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Mark Lagoe

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+++DetEcTive+++ Report 2 Jul 2016 17:57

Glad there's someone else as well :-D

Rambling Rose

Rambling Rose Report 2 Jul 2016 16:48

LOL +++DetEcTive+++ I've done that myself before now ;-)

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+++DetEcTive+++ Report 2 Jul 2016 16:45

Why have I answered this? Why did it come up as the first listing on this board?
Must have clicked a wrong button somewhere. Silly idiot :-0 :-(

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+++DetEcTive+++ Report 2 Jul 2016 16:43

Welcome to the boards, Mark.

You're now in Parish Records territory, not all of whom are on line. Prior to Sep 1837 marriages don't give the father's name or anyone's occupation. It does help that witnesses might be relatives. Baptisms won't give the mothers maiden name whilst burials are unlike to be particularly informative.

Familysearch & freereg2 are good sources for transcribed PR. Online Parish Clerks (OPC) is another. Google your county or place of interest to see what is available.

You might be lucky to find early Wills available, possibly at the National Archive.

Mark

Mark Report 27 Nov 2002 09:56

I have done a lot of research at the local library to me, their records only go back to 1837. How can i research further back than this date, i have a Marriage record dating 1832 but can not find any way of researching it.