher the witness surnames - Matthew and Eliza ? of Bathurst.

Many thanks
Hayley

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / ***Completed*** Occupations again
« on: Friday 24 June 16 09:21 BST (UK)  »
Evening all from a cold, very windy and melted snow wet Millthorpe!
I need some help on this one again for the rest of the family.
You worked out that Joseph was a Leather Dresser and wondering what James and Henry are doing?

James was a Farrier earlier and later was a Vet Surgeon. To me looks like Distiller??

http://interactive.ancestry.com.au/8978/WARHO107_1141_1142-0541/10959733?backurl=http://person.ancestry.com.au/tree/100788773/person/330005980597/facts

many thanks
Hayley

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Hi all

After the profession on this marriage cert. for 1838.
Assume ??? butter.
what is that?

record is George Harper
http://interactive.ancestry.com.au/4994/40458_316603-00214/3914597?backurl=http://person.ancestry.com.au/tree/100788773/person/330009996746/facts/citation/960049098714/edit/record

Many thanks again
Hayley

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Location?? is it Winnel Hall?
« on: Sunday 19 June 16 03:46 BST (UK)  »
Hi All

Just trying to decipher this location on a 61 census, is it Winnel Hall? If so does anyone know where it is??

Here is the ancestry link if that helps. Person is Jane Jennings
http://interactive.ancestry.com.au/8767/WARRG9_2199_2201-0177/21265638?backurl=http://person.ancestry.com.au/tree/100788773/person/330005280566/facts/citation/960033031819/edit/record

Many thanks
Hayley

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Warwickshire / **COMPLETE** Where is White Church?
« on: Sunday 19 June 16 01:31 BST (UK)  »
I have a person listed as White Church as Birth Place on the 1851 census for St Martin's Birmingham. Can anyone tell me where this is?
Thanks again
Hayley

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Could you please have some input on this 'Abode' on a 1861 burial record for Charles Jennings, Birmingham.

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Could anyone enlighten me to the occupation on these few items. Leather ?? and what did they do? Thanks

1841 census & 1843 daughters baptism for the same man

Thanks again
Hayley


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