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Peggy, in addition to my reply I have found 2 other entries for the obit for Catherine Fisher:


Catherine L. Fisher
in the U.S., Newspapers.com Obituary Index, 1800s-current


Detail Source
Name:                   Catherine L. Fisher
Maiden Name:       Lennox
Gender:                   Female
Residence Place:   Barrlngton
Death Date:               Abt 1985
Obituary Date:           9 Aug 1985
Obituary Place:     Chicago, Illinois, USA
Newspaper Title:   Chicago Tribune
Spouse:                    J. Kuue.J
Child:                    Betty Splelman, John R. Jm


AND:

Catherine L. Fisher
in the U.S., Newspapers.com Obituary Index, 1800s-current


Detail Source
Name:                  Catherine L. Fisher
Gender:                  Female
Residence Place:   Barrinoton
Death Date:           Abt 1985
Obituary Date:          9 Aug 1985
Obituary Place:     Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Newspaper Title:   The Philadelphia Inquirer
Child:                   Batty Spuania, John R.


Ray

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There is an obituary but I don't have a subscription for the Newspaper records. By the look of it, it is not a detailed obituary. Here is the outline detail:

Catherine U Fisher
in the U.S., Newspapers.com Obituary Index, 1800s-current


Detail Source
Name:               Catherine U Fisher
Maiden Name:       Lennox
Gender:               Female
Residence Place:    Bafifnuien, M
Death Date:       Abt 1985
Obituary Date:       9 Aug 1985
Obituary Place:       Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Newspaper Title:     The Philadelphia Inquirer
Spouse:               J. Russaf
Child:               Betty Spiefmen, John R.

Hope this helps

Ray

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Monmouthshire / Re: 1871 census Nantyglo
« on: Tuesday 22 March 22 16:10 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks both, I am local and did'nt think the original writing looked like  Garn Fach but when I have had another look and enlarged it it definitely is Garn Fach.

Thanks again Rootschat

Ray

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Monmouthshire / 1871 census Nantyglo
« on: Tuesday 22 March 22 13:15 GMT (UK)  »
On the 1871 census in Nantyglo there is a transcription for a town called Garmach.

I believe this transcription to be incorrect but I just cant find a likely replacement, help rootschat

in the 1871 Wales Census

1871 Wales Census
 
Detail Source
Name:   Henry Smith
Age:   25
Estimated Birth Year:   abt 1846
Relation:   Son
Father's Name:   Francis Smith
Mother's Name:   Mariah Smith
Gender:   Male
Where born:   Bradford, Wiltshire, England
Civil parish:   Aberystruth
Ecclesiastical parish:   Nantyglo
Town:   Garmach
County/Island:   Monmouthshire
Country:   Wales
Registration district:   Bedwellty
Sub-registration district:   Aberystruth
ED, institution, or vessel:   5
Household schedule number:   40
Piece:   5316
Folio:   88
Page number:   8

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United States of America / Re: Arthur Nunneley b. 1882 Completed
« on: Sunday 06 March 22 12:25 GMT (UK)  »
Brie, have found Arthur's reception record from the State Hospital records. Have sent you a pm.

Ray

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United States of America / Re: Arthur Nunneley b. 1882 Completed
« on: Friday 04 March 22 23:02 GMT (UK)  »
So sorry Brie, must break your heart to hear about poor Arthur.

Ray

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United States of America / Re: Arthur Nunneley b. 1883
« on: Friday 04 March 22 15:05 GMT (UK)  »
Just found a border crossing from USA to Canada July 1904 for a A Nunnaley (Clerk) age 22 years who states that he landed in Philadelphia on 13 April 1903 on the ship Friesland.

On that Passenger list Arthur gives his last address as S Woodford and that he intends going onward to Canada

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United States of America / Re: Arthur Nunneley b. 1883
« on: Friday 04 March 22 14:58 GMT (UK)  »
Brie, the information I have came from a 1907 sailing on the ship Campania arriving in New York       9 June 1907.

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United States of America / Re: Arthur Nunneley b. 1883
« on: Friday 04 March 22 14:43 GMT (UK)  »
On the passenger list with Arthur Nunneley was a William Nunneley 2 years younger than Arthur with occupation Policeman. Both men give last place of residence as Woodford. They also give their place of birth as Woodford.

William had been a member of the 40th Squadron, 10th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry. He had been discharged 6 Jan 1902. His father Charles Nunneley.

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