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Marcie Report 10 Oct 2003 22:08

hi teresa thanks anyway my william bunch was married in sept 1805,so can,t be him, but many thanks for taking the time to look marcie x Report 10 Oct 2003 22:27

it is Jennifer in Ontario, again, what about a marriage of James Moon to elEizabeth Tindall OR... a Charlotte? born 1832 thereabouts, Bath Sommerset i would say between 1850-1855 because they had my great-grandfather William Moon in 1855 (he is buried here - 3 generations are here, him and wife, my grandparents and my dad), thanks for anything! i was in England or the first time in May/03 and so my new hobby.... have you been there? Jennifer

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 10 Oct 2003 23:37

Hi Jennifer; I cant check until tomorrow as I am at hubbys office right now, and don't have my discs with me. I just used his computer to check my email. Yes I have been to England . I was born there and came to Canada in 1966. Have been back only once in 1997. Talk to you tomorrow.


MaggyfromWestYorkshire Report 11 Oct 2003 04:03

Hi Teresa, If you have the time could you please do a look up for me? The name is Adam Allinson, born Sheffield, possibly Ecclesall Beirlow in 1836/37. His father was called George Allinson, but don't know his mothers name. Thank you, Maggy

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 11 Oct 2003 08:13

Hi Dawn; Can you give more information on the whereabouts of you Winsor family? There are lots of them with various spellings, Winsor, windsor, winser, winsor, winzer.

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 11 Oct 2003 08:21

Hi Jennifer; Sorry, no luck this time.

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 11 Oct 2003 08:30

Hi Margaret ; Sorry no luck on that name.


MaggyfromWestYorkshire Report 11 Oct 2003 12:28

Thank you for trying Teresa. Maggy

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 11 Oct 2003 19:42

Hi Dawn; Sorry, still no luck on th ename Winsor


Jane Report 11 Oct 2003 20:00

Hi Teresa Could you lookup the weddings of :- John Gillings in Coventry about 1844 to Elizabeth I would love to know her name. Thanks so much Jane


Debbi Report 11 Oct 2003 20:10

herbert chas robinson born 1889 aprox in swimbridge devon married in hastings in sussex..can you find who he married please and also john beresford robinson 1845 approx married a elizabeth originally from landkey nr barnstaple he is from newcastle staffs.If possible his parents too i know its a lot but my hubby has dead ends on his tree and he is desperate for leads. thank you for your trouble


Morfydd Report 11 Oct 2003 22:33

Hi Teresa, be really grateful if you could do a look up for me. my gg grandmother was born in Pill, Somerset in 1857 and I would love to find out something about the rest of the family, her name was Emma Bassell. She became Durbin when she married my gg grandfather James. Thanks. M.

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 12 Oct 2003 22:41

Hi Jane; Sorry no luck on Gillings

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 12 Oct 2003 22:58

Hi Deborah; Nothing on Herbert Chas Robinson. I assume you meant the marriage of John Robinson was around 1845 and not his birth. I found this for 1850, and also a possible parents. I f you think these are the right parents let me know and I will check for other siblings ROBINSON, John Marriage Wife: Elizabeth WILLIAMS Marriage Date: 21 Jan 1850 Recorded in: Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England Collection: St Matthew Husband's Father: James ROBINSON Wife's Father: John WILLIAMS Source: FHL Film 1040913 Dates: 1849 - 1857 ROBINSON, John Christening Gender: Male Christening Date: 28 Jan 1827 Recorded in: Calton, Staffordshire, England Father: James ROBINSON Mother: Elizabeth Source: FHL Film 1278996 Dates: 1813 - 1837 If the above is right, this may be a possibility for the parents. ROBINSON, John Christening Gender: Male Christening Date: 13 Oct 1839 Recorded in: Stone, Staffordshire, England Collection: St Michael Father: James ROBINSON Mother: Mary Source: FHL Film 1278870 Dates: 1798 - 1907

Teresa In Canada

Teresa In Canada Report 12 Oct 2003 23:05

Hi Morfydd Sorry, nothing on Emma Bassell.


Maxine Report 12 Oct 2003 23:44

Hi Teresa, My name is Maxine Gee and I am looking for the parents of my Grandfather Ernest Francis Gee born 1897 Apr-June quarter in Burton-on-Trent (also know as Burton Gretna) can you help please, Thanks Report 13 Oct 2003 01:44

Jennifer, again, what about James Moon and Mary ? marriage around 1820-1825 or their births late 1700 or early 1800 Sussex, I would still assume around Hastings, thanks Theresa!


Susan Report 13 Oct 2003 07:13

Hello Teresa, very cheeky of me I know but could you do a marriage check for me please, john William Bromley alice macey Crowson/crowston 1909/1912 I know its a broad date range but they are proving to be very elusive. thanks Sue


Debbi Report 13 Oct 2003 12:46

john beresford robinson was born around 1846 and married in 1882 i think could you please look again thank you


Chris Report 13 Oct 2003 12:57

Hi Teresa Many thanks for looking for the Botterills and Wilkins, they don't seem to have been the marrying kind. All the best and thanks once again for your help. Chris