Monthly Archives: May 2016

Restaurant: UK: London: Windsor Gurkha Palace

Gurkha Palace restaurant – which is next to the Guildhall in Windsor. 1 Church LaneWindsor SL4 1PA. Not entirely a traditional Indian Restaurant, the food is differnent to the usual fare. They do an excellent set menu for £18/person. (2010) See for their web site, where you can quickly see from the names of their food… Read More »

Genealogy: Sources: England/Wales Divorce Records National Archives

For divorces which you think took place in England and Wales between 1858 and 1937 you can look in the Catalogue of The National Archives. Try the family name in the “Word or phrase”  box and you’ll need J77 in “Department or Series Code” box. If you find a relevant entry then you’ll need to go… Read More »

Restaurant: UK: Surrey: Frimley: The Ancient Raj

Obviously an Indian Restaurant. Perhaps not the most sophisticated of Indian food, but consistently good. The staff are more friendly than a typical Indiand restaurant. They are well able to cater for parties of 20 people. At least once a year they have a fun Elvis Presley night!   The Ancient Raj, 9 The Parade,… Read More »

Genealogy: Sources: Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora Memorials Foundation To quote their web site “At the Buchenwald Memorial, the history of the Nazi concentration camp is to receive priority within this context. The history of the Soviet internment camp is to be integrated into the scientific and museum work to an appropriate degree. At the Mittelbau-Dora Memorial, special attention is to be devoted… Read More »

Ferrier, Henry David

Henry David Ferrier was an elder brother of my great grandfather Alfred James Ferrier. He emmigrated to the USA and settled in New York City (Kings County, Brooklyn). I know Henry David had one son who got married and they then had chidren. I have figured out what happened initially to some of them. Most… Read More »