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Cork / Is there a 1928 Electoral Roll of Cork?
« on: Saturday 22 August 20 10:40 BST (UK)  »
Is there an accessible 1928 electoral roll of Cork?

I have the address of 14 Rock Buildings, Blarney Street, Cork,on an Oct 1928 passenger list to Australia.

Is there anyway to tell who else was living at this address please.

Carol

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Will of Richard Aylmer
« on: Tuesday 05 May 20 09:12 BST (UK)  »
Can someone tell me exactly what this says please.

His actual will is 2 pages long,but this is at the end of it,and seems to be signed a year after his death?

Thanks Carol

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Yorkshire (West Riding) / Sheffield Electoral roll 1940's onwards
« on: Wednesday 12 February 20 16:02 GMT (UK)  »
I have the Warriner family at 151 Fitzhubert Road, Sheffield C.B in 1939.

dad James b 1900
sons James  b 1923 
Brian b 1931
Barrie/Barry b 1936

All deceased.

Mum Lilian should be there too but isn't.

It is particularly James b 1923 that I am interested in.
He married Winifred Button in London in 1959,but died there in Jan 1961.
His marriage cert says that his previous marriage was dissolved,but we can't find one!

Does anyone have access to the electoral rolls to follow this family to 1959/60.

Many thanks

Carol

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The Lighter Side / Xmas Smilies?
« on: Wednesday 04 December 19 22:56 GMT (UK)  »
It's Dec 4th,where are the Christmas smilies ?

I thought they appeared come 1st of the month?

Carol

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Free Photo Restoration & Date Old Photographs / Please de-crease my mum !
« on: Thursday 22 June 17 15:05 BST (UK)  »
Would someone be so kind as to remove the crease down this photo of my mum and gran.
Taken in 1948 just before she married and moved down to London from Cheshire.

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Canada Lookup Request / Where did Johnathan die?
« on: Sunday 25 December 16 08:08 GMT (UK)  »
Johnathan Tebay born abt 1855 Macclesfield Cheshire England travelled to Canada with his son Ellis b 1887 on the Empress of Ireland headed for St John New Brunswick on 8th Feb 1907.

Dad Johnathan died on 3rd October 1907 aged 52 (part of the death cert attached),but we cannot read where this happened. He died of Bronco Pneumonia which was certified by an A J Harrington.

Son Ellis returned to the UK and married in 1910.Haven't found which ship or when this happened though.

Many thanks to anyone who can help with this.

Carol

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Technical Help / Why can't I stayed logged in?
« on: Wednesday 16 November 16 11:09 GMT (UK)  »
I am on Windows 7 and use Firefox.

2 days ago my computer suddenly shut down (as if we'd had a power cut) but came straight back on.
I was no longer logged in to any website (Rootschat,Twitter,Yahoo Mail,Facebook and Ancestry to name a few).

Using Firefox and trying the tools...options....privacy settings ,I still can't get it to remain logged in as before. On Twitter,every time I log back in it sends me an email to ask if it was me!

It is remembering my passwords but not remembering to keep me logged in.

I am fed up with it so have migrated to Google Chrome for a while,that does allow me to stay logged in,but I don't like it as much as Firefox.

Suggestions please....I am not very computer literate and am terrified that I'll change something and won't be able to get it back as it was.So please explain in simple terms  ;D

Thanks Carol

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Census and Resource Discussion / 1939 register- 5 million new records unlocked.
« on: Tuesday 15 November 16 23:20 GMT (UK)  »
Have just noticed this on Find My Past....

"  Thanks to the work of the 1939 Register team, we've been able to successfully match and open over 5 million more records that were previously closed, and they're all available to explore right now. If you have tried unsuccessfully to find a family member in the Register who died after 1991, there's a very good chance you'll be able to now.

Findmypast is the only place online that gives you access to the 1939 Register, which is a responsibility we take very seriously. Accordingly, we've been working away behind the scenes to give you access to as many individual entries as possible.

As we've mentioned in the past, data protection law prevents us from opening the record of anyone younger than 100 years and a day and still alive. As the Register ceased to be updated in 1991, this meant a number of the records of people who have since died were closed, when legally they could be open. In addition, many deaths were never recorded in the Register, possibly due to the individual dying abroad or a number of other reasons. The records of these people would also be closed.

In order to open these records and give access to our users, we've cross-referenced the 1939 Register with the General Register Office's England and Wales civil registration death indexes, 1969-2006. Since this record set gives dates of birth, we can match individual deaths, where they are recorded, to the people in the 1939 Register, meaning we can now open these records. We took the decision to do this matching after we had launched so that both Findmypast and TNA were confident that the process was 100% accurate.

We're cross-referencing further records on an ongoing basis, and will have more open soon.

In addition, we're opening the records of those who pass the 100 years and a day threshold on a weekly basis, at a rate of around 30,000 per month. We'll be opening more records every week, so check back often! "

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