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Willing to do Ancestry UK look-ups again.

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Laurie Report 19 Mar 2004 09:45

I'm free to do Ancestry UK look-ups again. Includes Pallotts Marriage Index (before 1837), 1871 & 1891 census', Civil Reg Index (1837 - 1983 but tends to stop just after 1900's) and the Death Indexes 1984 - 2002. Please give as much info as possible and you can e-mail me direct. Please be aware doesn't really cover Ireland and Scotland. Laurie


Jim Report 19 Mar 2004 10:09

Hi Laurie What a sport! Could you do a quick search for me on my father? JOHN EDWARD SCOTT Bn 1903? London the son of GEORGE SCOTT deceased Carpenter. No further details available and I would also like if posssible the date / place of death c 1950-60' Many thanks Jim


Foxyfeline Report 19 Mar 2004 10:11

Hi Laurie I am looking for the marriage of Joseph Culver and Emma Norman, 1890 in Finchley I think (reg. Barnet)and have found them on the Free BMD, but have not been able to send for a certificate yet. I think I know the fathers but need to check. Are you able to look up parish records on Ancestry? Thanks,Lisa


Laurie Report 19 Mar 2004 10:30

Hi Lisa, Yes I can look up Parish records. Laurie


Foxyfeline Report 19 Mar 2004 10:36

Laurie Oh brilliant. Well, Joseph Culver married Emma Norman 1890 Finchley I think. I think Joseph's fathe was William Culver, and Emma's was Isaiah Norman. I hope I have the right family here. Thanks,Lisa


Jean Report 19 Mar 2004 10:46

Laurie, I am looking for marriage between Charles Vaughan and Margaret Crimmins about possibly 1865 in Southwark or Bermondsey area. Thanks for your offer of help. Jean


Laurie Report 19 Mar 2004 10:51

Hi Lisa, Joseph Henry Culver married Dec quarter 1890, Barnet, Hertfordshire Middlesex Volume 3a page 325 Laurie


Foxyfeline Report 19 Mar 2004 11:00

Laurie Thankyou so much Could I be really cheeky and ask you to look them up on the 1891 census for me?? Living Finchley probably Joseph Culver born 1869, Bermondsey, Surrey Emma Culver born 1870, Finchley, Middlesex Also, even cheekier! Emma's parents: living Finchley probably Isaiah Norman born 1845ish Stevenage, Hertfordshire Sarah Norman born 1849 Stevenage or Finchley and many children???? On 1881 census they were living at Bedford Cottages, Finchley I would be so grateful Thanks Lisa


Jim Report 19 Mar 2004 11:02

Laurie A followup to our emails. Many thanks for the information, I will let you know the result of this after approaching Kew. 'More Power to your Pen' Jim


Cosmosmallpiece Report 19 Mar 2004 11:08

hHi please could you do a look up for a 1871 bristol census for a Frederick henry king living with his parents emma and frederick he was born about 1868-1870 thank you Lita


Laurie Report 19 Mar 2004 11:12

Hi Lisa, The marriage listing for Joseph doesn't give a partners name. I searched for Emma and her father but nothing. Was hoping to find them on the 1871. They might be on the 1881. Laurie


Laurie Report 19 Mar 2004 11:14

Hi Jean, Sorry I couldn't find their marriage looked 1860 - 1870. Sorry, have you tried Freebmd it may be on there. Ancestry is being updated all the time so if I do come across it I will let you know. Laurie


Jean Report 19 Mar 2004 11:19

Laurie, Thank you for looking for me. Jean


Laurie Report 19 Mar 2004 12:03

Hi Lisa, Found them: 1871 census living Bedford Cottage Finchley head Josiah Norman 24yrs b Stevenage, Herts occ plate layer wife Sarah 21yrs b Stevenage, Herts son John 3yrs b Finchley daur Sarah 1yr b Finchley 1891 census living 3 Bedford Cottage, Chapel Street, Finchley head Isaiah Norman 45yrs occ Grave digger wife Sarah 41yrs son John 23yrs b Finchley occ plate layer " Fredrick 16yrs b Finchley occ gardener " Charles 14yrs b Finchley occ gardener son Joseph 12yrs b Finchley occ scholar " Arthur 7yrs b Finchley occ scholar " Frank 2yrs b Finchley daur Daisy 7mths b Finchley 1891 census living 120 Abbots Road, Bromley, London head Joseph H Culver 22yrs b Bermondsey, London occ ? wife Emma 21yrs b Fulford, London Laurie


Laurie Report 19 Mar 2004 12:04

Hi Lita, Sorry no luck on 1871. Laurie


Laurie Report 19 Mar 2004 12:07

Hi Lita, Me again. There was one family but Frederick was born Bath (but not Bath in this country, one of his parents were born in Bath aswell but they were born in this country). His parents were Frederick and Emily. This was the nearest match. Laurie


Foxyfeline Report 19 Mar 2004 12:12

Laurie Thankyou so so so much for this You have given me lots to think about, Like 1 year old Sarah supposed to be 1 year old Emma!!!! Anyway, I have lots to look up now. Thanks again for your time, and two censuses into the bargain!! Lisa


Cosmosmallpiece Report 19 Mar 2004 12:23

Hi Laurie thank you can i ask was the fathers ocupation a french polisher?


Jennifer Report 19 Mar 2004 12:33

Would appreciate a look up for a marriage between Edmund Marsh and Mary Ann ( could be Jacklin or maybe Wakelin) Don't know where. Edmund born Somerset, Mary Ann born Saltfleet Lincs but living in Doncaster in 1871. Marriage around 1855 - 1862. Thanks, Jenny


Laurie Report 19 Mar 2004 12:46

Hi Lita, Yes he is. Here is the info: living St Lawrence, Reading, Berkshire head Frederick King 30yrs b Bath Somerset occ french polisher wife Emily 30yrs b Bristol son Frederick 3yrs b Bath, Schwarzburg-sondershausen daur Elizabeth 1yr b Reading I had a look at the census and the birth of Frederick jnr only says Bath so I don't know where the Schwarzburg has come from. Laurie