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Old 6th September 2017, 08:23   #11
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Re: William BYRNE

Byrne Nicholas 24 Dec 1854 8 Mar 1935 80 son/William & Charlotte (Albury); b. Sutton Forest, NSW, Australia; h/Sarah Ann (Brown) Braidwood Old General NSW Ang H, 1b

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28 December 1854 • Sutton Forest N.S.W. Australia
BDM of N.S.W. Rego No 13624/1854"

Entering 13624/1854 in NSW index returns nothing.

I've scanned all baptisms in 1854 and there is no baptism for Nicholas that I can find. Further the records for All Saints Sutton Forest end at No 105 8 October 1854.

I scanned to the end of the Volume on film so I have no idea where the dates came from as I can't see an entry in the index or a record on film.

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Re: William BYRNE

Yeah, a bit odd, Dave.. Some offspring appear not to be registered or baptised..

There is this for the Mary T you found in post #4

Partial image for ID purposes. Interesting, Byrne[s]
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Re: William BYRNE

Thanks Geoff.

I'll scan Vol 42 for Nicholas and Vol 44 for Mary.

Can you see the whole page Mary is on? There should be a number somewhere on the left that is not part of the date of baptism and not one of the register sequence No 578 etc, but a number probably between 1800 and 2178.

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Thanks Geoff.

I'll scan Vol 42 for Nicholas and Vol 44 for Mary.

Can you see the whole page Mary is on? There should be a number somewhere on the left that is not part of the date of baptism and not one of the register sequence No 578 etc, but a number probably between 1800 and 2178.
There's no number like that on the page, Dave.. I'll send you a copy in case I've overlooked it..

The register has 153 pages currently on page 6 in the register [page 8 on the film]..

Found this, partial copy for ID purposes.. Clearly surname variants with this one..
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The register has 153 pages currently on page 6 in the register [page 8 on the film]..
The register dates at Sutton Forest All Saints are from 27 Jan 1839 - 19 Oct 1879.

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Thanks Geoff.

That page is missing a number place there by the RG Department.


MURRAY EDWARD 1161/1854 V18541161 40 JAMES JANE

An image between the two I posted for 1854 with '1161' added at the left.

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Re: William BYRNE

Oh.
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Being an image of the Church register and not a film of the forms sent to the RG then of course it won't have the new sequence numbers added by RG.

So the baptism for Nicholas is probably in the register but missing from the on-line index for some reason.

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Being an image of the Church register and not a film of the forms sent to the RG then of course it won't have the new sequence numbers added by RG.

So the baptism for Nicholas is probably in the register but missing from the on-line index for some reason.
Yes, of course those I'm viewing are the church register images.. Also worth noting is; Christ Church Bong Bong, there are baps in there with abode = Sutton Forest and other areas of Camden..

That register has the following dates on page 2 and also includes a bap for Sarah Jane, not seen Nicholas in there [partial copies for ID purposes]..
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An image between the two I posted for 1854 with '1161' added at the left.
Yes, can see why the numbering is important!

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Thanks Geoff.

I'll look at Vol 44 this afternoon at the local library.

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