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Old 01-08-20, 09:22
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Default Westminster Parish Registers added to Ancestry

These were already available on Findmypast, but are now also on Ancestry:

Westminster Baptisms, Marriages and Burials 1558-1812
Westminster Baptisms 1813-1919
Westminster Marriages 1754-1935
Westminster Burials 1812-1910
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Old 01-08-20, 09:50
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At last! Thanks Kate.
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If only I could remember which marriage in ex's tree I wanted to check on Westminster Archives!!!!!!!!!!!
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If only I could remember which marriage in ex's tree I wanted to check on Westminster Archives!!!!!!!!!!!
Thats me, I had a few I can't remember who! I did look at some on FMP though.
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I found some of mine by searching my tree for the word Westminster in the marriage field, as I've recorded the GRO index info where I've not seen the marriage image.
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I found some of mine by searching my tree for the word Westminster in the marriage field, as I've recorded the GRO index info where I've not seen the marriage image.
How would you do that where would you search?
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I guess it depends on what family tree software you use, Maggie.
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As my FT program (Brother's Keeper) is generally consdered the be the most old fashioned and not user friendly, I presumed everyone else would be able to do anything I can!
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I guess it depends on what family tree software you use, Maggie.
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As my FT program (Brother's Keeper) is generally consdered the be the most old fashioned and not user friendly, I presumed everyone else would be able to do anything I can!
Ahh okay I just instantly thought of trees on Ancestry rather than family tree software.
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