Monthly Archives: May 2014

Mary Jane Kirk – The girls that were left behind.

Mary Jane Kirk  – the girls that were left behind. Ada Pye, whom I wrote about in the previous article, was the daughter of Mary Jane Pye née Kirk. My first assumption when I saw the 1861 and 1871 census … Continue reading

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Blogiversary

Today is my first Blogiversary! I would like to thank my followers and hope that I can offer some interesting Posts over the next twelve months. Cheers.

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Ada Pye – A mystery

Ada Pye – A Mystery. How do you find information about a person for whom there is no entry in the Civil Registration Indexes (neither birth nor death record) and for whom there is no recorded baptism or burial? That … Continue reading

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Who are Joseph Pye’s parents?

Who are Joseph Pye’s parents? It was easy to trace back to my great, great grandfather, Thomas Pye, who was the ancestor that came to Australia in 1837.  His very informative death certificate showed that Thomas was born in Staffordshire, … Continue reading

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