- What happened to Maria Christiaanse/Mietje Klembie (last trace 1813 in Den Helder)?
- Lucas Castisch and Magdalena Foppen
- Christiaan Chlimbie and Trijntje Kok (in Raamstraat, Rotterdam in 1789)
- Hermanus Jansen and Johanna van der Heijde of Reek, Noord-Brabant
- Death of Gerrit Voren (focus on Muiderberg 1805-1812)
- Death of Lijsbet Jans Mink
- Parents of Hendrik van den Eijkhof (1768-1822)
- Parents of Symen Hogendoorn (c1761-1833)
- Death of Magdalena Staveleu (1734-), living in Rotterdam in 1812
- Origins of Ann Warren of Hertfordshire
- Origins of Elizabeth Chalkley (1788-1852)
- What happened to Elizabeth Ellis of Farnham?
- Origins and later life of Michael Brennan (c1825-) of Kilkenny
- Origins and later life of Bridget Joyce (c1831-) of Roscommon
- Maiden names of Martha Blunt and Mary Johnson of Northampton
- Maiden name of Rhoda Forrest of Sussex
- Wife of Thomas Chandler of Isleworth
- Parents of Susan Middleditch, born circa 1791 in Hinderclay
- Origins of John Williams, born circa 1815 in Battersea
- Origins and maiden name of Emma Louise, wife of above, born circa 1812 in Fulham/Battersea
- Later life of both of the above
- Wife of William Hyatt of Sunbury
- Thomas and Mary Sturmey of Shifnal
Migrant Ancestors Edit
- Francis Tivey (1838-1899), born in Birmingham, lived in Staffordshire with his first wife before eloping to Lancashire with another woman, then moved to the United States in 1883, first living in Springfield, Massachusetts, then settling in Hartford, Connecticut.
- Michael Brennan (c1825-?), born in Kilkenny and Bridget Joyce (c1831-?), born in Roscommon, married in Wesminster on 17 February 1856.
- Michiel Delfos (c1624-?), born in Tournai (Doornik in Dutch), lived in Leiden with his French wife Marie Pamaert, last known alive in 1691.
- Cornelius Reemer (1830-1912), born in Antwerp to an unmarried Dutchwoman, raised and in Den Helder and lived in Haarlem.
- Marie Pamaert, born in Valenciennes, lived in Leiden with her Belgian husband Michiel Delfos, last known alive in 1700.
- Giovanni Antonio Vitali (1823-1893), born into a farming family in Druogno, Piemonte, walked to the Netherlands in 1839, then returned to Italy for his compulsory military duty aged eighteen, before returning to the Netherlands where he lived in Amsterdam.
- Jan Wage (c1731-1811), born in Krempe, moved to the Netherlands probably in the 1760s and lived in Amsterdam. A member of the Evangelical Lutheran church in Amsterdam.
- Herman Heinrich Bante (1736-1807), born in Lubeck, moved to the Netherlands probably in the 1760s and lived in Amsterdam. Known as Harmen Hendrik Bante there. A member of the Evangelical Lutheran church in Amsterdam.
- Petrus la Heij (c1756-1819), born in Aachen, lived in Grave, Noord-Brabant, worked as a soldier until his death.