"I just had a look at a tree on Ancestry and it has his birth certificate on the tree. It lists his birth as the 16 October 1868 at Stratton St. Margaret it lists his father as James Robert Wilford Hatcher and his mother as Matilda Hatcher formerly…"
I have the Melita local history book and no mention of the family. I often travel that route on my way back to see family in Saskatchewan and will stop at the cemetery to see if I can find any headstones.
Any idea where and when Herbert…"
I have traced the family of Herbert Ernest Cotton baptized 26 September 1874 in Barham, Kent to Melita, Manitoba.wife: Alice Willis born 1862 Thackham, Berkshire.They married 26 November 1895 at St. Mary the Virgin, Elham, Kent.The had 5 children that I know about:Arnald Bernard Cotton born 1896 Elham, Kent Died: 25 June 1903 in Winnipeg, ManitobaBlanche Cotton born 1898 in Elham, Kent. Died: 9 February 1916 in Melita, ManitobaLilian Ada Cotton born 1899 Elham, Kent. Died 16 June 1903 in…See More
"The IGI is an Index of Genealogical records from the LDS church. Each batch number refers to a specific set of records. This is what their site says about it
International Genealogical Index (IGI)
The International Genealogical Index was a…"
"I have a sub to both actually as I took out a findmypast subscription years ago as they were the only ones who had the 1911 census on a subscription. They have some other records that ancestry does not have that I find very useful. My research is…"
"Debra: Can you give us some more information. Who and when did she marry, the marriage record will give us the name of her father and his occupation. That should enable us to find her on a census and maybe find some siblings. The more information…"
"This could well be your Michaels birth record. Found on Ancestry Irish births:
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"On Familysearch.org there is a baptism for her as follows. This should fit in very well with what David11000 has already found for you. I looked at the Bishops Transcrips but this baptism is not there just the transcription of it.
"I think I have found the marriage of this couple for you. It appears though Fanny was married twice first in September Q 1889 District keighley vol 9a page 275 to John Robert Tattersall. Now in the December Q 1897 a Fanny Tattersal marries most…"
"Ok I did some digging on the internet. Can I ask you if Joseph Huxley married Emily Young in 1882. If so I found a tree on ancestry that is very well documented with marriage and birth and death certificates for Joseph Huxley. Let me know if I…"
Born Calgary, Alberta and when a young boy of 6 moved with family to British Columbia and have lived there ever since. Now retired and able to spend quality time on my research. Found it difficult to do much on my research when I was still employed but now I do have the time.
Names I Research & their locations .... (please be specific here)
England: Norfolk: Hammond Betts Bringloe
Kent: Friend Pattison Mannering Clayson Small Bean
Yorkshire: Hammond Lane Scaife Snowball
Co. Durham & Northumberland: Simpson Richardson Dunn Forster Wright
In Australia: Pattison Clayson Friend
In New Zealand: Amos Row
In the United States - Michigan - Stroud; New York - Hullock
I got started researching my family history ......
because when I grew up I never met a living relative had no aunts, uncles, cousins or grandparents. So when my daughter asked me about my grandparents I could not tell her very much as I did not know. That started my quest and since then I have actually met living relatives for the first time.
I have been doing genealogy since ....
close to 20 years
We all have them - my biggest brick wall is .......
Trying to find the baptism of Richard Hammond who claims to have been born in Bradenham, Norfolk, England Time of his birth could be between 1775 and 1781. There is a John and Mary Hammond who had children in this time period in East Bradenham. Though no baptism appears for Richard. I am presently trying to elimate all the close by parishes for his baptism. Not know where the mother came from makes it difficult to find this baptism as he may have been the first born son in the family and was baptized in his mother's parish. Any help in finding this elusive baptism would be greatly apppreciated.
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there is some more but hard to post on here it deformats and then it is hard to read is there another way to send it ? as a manager you may have access to my email you can use that to contact me. if you like.
Found Joseph H FRIEND married a Margaret A GALPIN Sydney 1885 - Ref NSW BDM 88/1885.
Do you know when he came to Australia ? or his birthdate ?
Joseph Hunter FRIEND died Sept 12 1886 at Paddington his death and memorial notices are in the SMH also some notices re police matters. It appears he was the publican of The Oddfellow's Arms in George St REDFERN. See "Coroner's inquest" SMH 21/12/1881. A son Richard lived with him.
Find my past Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record Print Close Day: 25 Month: Apr Year: 1788 Forenames: Richard Surname: Hammond Fathers Forenames: John Mothers Forenames: Mary Abode: Place: Stowmarket Description: County: Suffolk Country: England Record source: Suffolk Baptism Index (part 2) Data provider: Suffolk Family History Society
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