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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: translation on back of photograph
« on: Monday 25 February 13 13:48 GMT (UK)  »
It's Yiddish. If you don't get an answer on this forum, try posting it here

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/

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6770
The Common Room / Re: question regarding 1940 birth certificate
« on: Monday 25 February 13 12:29 GMT (UK)  »
This normally indicates that the informant registered the birth at an office outside the area where the birth took place. The registration would then be passed back to the appropriate register office. It was quite common during the war years.

6772
London and Middlesex / Re: peters court
« on: Sunday 24 February 13 23:07 GMT (UK)  »
I think you need to try to locate the Parish Register for her burial

I think this will probably have been a Jewish burial, so no parish register.

6773
London and Middlesex / Re: peters court
« on: Sunday 24 February 13 22:44 GMT (UK)  »
Peters Court will surely be the address from which she was buried, not the place of burial.

Peters Court was a short alleyway of dwellings south of Rosemary Lane, running parallel to it and crossing Cartwright Street. It's shown on Horwood's 1799 map.

http://www.motco.com/map/81005/SeriesSearchPlatesFulla.asp?mode=query&artist=388&other=665&x=111&y=11

6774
Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Deciphering the crime
« on: Sunday 24 February 13 19:29 GMT (UK)  »
Transported for...?

St[ealin]g Wear[in]g Apparel

6775
Durham / Re: Can anyone help with this surname ????? Falguith
« on: Saturday 23 February 13 19:53 GMT (UK)  »
Possibly a variant or misreading of FALCUS(S), quite common in that area.

6776
Does this help?

Sanatio in radice - revalidation of a marriage by reason of a consent formerly given, but ineffective at the time owing to some ecclesiastical impediment.

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15256c.htm

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London and Middlesex / Re: St Mary Abbott's, Kensington burials/ deaths 1830s-40s
« on: Thursday 21 February 13 23:03 GMT (UK)  »
I was referring to the typescript transcriptions, shelved in the Middle Library.  :)

KENSINGTON (St. Mary Abbots) : C 1676-1850, M 1776-1837, C(I) 1676-1850, M(I) 1776-1837 (7 vols.) [Typescript.]
Shelf mark    MX/R 129-135

KENSINGTON (St. Mary Abbots) : B 1676-1726, vol. 1 [Typescript.]
Shelf mark    MX/R 136

KENSINGTON (St. Mary Abbots) : B 1726-85, vol. 2 [Typescript.]
Shelf mark    MX/R 137
   
KENSINGTON (St. Mary Abbots) : B 1785-96, vol. 3 [Typescript.]
Shelf mark    MX/R 138
      
KENSINGTON (St. Mary Abbots) : B 1796-1830, vol. 4 [Typescript.]
Shelf mark    MX/R 139   
   
KENSINGTON (St. Mary Abbots) : B 1830-53, vol. 5 [Typescript.]
Shelf mark    MX/R 140   
      
KENSINGTON (St. Mary Abbots) : B(I) 1676-1853 [Typescript.]
Shelf mark   MX/R 141
   
(also monumental inscriptions and other items)

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