No you don’t.....not with what may be coming in the future. :nailbiting: We had it good.
Thank you @demeler I never think to turn the page....:rolleyes:
In 1930 there is a Lewis Casper Age 53 with wife Lessie 42 and 9 year old son LOUIS in Queens NY. Lewis is a Telegraph Inspector who immigrated to...
I’m late too, sorry. Hope you had great day
I did wonder if The Rev James was military in Belfast. That would explain all the moving around.
Emmanuel Church of Maida Hill in 1896.
All the other marriages/death notices on this page are from Belfast. Perhaps he returned to Eastbourne to marry Sarah then went back to Belfast.
He wrote a book 'The Church of the Cherubim' and at the time was 'of Maida Hill'. (London?)
Belfast Newsletter Saturday 1 May 1909
GOSSET-TANNER--COATES On April 28th 1909 at Holy Trinity Church Eastbourne by the Rev G P...
Looks like the William Hillier 1763 Bishops Canning is on the 1841 with wife ALICE at Colne. FS.
A description of the company living quarters from the 16 year old daughter of a miner...
"One bedroom, two beds in there, dining room, no beds in...
Thats the photo I found of Archie. Nice looking young man.
Just had a quick read of the Estevan Riot.
Private Archibald Adolphus Louis Dee born May 9 1891 Jersey, grew up in Gloucester, immigrated to North Portal in 1914, died in Northern France...
I wonder if Clarice was still around. Where did the name CLARENCE come from?
Not having much luck today Derek? FS has 310,000 of them so they should be there somewhere. :D Darn modern gizzmoes more trouble than they’re worth.
Canada Passenger lists 1881-1922 have Clarice V Kirton arriving on the Minnedosa Nov 1919. She has stated she was 21 years and was immigrating...
Also listed on burial record as Clifford CLARENCE Dee and age 48
Welcome Michelle. C|:-) What a wonderful story you have to tell about your forefathers. Lets hope you can sort it all out.
Elizabeth Tyack Mollard....As she can be found with her brother Richard in 1861, and not after that, how about the death of Elizabeth Mollard in...
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