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From: JANE DYER <>
Subject: RE: [B'ham] Warwickshire Ancestors Project
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2005 16:36:06 +0100 (BST)
In-Reply-To: <20050730153134.BINL10252.omta03ps.mx.bigpond.com@Linda>


it's in Hampshire

Linda Fiorentino <> wrote:Hi all
Can any please tell me where I would find a parish called DUMMER, it is
named on a marriage certificate dated 1800 and I have absolutely no idea
where it is.
Cheers
Linda (Perth WA)

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeanagh Punter [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, 30 July 2005 8:04 PM
To:
Subject: Re: [B'ham] Warwickshire Ancestors Project

Hi Lorraine,

The Warwickshire Ancestors Project has 3 census years undergoing
transcription, the 1841, '61 and '91. If you go to the hunimex site in my
signature block you will find that a lot of the '41 and '91 pieces have
already been completed, uploaded and are searchable. The 1861 is still under
transcription.

The 1851 (on CD) and the 1881 (on the LDS site and CD) have already been
transcribed.

The censuses are not in alphabetical order but are written down as the
enumerator reached each house in a street of his given area. So it is a good
idea to give an idea of which town or village your family lived in and also
the years you want searched.

You may be lucky enough to find your family already transcribed. We are
trying to get the '41 and '91 finished as fast as possible but our
volunteers do have to eat and sleep occasionally .

Happy hunting,

Jeanagh
A Member of the British War Memorial Project Team
www.wargraves.org.uk
Recruiter for the Census Transcriptions Team for Warwickshire
http://www.hunimex.com/warwick/w-a-p.html
----- Original Message -----
From: Lorraine Taylor
To:
Sent: Saturday, July 30, 2005 12:01 PM
Subject: [B'ham] Warwickshire Ancestors Project


Dear Marlene,

Have you got as far as Goodman in this project as yet?
I am looking for Sarah Goodman who married my great great great great
grandfather, Richard Dear for whom I have no dates but their first
child - Rev. William Dear must have been born 1804 or earlier because
their second child, James was born in 1805. Subsequent siblings were
Maurice, Richard Edward, Clement, Elizabeth and Henry between 1805 and
1819.

Lorraine.



30/07/05


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