There are photos on line of the war memorial, but I can only see the name
H Nesbitt among four others for WW2
They were both baptised on 8 May 1888 at St. Nicholas, Deptford. The baptism register has Twins written across both entries.
Frederick could be the last one listed on page 1055 and Henry the first on page 1056.
Have you looked for their baptisms?
Me too :eek:
From The Genealogist - another subscription site.
I wonder if this could be William?
The John Theobald buried on 11 Feb 1720 was an infant - no parents named.
Where did Thomas Tibel and Susan Upsher come from? On both Ancestry's index and FMP's it just says Thomas and Susan Theobald.
I have recently...
Happy Birthday GrannyBarb 8(:-)8(:-)<|:)<|:)
Hope you have a lovely day.
The baptisms of the three sons mentioned in the will were at St. Mary's Rotherhithe, whereas the baptism for Elizabeth Brenan was at St. Mary's...
The baptism on 12 May 1803 at St Mary's Lambeth, was for an Elizabeth BRENAN daughter of James and Elizabeth, so are you sure that this Elizabeth...
Found it on FMP
Robert Barnette aged 65 a Shipwright born Chatham, Kent
Elizabeth Barnette aged 68, wife born Chatham Kent
Well, none of mine are there yet - even my other half's dad who passed away in 1977
RIP Malcolm, dear friend. We will miss you xx
Flook was one of the names in his family tree.
Thanks Archie's Mum. I had Worker in coals - it was the bit after I couldn't make out. I can now see weigher. I wonder if the last bit could be...
Thanks Philippa, but it was the bit above :)
Can anyone read what this occupation is please?
Thank you all for your wishes. Been a normal Birthday, really - work all day, but then our best friends came round tonight with pressies and a...
The only possible person that I can find in 1901 is a Beatrice OBrian, born 1867, Bow.
Living with a Michael OBrian (enumerated as his wife) and...
But if you look at the certificate above, the J of James Bradfield (as the name of the groom) and the J of the name James (written where it says...
Separate names with a comma.