Wednesday, February 18, 2004

wrote in message

> Just a long shot - has anybody out there got any info on the 'France' family
> from London Marylebone, Holborn and area.
> They were a large firm of Undertakers (still trading in Holborn today) going
> back into the 18th century at least, in fact they were the undertakers who
> buried Admiral Lord Nelson
> By genealogical standards I've only scratched the surface using, 1901 census,
> FreeBMD and LDS 1881 census and I've got back to a GG grandfather Henry W
> France born in 1837. I think most of what I've got will prove to be fairly
> sound as I've not taken anything as gospel. Before I start spending any serious
> money I want to get as much info as possible before filling in any gaps and
> confirming BMD's with certificates. Is there anywhere free that might help me
> get back into the very early nineteenth and late eighteenth century ? I seem to
> have come to an impasse.
> Any help appreciated
> Biscuitman

Tuesday, February 03, 2004

HCA - Page 256 - Det Kongelige Bibliotek: "Faksimile"

In the index Dreams see Drømmer

HCA - Page 257 - Det Kongelige Bibliotek

H.C. Andersen - Dagbøger - Indledning:"H.C. Andersens dagbøger I-X samt de to registerbind XI og XII blev udgivet i årene 1971-77 af Det Danske Sprog- og Litteraturselskab på G.E.C. Gads Forlag.
Et fotografisk genoptryk blev udgivet som paperback i 1995-96. Arbejdet med transskription af de originale dagbogsmanuskripter, der opbevares på Det Kongelige Bibliotek, . . . "

H.C. Andersen's diaries volumes I-X, and the two volume index XI og XII, were published 1971-77 by Det Danske Sprog- og Litteraturselskab with G.E.C. Gads Forlag.

A paperback edition came out i 1995-96.

The original mss are in the Royal Library, Copenhagen.

on line

Monday, February 02, 2004

Norwegian Naming Patterns great