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Durham / Re: Looking for Charles Smith 1891 and before.
« on: Tuesday 19 April 22 12:00 BST (UK)  »
Thanks all for your replys, and confirming Charles Smiths death in 1920. i may need to get the marriage certificate to confirm who his father was x

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Durham / Looking for Charles Smith 1891 and before.
« on: Tuesday 19 April 22 08:17 BST (UK)  »
Hi all
Im trying to trace a Charles Smith but going around in circles so im hoping you lovely lot can have a look for me please.
Charles Smith married in 1892 in Sunderland, Durham to a Mary Le Bihan (as transcribed on Ancestry), i have Charles in 1901 as being born Germany, British Subject living in Sunderland with wife Mary and their two children Lillian aged 8 b.Sunderland and Ernest (Charles) aged 5 b.Sunderland. His wife Mary aged 29 was also born in Sunderland. On the 1911 census their address is given as Gas office, Fawcett Street, Sunderland and Charles is transcribed as born in Sheffield Yorkshire. I cannot find Charles in the 1891 census or the earlier ones. The 1921 census shows Mary as a widow and living with their daughter Lillian and husband.
Any help locating Charles is appreciated.
Thanks
Also Marys marriage is transcibed on FindMyPast as Mary Le Bimon, but she is added to the wrong husband. I cant find a marriage for a Charles Smith on FindMyPast.

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Lancashire / Re: Maud Scott-Masseuse 1917
« on: Friday 25 February 22 11:18 GMT (UK)  »
Heywood Thankyou x

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Lancashire / Re: Maud Scott-Masseuse 1917
« on: Thursday 24 February 22 12:00 GMT (UK)  »
Hi
I cant seem to see the record for the Yokohama trip for John and Maud, is it on Ancestry or FindMyPast?
Also they had a daughter called Karin in 1921, the name Karin is Swedish for Catherine, just thought i would share that bit of info with you x :)

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Lancashire / Re: Maud Scott-Masseuse 1917
« on: Wednesday 23 February 22 14:34 GMT (UK)  »
Jamcat
Yes im definately interested thankyou, i think this is definatley the correct Maud Scott, there are to may coincidences for it not to be. There is the Sweden connection within her Scott family, Maud Smith is a masseuse in 1939, and the fact she gave her son the middle name of Oscar , it cant be just a coincidense surely x

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Lancashire / Re: Maud Scott-Masseuse 1917
« on: Wednesday 23 February 22 13:06 GMT (UK)  »
Mckha489
Looking at the children of Maud and John Smith i see they had a John 'Oscar' Noel Smith, the fact that the name Oscar is part of Johns middle name surley cant be a coincidence if it is the correct Maud that her first son Helmars father had the same name, maybe Maud did this as part of her memory for Helmar that she gave away and never saw again x Interesting thought

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Lancashire / Re: Maud Scott-Masseuse 1917
« on: Wednesday 23 February 22 12:53 GMT (UK)  »
Wow i wasnt expecting all of this when i got up this morning, but thank you all loads for your help.

Jamcat95 yes the neutralisation records would be a great help thank you, if you can let me know where you found them ill have a look.

Heywood i am going to have a look at the 1939 register for Maud M smith in Staffs shortly

Mckha489 thankyou for the info on the dates im going to check it out now

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Lancashire / Re: Maud Scott-Masseuse 1917
« on: Tuesday 22 February 22 09:38 GMT (UK)  »
i hope that helps somewhat x


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Lancashire / Re: Maud Scott-Masseuse 1917
« on: Tuesday 22 February 22 09:37 GMT (UK)  »
Hayworth, thanks for your help.
Helmar wrote his life story in a book before he died but sadly didnt get to see it published. Some info about his early life is below:

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