edmondsallan , from auckland .nz , has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2010. is researching the following names: CLAYTON, EDMONDS.
Section a is for Albert Smith born 1890 in Nottingham, but lived in Grantham. I have seen this entry and do not believe it fits with what is known about Albert.
I don't believe that John 1868 and Eleanor Florence 1868 were parent of Albert Smith 1890. Looking at census 1891, they had two children Arthur 1888 and John H 1890.
There are 4 entries on census 1891 for Albert Smith, none of these appear to match my grandfathers details.
I am considering that Albert may be a middle name, or he was born elsewhere than Nottingham.
I have found 26 Albert Smith born in UK in same quarter Mar 1890. Alberts DOB is 04 February 1890.
My uncle advised that he had 2 brothers Fredericj and George and two sisters Gertrude and Enid. He also think his mothers name is Rebecca. Again I am suspecting not all this detail may be true.
I thought you only wanted info on his parents at nottingham . england ? that could be entirely different . Ok . good luck with your research
would still like to know the out come .Regards
Sorry, I didn't mean to put additional querry on.
I do want to find the parents of Albert Smith, I believe with this information, I will have the tools to enable me to go back in further generation.
The purpose of adding further information was to narrow the search. With so many Smith's it's like looking for a needle in a haystack.
I have done an extensive search for Albert ising the BMD records, census records and sites like familysearch.
I guess I am hoping that someone out there is tracing their family tree and have one of Alberts brothers or sisters as their ancestor. This would unlock the path to trace my ancestors.
I appreciate your help and suggestions, I would rather have leads and duplicate information than have nothing at all.
Wish you well with your searches.
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