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British Isles Vital Record Index 2nd Edition look

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Unknown Report 1 Mar 2005 17:27

Hi Ann Very sorry, will make yours first in the morning, that is why I put that message on I know what it is like to wonder if you are forgotten. Thanks for letting me know, should have an anwser by dinnertime tomorow. Maureen


Unknown Report 1 Mar 2005 17:31

Hi Christine No sorry could not find anything, but do not seem to have Middlesex on the cd's so taht could be why. Sorry couldn't help Maureen

Mark n Ali

Mark n Ali Report 1 Mar 2005 17:41

thanks for looking, still cant find him being born. cheers.


Jennifer Report 1 Mar 2005 17:43

Hello Maureen, Hope you are feeling a little more mobile now. If possible could you look for two marriages for me. Thomas Fairclough baptised 2 July 1826 in Wigan to Mary. Also, Thomas' father, James Fairclough born abt 1802 in Wigan to Ruth. Don't hold out much hope but its worth a try if you are able to look. Thanks in advance. Jenny


Heather Report 1 Mar 2005 17:48

Hi Maureen, I was a Page 3 girl (yeah right!) and I think you missed my query: Added By Heather Martin on 01/03/2005 11:05:11 | Update Message | Delete Message Hi sorry to hear you are laid up. Hope you soon get back on your feet. If possible, could you check out a marriage between a James Hanson and a Charlotte in St Pauls Shadwell, c1805. Many thanks.


Chelly Report 1 Mar 2005 17:51

Hi Maureen, Thanks for trying, I will find this man one day, maybe. Regards Shirley


Julie Report 1 Mar 2005 17:52

Hi Maureen I don't think the joseph Beaumont you found is mine, so no need for details but thanks anyway. As for William Saxton, who you couldn't find in Manchester with right father, if poss could you confirm a William Cameron Saxton Birth Sept (Q) 1850 Vol 20 Pg 657 that his father isn't William. As i was going to order in the hope its him. not sure if you have read this yet. ive posted a new message as marriage cert arrived with different fathers name. his name is Benjamin Nicholas Saxton. Many thanks, your help is much apprecaited JUlie


Linda Report 1 Mar 2005 18:14

Thanks very much for looking. Regards Linda


Pamela. Report 1 Mar 2005 18:14

Thanks Maureen, Can you have a look for William Woodhouse and Martha Walker Married 1863/73 Chesterfield Derbyshire


Steve Report 1 Mar 2005 18:23

Hi Maureen I think I was missed steve Hi Hope it doesn't itch too much. Could you look up a marriage of Samuel Tomlinson and Catherine(Kate) Newman around 1894. Mile end old town London. Im after their parents names. Thanks Steve

Mad Alice

Mad Alice Report 1 Mar 2005 18:26

Hello Maureen, I am looking for James Cox born in Thetford about 1835. That is all I know about him at present - sorry about the name , but not as bad as John Smith - I have one of those too!!! lol Thank you for your help Alice

Andrea B

Andrea B Report 1 Mar 2005 18:30

Maureen If you get time and you are looking at 'D's for anyone else I would be interested in any Dilks or Dilkes, particularly in Durham and Lancashire. Unfortunately my Dilks people literally moved around every year so at any given time could be anywhere. I didn't realise Brickmakers were such travellers! I would particularly pleased if you turn up anything for Michael Dilks. Don't worry if this is too vague, I wouldn't like you to spend ages on a blanket search but I would be interested in any you come across while looking for other people. Many thanks and best wishes Andrea


West Report 1 Mar 2005 18:33

Hi Maureen Thank you for the offer. Please could you look up the marriage of David hughes to a 'mary' in brighton in the early 1860's the had a daughter emily in 1865. any help greatly recieved paula


Buggy21 Report 1 Mar 2005 22:40

Many Thanks for looking Maureen....... Very much appreciated! Angie.....


Janet Report 1 Mar 2005 23:00

Dear Maureen - It looks as though you are being inundated with enquiries - hope you will not mind another, from N.Z. Please could you look through for Gt.Gt.Grandma Susan Carr born Shoreditch c 1825. Her first marriage was to MYAL (possibly James) and her second to Zachariah TRICKER. These two marriages would have taken place between 1843 and 1852 - if not Shoreditch possibly St.Saviour/Southwark. Hope I have given enough info. By the way, hope that poor old foot is improving. Many thanks. JMH.


Tracy Report 1 Mar 2005 23:32

Thanks for looking anyway Maureen im quite sure they were in middlesex. Your time in looking is appreciated Thanks again Tracey

Debi Coone

Debi Coone Report 2 Mar 2005 07:39

Maureen you poor thing . Hope your foot mends quickly for you. I am searching for a marriage of Joseph THACKWELL ( Sometimes known as James Joseph ) to Mary HALL. It would appear their first daughter Jane Elizabeth Thackwell was born in gatecombe ( poss Somerset ) in 1829. Some evidence points to them marrying in NEWPORT and some suggests Gatecomb. Would you be able to find them for me please? Plus could I also ask for Jane's birth to be searched for too? Many thanks for your offer of help Much happiness Debi


Lorraine Report 2 Mar 2005 08:33

Hi Maureen, I would be grateful if you could try to find Francis Kennedy born in Bermondsey around 1849, could be a couple of years either way as census ages vary slightly. I have no idea of his parentage as he is a real brick wall and I can't go back any further on him - the first census he turn up in is 1881! Many thanks, Lorraine


Jane Report 2 Mar 2005 09:25

Hello Maureen I don't think you have answered me, I'm Jane on the first page enquiring about Remingtons, you have been so busy and so helpful . Many thanks Jane


Julie Report 2 Mar 2005 10:56

Hi Maureen Ive just recieved marriage cert for William Saxton, who you have looked up for me. his father is named different to census records. could you poss look for birth please. William born 1850/1 Manchester. Fathers name Benjamin Nicholas Saxton. Many thanks for your help, it is much appreciated Julie