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PostPosted: 17:05:22 Wed 02/Aug/2017 
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Hello to everyone I am new to this site...am hoping someone will be able to help me..
I have tried and tried to find my G/Grandmothers registration of death...Annie Smith passed away some time between 1891 -1901....she was brought up in Hector st Kirkdale West Derby...with her Mother Mary Moody (widowed) brother Charles Moody and Sister Edith Moody ...I know that she married a John Henry Smith in 1892 and gave birth to a baby girl who she called Edith Mary Smith in 1893 and her address at the time of her chirstening was Oregon St...I have tracked John Henry Smith right up to 1911 in St Johns Road ?...The baby girl his daughter Edith Mary Smith ( my Grandmother) was living with Mary Moody her G/mother in 1901 ..and up until she got married in 1937 from 48 Thornton Road Bottle where they had moved too...I just can't understand why I can't find Annies death details....

My mother was evacuated in 1944 to Anglesey with two small children...and she never went back to live there only lots of visits...she passed away at 45 to cancer I was only 15.. so I have had to find out so much about my family from the internet helped by a few things I new...plus my mother was an only child...her Great Aunt was the last one to pass away 1965 her name was Edith Rankin (sister to Annie Moody/Smith) and she passed away at 4 Rydal st Bootle Liverpool 21...I hope someone can lead me on the way to finding Annie's death date etc...

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PostPosted: 17:57:07 Wed 02/Aug/2017 
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Hi and welcome,

There's this death, correct birth year,

Annie Smith
Estimated birth year:
abt 1873
Registration Year:
1895
Registration Quarter:
Jul-Aug-Sep
Age at Death:
22
Registration district:
West Derby
Lancashire
Volume:
8b
Page:
437

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PostPosted: 18:41:10 Wed 02/Aug/2017 
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Hi and welcome to the forum. It does seem that Annie died very young, but would explain why the child was with family.

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PostPosted: 18:52:48 Wed 02/Aug/2017 
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Bertieone wrote:
Hi and welcome,

There's this death, correct birth year,

Annie Smith
Estimated birth year:
abt 1873
Registration Year:
1895
Registration Quarter:
Jul-Aug-Sep
Age at Death:
22
Registration district:
West Derby
Lancashire
Volume:
8b
Page:
437


The burial for this one was on 23 August 1895 at Anfield Cemetery (General or Non-Conformist section) it has an address of 32 Stamford Street West Derby. The address is in the Kensington area of Liverpool:-

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cat=397178


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PostPosted: 19:06:55 Wed 02/Aug/2017 
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Here's another possible:-

Ann Smith
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Oct/Nov/Dec 1898
West Derby
Volume: 8b
Page: 368

Buried at Kirkdale Cemetery on 27 October 1898, address: 16 Chelsea Road Litherland:-

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cat=399463



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PostPosted: 10:44:13 Thu 03/Aug/2017 
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Blue70 wrote:
Bertieone wrote:
Hi and welcome,

There's this death, correct birth year,

Annie Smith
Estimated birth year:
abt 1873
Registration Year:
1895
Registration Quarter:
Jul-Aug-Sep
Age at Death:
22
Registration district:
West Derby
Lancashire
Volume:
8b
Page:
437


The burial for this one was on 23 August 1895 at Anfield Cemetery (General or Non-Conformist section) it has an address of 32 Stamford Street West Derby. The address is in the Kensington area of Liverpool:-

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cat=397178


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Thank you so much I did sent for a certificate for the above but it wasn't her...I think a trip to Liverpool is in order soon...thank you for trying...


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PostPosted: 10:49:20 Thu 03/Aug/2017 
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Blue70 wrote:
Here's another possible:-

Ann Smith
25
Oct/Nov/Dec 1898
West Derby
Volume: 8b
Page: 368

Buried at Kirkdale Cemetery on 27 October 1898, address: 16 Chelsea Road Litherland:-

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cat=399463

Thank you I am going to send for this one...it has never come up for me on familysearch. Many thanks

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PostPosted: 12:01:02 Thu 03/Aug/2017 
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Blue70 wrote:
Here's another possible:-

Ann Smith
25
Oct/Nov/Dec 1898
West Derby
Volume: 8b
Page: 368

Buried at Kirkdale Cemetery on 27 October 1898, address: 16 Chelsea Road Litherland:-

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cat=399463



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You may have more luck with this one as the address is in the right part of Merseyside.


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PostPosted: 12:11:48 Sat 12/Aug/2017 
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Can you remind the poster who wanted Smiths that I have 11 Births 4 Marriages and 3 Deaths to send for the lot cost two much if she contacts me with her requirements I'll sort it out (£3 to the Society and a S.A.E.) and any certs she does not want I am a willing recipient

george.highton [at] hotmail.co.uk
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PostPosted: 18:16:52 Sat 12/Aug/2017 
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Give us a clue George, do you at least know which post it's on

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 Post subject: Re: Smiths.
PostPosted: 23:03:06 Sat 12/Aug/2017 
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Don't Know Mary I can't find it that's why I put it in like that I think Bertieone or Daggers answered it She is not a member and asked about Smiths and someone answered I ( my memory is going I'm afraid)

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PostPosted: 09:04:49 Sun 13/Aug/2017 
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Thanks Bert, that would seem to be the one.

George I have merged these topics, hope the lady picks up the notification and makes use of your suggestion.

This is unfortunately a typical example of why we ask for a meaningful heading to the posts, still never mind it's been changed now and we've found it.

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GEORGE HIGHTON wrote:
Can you remind the poster who wanted Smiths that I have 11 Births 4 Marriages and 3 Deaths to send for the lot cost two much if she contacts me with her requirements I'll sort it out (£3 to the Society and a S.A.E.) and any certs she does not want I am a willing recipient

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Hello George I don't know if you are asking me or someone else? I would gladly like you know if it's my Smith you have..

Annie Moody born 1973....married a John Henry Smith in 1892...had a daughter in 1893...and after that something happened because the daughter (my grandmother) was brought up by her grandmother....and John was down as a widower....I have found him in 1901 and 1911 census and think I have his death certificate...
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PostPosted: 22:59:02 Sun 13/Aug/2017 
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To Anglesey Lady I am away for a few days give me an e-mail add.and I will look when I get Back

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Blue70 wrote:
Blue70 wrote:
Here's another possible:-

Ann Smith
25
Oct/Nov/Dec 1898
West Derby
Volume: 8b
Page: 368

Buried at Kirkdale Cemetery on 27 October 1898, address: 16 Chelsea Road Litherland:-

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1 ... cat=399463



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You may have more luck with this one as the address is in the right part of Merseyside.


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I have sent for two Annie Smith certificates...I received today but they are little babies....I am going to send for the above one and just maybe have better luck...

Anglesey Lady..


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Wrong death certificates that you thought were Annie? The death indexes have the age at death so shouldn't you have known they were too young?


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PostPosted: 19:57:39 Sat 19/Aug/2017 
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Blue70 wrote:
Wrong death certificates that you thought were Annie? The death indexes have the age at death so shouldn't you have known they were too young?


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Am sorry....no the ones I looked at where the BMB ones on line and no age shown..where are the ones that show the age ...I am new to this looking for families on line...so maybe I am doing it wrong....

Thanks Anglesey Lady..


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PostPosted: 23:10:37 Sat 19/Aug/2017 
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Most people use the free indexes on Free BMD:-

https://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl


The GRO site now has indexes too with extra information such as mothers' surnames for some birth indexes and age at death for earlier records that are not available elsewhere:-

http://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/


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PostPosted: 01:56:00 Sun 20/Aug/2017 
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Blue70 wrote:
Most people use the free indexes on Free BMD:-

https://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pl


The GRO site now has indexes too with extra information such as mothers' surnames for some birth indexes and age at death for earlier records that are not available elsewhere:-

http://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/


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Thank you so much Blue....now you know what a novice! I am I belong to Find my Past.....and the Familysearch org sites...

Best wishes
Anglesey Lady...


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