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Messages - J.R.Ellam

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Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: Marriage Dead End
« on: Tuesday 08 September 20 07:09 BST (UK)  »
If he is born in Scotland could the marriage be in Scotland.

John

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The Common Room / Re: Cause of death - 1883
« on: Thursday 27 August 20 07:15 BST (UK)  »
Hi

I think if it was an abortion and not a miscarriage their would be an inquest so might be worth looking in the papers.

John

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The Common Room / Re: GRO
« on: Monday 24 August 20 07:09 BST (UK)  »
Hi

Just got a marriage certificate and it was about 3 weeks.

Don't know about local offices I order mine on line.

John

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Hi

Just some more time to have a look before going into work.

Think Muriel's birth could have been registered in Sheffield 1914 mother maiden name Croft with Ronald registered at Penistone.

John

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Hi

Just seen your post.

Had a look at the 1939 register and going by the address if was is a church marriage I would say you have 4 main possibilities; Huddersfield Saint Peter's (parish church), Huddersfield Saint Mark's (the closest), Huddersfield Saint Andrew's & Huddersfield Saint Paul's.
My family lived in the area and it is mostly gone know but a small part of the road is still there.

John

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Hi

I will try & clear up what was in each parish but it could just confuse you a little.
South Crosland & Netherton was in the Almondbury Parish and had it's own chapel. Slathwaite, Linthwaite & Marsden are in both the Huddersfield & Almondbury Parishes & had their own chapel, so depending on which side of the valley they lived would depend on which parish they where in. Crosland Moor & Lockwood was in the Huddersfield Parish. Wooldale was in Kirkburton Parish.
It is complicated you can have people living a couple of yards from each other who would be in different parishes & it was then further complicated by the Luddite movement.

John

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Yorkshire (West Riding) / Re: Lees family circa 1850 christenings (Huddersfield area)
« on: Thursday 06 August 20 07:34 BST (UK)  »
Hi

Found the banns of marriage for Abel Hall Lees in Penistone to Elizabeth Broadhead but no GRO reference to a marriage.

Do not know much about Quaker but I think the main Quaker House was in the  Penistone area, there was a small meeting house in Paddock, Huddersfield

Interesting another Abel Hall Lees was born Cheshire a few years earlier could be worth a look.

John

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The Common Room / Re: Help with finding Lal Newton
« on: Friday 31 July 20 16:17 BST (UK)  »
Hi

Just got the marriage certificate. Lal Newton married F.A.B. Stein at Birmingham registry Office Feb 1920, it gives her age as 21 & she is a music hall artist, her father was Wally Newton, deceased musical hall artist.

With them being music hall artist they could be both using stage names so could be hard to trace.

John

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The Common Room / Re: Help with finding Lal Newton
« on: Wednesday 22 July 20 08:11 BST (UK)  »
Thank you for the research into Walter & Emma.

It is looking like my theory was wrong I will just have to wait until the certificate comes so I can get the extra info.
Will keep you posted.

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