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Gloucestershire / Re: Mustoe - Siddington
« on: Thursday 05 December 13 08:54 GMT (UK)  »
I have a fair few Mustoe's in my tree as I'm related to the Randell's in Siddington and surrounds. Ann Randall b 1796 married Luke Mustoe b 15 Nov 1792, Siddington, on the 14 Jun 1814 Siddington and was witnessed by Andrew and Sarah Mustoe. Ann is my great grand Aunt.
Would be interested to know if I have things right with the Mustoe's too.
Hi Gina
How lovely to have a new connection. Yes I have Luke in my tree - I am descended through Matthew Mustoe - Luke and Andrew are his brothers. Would be very interested in sharing information. Where did you find the marriage for Luke, I thought I had looked everywhere !

Gloucestershire / Re: Mustoe - Siddington
« on: Tuesday 29 October 13 12:47 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Colin
Nice to hear from you 'out of the blue'. Yes, I do have Raymond Mustoe in my tree. I am descended from Harry Mustoe who was Raymond's younger brother. I like to collect info on all the siblings so do have some info on Raymond, but not much on Elsie Winifred, although I think I do have a little, I will have to check. I would be interested to swap stuff with you if you want to.

I am also interested in your Shurmer of Latton family and would like to learn a little bit more about them.

Gloucestershire / Re: Mustoe - Siddington
« on: Thursday 28 July 11 13:08 BST (UK)  »
Then you are a treasure - thank you very much

Gloucestershire / Re: Mustoe - Siddington
« on: Thursday 28 July 11 08:37 BST (UK)  »
Many thanks for this, Victor. You have cleared up a couple of problems for me.
Are you linked to the Mustoe's in any way?

Family History Beginners Board / Re: Suicide
« on: Friday 31 July 09 08:24 BST (UK)  »
Although harrowing reading it really is worth going for the newspaper report. All witnesses and some relatives are mentioned. Also look for the funeral notice. In those days, especially in tragic cases, the newshounds were there at the funeral and all who attended and their relationship to the deceased are mentioned and also all the floral tributes named are given. In my case I found a whole new set of relatives I did not know existed. Also if you have an exact date of death, for a small fee, most libraries will look at their microfiche for the week or so following the death and will print off the report and post it to you. Look for the nearest main library to the death scene and the major newspaper of the time. Good Luck

Gloucestershire / Mustoe - Siddington
« on: Wednesday 29 July 09 18:23 BST (UK)  »
Looking for anyone who may be researching the Mustoe family of Siddington

Family History Beginners Board / Re: Suicide
« on: Wednesday 29 July 09 18:09 BST (UK)  »
I agree the reports can be harrowing, my relation threw herself under a train and even the newspaper report repeated word by word what was said at the inquest - but it is still good to find out what happened and why

Family History Beginners Board / Re: Suicide
« on: Wednesday 29 July 09 14:31 BST (UK)  »
You can contact the local coroners office, but i think there is a 50 or 75 year delay. i was able to get my relatives post mortem details from 1929 for a fee

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