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Sussex Lookup Requests / Re: Electoral Rolls for 1992 to 2000
« on: Sunday 08 September 19 10:16 BST (UK)  »
Morning Dom,  I have replied to your Ancestry message.  Kindly check your Spam folder as I was notified via my Spam Folder that there was a message for me from Ancestry.

Regards,

Kathryn

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Surrey / Re: Mother and Baby Home run by Nuns in Churt in the 1960's
« on: Saturday 25 July 15 19:27 BST (UK)  »
Hi again Helen, thank you so much, it was in my spam box.  Boy does that bring back memories.  Have you any idea when that one was taken?   If any more come to light I would be grateful to receive them please.

Kindest regards

Kathryn

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Surrey / Re: Mother and Baby Home run by Nuns in Churt in the 1960's
« on: Saturday 25 July 15 19:25 BST (UK)  »
Hi Helen, its not come through yet but will look out for it and notify you once I've received it.  Oh actually I haven't checked my spam box.

Talk soon.

Kindest

Kathryn

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Surrey / Re: Mother and Baby Home run by Nuns in Churt in the 1960's
« on: Saturday 25 July 15 18:27 BST (UK)  »
Hi Helen, what a star you are.   Thank you so much.   I will PM you my email address.  I remember the Nursery.   When I was there in 1965 we (us girlies) held a kind of show and I danced part of Swan Lake.   Thank you so much.  Will PM you just now.

Kindest

Kathryn

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Surrey / Re: Mother and Baby Home run by Nuns in Churt in the 1960's
« on: Saturday 25 July 15 17:18 BST (UK)  »
Hi all, does anyone have any photos of the inside of the Home and/or the Nuns?  I know some girls had cameras and took pictures of their babies.   I was not allowed and the Nuns told all the girls not to let me take a photo of my child.   Just one of the punishments some of us had to endure for having a child out of wedlock.  Not sure about the rest of you but I was never taught sex education at school and my parents never spoke to me about the same.   I think its horrendous that we were so punished for something that we didn't understand or ask for.

Anyhow, if anyone has any photos of the inside of the Home as it was and/or the Nuns and grounds then kindly private message me.

Kindest as ever

Kathryn

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Surrey / Re: Mother and Baby Home run by Nuns in Churt in the 1960's
« on: Saturday 25 July 15 08:45 BST (UK)  »
Hi Shelley.   I've sent you a personal message.

Kindest regards

Kathryn

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Hi Nicole.  I've sent you a personal message.

Kind regards

Kathryn

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Armed Forces / Re: Help please regarding a Sergeant in the 4th/60th Rifles
« on: Monday 09 March 15 07:20 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you so much for all your help and time spent on my query.  Unfortunately am off to work now and am unable to use the Internet at work.   Just my luck when it's free.  Will have to pay a sub I expect to view the records.   Hey ho. What a brilliant find though.   I did wonder what happened to some of the children as I couldn't find anything on them. I will still try to look for Arthur's marriage to Annie though.   If anyone finds anything else would you please be so kind as to let me know.  Once again many thanks.

Regards

Kathryn

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Armed Forces / Help please regarding a Sergeant in the 4th/60th Rifles
« on: Sunday 08 March 15 19:40 GMT (UK)  »
Not sure if this is the right board, if not kindly point me to the correct one.

I have an Ancestor who was a Sergeant in the 4th/60th Rifles.  He was in India from around I believe 1870 and was back in England in by 1901.   He married twice whilst in India his first wife passing through child birth in 1880.   Am wondering if anyone can tell me please where I might find his army record.   His name was Arthur Clark (sometimes spelt with an e on the end).  Born 1846 in Chelmsford, Essex.   Arthur is shown on his first wife's death notice in 1880 as being a Sergeant in the 4th/60th Rifles and also shown on his marriage cert to his second wife in 1881 as a Sergeant in the 4th/60th Rifles.  As above, he is back in England in 1901, shown in the Census of that year but not actually sure what year he returned to England.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards


Kathryn

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