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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Warwickshire Fencibles 1700 england
« on: Monday 02 August 21 06:00 BST (UK)  »
Hi William married 1798 and he was in the forcibles then.
This is what ( have to say about the corps. So he was in already by 1798 and I would like to know the 1700 records. I think they were disbanded early 1800.

 Warwickshire Corps of Fencible Cavalry[75] or Warwickshire Regiment [12].[f]      Colonel George, Earl Warwick.[76] succeeded by Major-General George Churchill [77]Lieut-Col Francis Gregory of Styvechale Park (19 May 1794)Lieut-Col Charles Ed. Repington of Ilmington (17 Jan 1799)[78]   19 May 1794   April 1800   On 18 September 1797 they marched from Colchester to Sheffield to relieve a cavalry regiment sent to Scotland. Coventry, April 7 the last of the 6 troops marched in here and have been disbanded.[79]

Family History Beginners Board / Warwickshire Fencibles 1700 england
« on: Monday 02 August 21 05:33 BST (UK)  »
Greetings, I have searched and searched and can't find records for people belonging to the  Warwickshire Fencibles in 1700. My relative WILLIAM MOSES had Headon Batr (Batalion?) Sergt in the Warwickshire Fencibles as his employment in 1798. I want to get more information on his time in the group. Your help and guidance is greatly appreciated. thank you

Family History Beginners Board / Re: HISTORICAL NEWSPAPERS 1700-
« on: Monday 26 July 21 09:16 BST (UK)  »
Fair comment, wishfull thinking. Jenny

Family History Beginners Board / Historical Newspapers 1700-
« on: Monday 26 July 21 07:46 BST (UK)  »
Hello everyone, I've searched for hours trying to find free historical obituaries birth notices death notices etc. I don't know where to find them. Everything seems to be tied up with a subscription.

At moment I am looking for Salisbury and Winchester Journal.

All advice appreciated. thank you Jenny

Wow Sue, thank you, I couldn't see it like that. Jenny

Greetings all, can I add another question please? How do I find out what Alfred was doing from 1901 to 1911. Alfred went from being a draper's assistant to warehouseman back to draper??? On the MC with Violet Evemy Brown in 1904 Alfred identifies as warehouseman and that just doesn't make sense? many thanks in advance. Jenny (ps I prefer Jenny)

Thank you everyone, it has been wonderful to finally pin down the right information. Jenny

Greetings lovely people. I am at my wits end. I can't find any other information for:
Alfred Dale 33, draper,
DOD 2/8/1912 London,
bound for Australia
SHIP Orsova, Orient line

I can't find anymore out e.g. did he pay? where did he disembark? Where did he go to?

Also he nominated his wife violet evemy dale
17 Sep 1913 Queensland, Australia
DEPARTURE FROM LONDON, ENGLAND to Brisbane Ship Paparoa Departure 17 September 1913 Embarked in London Violet Dale, Brisbane, Housewife, 3?, Fred 9, Frank 7, Helen 5, Reginald 1

How can I find more of a story about their arriving in Australia?
There must have been someone they were going to?

thanks in advance, I've given up.


is there anyone with Society of Genealogists that might be able to help me? I am STILL trying to make sense of Bartholomew Dale from Helmsley, Yorkshire Est DOB 1717. I can prove a DNA link to his son James Dale DOB 26TH JUNE 1743 Helmsley,Yorkshire who married Margaret Beecroft OR Beacroft 1770.

I would truly value anything you can help me with on Bartholomew.

What I've got doesn't FEEL right. Thanks

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