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New Zealand Completed Requests / Re: No record of death in NZBDM
« on: Sunday 09 June 19 05:31 BST (UK)  »

This web page maybe of interest

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1842_in_New_Zealand

Jean Price

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The Common Room / Re: Is it Ok to add someone else family tree to a website?
« on: Wednesday 29 May 19 08:21 BST (UK)  »
You could add this family to WikiTree. You may find him and/or his family already there.

https://www.wikitree.com/

Jean

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Berkshire / Re: Bowling Alley, Basildon, 1851
« on: Thursday 23 May 19 08:49 BST (UK)  »
I have dug such a big hole for myself that I think I will now scuttle away into the darkness.

Apologies for wasting your time. I will also practise my reading skills.

Jean

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Berkshire / Re: Bowling Alley, Basildon, 1851
« on: Thursday 23 May 19 08:13 BST (UK)  »
Thank You to you too KGarrad

My original question was wrong (I think).
Bowling Alley is probably an area/suburb/district/neighbourhood - I had said road/street.

I had hoped that a person who knew Berkshire/Basildon would be able to describe the area. The Berkshire Family History Society https://www.berksfhs.org.uk/ says that it is a local place name in Basildon.

It really does not matter. My question was of no importance.
Regards
Jean

32
Berkshire / Re: Bowling Alley, Basildon, 1851
« on: Thursday 23 May 19 06:19 BST (UK)  »
Thank you for answering me Pauline.

Jean Price

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Berkshire / Bowling Alley, Basildon, 1851
« on: Monday 20 May 19 06:38 BST (UK)  »
Hello All,

In 1851 John Albury, a baker and grocer lived with his family in Bowling Avenue.
Can a person who knows this area give me some idea of where to look on a modern map for this road/street?

Thank you

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Wicklow / Re: Professional Researcher for County Wicklow
« on: Wednesday 27 March 19 21:52 GMT (UK)  »
That is brilliant Revolution.

For the very first time I have another name to ponder, worry over, and research - Anthony was a steward and I suspect he worked at Castle Ward - which is just down the road as it were - as a steward - goodness knows how I could verify that - and if he had a pub in Saintfield then that is in the same area.

Hope Hallmark comes up with something

Jean


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Wicklow / Re: Professional Researcher for County Wicklow
« on: Saturday 23 March 19 06:06 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you for your reply Revolution,

Yes, I am definitely looking at DNA to help with brick walls. (One might just be about to come down in England with another of my ancestors).

I do suspect that my Anthony Fawcett is English born, and I am even more sure that his father is English. I just cannot find the link between the two men.

I will have a look at your Australian Fawcett names.

Regards,
Jean

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Down / Re: Surname Claney/Clanney/Clanny
« on: Tuesday 15 January 19 02:30 GMT (UK)  »
Thank you very much BallyaltikilliganG,

I really had dug myself into a hole thinking I would never find any relations of Jane Clanney. I will now look at all the Clany's with great enthusiasm.
Yes, my Jane is the one married to Peter Fawcett, who of course is also a brick wall.
And yes, my married name is Price, and Yes, you wouldn't believe it but they come from Comber, but have nothing to do with the Price's of Saintfield House. The Price's are very well documented and we are in touch with family there - some have visited us in New Zealand, and we have cousins who have returned to visit.
So now I am off to see what sort of Clany trees I can build.
Thank you very much for such an informative email.
Jean

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