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New Zealand Completed Requests / The AULT sisters
« on: Wednesday 07 March 18 00:27 GMT (UK)  »
I am looking for any information regarding Phyllis May nee Ault born abt 1899 Shardlow, Allenton, Derbyshire, England who married Roger Wrigley 1921 at Shardlow. They had a son named Charles A Wrigley in 1922 at Shardlow, they emigrated to NZ in 1933, Roger died in NZ, Auckland 1965 aged 70 and Phyllis died NZ in 1981 aged 81. Family rumour says a sister of Phyllis also went to NZ, she had sisters Edith Priscilla Dawson Ault (m. George Leeson in 1919 at Derby) don't think it was that sister, more likely Hilda Victoria Ault b. abt. 1900 Allenton Derby m. Frank Woods in 1927 in UK, had dau Patricia Woods 1928 Belper Derbyshire and then perhaps went to NZ?  Hope someone can help. Many thanks.

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Family History Beginners Board / Somoeone died after 2014 but when?
« on: Sunday 05 November 17 21:10 GMT (UK)  »
Can anyone tell me how you find out about someone who died 2014 onwards but you don't know when?

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Technical Help / Changing Spouses in Brothers Keeper 7
« on: Sunday 05 November 17 17:22 GMT (UK)  »
Does anyone know how to change the order of spouses in Brothers Keeper 7?  Hope you can help

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Heraldry Crests and Coats of Arms / DE GREY shields
« on: Thursday 21 January 16 22:42 GMT (UK)  »
Can anyone help identify the various shields of the de Grey family found in Shirland Church, Derbyshire.  The original de Grey shield is represented and then various forms of it, but many others that are very different.

All help appreciated.

Mogs Hubby.


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Occupation Interests / Benjamin Trist watchmaker
« on: Friday 08 January 16 23:01 GMT (UK)  »
Benajmin Trist was born about 1806 in Devon and is on the 1841 census in Brixham as a watchmaker. I think he also made grandfather clocks. He died in 1849 of cholera but his widow Sarah Curtis Trist and his son carried on the business as a silversmith.  Is it possible to find out who Benjamin was apprenticed to?

Hope you can help.

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Devon Lookup Requests / Benjamin Trist Watchmaker died Brixham 1849
« on: Friday 01 January 16 21:51 GMT (UK)  »
Hope someone can help me find who Benjamin Trist's parents were and where he was born. Benjamin Trist is on the 1841, aged rounded to 30 in Fore Street, Brixham, listed as a watchmaker, with his wife Sarah Curtis Trist (nee Vittery) and children. They are incorrectly transcribed as Trest. It says he was born in county. In 1849 Benjamin died aged 43 (from St. Mary's Brixham Parish Record - burials) so his birth year works back to about 1806.  Benjamin & Sarah were married in 1833 at All Saints Brixham by licence. He was a bachelor and she was a spinster of the parish. The witnesses to the marriage were not related to them as far as I am aware. Can anyone read the witnesses names? Looks like Pallfrey and William somebody? I would really love to find out where Benjamin Trist originated from.

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World War One / Is this photo reversed?
« on: Monday 27 July 15 17:49 BST (UK)  »
Hi
Hope you can help - would you say that this photo has been reversed?  I have been told the medals are on the wrong side. However I think on his belt buckle it says Pioneers, so if the writing is the right way round then so are the medals? Unfortunately the photo is not a very good scan so it's hard to say. Anyone know what regiment he might be with as the badges on his lapels are quite clear?

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World War One / C/O Town Major - Absent Voters Roll
« on: Saturday 06 June 15 13:21 BST (UK)  »
A WW1 servicemen who served and survived is listed on the local absent voters roll for Jacksdale, Notts  as
Private Joseph Arthur Leighton
24878 C/O Town Major

Does anyone know what C/O Town Major means?
We could not find a regiment for this man either
He was born abt 1892 Ironville, Derbys

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World War One / Medal Index Card - No mention of 1914 star?
« on: Thursday 15 May 14 21:06 BST (UK)  »
Hope you can help
We have several men listed on our village war memorial as having served and survived WW1 and we have found their medal index cards - we know from other records they disembarked in France in Sep 1914 but their card says they only have the victory and british medals and there is no mention of a 1914 star? Is this an ommission or were they not entitled?

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