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Ancestral Family Tree DNA Testing / Re: How to add NPE to a tree
« on: Friday 12 June 20 19:11 BST (UK)  »
Thanks gadget, that seems a way to avoid either adding an extra son or choosing one. Iíll add it to the original tree and make that private since his sister  is keen that the other siblings donít find out.

Davidft, thanks - I will do that.

Jo

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Ancestral Family Tree DNA Testing / How to add NPE to a tree
« on: Friday 12 June 20 17:07 BST (UK)  »
Please move if in the wrong forum.
My husband has found out that, through dna, that his father is not his birth father. I have narrowed it down to likely be one of three brothers as the particular  family has done a lot of dna tests on Ancestry. Several of the matches are very close (600-800 cm). Iíve built a  ( private, given the circumstances) tree and would like to add my husband in but Iím not sure how. Is it possible to link him to the known grandfather without a definite father? Plus, would it make any sense to link his motherís side to this tree ( I currently have a separate tree for his parents which is public).

Thank you for any advice

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Shropshire / Re: Illegible Record
« on: Sunday 19 April 20 19:15 BST (UK)  »
Hi, your link takes you to a sign up page. Could you say which area it is? Thanks

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The Common Room / Re: Why were these deaths registered so late
« on: Thursday 01 August 19 09:41 BST (UK)  »
Thank you so much. Iím on Ancestry but didnít see these! I keep forgetting to look on family search q

Jo


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The Common Room / Re: Why were these deaths registered so late
« on: Thursday 01 August 19 08:43 BST (UK)  »
Hi maidenstone,

The time of birth and death is shown on the certificates but have been misremembered or confused over the months as Jane is shown as dying at 8 30 am aged 1/2 hour but in the later birth cert the birth is recorded as 5 30 pm. I was too mean to buy both babiesí certificates so donít know if the little boy was similar. 

Jo

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Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Cause of Admittance/Death
« on: Wednesday 31 July 19 18:02 BST (UK)  »
It might be asthenia - Iíve just come across this on a certificate. It means abnormal physical weakness or lack of energy

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The Common Room / Re: Why were these deaths registered so late
« on: Wednesday 31 July 19 17:34 BST (UK)  »
Thank you both,

Jo

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The Common Room / Why were these deaths registered so late
« on: Wednesday 31 July 19 17:13 BST (UK)  »
I was perusing my great grandmotherís 1911 census entry and thought I would try and find the 6 ( of 17) children who did not survive. I didnít even find all the surviving children for some reason but I did find what appeared to be a set of twins both recorded on the same page (1893 D quarter Pancras Vol 01b p10): Jane and Anthony Sullivan. Looking for the deaths I found what seemed to be the same babies, however the deaths were recorded 1893, J quarter, Pancras 01B p3, I.e. earlier than the births.

Iíve now received the pdfs for Janeís birth and death which shows the birth and death occurring on 17/4/1893 due to prematurity and asthenia (weakness). The death was recorded on 20/4/1893 ( by an aunt, Ē in attendance ď) but the birth not until 1st November by the mother.  Iíd assume it was the same for the other baby.

How unusual would this be? I thought there was a 42 day limit to record births. It seems likely my great grandmother might have been unwell as the aunt registered the deaths but how would they miss the births?

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance

Jo

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The Common Room / Re: Canít find a birth
« on: Wednesday 24 July 19 08:40 BST (UK)  »
Can anyone tell why some records are officially closed ? Thanks

I believe it means they are still living- itís for privacy I assume

Jo

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