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National Burial Index Lookups

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Twinkle

Twinkle Report 4 Oct 2003 15:13

Hi Is it possible for you to do some Warwickshire look-ups please? They seem to have congregated around the Aston/Birmingham/Edgbaston regions, if that's any help. The name I'm interested in is Herrick (which is quite unusual for this area, it seems): John - died post 1877 Alice - died between 1891 and 1901 and would have been between the ages of 7 and 17 Alice - died post-1901 and was over 40 Frederick - died post-1891 William - died post-1901 and was also over 40 Sorry that's quite vague, hopefully the rarity of the name there will help.

~Von~

~Von~ Report 4 Oct 2003 15:38

Hi Kathryn I didn't find anything for Warwickshire but there lots in Lincolnshire!! Sorry I couldn't help. Yvonne

Susan

Susan Report 4 Oct 2003 15:56

Hi Yvonne, Thanks for looking it was a long shot anyway she's a very illusive person, thanks again Sue

Wiltshire Pip

Wiltshire Pip Report 4 Oct 2003 16:06

Hi Yvonne! Do the CDs cover Norfolk. If so could you look for a Gilbert Mayes, died between 1881 and 1891 in Cromer, Norfolk, Indeed any deaths for Mayes in Cromer would be helpful (if there's not too many!) as my family didn't move from there for over a hundred years! Thanks, Pippa.

Twinkle

Twinkle Report 4 Oct 2003 16:10

Thanks anyway!

Unknown

Unknown Report 4 Oct 2003 16:20

Yvonne. Could you tell me where you bought the national burial records and the price.? it seems a worthwhile purchase. marjorie

~Von~

~Von~ Report 4 Oct 2003 16:27

Marjorie If you go to www(.)ffhs(.)org(.)uk/General/Projects/NBI(dot)htm you can read all about it. Has price details, you can order online and gives the coverage for each county. If you can't get there with the above addy just type National Burial Index into a search engine. Yvonne

~Von~

~Von~ Report 4 Oct 2003 16:33

Hi Pippa Cromer isn't included in the Norfolk records. There are over 150 Mayes listed mainly for East Dereham. If you know of any other places I can look for you or I can mail them all to you if you'd like them. Yvonne

Unknown

Unknown Report 4 Oct 2003 17:11

Thanks Yvonne. Will try Marjorie

Katie

Katie Report 4 Oct 2003 18:03

Hi Yvonne, Could you check the following for me if you have a spare moment (though with all these lookups I doubt you will have!) Walter Gabriel McKay - died approx 1910 - 1915 in Hampshire. Specifically Portsea, Portsmouth or Southsea. Also Fanny Louisa McKay died after 1898 but before 1910 in same place as her husband. Both would have been in their late 20's to early 40's. Also, do you have a John Lambert Burns died between 1881 and 1901? He was in the RN and may have died anywhere but he lived in Hampshire. If there is anything I can lookup for you on Ancestry.com in return then just email me the details! :) Best Wishes, -Kat

~Von~

~Von~ Report 4 Oct 2003 19:15

Hi Katrina, Sorry, there's nothing listed and I've just noticed that Hampshire has under 1,000 records for the whole county!! Thank you for your kind offer for Ancestry, I'll bear it in mind. I'm sorry I couldn't help. Yvonne

Gwyn in Kent

Gwyn in Kent Report 4 Oct 2003 19:45

Thank you for looking for SHEATH families, Yvonne. - I'll keep on searching!

JackyJ1593

JackyJ1593 Report 4 Oct 2003 23:10

Hi, Do the records cover Norfolk? If so, would it be possible to look up any AVIS probably from Swaffham.. Many thanks, Jacky

Tracey

Tracey Report 5 Oct 2003 08:57

Hi Yvonne, If your not fed up by now would you mind looking to see if there are any Cartlidge/Cartledge's in the Cheshire area please. Probably Congleton. Thanks Tracey, Bolton

~Von~

~Von~ Report 5 Oct 2003 12:51

Hi Jacky, There are no records at all for Avis in Norfolk. Sorry I couldn't help. Yvonne

~Von~

~Von~ Report 5 Oct 2003 12:53

Hi Julie, There's nothing listed for Macclesfield but there are lots of Thomas Burgess's. Have you a date of birth for him and I'll have another look. Yvonne

~Von~

~Von~ Report 5 Oct 2003 12:55

Hi Tracey, This is the only one for Congleton. Mary Cartlidge 31.5.1846 21 Congleton, Mill Street Independent Chapel. There are 46 Cartlidges/Cartledges for Cheshire as a whole if you have other names and places. Yvonne

Judith

Judith Report 5 Oct 2003 12:56

Hi Yvonne Dread to think how much work your kind offer has involved, if you have any available time I belive my father died after 1965 in the North East of England possibly Durham area. His name William Henry Lonsdale. I'm new to all this and at present have very little info. to go on. thanks even if you can't help me. Judith

~Von~

~Von~ Report 5 Oct 2003 13:10

Hi Judith, I couldn't find William, sorry. The records for the 1900s are very sparse. There are 46 Lonsdales listed for the 1800s over all of Co. Durham and 2 for the early 1900s. If I can help again as you get further back just let me know. Good luck. Yvonne

Donna

Donna Report 5 Oct 2003 17:39

Hi Yvonne, Thanks for your ofer, can you check and advise on Threshers buried in Hertfordshire. Also am looking for one specific George Thresher, died between 1905 and 1932, its taking me ages to go theough 1837 on this one, I htink he may have died in Hemel Hempstead. Anyway any thing you have would be great Thanks again.