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Sunday, October 02, 2016

2nd October 2016 - Number 1025



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DearAncestor,-
Your tombstone stands amongst the rest, neglected and alone
The names and dates are chiselled out on polished marble stone
It reaches out to all who care, it is too late to mourn
You did not know that I exist, you died and I was born
Yet each of us are cells of you, in flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse entirely not our own

Dear Ancestor, 
The place you filled one hundred years ago
Spreads out amongst the ones you left who would have loved you so,
I wonder if you lived and loved, I wonder if you knew
That someday I would find this spot, and come to visit you. 


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 LAWS FAMILY REGISTER

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LAWS FAMILY TREE

(maybe we already have)

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO US 

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   EXTRACTS FROM OUR DATABASE

We have excluded records of living people to protect their Privacy -we are not showing births after 1920 or marriages after 1940 these are only available on request



If you are interested in anyone listed here, email us with the name, date and reference number, and we will happily do a look up, you might even get a whole tree! 




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Family Events from our database, for today 2nd October

BIRTHS baptisms etc

1666 - Marriage: Edmund LAWES-1560 and Mary MILES-1561, Norwich NFK UK



1753 - Baptism: Anne LAWES-2760, Stannington NBL UK

1796 - Birth: Thomas LAWES-12863, Broad Chalke WIL UK



1818 - Burial: Christian LAWS-35545, Stepney MDX UK


1827 - Baptism: Henry LAWS-8271, Portsea HAM UK

1827 - Christen: Henry LAWES-2001, Portsea HAM UK



1861 - Birth: Martha LAWS-31702, Fincham NFK UK


1876 - Birth: Joseph Burton LAWS-33699, Johnson City, Washington Co TN United States

1895 - Birth:Charles  LAWS (Caddy) (Disabled) -33842, Acton MDX UK

1897 - Birth: Alfred John LAWES (CPL US Army)-16615, 


1898 - Birth: Dorethy E LAWS-22914, Venicia CA United States

1910 - Birth: Burl LAWS-42204, TN United States

1915 - Birth: William Clarence LAWS-38394, Mounds, Pulaski, IL United States

1918 - Birth: Thomas Henry LAWS-29064, Hebburn DUR UK

MARRIAGES


1806 - Marriage: Thomas LAWS-16587 and Ann CLINGO-16588, Littleport CAM UK


1826 - Marriage: John Green LAWS (Master Mariner) -7235 and Harriett Hannah TRAICE-               14272, Stepney MDX UK

1849 - Marriage: William LAWS-19881 and Elizabeth KENT-19882, Stepney MDX UK


1886 - Marriage: William John LAWS (Ag Lab)-4728 and Clara Eliza PARRISH-30381, 

1897 - Marriage: Thomas Frederick LAWES (Blacksmith) -28280 and Emma MYLAND-28266,           Hersham SRY UK

DEATHS & Burials

1914 - Death: Alfred Ernest LAWS (Grocer & Pork Butcher & Drapers Assistant) -15558,                   Thetford NFK UK


1950 - Death: Stanley Richard LAWES Cycle & Motor Mechanic) -42, Basingstoke HAM UK


1956 - Burial: John Edgar LAWS (QX5922 Private in Australian Army) -12923, Southport                   QLD AUSTRALIA

1958 - Death: Lionel Major LAWS (Engineer) -31435, Willesden MDX UK

1981 - Death: Mabel Ora LAWS-13388, Salmon Arm BC CANADA

1984 - Death: Albert LAWS-36275, 

2000 - Death: Sonja LAWES-36873, 

MISC & OTHER INFOMATION

1861 - Occupation: Thomas LAWS(Steerage Steward)27163, 

MISC BIRTHS Etc

1881 - Birth: John Arthur Thomas FREEZER (Fish Dealer) -22457, Gressenhall NFK UK


1902 - Birth: Henrietta PEW-38411, PA United States

1908 - Birth: Julius Edgar BRANCH-41465, NC United States

1918 - Birth: Amos Manan MCELWEE-30459, Jackson, Guernsey, OH United States

MISC MARRIAGES

1687 - Marriage: Samuel KITTSON-24097 and Mary HODGES-13849, Mildenhall SFK UK

1771 - Marriage: Henry Frederick HANOVER-4631 and Anne LUTTRELL (Duchess of                       Cumberland and Strathearn) -4630, Mayfair MDX UK

1790 - Marriage: John CHARTERS-7136 & Elizabeth IREDALE-22002, Torpenhow CUL UK

MISC DEATHS & Burials

1995 - Death: Irene CHRISTIE-12562, 

2009 - Death: Margery B SIBERRY-31584, Leeds WRY UK

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Lord, help me dig into the past
and sift the sands of time
That I might find the roots that made
This family tree of mine

Lord, help me trace the ancient roads,
On which my father's trod
And led them through so many lands
To find our present sod.

Lord, help me find an ancient book
Or dusty manuscript,
Thats's safely hidden now away
In some forgotten crypt

Lord, let it bridge the gap that haunts
My soul, when I can't find
The missing link between some name
That ends the same as mine


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