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Lancashire Lookup Requests / porter family of warrington
« on: Wednesday 13 August 08 22:09 BST (UK)  »
has anyone heard of thomas Porter who lived in Warrington during the mid 1800's he was the inn keeper off the Marquis of granby pub1860 to about 1871 the whole family were immersed in the brewery trade even to making gingerbeer and glass blowing

Armed Forces / Re: the 25th regiment
« on: Wednesday 22 March 06 15:59 GMT (UK)  »
thanks for all your help I will a  hire  :-*a researcher  very soon

Armed Forces / Re: the 25th regiment
« on: Tuesday 21 March 06 21:58 GMT (UK)  »
thanks will do that as can't go myself because I have not been out of the house for six months as I care for my 86 year old mother-in-law who has alzhiemers I have just managed to get one day a week day care and they are on strike next week. I can get to the library if someone stays with her and thats all 

Library and FHS Lookups / 1850's lookup at kew
« on: Tuesday 21 March 06 08:44 GMT (UK)  »
This is a very big big favour to ask anyone, but if they are going to kew could someone lookup the pension, and discharge details on a private Patrick Sculley, who was stationed at Pembroke dock in 1858 where his daughter was born and registered as Margaret and his wife was with him Mary sculley. Hewas living as a pensioner on the 1861 census in salford. and does not appear on the 1871 census and his wife has married again so I presume he has died. he was in the 25th regiment  :-*thanks

Armed Forces / Re: the 25th regiment
« on: Sunday 19 March 06 19:46 GMT (UK)  »
would I have to get a researcher to find the details of his service record I presume there are no sites where I can obtain this he had a pension on the 1861 census

Armed Forces / the 25th regiment
« on: Saturday 18 March 06 19:14 GMT (UK)  »
Hi I haven't a clue about regiments but have just had certificate confirming what I have thought for a while that my ancestor,Patrick Scully was in the army this certificate dates from 1858 and is from Pembroke Dock, where he was a private now where do I find out more ?

Cheshire / Re: Cheshire Surname Research Potts/Williamson Taxal
« on: Wednesday 28 September 05 09:56 BST (UK)  »
I am researching the Potts and Williamsons of Taxal, Rainow and kettleshulme between 1700 and 1830. The name kezia pops up a lot and Jemima  and a very strange one karen Happuck Potts. they were nearly all christened at taxal church, st James   

Cheshire / Potts and Williamson
« on: Friday 16 September 05 07:33 BST (UK)  »
I have been looking for ages for a Jane Williamson and have finally found her she is related to the Potts family which seems to be huge, is anyone else doing research in this area who could help. My Potts is a Keziah baptised Taxal and Jemima baptised Prestbury, but I think from Rainow, but this could be anywhere in that area. Kesiah born 1791who married William Williamson in 1817 and Jemima born1787 father and mother John Jane Potts Rainow or Kettleshulme same parents for Kesiah and Jane I think.and maybe same husband   

Montgomeryshire Lookup Requests / Re: Matthew Thomas born Montgomery 1796
« on: Wednesday 14 September 05 10:23 BST (UK)  »
thanks Jan, I found the relatives on the site you mentioned a few years ago  but not Mathew, sorry for not being clearer bad habit always having to rush,  need to find him in llandussul now   

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