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  1. familyman

    Saints 10 Cas 0

    As James Graham supposedly said to one of the Cas players "Thats why you play 80 minutes not 75"
  2. familyman

    toronto wolfpack

    Just found this https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-league/53474508
  3. My Mum got one when she worked at the then Sheet Works. Passed on to me when she died.
  4. Dont know if this helps in any way https://www.sthelens.gov.uk/libraries/archive-service/
  5. I could read all the will apart from the words in lines 3 and 4 . I just coul'nt understand the wording on that paticular line. Thanks
  6. Just an ancestors will. Can read everything apart from the highlighted words above,and the sentence doesnt seem to make sense. Would help if they used punctuation.
  7. https://www.dropbox.com/s/5v9ofrbvegf6c68/img023.jpg?dl=0 If someone could take a look at the extract from a will and help me with a coulpe of words:- 0n 3rd line "otherwise possessed ?entitled to" 0n 5th line "of them the ?executors and" Perhaps someone could also explain the meaning of lines 2 and 3.🤥 Thanks
  8. Is that due to draining or weather?
  9. She died in Liverpool and probate was granted at Liverpool. can't find any link to Scotland through husbands famiy either.
  10. I have found the probate for one of my relations on Ancestry. There are 2 results, one from England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1995 and another from Scotland, National Probate Index (Calendar of Confirmations and Inventories), 1876-1936. This is the first time I've come across the probate being registered in Scotland, any idea why this would be? Both entries are exactly the same.
  11. Free access till Sunday
  12. Giving my head a rest over the weekend and then will carry on digging if you want. Grateful if you would please. Thank you
  13. Thanks for all that . The name Curvengen sounds familiar but dont know were from. Robert did marry a Martha Bunny in England but she die between 1871 and 1881.Wether that is what is refered to in relation to his death.
  14. Whenever I've been to cemetery office and wanted to trace a grave I have always managed to get an A4 size photcopy of the section containing the grave I'm tracing.
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