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Offline philsearch

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Jones where do i start
« on: Friday 01 April 05 22:01 BST (UK) »
My grandad John Jones married Ruth Eveline Kelland in monmouthshire about 1910 plus or minus 5 years. He had a brother Tom or Thomas I need to know more on the very difficult Jones side please. cheers philsearch.
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Re: Jones where do i start
« Reply #1 on: Friday 01 April 05 22:11 BST (UK) »
Hi Philsearch

This could well mean a search through the GRO marriage indexes to find the listing and then purchase a marriage certificate.  You can view the indexes online (pay per view) - looking for Ruth KELLAND (the least common name) and then cross matching to find Mr JONES with the same reference number.

A marriage certificate can then be purchased (7) to get some info on Mr JONES and, hopefully, proceed further.

Good luck

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Re: Jones where do i start
« Reply #2 on: Monday 04 April 05 10:45 BST (UK) »
Hi i have a john andd thomas jones in my family tree from Clytha in monmouthshire, did he have anymore brothers and sisters.John was born in1860 and thomas 1856
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Re: Jones where do i start
« Reply #3 on: Monday 04 April 05 11:18 BST (UK) »
Hi Philsearch,

this might also be a good place to look:

It's a web-site, that started off as a family history of one Jones family, and is expanding to include EVERY Jones in the UK !

For instance:
The Jones UK Database is an ever growing list of Jones ancestors from all over the UK that have been and are still added by the many people all over the world that are seeking their elusive ancestors. Is yours there?

Jones BDM & Census Records is a collection of data from around the UK which has been added by many visitors to the website. BDM means Births, Deaths & Marriages

Try it and see !

And let us know, how you get on !!!

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