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Ann Report 28 Aug 2006 20:10

Thanks Mary Thats what i wanted to hear. Regards Ann


Mary Report 28 Aug 2006 23:00

Heather Sorry I do not have access to any Irish or Scottish records. Mary


Jean Report 28 Aug 2006 23:35

Hi Mary Looking for Frederick George Crossman born 1890/91. We have a Marriage Certificate that states that on 26 July 1915 he married Edith Caulton 24 His profession tailor but now training to be corpral boys forces. They married at Mansfield whilst at Clipstone Army Camp. The certificate has stamped on it Recorded Records Office Winchester in one corner. His father Henry Crossman is listed as retired bank manager (not sure if this is true) We were told he came from Somerset but this seems to be a dead end. Army Uniform is from the Royal Fusiliers which suggests London. Hope you can help jean


Kerri Report 29 Aug 2006 07:54

Hi Mary Firstly thanks for sending me the images of Susannah Bates from Teston,Kent. I cant recall if I had already thanked you but thought it never hurts to say again. Could you look for sisters, Sarah & Rhoda Sisman both born about 1842 in Sawtry,Huntingdon.Their parents were John & Sarah Sisman who may have died before 1851 as Sarah was with her Grandparents William & Mary Beresford in 1851. Rhoda & Sarah came to Australia arriving in June 1861. Can you find Rhoda in 1851? Can you find Rhoda & Sarah in 1861 or were they already at sea? Thanks Kerri


Karen Report 29 Aug 2006 09:12

Hello Mary Thank you for the offer, I think I am pushing my luck on this one though. John Beet is not with his wife Gertrude Beet and family in the 1901 census, they are in Granby Notts, would there be any possibility of finding him, unfortunatly I know nothing of him. Just one last shot before sending for marriage cert. Thank you Karen


StephScouser Report 29 Aug 2006 10:21

Hi Mary, thanks for the great offer! Could you please lookup the POLLOCK family in Liverpool in 1841? Here are the family members that i think will be on the census: Hugh Pollock born c.1787 in Ireland Occ: Baker (Journeyman) Mary Pollock born c.1789 in Ireland They may be living with their daughter and her family: James Muirhead born c.1812 Scotland Occ: Baker Mary Muirhead nee. Pollock born c.1818 Ireland John Muirhead born c.1838 Liverpool Jane Muirhead born c.1841 Liverpool Thanks Mary Stephanie.


Mary Report 29 Aug 2006 14:35

Hi Jean Sorry I have not been able to locate Frederick George Crossman with Henry as father in the 1891 or 1901 census. Have you looked for his birth on the Ancestry Full index(this is free to search)?? Mary


Mary Report 29 Aug 2006 14:59

Hi Kerri Sorry no luck with the Sisman sisters on 61 as you say probably already at sea. Also nothing for Rhoda on 51. Regards Mary


Mary Report 29 Aug 2006 15:23

Hi Karen As anything is possible in this daft hobby I thought this might be worth a try. I know it seems a real long shot but hey who knows: 1901 The Lings Cropwell Butler,Notts John Beet Head 52 Married Waggoner on farm b Cropwell Butler Annis Beet Daur 20 Dressmaker b Ab Kettleby,Leics. Cropwell Butler is only about 5miles from Granby(handy to hop over in his wagon???)Having a last fling and daughter only 4 years younger!!!!!! The marriage cert is a must now!!!! Regards Mary


Deborah Report 29 Aug 2006 15:29

Hello Mary sorry to ask again asked on 24th about Anna Hille not sure if I missed the answer Thanks Deborah


Karen Report 29 Aug 2006 15:55

Hi Mary That has most certainly brightened up this rainy day, I will keep that one until the cert arrives. Thank you again Karen


Julie Report 29 Aug 2006 16:22

Thanks for your offer. Could you have a look on the 1871 for the following please MARY J PEEL born c. 1865 in Gloucestershire she should be in Glamorgan, Wales. If you could tell me who she's living with/relationships etc. or address that would be great. Julie


Mary Report 29 Aug 2006 16:36

Hi Steph Sorry but I cannot find any of the Pollock or Muirhead folks on the 1841 census in Liverpool. Mary


Mary Report 29 Aug 2006 16:58

Hi Deborah Sorry to be a bit slow but I have not been able to locate Anna H Hille on either 1891 or 1901 census. I think you will have to get her birth cert to confirm parentage and location of birth. Regards Mary


Louise2212 Report 29 Aug 2006 17:02

Any chance of Joseph Summerland abt 1816 living in Lancashire in 1841 please? (I think he was born in Staffordshire)


Mary Report 29 Aug 2006 17:16

Hi Julie 1871 census 18 Morfa Colliery Cottages,Margam,Glamorgan Ann Peel Head Widow 44 Sinkers widow b Wallsend,Northumb. John Peel Son 19 Blacksmith b Burton Northumberland Emma Peel Daur 13 Scholar b Kellow,Durham Mary J Peel Daur 6 Scholar b Forest of Dean,Gloucs Ann Peel Daur 3 b Llangynwyd,Glamorgan Regards Mary


StephScouser Report 29 Aug 2006 17:17

Hi Mary thanks very much for looking. Steph


Mary Report 29 Aug 2006 17:19

Hi Louise 1841 census Rodney Street,Toxteth Park Lancs Joseph Summerland 25 Cow keeper Mary Summerland 30 Richard Summerland 20 Cow Keeper None born in Lancs Regards Mary


Julie Report 29 Aug 2006 17:24

Thank you Mary for all that info. Julie


Louise2212 Report 29 Aug 2006 17:25

Thanks for that