Now THAT makes sense!
I've never been to Co Durham - maybe not the "grim oop north" area that I imagined!
Although I don't trust the history of modern...
My 3xGt Uncle (John "Jack" Wm Marshall) appears to have given up being a Coal Miner and in 1911 (ED 24; Piece 29875) was a "GRAINERY MANAGER".
for example ...
(ie "Tried ... for Desertion and making away with Necessaries")
Every desertion report I've read always has a list of what was...
Well (she said hesitantly) ... I got this as a pressie last year ... and am still not sure how to use it ... but ...
There appear to be no...
Just came across this - looks informative!
(I think it's part...
Collecting names in an autograph book had nothing to do with one's circumstances - it was the equivalent of (what DO modern teens collect? "Likes"...
But it does say "Copy"
And they didn't have Carbon Paper in the 1800s (did they?)
(I'm sure I've got a legal doc from the 1980's somewhere...
Re line-fillers: I was taught to always use one when writing the wording of a cheque, so that no-one could add to the...
Those "pullovers" ("tank top" nowadays) suggest a Cricket Match to me - they're exactly what my Dad used to wear, with an open-neck shirt.
Happy Birthday, Jan.
Hope it's a Good One.
Oh, Sue ...
Keep smiling, gal
I see (in order of certainty!):
- surname FARMER.
- middle name LAMPLUGH?
- first name GHISLAINE?? ALISHINE??
It's just a piece of paper.
It doesn't belong to any particular individual - it's a government document.
The only information on it that refers...
So that's what you've been doing Chimpy ;).
Lots of hard work there - well done.
And a luvly photo.
PS - In the Surnames list, the link for...
Are you querying whether it's BALE or BATE? (As Wendy said, an "S" on the end is irrelevant).
I read BATE.
The almost-missing cross-stroke...
Thank you Flook.
The link gave me the answers I was looking for - and you've given me more information on top.
The "sticky" at the start of this forum says:
"To find out all about these, click on Articles in the bar at the top of the page."
Separate names with a comma.