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Hi,

I am trying to work out what the word just before "of this parish" for the groom in this marriage record is.

I have worked out that the image says Joseph Wade (then the word I can't read) "of this parish" widower  and Martha Grubb of this parish spinster were married in this church by banns  this twenty first day of November 1831

On almost all the other marriage records for this parish at this time there does not seem to be a word written before "of this parish" so I am wondering if this groom had a prominent role in the parish or maybe some unusual occupation.

Any help gratefully received.

Chris


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Canada / Canadian research advice sort
« on: Saturday 20 August 16 14:12 BST (UK)  »

Hi All,

 Reposted as originally posted on wrong board.


I am hoping to trace someone who sailed to Quebec Canada in 1950 and wondered if anyone knows of any websites that may be of help to me. I already have the deatils for him from the passenger list but am trying to progress forward from here.

TIA
Chris

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Canada Resources / Canadian Research Advice Sort
« on: Saturday 20 August 16 12:10 BST (UK)  »
Hi All,

I am hoping to trace someone who sailed to Quebec Canada in 1950 and wondered if anyone knows of any websites that may be of help to me. I already have the deatils for him from the passenger list but am trying to progress forward from here.

TIA
Chris

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Oxfordshire / Anne Wood Bapt 1814-1822 Satwell?
« on: Monday 01 June 15 12:42 BST (UK)  »
I am trying to find a baptism for Anne Wood and hopefully follow the Wood line back further but have hit a brick wall.

Anne Wood married in 1843 in Surrey and on the marriage certificate it states, full age. Her father was recorded as Richard Wood occ: Bricklayer.

In the 1851census she is recorded as being born c1821in Satwell Oxfordshire. She was recorded as being 42 years old when she was buried 1857. I have found no other sources of info for a birth date or place.

I did see a baptism on the familysearch website for an Anne Wood on 13th Sept 1818 in St James Cowley with parents Richard and Sarah Wood which seems a little distance from Satwell so thought that this might not be my Anne and I can't see any parish records for Satwell online, so if anyone can help or point me in the right direction I would be very grateful.


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Technical Help / Can't get onto the internet!
« on: Tuesday 07 October 14 15:01 BST (UK)  »
Hi,

Having moved form BT to Talk Talk (normal not fibre) my pc (windows 7) is fine but I can't get connected to the internet on my laptop (vista service pack 2). My laptop states that I am successfully connected but when I try to access the internet I get server not found, although it works fine when connected with an ethernet lead. Anyone have any suggestions on how to overcome this problem.

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Percy was born in 1886 in Gravesend Kent and was the 2nd son of Alfred & Elizabeth Toms.
He was living at 13 Palace Road Crouch End North London and was working as a Clerk when he joined the Royal Fusiliers on the 29th January 1916.
He  served as a Lance Corporal with the 1st/7th Battalion Middlesex Regiment and was killed on the 16th September 1916 at the Battle of the Somme, his body was never recovered and he is remembered with honour on the Thiepval War Memorial Pier and Face 12 D and 13 B

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Canada / What happened to this family??
« on: Wednesday 09 April 14 16:44 BST (UK)  »
Hi,

I have the following family who emigrated to Canada (details below) and am trying to find out what happened to them or where they might have gone after the 1911 census was recorded.

In 1905 Edward, Charlotte, Edward Ernest and Amelia Jane Webster emigrated to Canada.

Canadian Passenger Lists; 1865-1935
Name: Edward Webster
Gender: Male
Age: 30
Estimated birth year: 1875
Occupation: Railway Foreman
Date of Arrival: 11th August 1905
Vessel: Pomeranian
Port of Arrival: Montreal, Quebec
Port of Departure: London England
Roll:T-845
Travelling with: Wife, Charlotte, aged 29
                      Son, Edward E aged 10
                      Daughter, Amelia, aged 3

The 1911 Canadian census records:

Source Citation: Year 1911, Census Place:St Antoine Ward, Montreal, St Antoine Quebec, Page 28/29, Family number 257

Name: Edward Webster
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Age: 38
Birth Date: June
Birthplace: England
Relation to Head of House

Immigration year: 1906
Tribal: English
Province: Quebec
District: Montreal St Antoine
District Number: 180
Sub District: St Antoine Ward
Su District Number: 9
Place of Habitation: 515 1/2 Seigneurs
Neighbours: view others on page
Household Members: Name Age
Edward Webster 38 Packer (Depot)
Charlotte Webster 37
Edward Webster 16
Emilie Webster 9 <<<<<<<<<<<<< I think this was Amelia Jane
Florence Webster 1


Any leads gratefully received.

Chris

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Cambridgeshire / Bassingbourn marriage 1869
« on: Saturday 28 September 13 15:57 BST (UK)  »
Hi,

I have found a marriage for a Mary Rosendale to Alfred Christmas on 20th November 1869 in Bassingbourn Cambridgeshire on the family search website but I need to establish who Mary's father was to enable me to follow the Rosendale line back further. Does anyone have access to the Bassingbourn parish records that may be able to help me?

Thanks,
Chris


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Devon Lookup Requests / Plymouth/Exeter Records Office Lookup Required
« on: Friday 25 January 13 16:21 GMT (UK)  »
Hi,

If anyone can look up the following marriage details for me I would be most grateful.

Caroline Toms
Richard Bray
26/10/1840
Stoke Damerel
Entry No 384

I am particularly interested in the details for Caroline's father.

I would also be grateful if someone could do a look up for the General Quarter Sessions in Exeter on 28th May 1819 regarding the following prisioner for debt:

James Toms, Grocer of Devon

TIA

Chris



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