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From: "Jan" <>
Subject: Re: [NoEngl'nd] ALLISON
Date: Sat, 11 Jan 2003 19:18:21 -0000
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Robbie ,

Send an email to Middlesbrough indexing asking if it is B for Bertie ,they
will let you know yes or no .

The email address is on the site,

Hope this helps,

jan
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robbie" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, January 11, 2003 11:46 AM
Subject: [NoEngl'nd] ALLISON


> Hello everybody..
>
> I have just rejoined the list after a long period away moving house and
sorting computer and working etc etc...
>
> I know very little regarding my family tree as my Grand father has
continued to be a very elusive chap ....until maybe just lately..
>
> His name was Thomas Bertie Allison who married or lived with Marcia (
possibly Maria ) Taylor in Middlesbrough in 1915 ( year of my fathers
birth )..
>
> I have now found an entry in the Middlesbrough indexes as follows:
>
> 95 1890 Allison Thomas B b/J-071--0291 Middlesbro.
>
> Problem is... How can I be certain that the "B" actually stands for Bertie
in this case...I have tried tracing Births deaths marriages of both my grand
parents with the help of professional researchers and have yet to find
anything.....
>
> If anybody else is researching this family root or can offer any help I
would be delighted to hear from you...
>
> Regards
>
> Robbie
>
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