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Family research - Glenny/Glenney

Submitted by Wheezy on Fri, 01/18/2013 - 16:30
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Having been contacted by someone about Pop (Alexander Thomas Glenny 1882 - 1965) I gained momentum to again try to find the truth behind the rumour we were banished from Scotland to Ireland & changed the spelling of Glenney by dropping the second "e".

It would appear there is a story on the web about James Wilmott Glenny (born 1800)  being disinherited due to his marriage with a Mariah Campbell (rival scottish clans).  The post shows James & one of his brothers, William then moved to Ireland.

Glenny research quandry

Submitted by Wheezy on Sun, 06/17/2012 - 21:46
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Right on my tree I have a Jack Glenny born c.1902,  son of Walter Glenny & Lilian (nee Neate) married to (nee Nellie Welsh) with a son Michael born c.1940. I can't fin him on the 1911 census, but have got his brother Walter & his sister Harriet with their Dad at their Grandfathers house.

 

Any idea how I can find out where Jack was in 1911?

 

Thanks

Glenny research

Submitted by Wheezy on Wed, 04/18/2012 - 17:54
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I love having access to the census the amount of information you can obtain is amazing, however....

My G.Grandad Thomas Armstrong Glenny is shown in 1911 as living with his wife, his son Walter, his daughter Maria Julia & 2 grand children Walter John Wetherall & Harrietta Kathleen Mia only I don't know who is their parent. I am guessing probably Maria, but wondered if anyone out there new the answer before I ordered their birth certificates.

I am going to have a look at some of Walter & Maria's siblings to see if I am missing any of their details.

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Dawson Photos

Submitted by Wheezy on Tue, 07/13/2010 - 22:01

We have found a treasure of old photos thanks to Nanna & Gramps.

I have upload the first 50ish photos that are linked to me by the Dawson name, pop along and have a look http://rachaelandtom.info/gallery/v/Rachaels-Photos/mum/

 

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Confirmation of relation

Submitted by Wheezy on Fri, 01/15/2010 - 19:49
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Having just received the certificates I ordered from the Isle of Wight, I can now confirm the Chivertons are related to the Brown, Goodchild, Godwin, Gates, Sury, Arnold, Stacey, Clarke, Regis and Luxford families.

 

Thank you Gill for bring this line back to the 1750s as well.

 

The certificates that create the link are attached.

Chiverton Photos

Submitted by Wheezy on Tue, 01/05/2010 - 10:40
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Here are some photos we obtain at Christmas, thanks to Aunty Litt for being so organised.

 

The first Photo is Cecil Chiverton (1920 - 2004) in his army days.

The second is Susan Goodchild (1856 - Unkown)

The 3rd & 4th photos are Charles Henry Chiverton (1890-1939) and Ethel Mabel Chiverton (Brown, 1890-1975).

The 5th includes Cecil Chiverton (1920-2004) and Freda (1921).

The 6th photo includes Cecil (1920-2004), Freda (1921) and Alma (1933), plus one photo with Ethel their Mum (1890-1975)

More Certificates

Submitted by Wheezy on Sat, 01/02/2010 - 17:37

Here is yet more certificates to be uploaded, this should be the last batch of certificates.

For anyone who is interested I do also have the marriage certificate between the families of Todd and Parker, but they are too large to upload so contact me if you want to see them.

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