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The Common Room / Irish Petty Court Sessions
« on: Thursday 30 June 16 13:19 BST (UK)  »
Could any tell me if Ancestry has the Irish Petty Court Sessions, in Premium package? I know the other does, but need the world sub.

Thinking of maybe getting access to Ancestry as well, if can access these

Thanks Cas

The Common Room / Researching others FH
« on: Sunday 05 June 16 10:38 BST (UK)  »
Do others get those that want full history, without buying a cert.

I enjoy helping, but spent lots tracing my own.  Why post if your not at some point interested in doing this?

I don't get it, if interested, it's a financial maybe in future..

Those that ask for help, some never return, those when you state you need that cert, some just gone, do they think their FH can be done completely by another?

Know not all are like this, some are truly interested in their past, but just lately those I have chosen to help ...

Just a vent, think I need another hobby in my freetime from work.


Hi all, a question for those that know. Am thinking of having this testing done as in genealogy it intrigues me.  But TBH I don't understand it.

Can any give a low down in simplistic terms. Or is it too complex.

What will I hope to find? 

Big ask?


Gloucestershire / Christina Gibbons Marriage ?
« on: Monday 18 April 16 20:01 BST (UK)  »
Marriages Jun 1902   
Gibbons Christina Chipping S. 6a   455   
Hook    Lily Chipping S.    6a 455    
Lovell George David Chipping S.   6a 455
Shaw Robert Chipping S. 6a 455   

Looking to see if any have parish records to see if this is my ' Christina Gibbons'. Have all history on parents, and most but a few children. 

 1891 father Richard with wife Harriet and son youngest son John in  Wickwar. Richard dies 1896. Harriet and John only in 1901. Harriet dies 1907  Family 1881 for ref

Can any locate Christina in 1891/1901 or confirm if the above marriage is hers, with father Richard,

Thanks if any can help, will renew subs in a short while.


The Common Room / Free access Irish records all March
« on: Friday 11 March 16 14:48 GMT (UK)  »
On Ancestry homepage they claim all Irish records are free to view through March, for those without a sub.  I can open some like bapts, but unable to open civil reg or tithe books etc.

Anyone know why, if they claim all are free?


Galway / 1851 extracted census
« on: Tuesday 08 March 16 02:29 GMT (UK)  »

Could some kind person inform me of the above link.  My GGG grandfather was Thomas Baggot/Baggott/Bagot. In 1901 Irish census he is down as aged 50, with two dau.  What was the purpose of extracted census?  Is it possible this is him, no age given, but there is 4yrs written by whoever prossessed.  These parents have the same names of two of his children. Is there an original census beside extracts? 

Thanks if you can help

Census and Resource Discussion / 1939 Register
« on: Friday 19 February 16 12:02 GMT (UK)  »
Are requested look ups for the 1939 register, for those that have a sub, banned as the 1911. As in no info can be posted?


Glamorganshire / 1901 census look up
« on: Monday 22 December 14 18:34 GMT (UK)  »
Could some kind peep, look up

Alfred Lacey c1873 and wife Mary Jane c1876, possible with son Sidney c1901 Should be in the Ystradyfodwg area (Rhondda) possibly Trealaw or Dinas

Marriages Sep 1900   
Davies    Mary Jane    Pontypridd 11a   909    
Lacey    Alfred         Pontypridd 11a   909

With thanks


Glamorganshire / 1984/1985 Miners Strike
« on: Sunday 07 December 14 10:56 GMT (UK)  »
Added to this thread

Got me wondering out of curio on the board, and know it was more widespread than South Wales, Mid Glamorgan..did any go throu the 1984/85 miners strike as I did with my man, and two young children?

If any did as part of history and the coal eventually ended, would like to hear you thoughts? Or if you was not affected how you felt..bit of incite into history for the mines and Welsh people who relied on the pits for wage as in decades past.


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