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Messages - sandiep

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Gallicrow would it be possible for you to PM me with email you have I have tried the one I had but no reply and cant see another for him online at present  thanks

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yes Tony was person I had email contact with but it was a long while back but I will try again to contact him thanks

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Has anyone a copy of this book it doesn't seem tp be available at present I believe it may have been privately printed.…..sometime back I was in touch with a member of th De Bolfo family who was going to try to get a copy for me but never got back to me,
My interest is in Elizabeth who is my direct relative

thanks sandie

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Ireland / Re: Who is Maria Maeder married 1826 in Dublin?
« on: Sunday 12 January 20 19:22 GMT (UK)  »


Rivetting.....    ;D

https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSJW-C94Y-L?i=9&cat=185720
Good grief! That's going to take some deciphering. And I see his bride, Mary Dogood there too, with a bit more family history to explore. Amazing work, Hallmark.

if you manage to translate it let me know :o made me go crosseyed

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Ireland / Re: Who is Maria Maeder married 1826 in Dublin?
« on: Friday 10 January 20 22:36 GMT (UK)  »
sorry didn't mean to confuse you I only found your messages today hadn't seen any before and I don't know Minihistory so yes I was just helping it is just a coincidence that its my family as well so you have helped me as well thank you

think I will go to bed know before we both get more confused  ;D

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Ireland / Re: Who is Maria Maeder married 1826 in Dublin?
« on: Friday 10 January 20 22:21 GMT (UK)  »
sorry Heywood only just saw this

I didn't have the marriage you gave and I have been researching the Rosiers as James brother who also was Transported John Rosier is my 3 xGreat Grandfather,
 

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Ireland / Re: Who is Maria Maeder married 1826 in Dublin?
« on: Friday 10 January 20 21:47 GMT (UK)  »
I do think that the marriage of John Gaspard Maeder and Mary Dogwood 1807 is correct

James & Maria called their son James Gaspard Rosier and gave her maiden name as Maeder in all cases.

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Graveyards and Gravestones / Re: Tracing where the grave is
« on: Friday 13 December 19 20:46 GMT (UK)  »
there are some Shropshire burials on Findmypast but unfortunately I cannot find any Thomas Deaves for 1861 sorry

Have you tried the Shropshire Family History Society

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Gloucestershire / Re: Müller orphanage in Ashley Down
« on: Thursday 05 December 19 20:45 GMT (UK)  »
I contacted the Muller organisation and found them really helpful they sent me all the info they had on my orphans including the birth certificates which saved me more than it cost, They really are worth contacting,

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