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  • Toril, You can start by reading some of the blogs on the ground page, there helpful and instructive contributions from members that will guide you through the process. Regards, Richard Ps my uncle was Norwegian Sent from my HTC ----- Reply message ----- From: "Toril Basberg torilbasberg@^$1 [st-helena-genealogy]" To: "st-helena-genealogy@^$2" Subject: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Genealogy...
    Richard Vickery Feb 12
  • Hi Crystal, I don't wish to be a Butt-In-Ski however I have a story involving one Hugh Northam, John Young who I believe to be my GGF and a poor unfortunate soul named James Lawrence. I can't trace the embarkation nor disembarkation points of any of the three but I believe they may have set off from South Africa. Hugh Northam was a friend and business partner (gold mining) to James...
    richard.a.vickery@... Dec 28, 2014
  • John, My apologies for interfering, I think Voodochunk was probably expecting the attachment to be the map to which your were referring. Richard Forest Lodge Sydney NSW
    richard.a.vickery@... Dec 28, 2014
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  • voodoochunk, there is nothing in it but should receive a winmail.dat attachment it is usually because the message was created by Microsoft Mail is in Rich Text format instead of HTML or Plain Text a Null file, just simply an error If you want to open such an attachment go to www.winmaildat.com for a free online tool here is the result of the attachment you can't open basically it...
    Richard Vickery Dec 14, 2014
  • Hi Kevin, Thanks again for the lead. I've spent long hours scanning for my GGF but I can't say that I have been successful. There has to be some losers for there to be winners I guess. I have a question though; the St John's & St Mathew's Baptism Register start in Jan 1862, is that because the churches were only formed then or were the prior records lost? I noticed some re...
    richard.a.vickery@... Nov 11, 2014
  • Kevin Thanks for the info. It seems the Bagelys are extremely active in their pursuits and your previous kinfolk pop up in my research all the time and I am happy to say that you are an obliging bunch and always helpful. in Jan last year Alyson was tracking Thomas Gabriel Bagley who reportedly arrived in Aus in 1852 ish. I can report that a great many islanders got gold fever...
    richard.a.vickery@... Nov 9, 2014
  • Ed, Count me in please. Rgds Richard ----- Reply message ----- From: "ecs7fg@^$1 [st-helena-genealogy]" To: Subject: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Who's that Girl? (Young female slave of Charles De Fountain in 1818) Date: Thu, Jul 17, 2014 09:40 Greg Greg mentioned that he knows someone who will be on the island for a few months. If this person is interested in doing local lookup for a...
    Richard Vickery Jul 20, 2014
  • Thank You Colin, It's all coming back to me now. I have seen a version of your list floating about somewhere. I am a member so I have just looked through your documents. Thanks for confirming the naming protocol. It was as I hypothesised and I can now cite you good self to the family members also chasing my John Francis Young. I have long considered the possibility that he was born...
    Richard Vickery Jul 1, 2014
  • Hi to everyone, I was following a lead given to me by Eddie Storey (Thanks Ed of Falcon) to get on the UK National Archives, which I did. We have similar here for those looking to chase family in Australia particularly for war service records. http://www.naa.gov.au/ Anyway I was trawling matters relating to St Helena and came across; Ref # T 1/4248; Long Papers, bundle 720: St...
    Richard Vickery Jun 29, 2014
  • ...receiving a response. Feel free to get in touch. Best regards, Alexander Schulenburg ----- Original Message ----- From: Richard Vickery richard.a.vickery@^$3 [st-helena-genealogy] To: st-helena-genealogy@^$4 Sent: Friday, June 27, 2014 12:14 PM Subject: Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Re: Off...
    Richard Vickery Jun 27, 2014