Could it be a combination of enamelling and ceramic ?
Something to do with those ceramic cone things that you got at the top of the telegraph...
Was a person who made Butter called a Butterer (Butrer) ?
I just can't see the "ch" of Butcher, although the letter that overlaps the capital "E"...
Hmm. My initial response was 23 yards/years.
But seeing it as a 'B' ... Burrar/Barrer/Butrer ?
Is there a "Kent Borough/Borough of Kent"?
Well, his name is there, but no new information.
I shall have to make further enquiries ... maybe they've got something hidden in...
I have a Robert ELLIOT, Surgeon & Medical Practitioner, Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.
In the Provincial Medical...
I've learnt a new word: Umquhile.
This is the first page of an 1806 Will for a Scotsman - William Elliot.
He is referred to as what looks like Umg.h
The Curse of Jane has struck again :eek:
After a month of deliberation, on Monday I bought some credits for Scotlands People, intending...
Sorry! That touched a nerve.
MERRY CHRISTMAS COLIN
Almost as bad as a puppet Prime Minister with nothing between his ears.:(
May I ask - where can I view these Scottish Poor Law records?
Thank you Oman. I love the falling snowflakes!
Thanks Sis. I'll get going ... (fed up with writing Christmas cards!)
I've been advised that paternity claims would have been recorded in "the Kirk Sessions".
Does anyone know how I can access these? (Probably...
Skimmed milk - I just don't see the point (or taste anything) :D
Why only in childhood?
It's still my husband's favourite toast-topper. Followed by Marmite (me, I prefer marmalade)!
My father-in-law loved tripe. It was his weekly treat. Yee-uk.
Mind you, all this goes to show how our tastes have been changed over the years by...
Okay ... it was me ... I read that 6 as an 8
:oops: :oops: :oops:
Of course! He got the date wrong, and I didn't search Q2.
Told you I was going daft.
Y'know when you think you're going daft, but just can't work it out ...?
In the WW1 Service Records, George MARSTON is shown as marrying Martha...
Separate names with a comma.