Hoping that you have an absolutely super day! <|:)
No limits. ;) As long as you are searching for dead bodies, you are welcome. :D
So that information is not duplicated, if anyone is searching, please read Victor's previous thread to see what has already been discovered. :)
Excellent service @AnnB ! :D
Maybe people are not ordering many, thinking that there are still delays. :sceptical:
Sssshhhhh - don't say a word! ;)
Have a super duper birthday with lots of cake and happiness! <|:)
Who? This week's blog will tell you. :)
If you were born in 1887, you would have been aged 27 when the Great War broke out and maybe even wanting to fight for King and Country. That was...
Thanks. :) I saw that earlier - her home address was the same as James' when he died in Winchester Road.
James snr's first wife Mary/Marie GOSSET (1805-1835) came from Jersey, so nothing surprises me!
Two vicars, both named James TANNER with a GOSSET...
Thanks, Sue. :)
Going by what @AnnB has found, he was probably abroad! :D
Good grief! :eek:
Thank you! :D
He certainly seemed to get around... but Dusseldorf????
Just had a look on the 1911 census for Ireland but no joy. :( Yes, both of the James (father and son) were vicars. :)
Following on from Missing in 1861?, I am trying to discover the whereabouts of James (Senior) in 1911.
In 1901, James (b1832, Penton Mewsey,...
Yes, that's the chap. Just need to find the rest of the family in 1861. :(
I think that @Ma-dotcom would be a good person to ask. ;)
From what I see, she reads a lot of books! :D
Thank you so much for looking. :)
Thank you so much for looking @MollyMay At least I know that its not just me! :D
Just had a lightbulb moment and found James Jr living above a shoe shop in Wakefield. :D
Still looking for the rest of them,...
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