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New Zealand Completed Requests / "Papers Past" Updates Part III
« on: Tuesday 21 August 12 22:25 BST (UK)  »
Yes thats right folks we are now starting Part III
Our much loved updates and discussions re Paperspast hit the max limit
http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php/topic,609737.0.html

so now we need to start a new thread
Yesterday bought many of us joy and will continue to bring hours of new research and finds
For those of you just joining in..yesterday saw the release of

Latest additions to Papers Past (August 2012): http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast

•Dominion (1907-1920)
•Free Lance (1910-1920)
•Press (1915-1920)
•Te Puke Times (1913-1920)
•Thames Advertiser (1874-1899)


We all give sincere thanks to the hardworking team at Paperspast
Bye
Althea

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Gloucestershire / Baptism for Elizabeth Reece/Rees c1845
« on: Tuesday 21 August 12 06:49 BST (UK)  »
Can anyone help...
Death certificate tells us that this lady was born at CLIFTON, England c1845
That her father was a BLACKSMITH

Elizabeth REECE or REES came to New Zealand c1861 and married c1864 in Auckland (Rego not yet found) to William Robert or Robert William MURRAY.

At Free BMD there are some possinilities

Births Mar 1844   (>99%)
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Rice  Elizabeth     Clifton  11 299   
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Births Jun 1844   (>99%)
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Rees  Elizabeth Jane     Clifton  11 291   
Rees  Elizabeth Jane     Clifton  11 298   

Births Mar 1845   (>99%)
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Rees  Elizabeth Jane     Clifton  11 336   
 
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Births Jun 1846   (>99%)
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Rex  Elizabeth Alice     Clifton  11 294   
Rooks  Elizabeth Jane     Clifton  11 306   

Have looked at lots of census but can't see many possibilites yet
Bye
Althea

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Kent Completed Lookup Requests / St Lawrence< KEnt is where??
« on: Sunday 19 August 12 08:13 BST (UK)  »
Helping a fellow researcher and we have several entries that say their rellie was born St Lawrence, Kent

I can't see a parish named that, is it a mistake? or is it amalgamated with another parish

Many thanks
Althea

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Shropshire / Thomas & Mary Cornes at Newport 1750s
« on: Wednesday 15 August 12 06:10 BST (UK)  »
Help, I just can't get used to the new family search site
I have found children born to this couple and christened at Newport
Edward Cornes:  christening: 03 Nov 1754 NEWPORT,SHROPSHIRE,ENGLAND , death: 30 Aug 1755 
Thomas Cornes:  christening: 09 May 1756 NEWPORT,SHROPSHIRE,ENGLAND
William Cornes:  christening: 26 Jun 1757 NEWPORT,SHROPSHIRE,ENGLAND   
Mary Cornes:  christening: 21 Feb 1749 NEWPORT,SHROPSHIRE,ENGLAND
 Jane Cornes:  christening: 11 Mar 1752 NEWPORT,SHROPSHIRE,ENGLAND
Then Ann christened 26 Aug 1759 Shifnal

Would love to find a possible marriage for Thomas and Mary and their deaths

Any suggestions?

Bye
Althea

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New Zealand Completed Requests / WWI file non urgent **Completed**
« on: Saturday 11 August 12 01:50 BST (UK)  »
Any one other than Spades on deck for these at present
Dear Spades, don't want you over burdened again

http://archway.archives.govt.nz/ViewFullItem.do?code=21379333
Its NANKERVIS, William - WW1 27139 - Army 1914 - 1917
he married a cornes and he died KIA
Ceno file for those interested
http://muse.aucklandmuseum.com/databases/general/Cenotaph/11314.detail?Ordinal=5&c_surname_search=nankervis

Was given award
Military Awards: Military Medal (MM)
 
Award Circumstances: London Gazette, 17 December 1917, p13201, Rec No 1391: For conspicuous gallantry in the field. On the 4th October east of St Julien this man went into the attack as a Company stretcher-bearer and from then until the Battalion was relieved on the 6th instant he worked ceaselessly evacuating wounded at all times and under the heaviest fire. Furthermore he was the means of saving many lives by his prompt and skillful bandaging of the wounded. His work throughout was of the very highest standard, and was carried out at great personal risk. He showed conspicuous devotion to duty and the greatest possible praise is due to him for his work, which showed he is possessed of steadfast courage, splendid endurance and cool organisation

Many thanks
Althea

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Technical Help / Voice to text software **completed**
« on: Friday 03 August 12 03:25 BST (UK)  »
Does anyone have an knowledge of this software..lots available but what is best.

Ideally it needs to be used to transcribe oral history recordings.
I'm wondering how we could use it..If we have a mp3 recording/Cd would it be able to transcribe?
Would I have to be listening and then read back what I am hearing..to get a voice to text transcription..

Need help, it takes too long to listen and then type up transcriptions for a non-specialist typist!!!

Many thanks
Althea

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New Zealand Completed Requests / WWI defaulters
« on: Tuesday 17 July 12 10:11 BST (UK)  »
Anyone had any experience looking into defaulters

are there personnel records? war files?

Bye
Althea

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Armed Forces / Charles Arthur Banks WWI
« on: Thursday 21 June 12 18:45 BST (UK)  »
Looking for the war record for this man

Wondering if he served with British, Canada? Can;t see him with NZ

There is this one at Doc online
Description Medal card of Banks, Charles Arthur
Corps Regiment No Rank
Royal Engineers  Second Lieutenant
Royal Engineers  Captain
 
Date 1914-1920
Catalogue reference WO 372/1 

??Could this be the C A Banks from Thames NZ

Here is his background

http://www.thetreasury.org.nz/Banks.htm

Bye
Althea

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Have filed a report at Legacy but someone here maybe able tp solve it quicker

When I go to save info in Legacy 7;5 get error message and it closes

ErrorMessages:. Run-time Error 76 Path not found

This is on a new Windows 7 laptop..first time I have used it with this machine
Hope it is compatible with Windows 7!!

Tried there solution on help pages, which was to reset location where temp files are stored
but hasn't solved it

Anyone had the same thing?
Bye
Althea

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