Welcome to the Genes Reunited community boards!
- The Genes Reunited community is made up of millions of people with similar interests. Discover your family history and make life long friends along the way.
- You will find a close knit but welcoming group of keen genealogists all prepared to offer advice and help to new members.
- And it's not all serious business. The boards are often a place to relax and be entertained by all kinds of subjects.
- The Genes community will go out of their way to help you, so don’t be shy about asking for help.
Single word search
New Scottish Census
Do you have Scottish ancestors?
Perhaps you do and you just didn't know! Search our brand new Scottish census records today and discover if you have Scottish roots.
- New posts
- No new posts
- Thread closed
- Stickied, new posts
- Stickied, no new posts
Staffordshire Baptism records
|Profile||Posted by||Options||Post Date|
|Mike *||Report||16 Jan 2013 12:01|
If father was deceased he would still be named on cert. I have some like that.
|Beryl||Report||16 Jan 2013 11:55|
I am desparately looking to find some information about the baptism of two children, both I believe born in Wolverhampton, one in 1837 and one in 1839. I have been unable to trace birth certificates and wonder if there could be records of a baptism. The names of the children are Frances (Fanny) Hevingham 1837 and Thomas Hevingham 1839 - the surname spelling could have been changed, as it seems to have on many ocassions - but if anyone could help, or even point me in the right direction, i would be grateful. On the marriage certificate of Thomas, in 1864 no father;s name appears - so wonder if he could be illigitimate, or maybe father deceased? It seems Frances never married. So if anyone could help, I would be grateful.