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Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Re: Where are BMDs between 1835 and 1852?

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  • Isebelle Krauss
    Plse contact Carol Archibald at the Wits Library. She is only available in the afternoons for more detailed info re. the Agnlican records. Isebelle. Isebelle E
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      Plse contact Carol Archibald at the Wits Library.

      She is only available in the afternoons for more detailed info re. the Agnlican records.

      Isebelle.


       


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      ----- Original Message ----
      From: rj.hayden <Rich23434565@...>
      To: st-helena-genealogy@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Friday, 16 February, 2007 12:11:36 AM
      Subject: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Re: Where are BMDs between 1835 and 1852?

      Christine:

      Many thanks for taking the time to reply to my query, especially as
      you supplied such detailed information. Yes, I just about followed
      the sequence of events! So the LDS only filmed the EIC London copies
      and not the original records now held at Witwatersrand. I assume that
      the British Library resources also have a 'copied' record for the gap
      years? Either way, at least I know now where I should be looking. I
      can only go on the information I have at present, which is that
      Isabella Mealey (Mealy) was born c1838 in 'St Helena, Africa', which
      is what the census returns for England 1871, 1881 and 1901 state.
      Since there is no record of a marriage in England, I had assumed that
      she married in St Helena as her husband, a soldier called Charles
      Heaven, was based at Chatham Barracks, where the first known child,
      Eliza Mary Heaven was born in 1857. As I said in my previous message,
      I've now used the LDS to check the St Helena parish register film
      from 1852 until 1860, and there's no sign of a relevant marriage.
      I'll contact Witwatersrand and look at the British Library holdings
      to see if I can get any further.

      Thanks again

      Richard




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