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A Uk/Irish based website, so lots of links, BUT you will not find all you need online to prove ancestry simply as there are not records online to do so and that includes familysearch, ancestry and find my past or any other website..... http://familytimeline.webs.com/apps/links/ Bear in mind that civil registration didn t begin until 1837 prior to that it is only PRs so after 1837 you have 2 potential records to seacrh for and cross reference, then the 1841 census although still limited as in it doesn t give relationship (so you can t assume Charles is her father from the 1841, check the 1851 for relationships) or in the 1841 county of birth ( unless born in the country the census was taken in so just a yes in county or no, not born in county) so by then 3 potential records to cross reference to prove ancestry ( 2 primary and 1 secondary) Add: just looking on freebmd there are 10 potential Mary Ann Bennett s born in Gloucestershire alone, any one of them could be your, or none of them Add: In family search COLLECTIONS ( NOT RECORDS) it also has Name: Mary Ann Bennett Gender: Female Christening Date: 21 Nov 1841 Christening Place: St. Philip and St. Jacob, Bristol, Gloucester, England Father s Name: William Bennett Mother s Name: Jane and more COLLECTIONS. Name: Mary Ann Bennett Gender: Female Christening Date: 2 Sep 1841 Christening Place: Stroud, Gloucester, England Father s Name: Richard Bennett Mother s Name: Harriett Add: It is also worth noting that in the 1841 census ages were rounded up/down to the nearest five years, so the age you see is often not their real age, and many didn t know when they were born they guessed or the enumerator guessed Add: Alister it is always difficult when you are not used to another countries record system, my advice to you is to go to the last person you have PROVED information about ( your x3 real records) before you jump to Mary Ann..then recheck/research again from them. Once you can PROVE a county in the UK, then check out GENUKI ( on the links page I gave you) that will give you lots of information, geography, history, records available and where they are and that may help you not only look at other availble records but also dates they are available. The other advice would be to register with rootschat ( links page) which is a good, very active UK forum , free and with lots of knowledgable people who are often local to the area as i live there or have/are researching there, but bear in mind that you need to be factual, what records you have to prove ( not what you think) to get the best possible help..on there is also local websites to each county eg Gloucestershire Resources suggest you post in Beginners unless you are 100% sure it is Gloucestershire either way you will get help and don t be worried about asking for cites as many people have their own personal scanned PRs and will often send you an image of the record you are looking for

There are 4 Arthur Smiths who died in England in 2006 in the England & Wales, Death Index: 1916-2005. None Blackpool, Lancashire. Can you order a death certificate for him? I live in the US and don t know the English rules. When did Jean die? There is a Jean Smith who died in Blackpool in 1999. Were their children named Kevin and Angela?

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