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  1. The records do not appear to be searchable
  2. 1939 UK register shows Frances V Greenwood born 1910, single as patient in Rainhill Hospital
  3. Catty - can we help with anything else ?
  4. Catty Not sure what you know/don't know but this is some info on James Bradbury who was kia in WW1. He was baptised 2 July 1893 St Helens. Son of William & Mary Jane Bradbury living William Street, St Helens. William is a painter by trade. William Bradbury married Mary Jane Davies 20 June 1877 at St Helens Parish Church. They had another James b 1891 who died 1892.
  5. Baptism of Henry Clayton on Find My Past given as 18 May 1783 St Helens. Father William Clayton but sadly no image to look at
  6. Is this John J Wilson living 65 Chapel Street St Helens in 1939 ?
  7. Richard Kinder is on St Helens Rolls of Honour http://www.sthelensrollsofhonour.co.uk/worldwarone
  8. Do you have any idea where in Ireland Rose Ann Kelly was born ?
  9. Hi, Certainly a tricky one. Judging by the births of his children he was certainly around up until at least 1902 but no idea where. I have located a possible death for him on Lancs BMD. Ralph Unsworth died Q3 1905 age 36 reg Atherton Lancs. Registers now at Leigh Lancashire. Struggling to find Alice and children in 1911 but I think she may have remarried 1905 - 1911 and her and children listed under new surname
  10. Hi and welcome to connect. Not a relative but happy to help. What is it that you are looking for ?
  11. Bit out of order NSSO - none of those millions go anywhere near Huyton Bus Station
  12. Norman served in Royal Artillery in WW2
  13. I don't think it does refer to Liverpool Pals. The pals are officially 17th, 18th, 19th & 20th Battalions. From what you have posted it would appear that William Hodgson was in 7th Battalion
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    Afraid not - I was telling you what a PM was - go to the home page of who you wish to contact and send them a message from there
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