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  • nancy J Smith
    thanks john yes that was very interesting nancy On Wed, 31 May 2006 21:36:38 +0100 JOHN SEYMOUR
    Message 1 of 93 , May 31, 2006
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      thanks john
      yes that was very interesting
      nancy
      On Wed, 31 May 2006 21:36:38 +0100 "JOHN SEYMOUR"
      <pjb.seymour@...> writes:
      > Hi Ya
      >
      > Pardon me possibly butting in but having lived in Staffordshire,
      > near to one of your ancestors birthplace, the name is DARLASTON not
      > Darlston.
      >
      > Darlaston is in the centre of what was called the "Black Country"
      > during the Uk Industrial Revolution, because of all of the heavy
      > industry that was centred there even when I was there in the 1940 to
      > 50's during the war the air was heavy with the smoky pollution.it
      > also got a hammering from the air-raids with barely a night , during
      > the early years of the war, without there being an air raid the
      > nights used to glow with the fires that were burning.
      >
      >
      > Just a little bit of background knowledge I thought you might be
      > interested in
      >
      >
      > Regards
      >
      >
      > John Seymour
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      > Subject: Re: [Genealogy Research Club] New Member
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      >
      > Nicholas Wood
      > This is the information I have.
      > Born: 1719 Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
      > Married: a Martha somebody
      > Child: John Wood.
      >
      > It's not very much information I know, but that is all I have on
      > him. Maybe some information on his descendants will help. They say
      >
      > it's best to work on a line starting with the person you have the
      >
      > most information on. Here is starting with his son, John Wood:
      > John Wood:
      > Born: May 1742 Darlston, Staffordshire, England
      > Married: Joan Horton (B: 12 Sep 1762)
      > Died: May 1826 Princes End, tipton, Staffordshire, England
      > Children: Nicholas (B: 18 Apr 1780)
      > Eleanor (B: 6 May 1787)
      > Martha (B: 31 May 1789)
      > John (B: 15 Mar 1792)
      > Hannah (B 23 Sep 1792)
      > Ester (B:2 Feb 1794)
      > Nancy Ester (B: 23 Aug 1795)
      > Mary (B: 15 Jan 1797)
      > Matthew (B: Abt 1797)
      > Samuel (B: 8 Dec 1799)
      > John's son John married Ann Lymer and their son George is the one
      >
      > previously mentioned in my last post. His son is Joseph Franklin
      > Wood, my Grandmother's Grandfather. I can give you more infomation
      >
      > on these people if necessary.
      > Thanks for responding!
      >
      > Something less exciting that you or someone else might be able to
      >
      > help me with is dividing locations in Enland. For example in the
      > US
      > you do city, county, state; but in Enland I've noticed that it's a
      >
      > little more complicated and some of my places for divisions while
      >
      > others only have three. How do you find the divisions for Enland?
      > Is
      > there a map or a directory of provinces? And I know that provinces
      >
      > had changed a lot over time so how do you find a province from
      > 1780
      > vs a modern day province?
      >
      > ~kurisuchina
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    • lenardb44
      This article might be helpful Lenard http://genealogy.about.com/b/2014/04/01/using-dna-to-solve-adoption-mysterie s.htm?nl=1 In a message dated 4/15/2014
      Message 93 of 93 , Apr 15, 2014
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        This article might be helpful
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