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advice please

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Julie

Julie Report 6 Dec 2012 08:29

That's really helpful, thanks very much. Will give that a go.

Cheers, Julie

Julie

Julie Report 6 Dec 2012 08:27

That's really helpful, thanks very much. Will give that a go.

Cheers, Julie

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+++DetEcTive+++ Report 5 Dec 2012 21:58

BMD registration started Sep 1837 but not all events reached the registrar. Births didn't have to be registered until 1873ish.

Now you are into Parish registers.

https://www.familysearch.org/
http://www.freereg.org.uk/

Google for parish registers and the likely county/place and see what comes up.
Not all registers are on line. Apart from those lost/damaged, some are held by the county archives with copies on film distrubuted to the local libraries, others are still held in the parish.

If you want specific guidance, add to your original thread assuming the query relates to the same family.

Julie

Julie Report 5 Dec 2012 21:37

I'm new to researching my family tree and although, thanks to people on the forum I got lost of info last night I now feel am at a standstill on all 3 lines I've been researching as have got back to before the 1841 census. Can't find any birth or marriage info for anyone either before then so wondered if anyone can advise if there's any more I can do online, please?

Really grateful for any tips; was bowled over by the help I got yesterday.

cheers, Julie :-D