I've got in by allowing Firefox to accept certain SSL/TLS protocols - whatever they are! Sea Monkey lets me in anyway but tells what there is a...
Still down (and on Is it down). Oh well, they'll blame it on Covid and staff shortages / reduced hours.
If I had a pound for every time this has been suggested...! :D
Cannot even get to it in Firefox. SeaMonkey allows, but provides options to escape.
is down (was yesterday too). I wonder if they know.
He seems to have died in 1973 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. [If he lived to 100!]
Janet I'm sending you a PM.
Hmm - Boarder not Visitor suggesting a longer stay?
My next line of enquiry was indeed going to be to obtain her DC to get an address and informant etc. I'll get this Will too if only to follow up...
I have had no luck finding a death record for Arthur Benjamin Castle (aka Arthur Ben Castle) born 1873 and who married Mary Ann Croxford in 1898....
Me too - I did my degree at Bristol when dinosaurs roamed the earth.;)
I caught an episode late last night but tonight's is on at 21:00. It was fascinating.
Another disappointing development of the website. They still haven't reinstated 'Last person Viewed' on my home page.
Just popped into Ancestry and I do not care for the new message system.
More importantly, you have a limited time to download the folders in...
I was joking! :rolleyes:
My eyes only saw the year 1879, not the died bit!:oops:
Apologies, I wasn't asking that as the 1837 is familiar to me. The thread seems to mention births well after 1837 and Sue seemed to be saying that...
That accounts for a lot. When did people start having birth certificates?
Do you think it is OK to go to a nearby churchyard and take photos at the moment, now we are allowed to go to places? :sceptical:
Password and 123456 are not that hard to remember ;)
Separate names with a comma.