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Family History Beginners Board / Re: William James N H Peck: any children?
« on: Monday 01 May 17 04:10 BST (UK)  »
Thanks to all for your response and information.

All the best from sunny Melbourne

Family History Beginners Board / William James N H Peck: any children?
« on: Friday 14 April 17 03:00 BST (UK)  »
Please help. It appears as though William James Peck married Christina Appleby (b 1879) around 1918 in West Derby Lancs.  At marriage she was approx 39 yo. perhaps too old to have children.  How do I find out if they had any children?

Graveyards and Gravestones / Peck familygrave sites
« on: Thursday 13 April 17 09:40 BST (UK)  »
My Peck family has members that died in Warringtn Lancs in the1920 to1930's (and earlier).  How do I find out where they were buried?

Lancashire / Re: Pubs in Widnes 1871 - Is it still There?
« on: Thursday 13 April 17 09:32 BST (UK)  »
Those are my family, my dad was Walter b 1906 and Clarice my aunty. What I would love to find out is more about my Peck family when they lived in Widnes

Lancashire / Re: Pubs in Widnes 1871 - Is it still There?
« on: Thursday 13 April 17 08:09 BST (UK)  »
Dear Widnes Pub people!

A complete long shotbut here gies. Does anybody have information on the Peck family that lived in Widnes (at least in 1891)?  They moved to Penketh, Warrington and many years later my Mum & Dad ran an off licence in Warrington for 30 years

World War Two / Re: Find a Regiment
« on: Tuesday 10 January 17 06:31 GMT (UK)  »
Many thanks for your prompt reply.  The soldier was in the UK army and I will follow your suggestion.

All the best

World War Two / Find a Regiment
« on: Monday 09 January 17 23:45 GMT (UK)  »
Kindly help.  How do I find which regiment a person served in when all I have is their name, dob and location; death and location and their medals?  Likely service WW2

Many thanks

Dear Nunn family

I have just started to use Rootschat, what a great site.

I have nothing to add to the comments however, my great grandmother Priscilla (b 1846 in Chevington) was a Nunn.  She married Charles Peck in 1872 and had 7 children.  Could your Nunn and mine be related?

Happy New Year

Armed Forces / Re: William Peck, 2nd Cheshire Regiment
« on: Saturday 17 December 16 00:46 GMT (UK)  »
To all that replied many thanks indeed for the info'. As a beginner I struggle at times knowing where to look!

Wishing you a happy Xmas from down under

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