Two Smiths - Housekeeping - EPT Bake - Part 49s

03 September 2009

Afternoon,

Potato, eggplant, tomato, fresh basil from the garden, onion and garlic, ground pepper, mozarella cheese and Panko bread crumbs. Somewhere between an eggplant parmesan and a moussaka, give or take a few ingredients... Started at 4:30 pm and finished at 6:30 pm. Last night's supper was very good, if I say so myself. And my blood sugar went down... Leftovers frozen.

I've moved and updated the July Descendant Chart that I created in Part 45 to the left column. It's titled July Descendant Chart - 2. And as always this will give you an easier access than having to scroll to the actual Blog entry, when you just want a quick check at the line of decendency. I know I have to do it all the time.

I've now included the chart My Ancestral Lines, also in the left hand column, that I quickly created this past July, in Part 29. It is of my eight ancestral lines: Smith, Scott, Abraham, July, Robertson, Merrifield, Goodey, Crossley. It depicts my basic combination from each of my great-grandparents.

In my search for documents and data, I have been spending some time reviewing Grenada Civil Registration, 1866-1940 records. What appears to be common place, the registration of infant births typically did not include the name of the infant. The information provided, if there is copy available, as I have to account for age and condition of the record from time-to-time, usually includes the following:
1. Name of the District,
2. Year,
3. Number of Entry,
4. Date of Registration,
5. Name of the Child (if any), (even my father's does not include his name),
6. Sex - Male, Female, Total,
7. Date of the event registered,
8. Place, or in in whose house the event occurred,
9. Name of Parents of the Infant registered,
10. Name of party giving the information, and
11. Remarks and Observations.

From FHL[1523187], Civil Registration, 1866-1940, St. George 1-2854 Sep 1888-Jun 1892, I discovered the two images.

The first --

Transcribed --
1. Name of the District - St. Georges in Grenada,
2. Year - 1889,
3. Number of Entry - 348,
4. Date of Registration - May 15,
5. Name of the Child (if any) -- ,
6. Sex - Male, Total - 1,
7. Date of the event registered - May 11,
8. Place, or in in whose house the event occurred - Hospital St.,
9. Name of Parents of the Infant registered - William James & Ella Margaret Louise Smith,
10. Name of party giving the information - W.J. Smith, and
11. Remarks and Observations - Legt. vac notice.

And the parents are great-grandparents William James and Ella Margaret Louise (née Scott) Smith... and I was able to match the information to the Baptism Registration of one of their sons, Edward Gordon Smith, my granduncle.


On the inserted image you can see that his baptismal entry is 2nd from the bottom, No. 47... and the date of birth, 11 May 1889, match. Bingo!

I found this document from the microfilm FHL[1523656] - Anglican Church, Parish of St. George (Grenada); Parish registers, 1784-1971.

The second --

Transcribed --
1. Name of the District - Saint Georges in Grenada,
2. Year - 1889,
3. Number of Entry - 2506,
4. Date of Registration - October 7,
5. Name of the Child (if any) -- ,
6. Sex - Female, Total - 1,
7. Date of the event registered - October 6,
8. Place, or in in whose house the event occurred - Tyrrel Street,
9. Name of Parents of the Infant registered - W. J. & wife Ella M. L. Smith,
10. Name of party giving the information - W. Smith, St. Georges Clerk and
11. Remarks and Observations - Legt. Vac Notice, C.K.?.

Superb, another success! Parents - great-grandparents William James and Ella (née Scott) Smith. The birth of their second daughter, grandaunt Olive Esme Smith. And I just happened to also have copy of her baptism registration.


The entry is third from the top, number 83. This registration was also discovered from the microfilm FHL[1523656].

And my question now is, what do I do with the four okra ripening in garden?

Enjoy,

Jim

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Bonjour,

Pommes de terre, aubergine, tomate, basilic frais du jardin, l'oignon et l'ail, le poivre, le fromage mozarella et les miettes de pain Panko. Quelque part entre un aubergines au parmesan, et une moussaka, donner ou prendre, quelques ingrédients ... A commencé à 4:30 pm et a terminé à 6:30 pm. Le souper d'hier soir était très bon, si je dis moi-même. Et mon taux de sucre sanguin descend ... Les restes congelés.

J'ai déménagé, et mis à jour, le tableau des descendants de la famille July, que j'ai créée dans la Partie 45, dans la colonne de gauche. Il s'intitule July Descendant Graphique - 2. Et comme toujours, cela vous donnera un accès plus facile que d'avoir à faire défiler, à l'entrée de blog réelle, quand vous voulez juste une vérification rapide, à la ligne de decendency. Je sais que je dois le faire tout le temps.

J'ai maintenant compris le graphique, My Ancestral Lines, également dans la colonne de gauche, que j'ai rapidement créé, cet Juillet passé, dans la partie 29. Il est de mon huit lignes ancestrales: Smith, Scott, Abraham, Juillet, Robertson, Merrifield, Goodey, Crossley. Il décrit mes combinaison de base, de chacun, de mes arrière-grands parents.

Et ma question est maintenant, que dois-je faire, avec les quatre, le gombo, la maturation dans le jardin?

Bon chance,

Jim

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