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Gimme a bone or two to chew!

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The Bag

The Bag Report 28 Aug 2005 22:34

Crone can do you John Thomas Green 1840 a plain John Green 1850 GREEN, John 1850 March Deaths Macclesfield Cheshire Green, John 1855 March Deaths Macclesfield Cheshire GREEN, John 1856 September Deaths Macclesfield Cheshire Green, John 1857 December Deaths Macclesfield Cheshire Green, John 1858 December Deaths Macclesfield Cheshire GREEN, John 1859 March Deaths Macclesfield Cheshire GREEN, John Thomas 1840 September Deaths Macclesfield Cheshire Green, William John 1855 September Deaths Macclesfield Cheshire


Audrey Report 28 Aug 2005 22:43

Hi Jess, Dont know if you can help me with this or not. I am trying to trace the death of Isaac Hollins between 1861 and 1871. he is on the 1861 census in the workhouse, Dixon Street, Newcastle under lyme. I have checked free bmd, family search, and staffordshirebmd. Staffs record office tell me they have no registers for this workhouse until 1880. He was born 17/8/1799 and he is not on the 1871 census, so am presuming he is dead by then. any help would be greatly appreciated, he is becoming a real brick wall!!

The Bag

The Bag Report 28 Aug 2005 22:50

Audrey, cannot see a death on ancestry- sorry jess


Audrey Report 28 Aug 2005 23:04

thanks for looking Jess...... I appreciate it. Audrey x


Anne Report 28 Aug 2005 23:16

Jess, I am having difficulty tracing my g-grandfather on the 1901 census On the 1891 census, he is living at 29 Denmark Street, Newcastle upon Tyne. However, I can find no trace of him on the 1901 census. He was born in Feb 1841 in Liverpool, and is a widower. he ended up in Tynemouth Union Workhouse and was admitted on 17 October 1902, but whether he ws there in 1901, I just don't know. He had an unmarried daughter called Maggie Dora Dorthy Palmer born 1876 in Whtiehaven, Cumberland. I can't find her either on the 1901 census. She married Jacob Dixon, but I don't know when. I have traced under both Palmer and Dixon without sucess. If you can find out anything about either, I will be very grateful. LOL Anne

An Olde Crone

An Olde Crone Report 28 Aug 2005 23:20

Ooh, blimey Jess! I really didnt expect you to do this, it was such a woolly ask. But thankyou thankyou - I now have something to work with! (Arent there a LOT of Greens, though?) Olde Crone


Margaret Report 28 Aug 2005 23:43

Thanks Jess, but it's his last name that is Benjamin. Any luck with the Jacobs? Margaret


Eddie Report 29 Aug 2005 00:36

Hi Jess, I've pushed this back to the top didn't get any feed back the first time. I,m stuck with this one. I cannot locate any birth records to a Frederick March except in the 1881 census and he says he was born in Bristol in 1855. I have his marrage cert and on it he has his father as William March deceased cabinet maker. Frederick married Mary Jane Pickering in 1879 in Hull Yorkshire. In the 71 census I have a Frederick March age 7 born in Tewkesbury Gloucestershire, is this near Bristol? and could this be a transcript error 17 would be accepable. This is the wall I would love to get through. Any help would be great. Thanks Peter

The Bag

The Bag Report 29 Aug 2005 07:47

Anne - you havent told me his name

The Bag

The Bag Report 29 Aug 2005 07:53

peter - is Tewkesbury near Bristol? not especially - a map will show you how far away they are, You dont need me to to tell you! Quote- ''and could this be a transcript error 17 would be accepable.'' I have no idea what a transcript error 17 Is Jess x

The Ego

The Ego Report 29 Aug 2005 09:33

peter, where did you start from? Your link makes no sense-there are a lot of men with their names. Youve obviously bogged off to work

Pat Kendrick

Pat Kendrick Report 29 Aug 2005 16:54

Hi Jess Thanks for the offer my query is for the 1901 census i have. Frank Grainger aged 9 years b Walsall (Staffordshire) and living in Walsall at the time of the census. I would dearly like to find out who his parents where and if possible their address please. Don't spend a lot of time and effort though. Thank you Pat

Pat Kendrick

Pat Kendrick Report 29 Aug 2005 17:30

Bernice You are a STAR *. Thank you so much I now know which side of the family he came from. Another brick removed from my wall. THANK YOU Pat

The Bag

The Bag Report 31 Aug 2005 11:10

Cas , will have a think about that lot and get back to you later


Graham Report 20 Feb 2008 14:10

I am researching my 'Powell' line. I have confirmed back to Benjamin 1814, born in Brecon, and have his parents as Benjamin Powell and Mary Edwards, but this is unconfirmed.

Any help would be appreciated



CARRON Report 16 Mar 2008 13:55

can you find thomas bone 1920 i think married to harriet dixon i think he came from south shields or newcastle not sure any help would be much appreciated thanks tracy


CARRON Report 16 Mar 2008 14:00

can anyone help me find info for my dad he was a merchant seaman in 1952 until 1963 some of the ships he was on were west meath ssramsay black ranger granford sstryland roland castle sound fisher dearpool he worked as a steward cook baker any old mates out there thanks the gillyon fam

°o.OOº°‘¨Claire in Wales¨‘°ºOO.o°

°o.OOº°‘¨Claire in Wales¨‘°ºOO.o° Report 16 Mar 2008 14:25


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