March 2015

Just received this marriage and found them in 1891, can you find anything earlier?
Copy of an Entry of Marriage in the Registration District of Liverpool from the registers of Liverpool
1884 Marriage solemnized at St Nicholas Church in the Parish of Liverpool in the County of Lancashire.
Entry 308 on the 3rd of January 1884 between
John Thomas Featherstone aged 25 a bachelor and gardener of Acomb in the county of York, father John Thomas Featherstone a railway servant
Julia Cheketts aged 22 a spinster of the Parish of Liverpool father Joseph Checketts a Undertaker.
Married in the church of St Nicholas according to the rites and ceremonies of the established church after Banns by me John Francis, Curate
Both signed in the presence of J H Checketts and J Grundy.

1891 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription
Plantation Cottages, Beckfield Lane, Acomb, Great Ouseburn, Yorkshire, England
John Thos Featherstone Head Married Male 33 1858 Gardener Domestic Servant Dairy Coats hall, Yorkshire, England
Julia Featherstone Wife Married Female 29 1862 Upton on Severn, Worcestershire, England


Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

The following announcement was written by the folks at the Pikes Peak Genealogical Society:

The Pikes Peak Genealogical Society has just completed indexing 19,187 individuals from the Colorado Springs, Colorado, Death Registers, 1872-1920, making them freely available in the online, searchable Pikes Peak NewsFinder index ( The indexing project was a collaboration between PPGS and the Pikes Peak Library District Special Collections.

Information contained in the Death Registers includes name, death date, age, color, marital status, sex, occupation, birth place, cause of death, complication, when and where contracted, place of death and burial location. Information extracted for the index are name, death date and burial location, however a link provides access to a digital image of the original record and all its contents.

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A recent inquiry asked about who a box in her possession might have belonged to.Sir Arthur William

A search has found nothing could it be a joke?