Hi Im tracking down relatives of Aubrey and Irene Byles, Aubrey being the brother of my mother Thelma (Roslyn Thelma Byles) Im off to UK soon and would love to catch up with family if possible. Leanne Joseph -----Original Message----- From: Gyngyr@aol.com [mailto:Gyngyr@aol.com] Sent: Thursday, 6 July 2006 9:52 AM To: BYLES-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [BYLES] Forbes who married a BYLES Greetings! I'm new to the list. It doesn't seem very active. Deacon Jonathan Forbes of Westboro, Worcester Co., MA, was said to have a sister, "Mrs. Byles," who died at Westboro in 1768 at age one month short of age 94. Does anyone know what her given name was? Anything more about her? "FORBES" was also spelled FORBS, FORBIS, FOBES, FORBUSH, FAUBUSH, FARROWBUSH, and several variations on what some report was the original spelling of the name -- FFARABAS! Thanks! I will be watching for BYLES messages. Virginia email@example.com_ (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) ==== BYLES Mailing List ==== Archives for the BYLES list can be found here- http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/BYLES ============================== Search the US Census Collection. Over 140 million records added in the last 12 months. Largest online collection in the world. Learn more: http://www.ancestry.com/s13965/rd.ashx ********************************************************************** This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you are not the intended recipient, please delete it and notify the sender. Views expressed in this message and any attachments are those of the individual sender, and are not necessarily the views of The Children's Hospital at Westmead This note also confirms that this email message has been virus scanned and although no computer viruses were detected, the Childrens Hospital at Westmead accepts no liability for any consequential damage resulting from email containing computer viruses. **********************************************************************
Greetings! I'm new to the list. It doesn't seem very active. Deacon Jonathan Forbes of Westboro, Worcester Co., MA, was said to have a sister, "Mrs. Byles," who died at Westboro in 1768 at age one month short of age 94. Does anyone know what her given name was? Anything more about her? "FORBES" was also spelled FORBS, FORBIS, FOBES, FORBUSH, FAUBUSH, FARROWBUSH, and several variations on what some report was the original spelling of the name -- FFARABAS! Thanks! I will be watching for BYLES messages. Virginia email@example.com_ (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)
April wrote: > Is there anyone who can help me with the date of birth and parents > for FREDERICK G. BILES born in POWERSTOCK Dorset. > > In my long search for an Uncle FREDERICK BILES of my mother I searched > Army records and found the following, > > FREDERICK GEORGE BILES born Powerstock. No date given. > Private 10303. Died 10th August. 1915. Killed in action. at > Gallapoli. Where buried? > > He enlisted at Winchester to the HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT. 10th Battalion. > > Any info will be gladly received as I have been undoing a muddle that > my dear mum said was only one person, which should be for two > people. Would be wonderful. April > >
Dear Listers. 1871 CENSUS for UPWEY, DORSET FREDERICK BYLES age 28 labourer, son of JOSEPH and ELIZA BYLES. Are there any BILES/BYLES descendants from Joseph who can tell me what happened to FREDERICK after this census date? Did he enroll in the Royal Field Artillery as a GUNNER? Was he ever awarded a Crimean War medal? Marry? Lots of questions and badly need answers-Please. April. Byles descendant in the New Forest.
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-------Original Message------- From: april clark Date: 09/06/05 20:48:03 To: BYLES-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [BYLES] decendants Is there anyone related to the Byles-Biles of Powerstock, Dorset, .. My great-grandfather was William Byles -Biles who married Ellen Lampen Griffiths and lived in Portsmouth, Portsea area.. One of their children was plain Fred who married for the second time to Emily Maud Saunders 1900, Portsmouth area, Both Fred and William were in the Navy. William was invalided out with Rhuematism. He was also awarded the China Medal with Clasp. So far have been unsuccessful in finding their death dates. Have Williams death cert (if it is the correct William) but it does not have his birth date. Williams wife Ellen was reported to be a widow on the 1901 cesus and living at Cosham with her daughter in law Emily Maud Saunders at Cosham. but this may not neccessarily be factual. Any help for the death dates if known would be deeply appreciated. firstname.lastname@example.org ==== BYLES Mailing List ==== Archives for the BYLES list can be found here- http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/BYLES ============================== Census images 1901, 1891, 1881 and 1871, plus so much more. Ancestry.com's United Kingdom & Ireland Collection. Learn more: http://www ancestry.com/s13968/rd.ashx .
Is there anyone related to the Byles-Biles of Powerstock, Dorset, . My great-grandfather was William Byles -Biles who married Ellen Lampen Griffiths and lived in Portsmouth, Portsea area.. One of their children was plain Fred who married for the second time to Emily Maud Saunders 1900, Portsmouth area, Both Fred and William were in the Navy. William was invalided out with Rhuematism. He was also awarded the China Medal with Clasp. So far have been unsuccessful in finding their death dates. Have Williams death cert (if it is the correct William) but it does not have his birth date. Williams wife Ellen was reported to be a widow on the 1901 cesus and living at Cosham with her daughter in law Emily Maud Saunders at Cosham. but this may not neccessarily be factual. Any help for the death dates if known would be deeply appreciated. email@example.com
Heads up on a very new----very mean virus. Though I don't normally do this, and do request that you NOT reply to the list, but to me, List Mom, personally, I feel this is something that everyone needs to be aware of. For those who do NOT have an anti-virus program, or who have more questions, please contact me OFF list. :o) Take Care, Diana firstname.lastname@example.org AllFamilies Scrapbook: http://www.arkansasfamilies.net/famscrapindex.htm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Linda Schwartz who admins the Trondelag list gave permission to forward a very clear explanation of elements of these virus messages. W32.Sobig.F@mm Discovered on: August 19, 2003 Last Updated on: August 19, 2003 05:07:51 PM W32.Sobig.F@mm is a mass-mailing, network-aware worm that sends itself to all the email addresses it finds in the files with the following extensions: * .dbx * .eml * .hlp * .htm * .html * .mht * .wab * .txt The worm uses its own SMTP engine to propagate and will attempt to create a copy of itself on accessible network shares. Email Routine Details The email message has the following characteristics: From: Spoofed address (which means that the sender in the "From" field is most likely not the real sender). The worm may use the address email@example.com as the sender. Subject: * Re: Details * Re: Approved * Re: Re: My details * Re: Thank you! * Re: That movie * Re: Wicked screensaver * Re: Your application * Thank you! * Your details Body: * See the attached file for details * Please see the attached file for details. Attachment: * your_document.pif * document_all.pif * thank_you.pif * your_details.pif * details.pif * document_9446.pif * application.pif * wicked_scr.scr * movie0045.pif My note: While I do not have an infected computer, I have seen my email addresses forged (when **I** get a mail bounce for something I did not send). I suspect that someone I have communicated with in the past may have had his/her computer attacked with a virus. Or my addresses have been harvested from message boards, web pages, etc.
My most humble apologies to those who receive this more than once! :o) Take Care, Diana firstname.lastname@example.org ArkansasFamilies: http://www.arkansasfamilies.net/ RootsWeb.com: 2003-06-11 The entire RootsWeb.com website will be down for several hours Thursday morning, while our technical staff completes routine maintenance < from approximately 1-4 a.m. (Mountain). We apologize for the inconvenience, and encourage you to use our sister sites during this down time.
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This came in this morning, in this weeks edition of RootsWeb Review......for those of you who do not receive this mail, I thought I would pass it along. Hope it helps! :-) Take care, Diana email@example.com VISIT OUR WEBPAGE! http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~philsbarbie/ AR-Archives Coordinator- http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ar/arfiles.htm ----------------------------****************--------------------------- - 2c. KLEZ VIRUS FOOLS AND ENTICES. Genealogists are not the only ones being fooled by this relentless worm, which spoofs (forges) the "From" address. Even the U.S. State Department's e-mail identity was forged by it recently as Klez sent itself to law enforcement and media outlets across the country. Your editor and the RootsWeb HelpDesk have received hundreds of messages lately from researchers fearful that RootsWeb is sending out these worm- infested attachments. Relax. The virus is not coming from RootsWeb or via any RootsWeb mailing list (which do not allow attachments anyway). It is being sent to you privately by the infected computer (often without the owner's knowledge), with a forged "From" e-mail address and with all sorts of subjects lines, which Klez also steals. There are several ways Klez can obtain your e-mail address: --It may be in the sender's address book. --The infected computer may find an unread message from you in someone's inbox. --It may appear on a webpage that is cached on the infected computer. --It may appear in an old e-mail message that is stored on the infected computer. Depending on where Klez finds your e-mail address, it may use the subject line or copy part of a post in an attempt to appear to be a legitimate message. There is nothing your editor, the HelpDesk or anyone at RootsWeb can do to stop this. This mail does not originate with, or pass through, the RootsWeb mail servers. Your best defense is to not open any attachments you receive via e- mail, regardless of who the "From" person appears to be (use the real e-mail address of your friend or family member to inquire if they have sent you something with an attachment); keep your AntiVirus (AV) software up-to-date and use it, and set your AV program to scan all incoming e-mail or if the option is available, not to download infected mail from the server. Read more about Klez and the problems it is causing in an article by Michelle Delio in Wired News, currently available at: http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,52765,00.html Reliable information about computer viruses can be found at: http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/vinfodb.html http://dispatch.mcafee.com/virus_tips.asp?cid=1593 For a free online virus scan: http://housecall.antivirus.com/pc_housecall/ For free antivirus protection: http://www.grisoft.com/html/us_index.htm Previously published in RootsWeb Review: Vol. 5, No. 21, 22 May 2002
Occasionally, I have links presented to me that are most helpful, this would be one of those. <g> There are MANY links on these pages to various resources on the WWW, and from what I've seen, it appears to be most helpful. Thought I'd pass it on, in case it might help someone! http://www.justgen.com Take care, Diana firstname.lastname@example.org VISIT OUR WEBPAGE! http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~philsbarbie/ List Mom for the Achor, Achord, American-Railroads, ARArchives, AR-Civil-War, Arkansas, AR-Old-Newspapers, AR-Railroads, AR-Surnames, Australia-Obituaries, Blacksmithing, Bankhead, Boothe, Bulloch, Burdine, Buzzard, Byles, CA-Oakhurst-Genealogy-Group, Cancer-Support, Country-Music, Dillinger, Essex (surname), Flint-Knapping, Kid-Crafts, GenWebDesign, Giltner, Good-Sheperd-Homes, IA-Railroads, IA-VintagePhotos, IN-Old-Newspapers, IN-Railroads, IOWA-Old-Newspapers, KS-Old-Newspapers, KS-Railroads, KYEDMONS, Lakey, LASSUMP, Leakey, Martindale, Mertz, NJ-Old-Newspapers, Ober, Old-MISSOURI-Newspapers, ORLANE, ORDESCHU, Outlaws-of-the-Old-West, PA-Railroads, Peoples, Roberson, Royalty, Rynders, Shatswell, Stodghill, Television, Toon, Truxler, USA-Cemeteries, US-Marshalls, VANVOORHEES, Villines, Violin-Makers, VanVoorhees, Voorhees, Voorhies, Woodworkers, Woolridge, WORLD-Cemeteries, WORLD-Obits, Wartz, and Worz mailing lists.