Author Topic: David Emmett  (Read 174 times)

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Re: David Emmett
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 20 February 21 12:17 GMT (UK) »
The good thing is that the register is available to view online (free) so OP can see it for themselves  :)

I do not trust transcripts or other peoples trees and always like to see originals where possible

ADDED Should have said that was a good find DOB7  :)
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Re: David Emmett
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 20 February 21 12:28 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Rosie99. I Agree - always check the original sources where possible. I love it when we get back to 16th century entries - obviously an old school cleric. Matanzas - you may find this useful for translating the entries https://www.genuki.org.uk/big/LatinNotes
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Re: David Emmett
« Reply #11 on: Sunday 21 February 21 13:28 GMT (UK) »
I enjoy reading your messages Rosie99 and DOB7 with the knowledge and skill that you demonstrate and I am very grateful for your help.
As I have read many times one doesn't always get the same result from a site each time you enter the same data or, indeed, get a result at all.
It is all to easy to take data from someones tree because it agrees with one's own.  Roots Chat has shown up my errors there for which I am grateful.  I must admit I had difficulty deciphering the Latin script in the Parish entry let alone translating it.
I shall now spend some time improving my research and thank you both again
Emmett, Nelson, Webber, Rossiter, Lambourn, Gilbey, Chumbley, Osborne