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Re: Thomas Hunter Stuart + Mary Teresa Tyler
« Reply #72 on: Wednesday 29 September 21 12:00 BST (UK) »
A Thomas Hunter - private in 78th Regiment - born Scotland - is in Barracks at Blackburn, Lancashire on 1841 census (remember ages rounded down in this census).

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Re: Thomas Hunter Stuart + Mary Teresa Tyler
« Reply #73 on: Wednesday 29 September 21 21:33 BST (UK) »
Nice one annette,
Ive quoted that and mine together in two new Scottish boards both Dumfries and Scottish General

A Thomas Hunter - private in 78th Regiment - born Scotland - is in Barracks at Blackburn, Lancashire on 1841 census
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 Thomas   Hunter   1051   Private   1841   78th Regiment Of Foot  
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Re: Thomas Hunter Stuart + Mary Teresa Tyler
« Reply #74 on: Wednesday 29 September 21 21:49 BST (UK) »
Just came through from the Scottish board....to my surprise!!!

New Abbey is a parish in Kirkcudbrightshire (now part of Dumfries and Galloway).

Looking at the indexes on Scotlandspeople, there is no record of a Thomas Hunter marrying in the whole of Kirkcudbrightshire between 1780 and 1825. There is no record of any Thomas Hunter being baptised in the whole county between 1800 and 1825. There is no record of a Thomas Hunter having any children of any name baptised in the whole of the county between 1800 and 1825.


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Re: Thomas Hunter Stuart + Mary Teresa Tyler
« Reply #75 on: Wednesday 29 September 21 22:01 BST (UK) »
You were already given that information


(NOTE: New Abbey is in Kirkcudbrightshire, not Dumfriesshire)
I could not find a OPR for any birth around that time in New Abbey.

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Re: Thomas Hunter Stuart + Mary Teresa Tyler
« Reply #76 on: Wednesday 29 September 21 22:18 BST (UK) »
You were already given that information


(NOTE: New Abbey is in Kirkcudbrightshire, not Dumfriesshire)
I could not find a OPR for any birth around that time in New Abbey.

Please don’t copy and paste from the other boards. We are all able to read those.

I had posted the links to three boards, not two.  I had anticipated Ricky would select one of those three to start a new thread, however it seems there's two new threads,  neither of them on the Kirkcudbrightshire board. 

Also, I strongly support Neales comments about copy paste.  In general terms it is best to avoid copy pasting as it can involve infringing copyright.   

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Re: Thomas Hunter Stuart + Mary Teresa Tyler
« Reply #77 on: Wednesday 29 September 21 22:46 BST (UK) »

https://www.forces-war-records.co.uk/
enter Thomas Stuart click then
select Victorian conflicts on page one of 3

If you use RChat's own search option, you may be surprised at the threads commenting on and discussing forces war records.   

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Re: Thomas Hunter Stuart + Mary Teresa Tyler
« Reply #78 on: Thursday 30 September 21 15:05 BST (UK) »
Nice one annette,
Ive quoted that and mine together in two new Scottish boards both Dumfries and Scottish General

A Thomas Hunter - private in 78th Regiment - born Scotland - is in Barracks at Blackburn, Lancashire on 1841 census
or
 Thomas   Hunter   1051   Private   1841   78th Regiment Of Foot 
How does this work. are you guys able to follow on the other boards


It helps and saves time if you provide links to your related threads.
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