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I have researched the ROBERTS family who lived at the farm of 'Cregoe' near
Ruan Lanihorne from about 1780-1880 also the related family of ELLIOT of 'Tren
Creek'. I have a fair bit of information on them if anyone else is tracing the
Hi, New to the list, here are my interests.
I'm looking for any info on William MUIR married to Maud.
The only info that I have is that William was born 8 Nov 1879
and Mauds birthday was 30 October, no year. Her maiden Surname could have begun with an M
Don't know where either of them were born but I know that in 1906 they were resident in Cornwall where my Grandmother was born. They eventualy moved to Carlisle in Cumbria and in 1904 lived in St Johns Wood in London.
William sent a postcard from New York where he planned to work but gave it up as he was "sick of this place and there is no work to be had at any price". The date the ship sailed was Aug 17 1904 any ideas how I go about looking at Shipping Lists?
This is my brick wall, please read and see if you can help.
I have been looking for this gentleman since 1970 and am
no ferther forward than the day I started.
I am looking for George Taylor, I have gone back from his death
to 1936 when he was working in London.
But I have not found a birth or birth place, so I dont know who his
Have you lost a Brother, Father, Uncle or Grandfather that disapeard
about that time.
The only thing he ever said his father was a railway man, he also said
he was born 1902, 1904, 1908.
Does this ring any bells.
Thank you for reading this.
TAYLOR LOND/YKS BRICK WALL
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Lesson 1 Where to begin?
Lesson 2 What's in a name?
Lesson 3 Using technology to dig up roots
Lesson 4 Vital Records: Death, Tombstones and Cemeteries
Lesson 5 Vital Records: Marriage Records and Evidence
Lesson 6 Vital Records: Birth Records
Lesson 7 What is the Question?
Lesson 8 Why You Can't Find Your Ancestors
Lesson 9 Census Records: Soundexes, Indexes and Finding Aids
Lesson 10 Exploring the SSDI (Social Security Death Index) and
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Lesson 11 Taxing Tales
Lesson 12 Creating Worthwhile Genealogies: Evidence, Sources,
Documentation, and Citation
Lesson 13 Military Records (worldwide)
Lesson 14 Military Records (United States)
Lesson 15 Tracing Immigrant Ancestors
Lesson 16 Naturalization Records
Lesson 17 Church Records
Lesson 18 Fraternal Organizations
Lesson 19 Heraldry for Genealogists
Lesson 20 City Directories and Newspapers
Lesson 21 Irish, Scots-Irish and Scottish Ancestors
Lesson 22 Finding Italian and Hispanic Ancestors
Lesson 23 Exploring Your Scandinavian Roots
Lesson 24 Canadian, French-Canadian, Acadian and French Connections
Lesson 25 African-American, Native American, Jewish, Unique Peoples
Lesson 26 German Roots (German, Dutch, Swiss, and more)