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Cheshire / Re: MONKS COPPENHALL street
« on: Yesterday at 04:27 »
42 Hulme Street.

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Cheshire / Re: MONKS COPPENHALL street
« on: Yesterday at 04:25 »

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Adoption 1921
« on: Friday 19 April 24 23:45 BST (UK)  »
The mother should appear in the 1921 census, and this record will give you information about her age and birth place.
The symbol may have something to do with St Bernardo's records?
Without seeing the document you mention, or knowing the details on the birth certificate, or even knowing a name and place, it is difficult to know how to help further.

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Warwickshire / Re: matilda mayes/masey
« on: Friday 19 April 24 23:36 BST (UK)  »
I don't have a link to that particular census anymore, but I would certainly look at the original document, and not rely on a transcription.

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Wigtownshire / Re: McMeckan / McClymont
« on: Friday 19 April 24 23:07 BST (UK)  »
Death certificate (1863) for James is available from Scotlands People and will give you details about his parents.
MCMECKAN   JAMES   age 74   mother's maiden name - AGNEW      
1863   501 / 25     OLD OR WEST KILPATRICK
   

Death certificate (1861) for Agnes is available from Scotlands People and will give you details about her parents.
MCMEIKAN   AGNES   age 60   mother's maiden name - MCMEIKAN      
1861   501 / 66        OLD OR WEST KILPATRICK


   

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Wigtownshire / Re: McMeckan / McClymont
« on: Friday 19 April 24 22:56 BST (UK)  »
JAMES McMECKAN and AGNES McCLYMONT
Marriage 20 Jan 1811 Kirkcolm, Wigtownshire

There are baptism records for the following children -
•   John 1815 Portpatrick
•   Mary 1818 Portpatrick
•   Elizabeth 1822 Portpatrick
•   Agnes 1828 Portpatrick


From census records:- James – born Kirkcolm abt 1791, Agnes born Portpatrick abt 1792
1851 census (click on link)
https://www.freecen.org.uk/search_records/5a149126f4040b9d6e8c3e44/james-mcmechan-1851-dunbartonshire-west-kilpatrick-1791-?locale=en

1841 census – shows some other children in addition to those with baptism records
https://www.freecen.org.uk/search_records/5902e9a5e9379091b1dadad6/james-mcmicking-1841-dunbartonshire-west-kirkpatrick-1796-?locale=en


1861 census Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire , Bankside. (Ancestry transcription)
James McMechan 70 Stone wrighter? Born Kirkcolm
Agnes McMechan 68 wife born Portpatrick
Agnes McMechan 29 daughter born Portpatrick

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Does the DC you quoted mention spouse/s or children? 4 of Frederick and Ellen's children were bn after 1901?

You would need to look at the death certificate to see the details of his family, etc.
From the parents’ names and place it looks correct.

His spouse, Ellen was born 1844 and died in 1895 – so children born after 1901 not possible.
Which children do you think were born after 1901?

I suspect the names someone has attached to the posted photo may be incorrect.
I agree the older man looks into his 80s, but the younger man is more than 40 – more like in his 60s. (See the hanging jowls and loose skin around his neck)


If I am looking at the correct family …
Frederick Robinson was born 1837 in Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire to Joseph Robinson (a carpenter) and Elizabeth Stearne

In 1854 Sydney, Frederick married Emma Durrant : Children – Frederick R. 1857-1913, Richard 1859-1897, William Edward 1862 – 1945

A second marriage in 1873 for Frederick to Ellen Mary Gumley, nee Condon: Children – Walter Robert 1874-1934, Charlotte Louisa 1875-1940, Percival Austin 1878-1949

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Free Photo Restoration & Date Old Photographs / Re: Date of photo please early 20C
« on: Thursday 18 April 24 22:39 BST (UK)  »
DO you have this death?

Name   Frederick Robinson
Death Date   1901
Death Place   Newcastle, New South Wales
Registration Date   1901
Registration Place   Newcastle, Australia
Father   Joseph
Mother   Elizabeth
Registration Number   14510

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/216996690/frederick_robinson

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Australia Resources & Offers / Re: Honeysuckle Point near Newcastle NSW
« on: Thursday 18 April 24 03:53 BST (UK)  »
Right on the waterfront in central Newcastle port - now called Honeysuckle Foreshore.
There used to be large railway workshops there and now there is the museum.
The original old hotel was called “The Locomotive”, then “The Civic”, on Hunter Street.
https://livinghistories.newcastle.edu.au/nodes/view/46430

https://www.hccdc.nsw.gov.au/sites/default/files/2019-01/Honeysuckle%20PDP%20Summary-Jan19.pdf

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