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World War One / Re: looking for pictures of 10th battalion welch regiment 1917
« on: Tuesday 30 September 14 08:56 BST (UK)  »
thank you is there a link to this? thank you

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World War One / looking for pictures of 10th battalion welch regiment 1917
« on: Monday 29 September 14 22:52 BST (UK)  »
I am looking for pictures of the 10th battalion Welch/Welsh regiment 1917 my great grandfather fought in the first world war and died in Flanders field he was killed in action and his body was never found. They were station in totes abd I have been unable to ascertain any further information

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Family History Beginners Board / Edward Davis, Bristol/West harp tree/Clutton/Somerset
« on: Saturday 27 September 14 11:08 BST (UK)  »
i am looking for more information of my great grandfather x3 Edward Davis. The only record I have for him is his marriage certificate. It does not list his age but "of age" he was working as a miller at the time and was said to be living in west Harptree and was a widow. His fatherís name was also Edward and he was listed as a sawyer. The marriage is listed as the 10th and 11th of august 1843 at st John the Baptist church, Bristol. He married Matilda Gough; her fatherís name was Samuel.

I cannot find Edward on any census record and by the next census he is missing and assumed dead. . Matilda had a child Alfred Thomas Davis on 24th June 1844, living in upper Easton, Bristol. The most intriguing of the information I have since discovered though Alfred was christened at st Marys west Harptree, on 8th July 1844 and was also christened in temple, bristol on 1st June 1845 both have the same birth date so we can rule out the childs death and subsequent naming of the next child with the same name (please see attached.

I would like to know when Edward died and if any more information about Edwards previous marriage/life and death and of Edward senior.

 

Thank you for your time



Ben Davis

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Nottinghamshire / Re: Nat Langham 1820-1871
« on: Monday 13 August 12 15:07 BST (UK)  »
it has been deletd, mine is g a f f er 5 6 0  at msn . com

if that does not show up, where else can i find you to contact you? lol

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Nottinghamshire / Re: Nat Langham 1820-1871
« on: Thursday 09 August 12 08:52 BST (UK)  »
Dear Frank,

I have been trying to send the pictures but the website is saying there is an issue, if you couuld let me know your email address i will send them to you

Best Regards

Ben

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Nottinghamshire / Re: Nat Langham 1820-1871
« on: Friday 27 July 12 09:54 BST (UK)  »
Dear Frank,

I do not know if you know this, but there is a plaque to him in Hinckley, as to where he was born. I walk past it every day, if you don't already have the picture I will take one on my phone and send it to you.

Best Regards

Ben

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