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Family History Week Document Challenge: the answers

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How did you find the questions to our Family History Week Document Challenge?

Here are the answers:

Question 1:

Father: George Wiltshire

Mother: Jane Wiltshire formerly Filey

Baby: Francis George (Wiltshire)

Question 2:

2a) That they were both 'of full age' - ie a minimum of 21 years old

2b) The groom's father was called James Robinson and the bride's Thomas Cheshire

Question 3:

The person was 1 year old and died of dentition, ie teething

Question 4:

4a) 4 separate housholds on this page

4b) Do stands for ditto

Question 5:

Websites you might have written are: Ancestry, Findmypast, MyHeritage, and TheGenealogist - all for searchable images. FamilySearch and FreeCen have indexes.

Question 6:

https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/

Question 7:

7a) Because the person was less than 100 years old

7b) 31 August 1907

7c) unpaid domestic duties

7d) Air Raid Precautions

7e) Findmypast

 

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