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Offline dollylee

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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #36 on: Monday 20 June 11 05:20 BST (UK) »
I am sure happy with the help I am recieving. 

I think, at this point, it may be more helpful for you to make a new post on either the U.S. general board or the Military Board to help you with your question about William joining the Army.  It would have to be re-worded to make sense to "new eyes".  The title of this thread is no longer  appropriate for the information you are requesting.  Actually it hasn't been since we left the Robertsons.   :D

It is very important that you put a link to this thread so eager searchers don't spend time looking for information you already have.  Don't mark this thread as completed yet as there may be some people still working to find you information pertaining to other questions asked here.

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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #37 on: Monday 20 June 11 06:19 BST (UK) »
I know 'copy and paste'.
To post a link to this thread, I tried vewing berlin bobs information on tech issues, and using the computer.
I don't seem to see how to link this thread or others to this thread as requested is discussed.
I know 'copy and paste' so I am asking for help on how to do this 'link'.
I have seen this blue bar where people have been quoted to follow a quote.
I notice where I can click onto a blue printed font.
I see where Jacquie was able to take a picture of  Stewarts' parents marriage information.
I do not know how people do these things.
One of these are called 'a link'.
I should learn how to do this, I do not know if I missed berlin bobs information on this or maybe this information is somewhere else.
Where are these information pages, hopefully they are written very simply.
Laure (France);
Graham (Cumberland, England/Grahamsfield, Scotland), Taylor (Orkney);
Rogan, Johnston, McKinney, Irwin, Hamilton (Ireland);
Masters (Wiltshire, England).
Houldsworth (Sheffield, Middlesex)

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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #38 on: Monday 20 June 11 06:43 BST (UK) »
Hi Jacquie,
I followed Thomas Simpson using his age/dob;
I believe in the 1901 census
7  73 Simpson Thos. M   Head M Jan 8 1867 34
7 35   73 Simpson Maggie F   Wife M Apr 20 1871 29
7 36   73 Simpson T???? M   Son S Jan 15 1896 5
7 37   73 Simpson Violet F   Daughter S Sep 16 1897 3
7 38   73 Simpson Jack M   Son S Mar 24 1898 2
 
Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Vancouver (City/Cité), BURRARD, BRITISH COLUMBIA
District Number: 1
Subdistrict Number: d-23
Archives Microfilm: T-6428
They immigrated in 1894 first born was in NWT, the other two in Calagary, Alberta


Laure (France);
Graham (Cumberland, England/Grahamsfield, Scotland), Taylor (Orkney);
Rogan, Johnston, McKinney, Irwin, Hamilton (Ireland);
Masters (Wiltshire, England).
Houldsworth (Sheffield, Middlesex)


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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #39 on: Monday 20 June 11 15:06 BST (UK) »
I know 'copy and paste'.
To post a link to this thread, I tried vewing berlin bobs information on tech issues, and using the computer.
I don't seem to see how to link this thread or others to this thread as requested is discussed.
I know 'copy and paste' so I am asking for help on how to do this 'link'.
I have seen this blue bar where people have been quoted to follow a quote.
I notice where I can click onto a blue printed font.
I see where Jacquie was able to take a picture of  Stewarts' parents marriage information.
I do not know how people do these things.
One of these are called 'a link'.
I should learn how to do this, I do not know if I missed berlin bobs information on this or maybe this information is somewhere else.
Where are these information pages, hopefully they are written very simply.

Hi Razzy, I just sent you instructions in a PM. Hope they work for you. Cheers,
MACDONALD of Benbecula, Scotland, Earlswood/Wapella Sask
BAIN of Aberdeenshire, Trafford district, Red Jacket and Moosomin, Sask
CHEYNE of Aberdeenshire & Trafford district, Sask
FISHER of Yorkshire, Ontario & Saskatchewan
INKSTER of Shetland, Edinburgh, Sask and BC
GAUNT of Yorkshire, Kent, BC & Australia
KINCH of Ireland, PEI, Ab, Sask
CORCORAN of Ireland, PEI & Sask
GOTZ / GOETZ of Soufflenheim, Alsace & Ont
MITTELHAUSSER of Soufflenheim, Alsace
MULLER or MILLER of Drusenheim, Alsace & Ont

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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #40 on: Monday 20 June 11 17:37 BST (UK) »
The birth registration indicates the parents married in 1893 in St Johns Church, Newcastle.

Jacquie,
I have been trying for a long time and a difficult time trying to find Thomas and Alice Janes' marriage. The year falls into place. How did you find this?
I have tried freebmd and could never find their two names together.
I take it to be Newcastle upon Tyne, as there are three different Newcastles in England.
John George had a different mother (Sarah WILSON), 1st marriage of Thomas.


Razzy has started a new thread on the Newcastle marriage here http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php/topic,539692.msg3934081.html#msg3934081
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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #41 on: Wednesday 13 May 20 07:39 BST (UK) »
Hi Razzy,

Lars and Laura were the parents of my grandfather Olaf.