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The GANDER (& GANDAR)
One-Name Study

The GANDER (& GANDAR)
The GANDER (& GANDAR)
One-Name Study
One-Name Study

 

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Births, Marriages and Deaths Registrations

England and Wales from 1837 Q3 (ie 3rd Quarter) to 1911 inclusive

I've listed these indexed alphabetically by Forename(s). Where no SURNAME is given - the majority - the Registration is for GANDER. Individuals registered as GANDAR are shown as such and are complete for the period shown. Some incidental variations on the SURNAME are also shown but the coverage is not complete.

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Explanatory Notes: Births 1837 - 1911

There are 2 extra columns that won't be found in the usual GRO Indexes for this period:

1. 'FT?': Originally I started this as a note to myself that if I'd marked the entry with a 'Y', it meant I'd been able to place the individual within a known GANDER family tree. Largely this still holds though later I extended it to mean that I have further information on the person. If a 'c' is present alongside the 'Y' then I either have a copy of the Certificate or have copied details from it.

2. 'Mthrs Maiden Name': I've written this in where I have the mothers maiden name either from the Birth Certificate or other evidence.


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Explanatory Notes: Marriages 1837 - 1911

I use 2 extra columns not found in the usual GRO Indexes for this period:

3. The 'Married to' column also won't be found at the GRO Indexes for this period. Where surname of the bride or groom appears I will usually have seen the Marriage Certificate or Parish Register entry.


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Explanatory Notes: Deaths 1837 - 1911

Again, I use 2 extra columns not found in the usual GRO Indexes for this period:

4. 'FT?': - See para.1 above

5 . 'Bn GANDER(F)?': I've found it useful for One-Name Study purposes to record 'Y' (Yes) or 'N' (No) against Death Registrations for female GANDER entries if I know from other records that they'd married a GANDER, rather than been born a GANDER. If the latter, then there's no point in trying to find a GANDER birth or baptism record to match up!



The General Registrar Office's Indexes of Births, Marriages and Deaths are the property of the Crown. I have been given permission to reproduce the GANDER and GANDAR entries - albeit it in a changed format - on the grounds that the data is to be used for recreational purposes only and not for commercial gain. The Office for National Statistics reserve all rights on behalf of the Crown in the use of the data which cannot be reproduced either as a whole or in part without the prior written permission of ONS. Any queries should be made to: csb.support@ons.gov.uk