It is a bit clunky to use the search feature but does include entries for taxes, ship lists etc.
I have previously had luck finding people on this site, covers both Tyrone and Fermanagh
FMP have that page https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record/browse?id=gbc%2f1871%2f1997%2f0031[code]
Yes the entry you gave in post #1
On the 1841 census they are living next to another John Wood who is old enough to be John's father (if the age given on the census is right)
FMP have a marriage to a John WOODS 27 Nov 1826 in Liverpool, St Paul
One of my missing "Smiths" had no MMN on the GRO website even though they were the 5th of 13 children. When I received the PDF it was obvious why...
Thank you but I fear that would not be good for my health as i (according to the medics) have an allergy to horse hair, quite how they worked that...
Never heard of it before today. Learnt something new thank you all for the help
Can any one help with William's occupation please
A bit late to the party but hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.
Sorry I have been AWOL for the 2nd half of 2020, Since the beginning of July...
Thank you very much. I had missed that marriage and the deaths are possibilities as the extended family moved around a lot and she could of been...
Hadn't thought of that :rolleyes:
1881 Census there is no Ann Carter in the workhouse, there is a Thomas Carter aged 9 a scholar born in Wolverhampton.
That is all i have been...
Aged 23 Ann Cartwright marries George Carter (a widower) in 1861 in Wolverhampton
They have two children Isaac (B 1861) and Harriett Elizabeth (b...
Just got the birth cert for her son which states the father was her husband
Just received mine from the 11th June so two weeks
There is a Jane Atkins Baptised in Dover 05 Feb 1847 father James mother Mary Ann it is a transcript only
Thank you @Daft Bat
Thank you @MollyMay
That is what I thought it said but wanted confirmation as it proves that Ann's husband was a rather naughty boy. At the time...
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