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    Oops, there's an error in what I wrote! 9.8N...

    Oops, there's an error in what I wrote!

    9.8N is not the same as 9deg 8minutes North! If 9.8N was meant to be interpreted as degrees by the reader, then it's 9deg 48min North. Same for the...
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    The Latitude will be given as either North or...

    The Latitude will be given as either North or South, the longitude either East or West.

    If it's 9.8N (9deg 8min North), 138.48E (or 138deg 48min East) then it is about 28 miles off the north west...
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    I've used TreeSeek (treeseek.com) in the past. It...

    I've used TreeSeek (treeseek.com) in the past. It takes a GEDCOM file and draws a tree for you. I generate a 9-gen fan chart that includes just parents. It leaves blanks for the people that are not...
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    I'm not an expert (or even a beginner!) but when...

    I'm not an expert (or even a beginner!) but when I was in my school cadet force (air force section) our cap badges were round, about 2in across and had the initials RAF in the middle with a circle of...
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    Thank you Anne.

    Thank you Anne.
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    Wedding Photograph Etiquette

    Hi All,

    I have a wedding photograph which could be taken anywhere between 1930 and 1950. There are only 11 people in the photograph which appears to show the bride and groom, 4 males & females...
  7. Thank you all for your help. I found the burial...

    Thank you all for your help. I found the burial record for John Haggett in Rudston too.

    In case anybody else is looking for her in the future, I found a marriage record for 17 Nov 1719 in...
  8. Help with handwriting in a parish marriage record

    Hi all,

    I'm having a problem reading a word - I think it's an abbreviation - and the more I look at it, the more it keeps saying the same thing to me. Hopefully a fresh set of eyes may either...
  9. Thankyou Val and Elaine. I found that Russian...

    Thankyou Val and Elaine. I found that Russian site too and used Google translate to get the English equivalent. It pretty much says what Elaine has addded.

    Elaine - I've just registered with...
  10. Theophilus Hodgkiss - CWGC grave at Tarbert, Kilcalmonell, Scotland

    Hi everyone,

    I'm looking for information on a Lieutenant Theophilus Hodgkiss - service number 105833. He served in 202 Battery of 51 Anti-Tank Regt of the Royal Artillery.

    He is listed as...
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    Thank you Jackie. I will look into the Calverley...

    Thank you Jackie. I will look into the Calverley forum and also have a look at the A2A link in the guide.
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    Jackie , thanks for looking. In situations like...

    Jackie , thanks for looking. In situations like this, does it generally mean the end of the line, as it were, when tracing ancestors?
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    Hi Jacky, yes thats him. You've found the same...

    Hi Jacky, yes thats him. You've found the same record I had. That's as far back as i've got with him.

    I've also tried various searches for any Alfred born around 1834 +/-5 years, anyone with a...
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    Jackie, thanks for looking. I don't have an...

    Jackie, thanks for looking. I don't have an Ancestry subscription so I can't see the information in the link you provided.

    Kat, thanks for looking too. The Alfred Durham you have found is, I...
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    Alfred Durham c1834 Pudsey,Yorkshire

    First post so hello to everybody.

    I'm trying to locate an Alfred Durham born around 1834 in Pudsey, Yorkshire. I've tried numerous different searches on different websites to try and track him...
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