One of life's mysteries! It's the same for me as well.... :D
I think that I have solved it - it's Sailor.
I found another record for the chap and it said Mariner.
Thank you all :)
Could someone please tell me what the occupation of the father is please?
What? o_O Click on this week's blog to find out what I mean. ;)
Have you heard of Marriott Edgar? No, neither had I, but he was the chap who wrote most of the monologues that were performed by the great Stanley...
Ah - that makes sense. ;)
(Note to self: read the thread....)
According to the 1881 census, their parents were George E and Agnes H GARRARD.
George E GARRARD and Agnes H DOWSING wed in the September quarter...
Talking of Rushden (Hertfordshire is my old stomping ground ;) ) I thought that you might be interested in the following....
Well, I'll be blowed! :D
RG13, Piece 2938, Folio 68A, page 1
The person that I am looking at is Emma E TERRY, who is living as a domestic servant, aged 18 at the White...
Short answer: yes. :D
Longer answer: it is someone who has the right to hold land for which a payment in grain or money must be made rather than...
I have changed the title to reflect post # 3 :)
The following are the missing Surrey sections from 1841:
Piece 74 Surrey: Walton-upon-Thames, Hersham, Weybridge
Piece 1075 Surrey: Malden...
See if the .gov website helps:
Good luck.... :reading:
The sub-section "Fantastic Finds" is set within the section "Chatterbox Corner".
Therefore, as long as there are no objections from the original...
It was Leavesden Hospital. :)
More information about the place can be found here: http://www.leavesdenhospital.org/
These should be okay as the information is freely available.
However, those for which you have to pay to access the records (FMP, Ancestry etc)...
My thoughts exactly. ;)
Please take a couple of minutes to read the rules here.
We don't have many but they are all important - including number 8!
Separate names with a comma.