"So if Hannah was 16 when she had Roy then Roy musta been born in 1892 / 1893 and not 1895. Maybe we need to look at all illigit births in those years.
Mid wife or not he would need to be registered - although some were not for one reason or…"
"You did an awesome job of organizing all this info, Just M. I am the one who has the photo of Hannah in Atlantic City. I am not trying to keep it private, it is just that I have to get it onto my computer to send it, and I have not had much time…"
"We really need to find the 1911 census but what name do we look for. 1921 when released might hopefully supply an answer.
I have not found her crossing the border, nor have we found her son Roy and wife Lillian crossing border.
"Then there is this one that I doubt, but the parents are correct. Age way off.
1908- Ida Muir married Howard C. Lobdell on 14 January 1908 at the age of 23 stating that her father was Wm Muir and her mother Elizabeth Dyer. And that she was born in…"
"This marriage I have a wee bit of doubt with as she lists father as William Armstrong yet mother as Elizabeth Dyer - could be just that person writing it out presumed Armstrong. She also states she is S - Presume Spintser is what that means…"
"Donna As far as we know she died an Armstrong - there was no relations ship between her 1st husband an Armstrong and the last.
This is the timeline we have put together on her
1876- Hannah Maria Muir born 29 June 1876 to William Muir and Elizabeth…"
"Did you notice that on the marriage certificate for William and Hannah she shows her name as Armstrong when he father's surname was Muir? She also says that she is a Widow so she was married prior to marrying William to another man named…"
"If you check birth registrations at www.freebmd.org.uk you'll find an Elizabeth Dyer birth in the March quarter 1838 in Northleach registration district, which includes Chedworth, vol 11, page 324. You can order the certificate online…"
"There is a story on the web about Kathryn Garner being tried as a witch in Shropshire in 1636-- she was found guilty and therefore died. Richard and his young son John (3 or 4 years old at the time) left England and arrived in Henrico County, VA…"
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