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Cheshire Lookup Requests / Re: Vernon's of Little Budworth
« on: Wednesday 16 February 11 20:08 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Bill I have been on the Beta site but found nothing more than I already knew from records office. Quite a few Vernons in Little Budworth I'm sure we will be related further back. I'm just puzzled as to why Mary & Joseph would have married in Great  Budworth. Wish the banns for Little Budworth for that period hadn't gone missing/been destroyed. Regards Lynn

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Cheshire Lookup Requests / Vernon's of Little Budworth
« on: Wednesday 16 February 11 18:03 GMT (UK)  »
I would be grateful for any thoughts anyone has on the Vernons which is not an uncommon name in Cheshire.
My relative Joseph Vernon bn1821 Little Budworth to Joseph and Mary Vernon. He seems to be their first child. Siblings Sarah 1825, Ann 1827, Martha 1830 & Abraham 1833 all baptized Little Bud and on every census entry for all birthplace is Little Bud. So i thought I would look for marriage of Joseph & Mary in Little Bud- Not there. Banns are missing around this date.
Bertram Merrell has a marriage though for Joseph Vernon and Mary Towers in Great Budworth in February 1821 banns for this marriage say both are of Great Budworth parish. Do you think I am safe to assume that these are my relatives and for some reason decided to marry in Great Budworth which I know is not right next door to Little Budworth

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The Common Room / Re: Online Parish Clerks - OPC
« on: Wednesday 16 February 11 15:48 GMT (UK)  »
Agree to all said about OPC's. They are wonderful

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Family History Beginners Board / louis selig's wife
« on: Sunday 02 January 11 10:34 GMT (UK)  »
happy new year to everyone
sorry to have disappeared over christmas we don't get time to indulge on things like family history over christmas do we.
anyway here is the excerpt from my relations birth certificate and I would be grateful if anyone can help me read the mothers maiden name.

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Louis Selig
« on: Friday 17 December 10 13:47 GMT (UK)  »
Right hopefully this is how its done. Here is the part of Fanny's Birth cert which gives her mothers  maiden name but can anyone help me read what it is. :D

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Louis Selig
« on: Friday 17 December 10 13:32 GMT (UK)  »
NOT VERY GOOD AT THIS AM I !!!!!!!!!!!

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Louis Selig
« on: Friday 17 December 10 13:27 GMT (UK)  »
Hopefully I have now managed to scan in the marriage cert for Mary and Louis. Still working on Fanny's birth cert. ;)

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25 July 1858 New Hebrew Congregation, Liverpool
Louis Selig Kusel age 42 bachelor, merchant of 44 Lime Street and
Rebecca Kusel age 36 spinster of 44 Lime Street.

Married at 44 Lime Street acc to rites & Ceremonies of Jewish religion
Witnesses David Davis, W Schreier

Signed D.M. Isaacs, minister
Louis Davis, secretary
 
No father names or occupations shown[/color]

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Louis Selig
« on: Thursday 16 December 10 18:06 GMT (UK)  »
PHEW
Its going to take me a month of sundays to sort this out. So many questions.
Sorry to have been away thought I had managed to scan certificates in and email them to myself but just tried to open them and I can't so I still can't post them on this site- will have to try again tomorrow.
Right Justin thank you so much this is what I wanted to hear-you ask was I surprised well I had a great Aunt who used to tell us about a German member of the family who had a title but grandmother couldn't stand her and would pooh pooh her so I have no details.
Marriage cert says married in the dwelling house 44 Lime Street according to rites and ceremonies of Jewis Religion in the prescence of David Davis, W Schreier, D M Isaacs(Minister), Louis Davis (Secretary) . There are no fathers names given for either bride or groom.
Wish i could let you see them. Thanks you so much ;D

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Louis Selig
« on: Wednesday 15 December 10 08:07 GMT (UK)  »
Carole, I hadn't thought about that . He became naturalised in 1853 so it is a possibility I can explore. Thank you so much

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