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Surrey / Re: Assisi Mother & Baby Homes
« on: Saturday 16 October 21 13:58 BST (UK)  »
I have a birth certificate of a child born in 1956, St Francis of Assisi Hammer Lane Grayshot. The father of the child has been left blank. The child was eventually adopted and grew up in Ireland. I am eager to discover the father's name for two reasons. One, he is probably a cousin of mine, according to DNA and the child would like to know the name of her biological father.

I there anyway in which we could discover who he is. He fought hard to resist the adoption process.....

Here's hoping for a reply......many thanks, Steve

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London and Middlesex / Re: St Francis of Assisi Hammer Lane Grayshot 1953
« on: Thursday 14 October 21 20:11 BST (UK)  »
I have a birth certificate of a child born in 1956, St Francis of Assisi Hammer Lane Grayshot. The father of the child has been left blank. The child was eventually adopted and grew up in Ireland. I am eager to discover the father's name for two reasons. One, he is probably a cousin of mine, according to DNA and the child would like to know the name of her biological father.

I there anyway in which we could discover who he is. He fought hard to resist the adoption process.....

Here's hoping for a reply......many thanks, Steve

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Occupation Interests / Re: Boatbuilder & Banjo Maker
« on: Sunday 24 June 18 21:01 BST (UK)  »
I was born in Kingston and grew up in Chessington. I now live in Kent....

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Occupation Interests / Re: Boatbuilder & Banjo Maker
« on: Sunday 24 June 18 18:44 BST (UK)  »
Hi again, Ed.
I have sent you a Rootschat personal message containing my email address.
Carole

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Occupation Interests / Re: Boatbuilder & Banjo Maker
« on: Sunday 24 June 18 09:07 BST (UK)  »
I own a Parslow Banjo.....it has recently be given to me from my father who played in various jazz bands centred around Kingston and south London. Notably, The Fighting Cocks. He purchased the banjo around 1953/4. I have, this morning, PM ed Ed Parslow and I am looking forward to hearing from him...

Steve

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Northumberland / Re: Birdhope Craig Presbyterian Chapel
« on: Saturday 03 June 17 13:30 BST (UK)  »
Thank you Lazytee for posting the original question....I believe my 5x great grandmother was baptised there in 1755, Isabell Scott...........very interesting.

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World War One / Re: Great Uncle George b. 1898
« on: Thursday 17 November 11 00:04 GMT (UK)  »
His father was Thomas J Ridley, bn abt 1869 Mickley Northumberland
     mother was  Mary A,            bn abt 1875 Seghill   Northumberland
     brother was Thomas W         bn abt  1895 Wall       Northumberland
     sister          Elizabeth  A        bn abt 1900 North Shields 

they were living in 1901 at 45 Middle Street, North Shields.

George was born New York Northumberland abt 1899.

I subscribe to ancestry.co.uk and I have spent a few minutes browsing your family. There a number of people who have researched and have included  your Ridleys right back to 1755. Also one of the trees has your Leck family some way back. What I can do, is pass on your request to those tree owners together with your email, You never know, they may be happy to share thier information with you.

Ridley is a 'boader reiver' name. Google this. All the Ridleys will be connected in some way. My Ridleys came from the same region as yours. It is very likely we are distantly related. I have had some amazing experiences discovering my family. Have fun! I suggest you contact me on *   Write a short note with your introduction and request. I can then cut and paste to those families with a common research as yours.

best wishes, Steve
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World War One / Re: Great Uncle George b. 1898
« on: Wednesday 16 November 11 00:35 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Trini, The George Ridley from West Wylam mentioned by Phil, is my great grandfather. My Greorges parents do not match the names you spoke of. Happy to help, steve, 
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Census Lookup and Resource Requests / Re: Royal Navy Census 1881/91
« on: Wednesday 15 June 11 16:54 BST (UK)  »
If I find one, I will let you know, regards, steve

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