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Re: The Diary of Nathaniel Bryceson Revisited Again
« Reply #99 on: Monday 02 June 14 15:04 BST (UK) »
Sorry Nesta, have been snowed under with other things and unable to concentrate on this quest. I will leave myself a note to compose a letter.  :)

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Re: The Diary of Nathaniel Bryceson Revisited Again
« Reply #100 on: Monday 02 June 14 15:30 BST (UK) »
Its OK - me too !

Have just read my post and its a bit short and to the point - sorry didn;t mean it like that just posted very quickly in my break whilst having a look at rootschat

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Re: The Diary of Nathaniel Bryceson Revisited Again
« Reply #101 on: Monday 02 June 14 21:52 BST (UK) »
Its OK - me too !

Have just read my post and its a bit short and to the point - sorry didn;t mean it like that just posted very quickly in my break whilst having a look at rootschat

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;D No worries Nesta. ;)

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Re: The Diary of Nathaniel Bryceson Revisited Again
« Reply #102 on: Monday 02 June 14 22:41 BST (UK) »
Draft letter PM'd to Nesta.  ;D
Keeping everything crossed for a good outcome.


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Re: The Diary of Nathaniel Bryceson Revisited Again
« Reply #103 on: Monday 02 June 14 23:41 BST (UK) »
Granny Shepard  :)
Mary Sheppard
St Pancras, Middlesex, London
Vol: 1
Page: 0228
October - December 1851

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Re: The Diary of Nathaniel Bryceson Revisited Again
« Reply #104 on: Tuesday 03 June 14 00:17 BST (UK) »
Granny Shepard  :)
Mary Sheppard
St Pancras, Middlesex, London
Vol: 1
Page: 0228
October - December 1851

Could be her, thanks hasta.  :)

Very odd that I remember that we had found a possible death for Granny Sheppard, then just a few days ago neither Deb nor I could find any at all. Now, you have found this one.

What does everyone think about this death? Look like a good bet? ;)

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Re: The Diary of Nathaniel Bryceson Revisited Again
« Reply #105 on: Wednesday 04 June 14 13:32 BST (UK) »
Hi everyone,

I hadn't received any notices and decided to check in. :) I, too, have been a bit bogged down with other things.

That death reg. for Mary Sheppard looks great. Thanks hasta!!!!  I still can't spot it on Ancestry  :-\
Did you find it on FindMyPast?

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Re: The Diary of Nathaniel Bryceson Revisited Again
« Reply #106 on: Wednesday 04 June 14 13:46 BST (UK) »
Hi deb usa
No it's not on Ancestry, but is on FindMyPast and FreeBMD.

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Re: The Diary of Nathaniel Bryceson Revisited Again
« Reply #107 on: Tuesday 10 June 14 20:03 BST (UK) »
I took a look at Percy Passage today finally.  It's really hard to take photos though due to the narrowness.  All you can do is stand at either end and shoot down it really.  (Almost made a video while walking down it, but it's so busy at lunchtimes and my nerve failed me  :-\)

Anyway the pics concentrate on the south side as that's the side least changed from Nat's day (as per previous discussion the north-side buildings have been completely replaced since then.)  Hopefully you can see from the photos that there are several doorways and windows in the south side, although all we can do really is speculate about what they once might have been.