The following are the collections featured in this week’s FindMyPast Fridays. United States Billion Graves Cemetery Index Canada Billion Graves Cemetery Index Australia Graves Cemetery Index England Billion Graves Cemetery Index New Zealand Billion Graves Cemetery Index Scotland Billion Graves Cemetery Index Ireland Billion Graves Cemetery Index Wales Billion Graves Cemetery Index British Army, Worldwide… Continue reading FindMyPast Fridays 30 September 2016
The following are the Recently added and updated collections at ancestry.com.au this week UPDATED Surrey, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1962 28/09/2016 Teltow-Fläming, Germany, Marriages, 1874-1923 27/09/2016 Schwäbisch Hall, Germany, Deaths, 1876-1950 27/09/2016 Mittweida, Germany, Marriages, 1876-1921 27/09/2016 Altenburg, Germany, Births, 1874-1901 27/09/2016 Sibiu, Romania, Military Conscription Contributions, 1689-1807 27/09/2016 Teltow-Fläming, Germany, Births, 1874-1903 27/09/2016 Mittweida, Germany, Births, 1876-1905 27/09/2016 Schwäbisch Hall,… Continue reading Ancestry updates 29 September 2016
Yesterday, I shared how I had been able to link a Mr. C. Gordon of East St Kilda to my Marr family. I had found that Matilda, or Mady, Stewart was the half-sister of my 2x great grandmother Martha Richardson. From the Wills of Matilda Stewart Gordon and Charles Gordon, I had found that their… Continue reading Children of Charles Gordon and Matilda Stewart
The other day, when I was wanting to do some research for Charles Gordon and Matilda Stewart, the ScotlandsPeople website was down, due to updating to the New ScotlandsPeople. Today, I decided to see if the website was back up and running, and found that it was. The website has changed its look to a… Continue reading The New ScotlandsPeople
Yesterday, when looking through Trove for articles to use in my Trove Tuesday post, I came across a marriage notice that prompted me to do more research. This was the marriage notice of Matilda Stewart Gordon Marr and David Carrick. The article mentioned Matilda’s cousin, Mr. C. Gordon of East St Kilda. I wanted to… Continue reading Matilda Stewart Gordon
For this week’s Trove Tuesday post I am featuring some articles about Rupert Carrick. Rupert was the son of David Carrick and Matilda Stewart Gordon Marr. Matilda was the sister of my great grandfather Henry Palmer Marr. There were a number of other articles about the case.
The following are the New and Updated collections at FamilySearch this week Dominican Republic, Catholic Church Records, 1590-1955 23 Sep 2016 New York, New York City, Police Census, 1890 23 Sep 2016 Spain, Diocese of Santander, Catholic Church Records, 1538-1985 23 Sep 2016 New York State Census, 1905 22 Sep 2016 England, Warwickshire, Parish Registers, 1535-1984 22… Continue reading FamilySearch updates 26 September 2016
Each week on Randy Seaver’s Genea-musings blog he has a post for Saturday night Genealogy fun. Because of the time difference, I have called my series Sunday Afternoon Genealogy Fun. This week the mission was: 1) What kind of books do you read now and do they reflect your genealogy hobby? What was the last book… Continue reading Sunday Afternoon Genealogy Fun – What Books do you read?
The ancestor in my tree with this surname is Elizabeth Skempton. My ancestral line is: 1 Lois Whimpey 2 Ivon Walter Whimpey (1923-2009) 3 Edith Jean Marr (1922-1990) 6 Wilfred Palmer Marr (1892-1955) 7 Edith Meriden Docwra (1904-1948) 14 Harry Docwra (1866-1934) 15 Emily Alice Oliver (1877-1925) 30 George Oliver (1846-1930) 31 Elizabeth Ann Ball… Continue reading Surname Saturday – Skempton
The following are the collections featured in this week’s FindMyPast Fridays. Cheshire Vital Records Browse 1500-1991 The Shipwrecked Passenger Book: Sailing Westbound from Europe for the Americas 1817-1875 Quintin Collections - United States Family Histories United States, State & Local Histories Britain, School and University Register Books The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record The… Continue reading FindMyPast Fridays 23 September 2016