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museumtom

I need your help again lads and lassies.

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2 hours ago, museumtom said:

I'll have the virtual cigars at the ready!!

But I don't smoke!

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little bob

The complete certificate is marked as having an "error in copy only". The death is shown  as being registered April 30th 1918.

 

Bob

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ss002d6252

I'm home from a slightly 'interesting' morning.


At first glance I can't see much anywhere for Neil.

 

Craig

 

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George Rayner

Not in court again surely

 

George

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museumtom

Welcome to the party Craig Bob and Dyfed. 

A good one George, alas that is Ancestrys listed for the death cert I posted.

Kind regards.

 Tom.

Craig, would you like to elaborate for us? Go on, you know you want to.

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George Rayner

Yes that's what I thought-just months out

 

George

Go on Craig. Spill the beans

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IPT

Did you have to don your black cap?

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museumtom

Not really George, that is the quarter of the year when the death was registered as far as I know.

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ss002d6252

I shall not draw the thread off topic any further !

 

Are we safe to move from Jeremiah ?


Craig

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George Rayner

Ah a moderator speaks rightly

 

George

...Oh and congratulations

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George Rayner

Unless you have the needful software-i.e. have spent loads of money you can't

Possible to sometimes download it and save as a word document or similar

 

George

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ss002d6252
5 minutes ago, little bob said:

Not sure how to edit a PDF, 4430994.pdf

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Here's a snippet from that Irish death record file (can be done direct in Windows 10 with the snipping tool)
https://www.irishgenealogy.ie/en/

Craig

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little bob

As soon a few people have read it I'll remove it.  Thank you Craig. It's gone.

Bob

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Mark1959
8 minutes ago, little bob said:

Not sure how to edit a PDF, 4430994.pdf

You cannot unless

1. You have full Adobe Acrobat

2. The creator allows edit

A workaround is

1. Take a screen shot - Ctrl Prt-Sc with the bit you want on screen

2. Cut the screen shot into a word doc

3. Right click on the image and save as a jpg

4. Edit using the standard MS image tool if needs be

Works for me.

 

PS No luck with Charles Murphy

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little bob

Thank you Mark.

Bob

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George Rayner

Neither of the Murphys nor Neill for me I'm afraid. Think I've exhausted all my avenues and variations

 

George

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museumtom

Thank you guys for all the help, sadly yes I think we will have to pass Jeremiah by, sad but there are going to be some we must pass. Onwards and upwards type of thing.

 Kind regards.

 Tom.,

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museumtom

40914 is this lads number and I cannot find the relevant sheet on FMP, can you help please?

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ss002d6252
4 minutes ago, museumtom said:

40914 is this lads number and I cannot find the relevant sheet on FMP, can you help please?

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Are you sure on that number Tom ? Can you link to the FMP file please ?

 

Craig

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ss002d6252
5 minutes ago, museumtom said:

OK guys I got it. Discharged with Hyperthrophy of Lymph Glands.

Here you go Craig.

https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=gbm%2fwo363-4%2f007280346%2f00646&parentid=gbm%2fwo363-4%2f7280346%2f69%2f643

Odd - I couldn't get it to show under the number (similar to what was happening a few weeks ago).

I suspect that the swollen lymph nodes won't be sufficient (even if they are a symptom of TB).


Craig

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museumtom

I don't think he will go for it Craig, mores the pity. Thanks for trying!

Kind regards.

 Tom.

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Mark1959

Note that his disability was aggravated by war service on one of other pages

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museumtom

Duly noted Mark but he did not die from the aggravated disability. We are getting used to being precise! 

Kind regards.

 Tom.

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museumtom

This is going to be a hard one.....stop that now!!...O'Keeffe is a very common name her. Can you help please?

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