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by Bertieone
28 Sep 2012 18:35
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Ellen Owen ELSTON's Grave
Replies: 5
Views: 2097

Re: Ellen Owen ELSTON's Grave

From the site, Photographs of Headstones in the Consecrated section. If the letters (HS) are next to an individuals name within the main Consecrated indexes, this designates there is a photograph of that persons headstone. These are in alphabetical order and in some cases sub divided again for ease ...
by Bertieone
28 Sep 2012 10:31
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Mary Ellen Oliver (nee Taylor)
Replies: 3
Views: 1283

Re: Mary Ellen Oliver (nee Taylor)

1881,

Rg 11 Piece 3657, folio 13, page 19,

Henry declares himself as Foreman Carter, occupation put forward at Mary Ellen's marriage.




Bert
by Bertieone
28 Sep 2012 10:24
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Mary Ellen Oliver (nee Taylor)
Replies: 3
Views: 1283

Re: Mary Ellen Oliver (nee Taylor)

1871 ? Rg 10, piece 3813, folio 119, page 32, Henry Taylor, 22 Marwood st,Liverpool, Labourer, Bn Bickerstaff, Lancs. 28 Elizabeth Taylor, wife, bn, Bickerstaff, Lancs, 29 Elizabeth Taylor, Daughter, bn Bickerstaff, Lancs 8 Mary E Taylor, Daughter, bn, Liverpool. 6 Jane Taylor, Daughter, bn, Liverpo...
by Bertieone
28 Sep 2012 08:37
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: james irving birth
Replies: 14
Views: 4180

Re: james irving birth

If James Irving, Mariner, is the correct one, A James Irving, aged 15 can be found in 1871 aboard the training ship Indefatigable moored in the Mersey, the Indefatigable trained the poor or orphaned sons of Mariners. William the father may have been at one time a mariner. 1871 census, Rg 10 Piece 37...
by Bertieone
28 Sep 2012 07:38
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: james irving birth
Replies: 14
Views: 4180

Re: james irving birth

Is this the family in 1881, living at 22 Lundle St, Liverpool, James, 24, Mariner, Annie, 23, Charlotte, 5, Elizabeth, 3, Isabelle, 1, RG 11, Piece, 3668, Folio, 62, Page, 25 1891, RG, 12, Piece, 2992, Folio, 46, Page, 7. If so, possible that both give false ages at their marriage, Free BMD, James I...
by Bertieone
25 Sep 2012 06:35
Forum: Military
Topic: Which regiment do these initials belong to?
Replies: 16
Views: 3974

Re: Which regiment do these initials belong to?

It was Fredk Chas Ambrose number 575829 - it doesn't sound as if it's him but it'd still be interesting to know what the initials stand for. From Major, British Army, "The abbreviation is for the Leave, Casualty and Compassionate Office - this is where the soldiers got posted to when they were inju...
by Bertieone
22 Sep 2012 18:54
Forum: Military
Topic: Which regiment do these initials belong to?
Replies: 16
Views: 3974

Re: Which regiment do these initials belong to?

Hi,

Just came across something which suggests,

Labour Corps clearing office ex Training reserve Battalion.



Bert
by Bertieone
22 Sep 2012 17:59
Forum: Military
Topic: Which regiment do these initials belong to?
Replies: 16
Views: 3974

Re: Which regiment do these initials belong to?

Hi daggers,

I'm no expert on these matters but I would think what they used for getting troops ashore during WW1 would be classed as a landing craft, even though they differ in design to WW2 craft.

Found one example, link,
http://www.xlighter.org/



Bert
by Bertieone
22 Sep 2012 15:35
Forum: Military
Topic: Which regiment do these initials belong to?
Replies: 16
Views: 3974

Re: Which regiment do these initials belong to?

Landing craft control officer? Training reserve Battalion?

Link may give future help,

http://www.wakefieldfhs.org.uk/military ... ions.shtml
by Bertieone
19 Sep 2012 11:21
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Liverpool City Police Records - James Wilson
Replies: 24
Views: 5268

Re: Liverpool City Police Records - James Wilson

Sorry for your loss, another piece for the jigsaw, Baptism: 26 Jan 1852 St Peter, Liverpool, Lancs. Sarah Emily Wilson - [Child] of James Wilson & Catherine Born: 27 Nov 1851 Abode: Wright St Toxteth Occupation: Police Officer Baptised by: A. J. Tomlin Curate Register: Baptisms 1851 - 1852, Page 133...
by Bertieone
19 Sep 2012 08:49
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Liverpool City Police Records - James Wilson
Replies: 24
Views: 5268

Re: Liverpool City Police Records - James Wilson

Charlotte's Marriage ? 26th June 1910, Holy Trinity, Walton on the Hill, Liverpool. Thomas Walls, Bachelor, 24, 21 Stanhope St, Father, Patrick Walls, (deceased), Labourer. Charlotte Johnson, spinster, 21, 21 Stanhope St, Father, Jack Johnson, (deceased), Carter. Esther, 18th March, 1916, St Chrysos...
by Bertieone
19 Sep 2012 08:12
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: Liverpool City Police Records - James Wilson
Replies: 24
Views: 5268

Re: Liverpool City Police Records - James Wilson

Hi Redwing, John and Annie Johnson's family may have become scattered by 1901 in the event of them possibly passing on. For Consideration, 1901 census, Joseph Maddox, bn 1877, head, Catherine, bn 1877, wife, Annie Johnson, bn 1886, sister in law, Rg13, Piece3466, Folio58, Page11 Marriage, Joseph Mad...
by Bertieone
18 Sep 2012 10:02
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: ARTHUR ROBINSON
Replies: 33
Views: 7625

Re: ARTHUR ROBINSON

Hi June, Some thoughts to throw in to the mix, Have you checked the Merchant records for Arthur? The RNR is/was a reserve force and was not called up for full time duties until 1914 ish, outbreak of hostilities. I notice Arthur's 2 sons on their marriage certs declare their father as, Steamship Fire...
by Bertieone
17 Sep 2012 21:06
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: ARTHUR ROBINSON
Replies: 33
Views: 7625

Re: ARTHUR ROBINSON

Hello DS,
Hope you're keeping well,
Its not a good image and I can't make it out.
Hopefully Willo can help.



Bert
by Bertieone
17 Sep 2012 14:12
Forum: Liverpool & South West Lancashire Family History
Topic: ARTHUR ROBINSON
Replies: 33
Views: 7625

Re: ARTHUR ROBINSON

Hi, all, Willow, This family rings a bell, having had sight of Arthur's marriage cert, he declares his age as 25 years old, the marriage taking place in 1891 gives him a birth date of 1866 ish. perhaps a typo you made. Being able to view others on Ancestry researching the same person, Thomas his fat...