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The record returned by FindMyPast under this collection is a transcript only - there are no images. The record is endorsed/marked "Index _ IRI. Used by permission of Familysearch Intl."
Heywood's link refers to an "Index".

 

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Canada / Re: "Goyer Phare" - Nova Scotia - did he exist?
« on: Yesterday at 14:32 »
Re. Findagrave link details -
Nova Scotia Death record -    https://archives.novascotia.ca/vital-statistics/death/?ID=42582

Baptism FindMyPast (image/transcript)
Agness Pellow, bap 11 Jun 1797, parents Peter and Elizabeth, place Sourton


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Meath / Re: Town land not found
« on: Sunday 28 May 23 19:24 BST (UK)  »
Could Kingsland relate to Barnewall, Viscount Kingsland?.
 
Have seen mention of Kingsland of Donabate, Co. Dublin. Not Co. Meath but in that general area.
https://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000302274

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Europe / Re: Belgium Records
« on: Sunday 28 May 23 14:12 BST (UK)  »

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The Lighter Side / Re: Slapdash census enumerators.
« on: Sunday 28 May 23 14:00 BST (UK)  »
Contributors to this thread might be interested in a 9-minute video on 'Setting the Record Straight', Episode 13.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7bkoe4bVhI

Bookbox - thanks for posting. A 9 mins well spent.

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Yorkshire (North Riding) Lookup Requests / Re: 1901 Census Help Please
« on: Saturday 27 May 23 20:52 BST (UK)  »
Deleted - dates confused

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Breconshire / Re: Abode in Llandewi Abergwesyn
« on: Saturday 27 May 23 19:43 BST (UK)  »
I read a lot yesterday about the building of Llyn Brianne which included looking at old photos of the area, Fannog farmhouse re-appearing when the level sinks because of drought.
I'm a beneficiary of the development drinking Llyn Brianne water daily!

Thanks for the post. 

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The Lighter Side / Re: Slapdash census enumerators.
« on: Saturday 27 May 23 19:33 BST (UK)  »
I'm with the enumerators and the job they did with so much against them, particularly the '41 Census. 
They were unlikely to get rich -
"The persons employed in taking the new census are to e paid in proportion to the number of houses or persons in the districts assigned to them; from 10s for every district containing less than 50 inhabited houses or 30 persons, up to 1 1s for every district containing from 150 to 160 inhabited houses or 900 to 960 persons enumerated, with an increasing rate of 1s for every 10 additional houses or 60 additional persons."

"THE CENSUS - a bill to provide for the better remuneration of the enumerators, to lessen their work, and to alter the day of taking to the 7th of June, was introduced into the House of Commons and read a first time on Friday, and a second reading ordered for Monday".
I think (1) an additional payment of 5s and (2) other than the enumerator could deliver the forms pre Census was proposed.


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Breconshire / Re: Abode in Llandewi Abergwesyn
« on: Saturday 27 May 23 17:11 BST (UK)  »
https://places.library.wales/search/52.152/-3.714/13?alt=&page=1&refine=&query=%22thomas%20jones%22&order=desc&sort=score&rows=100&county%5B%5D=Brecknock&parish_facet%5B%5D=Llanddewi%20Abergwesyn&leaflet-base-layers_94=on

This shows the modern map and Llyn Brianne. Cribin is now markerd 1 and 2. No 1 is certainly under Llyn Brianne. Click on Tithe map overlay to confirm location.
2. Untick Tithe map overlay and click on 1888 map. You already have this. The buildings have disappeared and just noticed a "Ford" (Rhyd in Welsh) marked near Clyn-glas.

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