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thank you tinks, I was just posting as much info as I can find to help someone from New Zealand with a query However, if you want to add your info to the comments box below please do so. The...
by ngairedith 4 years, 2 months ago
in VAUT & VANT marriages New Zealand 1891 - 1895
are you looking for anyone in kent as i am great friends with the family of VANTS and as the surname is unusual i would be pleased to help you in anyway i can.
by tinks 4 years, 2 months ago
in VAUT & VANT marriages New Zealand 1891 - 1895
Are you searching the Kastner surname?
by Koke 4 years, 2 months ago
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In my family tree, Joel LUCAS b. ~1864, son of Thomas (b. ~1831) and Eliza Jane, married Mary F McPIKE. They had three known children: Howard, b 1890, Hettie, b. 1892, and my ggfather Hugh Andrew...
by urfunny464 4 years, 2 months ago
in John Alexander
Actually, William Aaron Sanders parents were not John Sanders and Catherine Nimrod. This has been proved through DNA evidence. Check out some of my posts on the Sanders, Nimrod Sanders was my...
by kathleenc 4 years, 2 months ago
in looking for parents Nimrod SANDERS and Mary Elizabeth RICKETTS
Very Good research. I found this looking for Louisa's parents. Do you think it's her? England & Wales, Free BMD Death Index: 1837-1915 Name: Louisa Seccombe Estimated Birth Year: abt 1807...
by janilye 4 years, 2 months ago
in Sir Thomas Lawrence Seccombe Appointment To Knight Commander
Yes they did on the 2 September on the 'Great Queensland'. Ellen died in Queensland in 1931 1931/B15980 Ellen Doherty - McGrillis - ** born Londonderry, Ireland And Patrick died in Brisbane...
by janilye 4 years, 2 months ago
in Doherty/McGrillis in Brisbane
My husband is a grandson of Charles Herbert Gentil (brother of Werter) and there are a lot of Gentils still here in New Zealand, including several grandsons of their other brother, Ferdinand St...
by kauri 4 years, 2 months ago
in Looking for info on the Gentil Family in particular a Werter Basil Blake Gentil born in Christchurch New Zealand in 1889 married a Ruby Childs from Australia in 1924. Need to know if he or his wife had or has any male children, and if there are any gentil
Thank you for getting in touch. At least now I know his brothers and sisters. If you send me your email address I can send you the family tree I was sent. It has john and Jenepher and their...
by kev1 4 years, 2 months ago
in jenepher baker
Many thanks. I will check it out All the best sheelagh
by sheelagh77 4 years, 2 months ago
in East Indies Trading company (? Brittish)
Susan Flannigan (born Nafus) my is a great-great-grandmother): Thomas Flannigan Her husband My great grandfather Jane Nafus (born Erwin)Her mother, George Nafus Her father All I know about my...
by vspliethof 4 years, 2 months ago
in Flanagans of central PA; Flanigan, Flannigan, etc.
On familysearch.org you will find Enoch Engle in the 1880 census. It mentions that he was born in 1820, Virginia, res. in 1880 St. Louis you will find him with his wife Elizibeth, and son. Also,...
by poorone 4 years, 2 months ago
in Any info on Dr Enoch Engle died missouri
They don't mention it in the trial but the Common Sergeant at Law at the time was John Sylvester.
by janilye 4 years, 2 months ago
in Richard PALMER 1767-1919
i had found the first marriage (1887) of Delima Brisson and David Groslot. This one was only registred but without effect because she was under contraint. Delima obtained (907) a nullity act...
by monime 4 years, 2 months ago
in Auguste Belanger and Delima Brisson
Just noticed I have two Lt Mayne's up there (I didn't space) disregard the William from the 59th Regt of Foot. They had nothing to do with the household guards. Look to the last one in the Life...
by janilye 4 years, 2 months ago
in Sarjeant Mayne. Horse Guards England cs 1791
To be the seargent MAYNE at Richard Palmer's trial Lt. William MAYNE may have been a seargent in 2nd troop of Horse Guards before joining the Life Guards in 1811
by janilye 4 years, 2 months ago
in Sarjeant Mayne. Horse Guards England cs 1791
The Horse Guards ( also called The Blues) were a cavalry regiment that, together with the Life Guards, were part of the British sovereign's Household Brigade. Back in 1791 I think they were...
by janilye 4 years, 2 months ago
in Sarjeant Mayne. Horse Guards England cs 1791
My real query is Richard Palmer 1767 who was convicted Oldbailey. Other research continues to say Richard Palmer as being a soldier as did the old bailey trial records. I cant seem to find...
by marscus 4 years, 2 months ago
in RE -" SARJEANT MAYNE " 1791 - ENGLAND ETC '( MARSCUS )20/5/2011
And again, Poorone, thanks for your help. Getting ready to go to that site.
by cheriboyd7 4 years, 2 months ago
in Peter and Perilee Boyd
Try ... https://www.familysearch.org/
by Boru 4 years, 2 months ago
in Mary J Mccabe