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Groom: Edwin SPRINGBETT .
Age: 26 years.
Father: John Lawes SPRINGBETT.
Bride: Sarah RUSHALL .
Age: 24 years.
Father: William RUSHALL.
Date married: 12...
ANDREAS 'Andrew' BELDY (1825-1876)
son of Andreas BELDY & Maria MERSENSKI
was born in Südliche Weinstraße , Germany & emigrated to London about 1850
Andreas married Anne Eliza TIPPLE in London, February 1859....
Looking for John Henry Cooper born Leicester mid 1800
last information I have was he was a Police Inspector and living in Sivaka in 1917.
My father-in law Charles Cooper 17-12-1916 was his son.
Charles was placed in The Don Bosco Orphanage...
My grandfather was the son of John B. and Zora Wright of Shelby, North Carolina. His name was Joe Harley Wright and he moved to Seminole County Florida possibly in the 1940s where he established the Sanitary Barber Shop in Downtown Sanford,...
Further info. Nels Nelson, Born Henjsvig, Jutland Denmark April 27,1864
Married to Sarah Maren Steiner, Nov. 7, 1885, Looking Glass Nebraska
Died march 21, 1942, Skagit Washington
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We are looking for any family members of the late Phillip Levaughn Pitts of Georgia born 11/05/1951 and passed on 03/23/89. Married to the late Darnette Haunani "SUGAR" Carter/Pitts. His son Phillip K.L. Pitts of Hawaii is looking to...
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FREDERICH HEINRICH Burmester (1837-1891)
(aka Frederick Henry Burmester)
was born 1835 in Hanover, Hamburg, Germany
Frederick married 18 Dec 1869 in St Botolph's Church, Algate , London to:
CHARLOTTE MOORE (1836-) of England...
Groom: Edward SPRINGBETT .
Father: Samuel SPRINGBETT.
Bride: Martha HEARSEY .
Father: James HEARSY.
Date married: 19 May 1869....
I'm looking for any relatives of the late Peter Cole who may have lived at Ulverstone prior to his death. His parents were Alphonsus Alverton Cole and Elsie Mary Cole (nee Roles) aka Molly.
my father,Alexander Mcleod,born Balaclava,Victoria,served in WW1,landed at Gallipoli,Anzac day,1915.Hereturned,injured from Europe in 1917.he later married Jean Mckay,and they had 4 children,John,Joy,Bruce,and David.
I would like to find...
I have done some research using ancestry.ca. My great grandfather returned to United States in the 1920s. I don't have much info. on him after this point, other than he may have re-married a lady named Julie.
A long, (but interesting) article regarding the rules and regulations on running a hotel/pub in Otago in 1874 appeared in the Otago Witness 25 April 1874
I have included the link here if you wish to read the article in full and have listed...
I have been researching the Byrds and Weavers of Mobile Washington Counties, Alabama. The patriarch of the family was Lemuel Byrd, called Pappy or Capt. Red Byrd, born 1795 in North Carolina. He joined the war of 1812 from Putnam Georgia. He...
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starting to research SCHWERMANN and SCHWERMAN in Missouri and Illinois (Libertyville). Will be posting full names/dates asap. A few names, Willard, Henry, Albert,Clara, Hilda, Laura, August. All born around 1880-1900.
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Ancestry.com announced on Friday that the 1940 U.S. Census is 100% indexed.
You can now search the entire 1940 index for free , all 48 states (Hawaii and Alaska were not states yet) plus territories. A free account is required, but word is...
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My great grandfather Edward Roy was married to my great grandmother Ellen Evelyn Maud Pridham in Adelaide in 1901. They were divorced in 1921 and I can find no further information about him, his ancestry and what happened to him, when and where.
I have been here before but had a different e-mail address.
I am looking for my mother's family at this time, her parents were Arthur Frederick PRUDEN/Hannah Elizabeth BLOOMFIELD.
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YARNS have disappeared from our way of life. I was fortunate to have interviewed a great many yarn tellers, mostly in their 90's and Ray Cairns ten days after his 100th birthday. Many of these yarns were passed down through generations orally...