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    1. [WALES-GEN] William Seth Roberts
    2. Shirley Harrison
    3. I am researching William born 21-3-1822 in Llansannan died 07-1898 Wrexham in 1881 census he was a resident in Broughton I would be very interested in corresponding with other researching the same family. Wiilliam was my husband's Gt grandfather, Marie was the name of his wife. Sheila

    09/23/2019 03:32:25
    1. [WALES-GEN] Probate Registry reduces prices
    2. Lynne
    3. The cost of obtaining a will from the Probate Registry has been reduced to £1.50 for downloaded copies. From <https://www.gov.uk/search-will-probate>: "Find a probate record, also known as a ‘grant of representation’, for someone who died after 1857. "Probate gives someone the legal right to deal with a deceased person’s property, money and possessions (their ‘estate’). "A new probate record will be online approximately 14 days after probate has been issued. "There’s a different process in Scotland and Northern Ireland. "You can use this service to: - search for a probate record in England and Wales - check if probate has been issued - check the type of probate issued - order a copy of a probate record (including a will, if there is one) "Each copy of a probate record ordered online costs £1.50. "It can take up to 10 working days for you to receive your documents. "Before you start "Wills and probate records from 1858 to 1996 "If you cannot find the record you’re looking for, check the years after the person died. These records are stored under the year the grant was issued, rather than the year of death. "To find the will of someone who died in the early 1990s, you may need to check the records that cover 1996 onwards. "Not all probate records contain a will. Check the type of grant of representation when you search. "The grant types that contain a will include: - ‘Probate’ or ‘Grant and Will’ - ‘Admon with Will’ or ‘Grant and Will’ "‘Administration (Admon) or Grant’ does not contain a will. "Search for a probate record by post Download and fill in form PA1S to search for a probate record by post. Send it to the address on" the form. "It costs £1.50 for a search by post. This includes a copy of the probate record and will (if there is one). "You should get a response within 4 weeks. "If the person died in the last 6 months "Probate may not have been granted yet. You can use form PA1S to ask to be sent a copy of a probate if it’s granted in the next 6 months. This is called a ‘standing search’. It costs £10. "You can extend the standing search after 6 months." Happy searching! Lynne

    07/23/2019 01:59:51
    1. [WALES-GEN] Researching Methodist ancestors?
    2. Lynne
    3. If you're researching Methodist ancestors, The Methodist Heritage site might be helpful. Discussed on the site are where to find local church and circuit records, locations of Methodist church archives, and certificates of baptism, as well as where to find information about officers and ministers of the church and other information. See <http://www.methodistheritage.org.uk/research-family.htm> Happy searching! Lynne

    07/07/2019 03:44:31
    1. [WALES-GEN] WW2 Canteen Vistor Book
    2. Lynne
    3. Do you know anyone who was stationed in York during WW2? The Borthwick Institute for Archives has a fully digitised and transcribed Forces Canteen Visitors’ Book. See if you can find them at <https://borthcat.york.ac.uk/index.php/mr-y-wc-47>. Lynne

    07/03/2019 02:23:41
    1. [WALES-GEN] Anzac Day
    2. Lynne
    3. Today, 25 April, we commemorate Anzac Day with our Australian and New Zealand friends. This a day of remembrance of the sacrifice of those who died in the Gallipoli campaign and the First World War. Lynne

    04/25/2019 11:19:22
    1. [WALES-GEN] Appeal for relatives of Robert Owen DAVIES, born in Manchester
    2. Lynne
    3. Do you have DAVIES in your family? This fellow was born in Manchester, but what a Welsh name! "The Commonwealth War Graves Commission and The Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre wish to contact the next of kin of Corporal Robert Owen Davies of 10th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers. "Robert Owen Davies was born in Manchester and was married to Margaret Elizabeth. He was killed in action on 20 July 1916 in Delville Wood. "Robert is commemorated on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s Thiepval Memorial. However, new research has shown that he is in fact buried in London Cemetery and Extension. A rededication service will take place at his graveside in June 2019. "If you are related to Corporal Davies, please contact our Commemorations Team" at [email protected]

    04/24/2019 10:13:41
    1. [WALES-GEN] Free family history classes, many in the comfort of your own home
    2. Lynne
    3. FamilySearch offers free family history classes many of which are in webinar form and can be accessed on a home computer or other device. The price is right and a lot of the titles sound very worthwhile. Take a look at the April schedule at <https://media.familysearch.org/free-family-history-library-classes-and-webinars-in-april-2019/> or <http://tinyurl.com/y4yoyfqa>. If you take advantage of any of the classes, please tell the list about it and whether you would recommend it.

    04/11/2019 12:27:00
    1. [WALES-GEN] Adoptions
    2. Lynne
    3. If you have an ancestor in your tree who was adopted, you might find this article in Family Tree magazine helpful, which includes links to available UK records and resources and websites that can help in your research. See <http://tinyurl.com/y57foenp>

    04/11/2019 12:27:00
    1. [WALES-GEN] New Zealand subscribers
    2. Lynne
    3. Dear friends in New Zealand, We are mourning with you. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. Lynne

    03/17/2019 12:16:25
    1. [WALES-GEN] Re: Soldiers Whose Photos Appear South Wales Echo 1914-1916 Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales MEREDITH FORSEY
    2. Jeff Coleman
    3. The South Wales Echo for 1915 is not on the Welsh Newspapers Online site, but the Forsey family are mentioned in an item in the Rhondda Leader https://newspapers.library.wales/view/4614686/4614687/4/forsey dated 28th August 1915. Samuel Forsey was awarded the DCM. (according to that item). In another item this is the DSM https://newspapers.library.wales/view/4615040/4615047/67/forsey The Rhondda Leader 3rd June 1916 Can anyone check whether South Wales Echo is on the newspapers section of Findmypast.co.uk? Cardiff Libraries will have microfilmed copies of old editions of the South Wales Echo, but I do not know whether they have a scanning service to provide excerpts from microfilm. You may get other information on the Rootsweb Glamorgan list, which is more active than this one. Jeff -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] <[email protected]> Sent: 05 March 2019 10:47 To: [email protected] Subject: [WALES-GEN] Soldiers Whose Photos Appear South Wales Echo 1914-1916 Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales MEREDITH FORSEY In 2015 I downloaded 81 pages listing approx. 250 names of Soldiers Whose Photos Appear South Wales Echo 1914-1916. From a website that has since shut down. http://www.paulhyb2.homecall.co.uk/Bridsold/carsold.txt 02/05/2015 Does anyone have access or know who I can contact to obtain scans for George MEREDITH and several FORSEY in-laws photos appear In 2 Feb 1915 For readers information below is the list of names appearing on page 21 1915 02Feb Forsey John Cardiff and Coed Ely Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Forsey Harold Cardiff and Coed Ely Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Forsey Samuel Cardiff and Coed Ely Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Forsey Charles Cardiff and Coed Ely Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Meredith George [1] Chancey Lane Canton [Service No 15879, 144 Coy, 16th Divisional Train A.S.C.] 1915 02Feb Martin R son in law of J R Forsey of Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Milroy S Smith army boxer 1915 02Feb Coleman Victor army boxer 1915 03Feb Breeze pte John Treharris son of John Breeze of Durham St Cardiff 1915 03Feb Lydard pte R Parry St Tylorstown 1915 03Feb Henderson pte Paul Tramroad Side Merthyr 1915 03Feb Brown lce cpl J teacher Ponybont School Bridgend 1915 03Feb Brown G H 3 Phyllis St Barry Island 1915 03Feb Brown A E 3 Phyllis St Barry Island 1915 03Feb Woods pte H Plasygammil Rd Goodwick 1915 03Feb Woods pte Frank Plasygammil Rd Goodwick 1915 03Feb Francis sgt J J Ferndale 1915 03Feb Davies sgt C Ferndale 1915 03Feb Lee pte Michael Tongwynlais 1915 03Feb Waters rifleman C Whitting St Glynneath 1915 03Feb Edwards RSM D Ferndale 1915 03Feb Steggles cpl gen Ferndale 1915 03Feb Sweet sgt J S Ferndale 1915 03Feb Jones RQMS W Jasper Ferndale 1915 03Feb Roberts sgt Geo J Ferndale 1915 03Feb Daniels Evan Ferndale 1915 04Feb Lancien mon N Frenchman Imperial Hotel Cardiff 1915 04Feb Evans pte T Merthyr St Barry 1915 04Feb Morris pte F Crogan Hill Barry 1915 04Feb Betts cpl A Merthyr St Barry 1915 04Feb Bailey pte H Bassett St Barry 1915 04Feb Hardy lce cpl Greenwood St Barry 1915 04Feb Protheroe lce cpl Greenwood St Barry 1915 04Feb Belby pte Barry 1915 04Feb Bumford cpl A Merthyr St Barry Margaret Picard Queensland Australia _______________________________________________ Be sure mail to the list is in PLAIN TEXT. GENUKI - a virtual reference library of genealogical information. http://www.genuki.org.uk/ _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    03/05/2019 04:11:04
    1. [WALES-GEN] Soldiers Whose Photos Appear South Wales Echo 1914-1916 Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales MEREDITH FORSEY
    2. In 2015 I downloaded 81 pages listing approx. 250 names of Soldiers Whose Photos Appear South Wales Echo 1914-1916. From a website that has since shut down. http://www.paulhyb2.homecall.co.uk/Bridsold/carsold.txt 02/05/2015 Does anyone have access or know who I can contact to obtain scans for George MEREDITH and several FORSEY in-laws photos appear In 2 Feb 1915 For readers information below is the list of names appearing on page 21 1915 02Feb Forsey John Cardiff and Coed Ely Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Forsey Harold Cardiff and Coed Ely Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Forsey Samuel Cardiff and Coed Ely Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Forsey Charles Cardiff and Coed Ely Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Meredith George [1] Chancey Lane Canton [Service No 15879, 144 Coy, 16th Divisional Train A.S.C.] 1915 02Feb Martin R son in law of J R Forsey of Llantrisant 1915 02Feb Milroy S Smith army boxer 1915 02Feb Coleman Victor army boxer 1915 03Feb Breeze pte John Treharris son of John Breeze of Durham St Cardiff 1915 03Feb Lydard pte R Parry St Tylorstown 1915 03Feb Henderson pte Paul Tramroad Side Merthyr 1915 03Feb Brown lce cpl J teacher Ponybont School Bridgend 1915 03Feb Brown G H 3 Phyllis St Barry Island 1915 03Feb Brown A E 3 Phyllis St Barry Island 1915 03Feb Woods pte H Plasygammil Rd Goodwick 1915 03Feb Woods pte Frank Plasygammil Rd Goodwick 1915 03Feb Francis sgt J J Ferndale 1915 03Feb Davies sgt C Ferndale 1915 03Feb Lee pte Michael Tongwynlais 1915 03Feb Waters rifleman C Whitting St Glynneath 1915 03Feb Edwards RSM D Ferndale 1915 03Feb Steggles cpl gen Ferndale 1915 03Feb Sweet sgt J S Ferndale 1915 03Feb Jones RQMS W Jasper Ferndale 1915 03Feb Roberts sgt Geo J Ferndale 1915 03Feb Daniels Evan Ferndale 1915 04Feb Lancien mon N Frenchman Imperial Hotel Cardiff 1915 04Feb Evans pte T Merthyr St Barry 1915 04Feb Morris pte F Crogan Hill Barry 1915 04Feb Betts cpl A Merthyr St Barry 1915 04Feb Bailey pte H Bassett St Barry 1915 04Feb Hardy lce cpl Greenwood St Barry 1915 04Feb Protheroe lce cpl Greenwood St Barry 1915 04Feb Belby pte Barry 1915 04Feb Bumford cpl A Merthyr St Barry Margaret Picard Queensland Australia

    03/05/2019 03:46:52
    1. [WALES-GEN] Happy St David's day
    2. Lynne
    3. Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus! Happy St David's day! Today is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, which falls on 1 March, the date of Saint David's death in 589 AD. David, a sixth century missionary and ascetic, established a strict religious community in what is now St Davids in south-west Pembrokeshire and became known both for his pious austerity and his ability to perform miracles. Most famously, he is said to have caused the ground to rise up beneath his feet while preaching at Llandewi Brefi, so that all in the audience could hear his sermon. The day has been regularly celebrated since the canonisation of David in the 12th century. Lynne

    03/01/2019 07:56:54
    1. [WALES-GEN] tracing criminals
    2. Lynne
    3. Have criminals amongst your ancestors? Who Do You Think You Are has an online article that might help you find your ancestors' prison records, the 14 best websites for tracing prisoners in your family history: <https://tinyurl.com/y4nekrfq> The National Archives has "How to trace your criminal ancestors" at <https://tinyurl.com/y66w8dhf> and links to 16 research guides at <https://tinyurl.com/y4rm33v7>. Good luck! If you find something interesting, please do post about it. It would be a crime not to share. Lynne

    02/27/2019 08:14:57
    1. [WALES-GEN] Re: ADMIN: why your messages might not reach the list
    2. Denny Brown
    3. I wasn't sure if I should reply to this query or not. I did hear from E. Patience Northern and wales-gen (I think), so I guesss all of the messaging, at least to me, seems to be working. I am hoping to travel to Cardiganshire in the next year or so as I have discovered that I have ancestry in Lledrod and Bettws Bledrws! Best Regards to All, Dennis Morgan "Denny" Brown S.E. Ohio, U.S.A. On Thu, Feb 21, 2019 at 10:54 AM Patience Northern <[email protected]> wrote: > I will try a message. My question is this. My mother’s family name is > Coomes. There are many other spellings of the name. A lot of researchers > believe they all are Combs related. In Wales which of the following are > most common? Combs, Coombs, Coombes, Cooms, and Coomes. > Our family legend is this, “Capt. Coomes brought his family to Baltimore, > Maryland. He sailed back with more people but was lost at sea. We do not > have his name ot the name of the ship. A son was born, James Tucker Coomes, > about 1812, as listed in the 1820 Baltimore census. This son later went in > search of his father but didn’t find him. He is my grandfather. I am > trying to > learn in what area this spelling is most often found. > Thank you, > E. Patience Northern > > > Sent from my iPad > > > On Feb 20, 2019, at 4:48 PM, Lynne <[email protected]> wrote: > > > > Hello all > > > > Some of us have had problems posting to the list. The problem might be > due to email being sent in HTML, Rich Text, or MIME rather than in Plain > Text. Before we were switched to the new list software, the mail servers > would endeavour to strip out any HTML from a list message and send the > plain text on to subscribers. When the HTML could not be stripped out, > messages were held in an administrative folder for review. It seems that > is no longer happening. > > > > When you post to the list, please be sure to do so only in plain text to > ensure that your message is distributed to fellow subscribers. If you're > not sure how to send plain text email, here are a few links with > instructions that might help: > > > > * Outlook <https://www.lifewire.com/outlook-plain-text-message-1165895 > > > > * Gmail < > https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-send-a-message-in-plain-text-from-gmail-1171963 > > > > * IncrediMail < > http://help.incredimail.com/english/help/im/plaintext.html> > > > > If your email program is not one of these three, search the web for "how > to send email in plain text" and you'll find the answer for a variety of > email programs. > > > > Best wishes, > > Lynne > > > > _______________________________________________ > > Be sure mail to the list is in PLAIN TEXT. > > > > GENUKI - a virtual reference library of genealogical information. > http://www.genuki.org.uk/ > > _______________________________________________ > > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community > > _______________________________________________ > Be sure mail to the list is in PLAIN TEXT. > > GENUKI - a virtual reference library of genealogical information. > http://www.genuki.org.uk/ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe > https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: > https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb > community >

    02/21/2019 09:41:55
    1. [WALES-GEN] Re: ADMIN: why your messages might not reach the list
    2. Patience Northern
    3. I will try a message. My question is this. My mother’s family name is Coomes. There are many other spellings of the name. A lot of researchers believe they all are Combs related. In Wales which of the following are most common? Combs, Coombs, Coombes, Cooms, and Coomes. Our family legend is this, “Capt. Coomes brought his family to Baltimore, Maryland. He sailed back with more people but was lost at sea. We do not have his name ot the name of the ship. A son was born, James Tucker Coomes, about 1812, as listed in the 1820 Baltimore census. This son later went in search of his father but didn’t find him. He is my grandfather. I am trying to learn in what area this spelling is most often found. Thank you, E. Patience Northern Sent from my iPad > On Feb 20, 2019, at 4:48 PM, Lynne <[email protected]> wrote: > > Hello all > > Some of us have had problems posting to the list. The problem might be due to email being sent in HTML, Rich Text, or MIME rather than in Plain Text. Before we were switched to the new list software, the mail servers would endeavour to strip out any HTML from a list message and send the plain text on to subscribers. When the HTML could not be stripped out, messages were held in an administrative folder for review. It seems that is no longer happening. > > When you post to the list, please be sure to do so only in plain text to ensure that your message is distributed to fellow subscribers. If you're not sure how to send plain text email, here are a few links with instructions that might help: > > * Outlook <https://www.lifewire.com/outlook-plain-text-message-1165895> > * Gmail <https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-send-a-message-in-plain-text-from-gmail-1171963> > * IncrediMail <http://help.incredimail.com/english/help/im/plaintext.html> > > If your email program is not one of these three, search the web for "how to send email in plain text" and you'll find the answer for a variety of email programs. > > Best wishes, > Lynne > > _______________________________________________ > Be sure mail to the list is in PLAIN TEXT. > > GENUKI - a virtual reference library of genealogical information. http://www.genuki.org.uk/ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    02/21/2019 08:53:30
    1. [WALES-GEN] ADMIN: why your messages might not reach the list
    2. Lynne
    3. Hello all Some of us have had problems posting to the list. The problem might be due to email being sent in HTML, Rich Text, or MIME rather than in Plain Text. Before we were switched to the new list software, the mail servers would endeavour to strip out any HTML from a list message and send the plain text on to subscribers. When the HTML could not be stripped out, messages were held in an administrative folder for review. It seems that is no longer happening. When you post to the list, please be sure to do so only in plain text to ensure that your message is distributed to fellow subscribers. If you're not sure how to send plain text email, here are a few links with instructions that might help: * Outlook <https://www.lifewire.com/outlook-plain-text-message-1165895> * Gmail <https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-send-a-message-in-plain-text-from-gmail-1171963> * IncrediMail <http://help.incredimail.com/english/help/im/plaintext.html> If your email program is not one of these three, search the web for "how to send email in plain text" and you'll find the answer for a variety of email programs. Best wishes, Lynne

    02/20/2019 02:52:56
    1. [WALES-GEN] GRO PDF’s have become a permanent service
    2. Lynne
    3. From <https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/default.asp>: "GRO has been piloting a service providing PDF copies of historical birth and death records. From the 16th February 2019 PDF’s have become a permanent service. "Applications for PDF’s cost £7, must be made online and include a GRO index reference. England and Wales records which are available to order in PDF format include: "Births: 1837–1918 "Deaths: 1837–1957 "Note: A PDF is not a certificate and has no “evidential” value, therefore a paper certified copy [certificate] is required for official purposes, e.g. applying for a passport, driving licence or where required to give notice of marriage. "Change in Fees "From 16th February 2019 GRO have increased the price of certificates and made changes to delivery options. Extra charges will apply if you do not order certificates online or include a GRO index reference (where available). "Multilingual Standard Forms: These are now available with applications for certificates (or separately with a certificate of no impediment) if needed for use in EU countries. Please see our ’Most customers want to know’ section for more information."

    02/19/2019 09:36:58
    1. [WALES-GEN] Family history bargains
    2. Lynne
    3. Each week the Who Do You Think You Are email newsletter publishes family history deals, amongst other interesting things. This week, the newsletter has links to Valentine's Day offers from DNA testing companies and a discount on Society of Genealogists membership. On top of that, the newsletter itself is free and often contains links to articles in the Who Do You Think You Are magazine which are free to read. To view this week's newsletter online, go to <http://e.whodoyouthinkyouaremagazine.com/q/1f7AVIfBVcTybkIHsKBv6Ly/wv> or <http://tinyurl.com/y7kbbttm<. To sign up to receive the free newsletter, go to <http://www.whodoyouthinkyouaremagazine.com/newsletter> or <http://tinyurl.com/y9lrkntx>. Do you know of any other free resources? Please let us know! Lynne

    02/08/2019 09:49:27
    1. [WALES-GEN] Welsh pauper letters - 31 January 2019
    2. Lynne
    3. From The National Archives: "...we should be clem'd and starved...": Welsh pauper letters "In this talk, Professor Stephen King (University of Leicester) will delve into the rich primary source material of pauper letters held at The National Archives. "Stephen will demonstrate how people of Wales in the 19th century adjusted to the new Poor Law system, and will bring out some of the very personal experiences of poverty through the accounts of the people who experienced it. "In Their Own Write is a three-year, AHRC-funded project, running from 2018 to 2021, which uses letters from paupers and other poor people, and associated manuscript material such as petitions, sworn statements and advocate letters (those written on behalf of paupers) to investigate the lives of the poor between 1834 and 1900. "It is run jointly by The National Archives at Kew and the Department of History at the University of Leicester." Free See <https://tinyurl.com/yawt5vyl> for information and to register for the talk. The National Archives Bessant Drive Richmond TW9 4DU

    01/23/2019 12:59:11
    1. [WALES-GEN] Re: National Archives - Change in fees
    2. Denny Brown
    3. Ouch! Sent from my iPhone > On Dec 23, 2018, at 11:01 AM, Lynne <[email protected]> wrote: > > From <http://livelb.nationalarchives.gov.uk/about/news/changes-to-our-fees/> - > > "From 1 February 2019, there will be changes to some of the fees we charge. > > "Archive boxes on repository shelvesAs a government department providing a public service, we are able to charge for some statutory services (as defined by the Public Records Act ) on a cost recovery basis. The Fees Order, which regulates our fees, has been refreshed from the last calculation which came into effect 1 April 2017. We are maintaining the standard approach in line with the HM Treasury publication, Managing Public Money, to set charges at a level that will recover full costs, ensuring that The National Archives neither profits at the expense of consumers nor makes a loss for taxpayers to subsidise. > > "There are both price increases and decreases, for example a digital copy up to A3 size goes up by 10p to £1.20. Currently, our research service cost £23.35 per 15 minutes, this will go up by £1.00 however, the charge for a copy of a naturalisation certificate will go down by 25p to £27.15. > > "As there is no legal requirement for The National Archives to digitise physical public records these services are by definition discretionary. We have therefore removed the following digital surrogate related lines: > • The creation of digital surrogates funded by others (for a commercial return, or to widen access) > • Reprographic charges (Production and Estimation) > • Image Library (Serviced Copies – Colour Photograph) > • Digital Downloads > • Conservation for Digitisation > > "In addition to, but separate from, the Fees Order changes, we are introducing a fee for the provision of letters of no evidence of naturalisation, in the same way that we charge for certified copies of naturalisation certificates. They will incur a fee of £27.15 which is regulated to be the cost recovery price (i.e. the cost to The National Archives doing the work). > > "A full list of fees can be found here > <www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documents/record-copying-prices-february-2019.pdf>" > > > Don't shoot the messenger! > > Lynne > > _______________________________________________ > Be sure mail to the list is in PLAIN TEXT. > > GENUKI - a virtual reference library of genealogical information. http://www.genuki.org.uk/ > _______________________________________________ > Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref > Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/[email protected] > Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 > Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog > RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community

    01/09/2019 05:29:01