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FHUK Forum: FHUK General Chat Room 22nd January 2018, 16:49
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Posted By emeltee
Re: Radical women in Sheffield a possible story?

That's where I found them.

Emeltee
FHUK Forum: FHUK General Chat Room 22nd January 2018, 09:39
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Posted By emeltee
Re: Radical women in Sheffield a possible story?

I have now dug a bit more and the children I found with mmn Mitchell can all be discounted. I have found burials for them in Sheffield and they were the children of a Frederick Ash and his wife Mary...
FHUK Forum: FHUK General Chat Room 21st January 2018, 21:00
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Posted By emeltee
Re: Radical women in Sheffield a possible story?

The GRO site has two birth refs (could be more but I haven't checked any further)

Charles Ash Jun 1839 Sheffield 22 572 mmn Mitchell
Frederic Ash Jun 1841 Ecclesall Bierlow 22 124 mmn Mitchell
...
FHUK Forum: FHUK General Chat Room 21st January 2018, 18:59
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Posted By emeltee
Re: Radical women in Sheffield a possible story?

Fmp has the facility whereby you can enter the name of a person plus the name of a member of the household and it will search every years Census for that person and display the results. I have tried...
FHUK Forum: FHUK General Chat Room 21st January 2018, 13:25
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Posted By emeltee
Re: Radical women in Sheffield a possible story?

I can find absolutely nothing on Catherine Ash in Sheffield. Where did you get the information that she set up the Female Radical Association in Sheffield?

Emeltee
FHUK Forum: 1901 Census Request 21st January 2018, 11:32
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Posted By emeltee
Re: Arthur Gawthorpe b 1872 Barnsley

I've tried searching with surname, just with G* for the surname but nothing on your man. The only Arthur Gawthorpe I can find is a gardener born in York. I can't find a death for wife Anne either.
...
FHUK Forum: Marriages 20th January 2018, 12:26
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Views: 170
Posted By emeltee
Re: Looking for two McLaughlin marriages

I can't see a marriage for Patrick and Rose in England but, of course they may have married in Ireland.

I have found the following batisms at the Hull Catholic Chapel, Sculcoates

Anne...
FHUK Forum: Marriages 20th January 2018, 11:17
Replies: 3
Views: 170
Posted By emeltee
Re: Looking for two McLaughlin marriages

If Rose was born 1819 she'd only have been 13 when having her first child in 1832.

Also do you have John and Mary Jane in any of the Censuses to give a clue as to when they may have married.
...
FHUK Forum: Births 19th January 2018, 14:40
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Posted By emeltee
FHUK Forum: Births 19th January 2018, 11:24
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Views: 197
Posted By emeltee
Re: Thomas Archer c1745, possibly Gloucestershire

I don't subscribe to Anc so that's why I didn't find it. Elis could be either Ellis or Elisabeth unfortunately. However it was quite common to state that the child was base born if only a mothers...
FHUK Forum: Births 19th January 2018, 08:43
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Posted By emeltee
Re: Thomas Archer c1745, possibly Gloucestershire

Even more interested now to hear where you found it . The BTs for Painswick can be viewed on fs so I've looked and it does not have a Thomas Archer baptised 1741. I've checked from 1740 - 1743 and...
FHUK Forum: Births 19th January 2018, 08:26
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Views: 197
Posted By emeltee
Re: Thomas Archer c1745, possibly Gloucestershire

That is more than likely my man. Where did you find it because I've tried all my usual sites and found nothing.

Many thanks

Emeltee
FHUK Forum: FHUK General Chat Room 18th January 2018, 12:34
Replies: 7
Views: 198
Posted By emeltee
Re: Kate Ash Chartist Needle in a haystack?

You gave a link to an article in your original post. In that article it states that Kate Ash was the wife of a building contractor, originally from Devon.

Emeltee
FHUK Forum: Births 18th January 2018, 10:53
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Views: 197
Posted By emeltee
Thomas Archer c1745, possibly Gloucestershire

Thomas Archer married Hester Drake 1774 in Painswick Gloucestershire. They would appear to have had all their children in Brimpsfield - William 1777, John 1779, Sarah 1787 and Joseph 1790. I'm sure...
FHUK Forum: Documents 17th January 2018, 09:45
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Posted By emeltee
Re: 1891 NSW Marriage

It looks like Susan Ingram

I agree with Bolton

Could it be John Pimnun or Pimrun. The next name definitely has the initial M but I don't think the surname begins with the same letter. Could be...
FHUK Forum: Travel and Migration 16th January 2018, 12:24
Replies: 14
Views: 181
Posted By emeltee
Re: George HAMMOND

John Hammond and Esther (Orpwood) had two more sons, both of whom died

Birth
Richard Hammond Jun 1845 Lambet 04 248 mmn Orpwood
Death
Richard Hammond Mar 1846 Lambeth 04 181 aged 0

Birth...
FHUK Forum: Travel and Migration 16th January 2018, 10:32
Replies: 14
Views: 181
Posted By emeltee
Re: George HAMMOND

I don't think that is your John Orpwood in 1841.
There is a baptism for a Caroline Orpwood in 1798 Bray, Berkshire, daughter of John Orpwood and Mary (Purkis).
I think that is the family in 1841.
...
FHUK Forum: Travel and Migration 16th January 2018, 08:55
Replies: 14
Views: 181
Posted By emeltee
Re: George HAMMOND

I take it back she wasn't dead.

I have found her in 1871 living in Alfred Street, Bermondsey

RG10/641/F29/p51
Robert E Hammond Head 29 Cooper Lambeth Surrey
Esther E Hammond mother 67 Kent
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FHUK Forum: Travel and Migration 16th January 2018, 08:15
Replies: 14
Views: 181
Posted By emeltee
Re: George HAMMOND

Marriage

John Hammond/Esther E Orpwood June 1827 Lambeth St John Waterloo

Can't seem to find Esther in 1841 or 1851 but can't find a death/burial either even though it looks highly likely that...
FHUK Forum: FHUK Funny Forum 15th January 2018, 19:58
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Posted By emeltee
Re: Song Connection

Love Bites - Def Leppard
FHUK Forum: FHUK Funny Forum 15th January 2018, 19:56
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Posted By emeltee
Re: Book Connection

Cakes and Ale - W Somerset Maugham
FHUK Forum: Marriages 14th January 2018, 11:58
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Views: 214
Posted By emeltee
Re: John CARMODY & Margaret SCANLON

I've found three of the four other children you mention in Post#4

As well as Charles in 1880 there was a son Patt in 1882 and daughters Bridget 1878 and Mary 1877. There is also an entry for a...
FHUK Forum: Marriages 14th January 2018, 11:15
Replies: 11
Views: 214
Posted By emeltee
Re: John CARMODY & Margaret SCANLON

irishgenealogy.ie has a marriage in County Clare between a John Carmody and a Margaret Scanlon which took place 28 February 1876. John was a farmer aged 25 father James, also a farmer. Margaret was a...
FHUK Forum: Documents 12th January 2018, 10:46
Replies: 25
Views: 286
Posted By emeltee
Re: 1883 NSW Marriage

I read it as John and Jane Hay maiden Rockford

James and Sarah Marsh maiden Marks

and the witness as W Gooding.

I realise that the J in Jane doesn't look like the J in John so possibly it...
FHUK Forum: Documents 12th January 2018, 08:57
Replies: 2
Views: 124
Posted By emeltee
Re: Address 1851 Census

Bryn Crwn

Emeltee
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