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  1. Iv got that book , his death cert arrived and it just says cardiac on it , he must have been a patient thanks everyone
  2. @Phyll the library is closed , god knows when it will be open again , thanks for the link i will have a look now .
  3. How can i find out why someone was here during 1889 ? Are there any registers i could look through ? I have a death cert that says that john whitehead of parr died at whiston union work house in 1889 age 37 of cardiac arrest and lists his occupation as a coal miner of parr . If anyone could help me id be very grateful . Nat
  4. @RATTY I'm looking for john whitehead born around 1854 died around 1889
  5. @jvy20 i think he died in 1889
  6. How can i access burial records for someone buried here and iv heard a rumour that a great grandparent of mine died in Whiston work house but as a patient not an inmate ? He was only 37 ? Iv ordered a death cert pdf from the gro but I'm impatient , is there any way i can find out ? Nat
  7. @kizzy i went to grange park when it was broadway , where was the shelters there ? I heard there was shelters at sutton oak (nash) but they have been filled in now
  8. My great great grandad was killed as a civilian during an air raid on jackson street ww2 x
  9. My great nan lived on langtree street fingerpost and she told me that there was shelters at the back on the field where the bungalows are now , she also told me that not everyone could afford a shelter so they used to get under the concrete slab in the pantry .
  10. From what iv read about dna you dont get passed on equal parts from mum and dad , maybe your mums cousins could show up relatives that you cant even though you would also be related , I'm in a ancestor circle and most are related to my grandad but not all related to me . I know its a pain , its hard with the irish iv got back to roscommon with my grandads side so I'm leaving them there now because its pointless , iv joined ireland reaching out so il just have to wait and see if anyone contacts me . Nat
  11. @Tony J the way i narrowed my search was by testing my maternal grandad as well with him being further up the generation chain he got matches that i didn't even though they are obviously related to me and i was able to find his maternal grandfathers mothers family as i had no birth record for him at all .Do you have surnames and someone older you could test ? I'm saying this but i cant find my nans dad and she wont give me her DNA so I'm going to get my mum tested see if that helps , fingers crossed we find them
  12. @Tony JGedmatch is good and you can use the forums and there are some experts floating about that will explain what your results mean , my heritage gave me these results Europe 97.0% North and West Europe 95.8% English 67.8% Irish, Scottish, and Welsh 20.6% Scandinavian 7.4% Ashkenazi Jewish 1.2% Ashkenazi Jewish 1.2% Asia 2.2% West Asia 2.2% West Asian 2.2% America 0.8% Native American 0.8% Native American 0.8% added 12 minutes later And ancestry gave me 55% irish 31% scandanavian 5% great britian 5% europe west 2% caucasus 1 % europe south Minus 1 % iberian peninsula I dont think my heritage has a database as big as ancestry but gedmatch is run by scientists and is collecting data from all over the world my gedmatch puts me firmly in the shetlands and above x
  13. I'm sure they do , but its been closed a while now Nat
  14. Wish it would hurry up , iv got lots of digging to do
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