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Re: Time set 00:00 on some Media Files

Derek Kain
 

Hello Mike,
The screen shots were sent to you in the incorrect format apparently which is why you haven't got them.
Trying again. Got to use the Snipping Tool.
Three dumps attached as .jpg files
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 15:10, Mike Tate <post@...> wrote:

Unfortunately, you forgot to insert/add the screenshots.

It should not matter whether JPG or JPEG but where are you seeing JPEG?

If the file you investigated has a different date-time and different size then it can’t be the same file.

 

 

From: family-historian@groups.io <family-historian@groups.io> On Behalf Of Derek Kain
Sent: 06 July 2020 13:13
To: family-historian@groups.io
Subject: Re: [family-historian] Time set 00:00 on some Media Files

 

Hello Mike,

Unusual I thought was an understatement. 

You are right, using the media tab on the Property Box for an Individual.

They are JPG. But, having said that in the second picture the one that gave the missing time is a JPEG file.

I wouldn't have thought that would make a difference.

Looking at the Properties of the file it is a JPG file with all three dates showing correctly.

Changing the File Explorer listing the file in question just below the centre of the screen is now Baptism 1831 Kain Patrick 1831a.jpg 09/01/2019 00:00 and the size is much larger at 1,536KB.

Hope that helps?

Derek Kain


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Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Derek Kain
 

Hello Neil,
Thank you for that information.
Derek


Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Mike Tate
 

From: family-historian@groups.io <family-historian@groups.io> On Behalf Of Derek Kain
Sent: 06 July 2020 15:33
To: family-historian@groups.io
Subject: Re: [family-historian] File attachments and Images on this list

 

Hello Neil,

I've managed to do what I wanted to do but the messages of S&S on the screen after selecting an area I don't understand their meaning.

No instructions?

Derek

 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 15:20, Neil Grantham via groups.io <neil40=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

Yes, there is a new one with Windows 10 that you are offered when opening Snipping Tool

In Windows 10, a handy quick way of getting a screen grab with Snip and Sketch is to press Windows+Shift+S simultaneously (Windows key is the one between Ctrl and Alt to the left of the space bar) - you can then draw around your snip area you want to capture. This is copied to the clipboard - you are notified of this - and you can paste the clip to any application using Ctrl+V (or Edit>Paste)

Windows, Shift and S are handily close together and can be done with one hand.

By default just drag a square, but there are other options to create a freeform shape or grab a window or full screen - see the small menu that opens at the top of the screen.

 

Best Wishes,

Neil

 

 

On Monday, 6 July 2020, 15:11:53 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:

 

 

Neil and Trevor,

Thank you very much for that. I now remember coming across it a few years ago. But never used it.

Just found out a new Snip & Sketch is available.

Derek

 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:52, Neil Grantham via groups.io <neil40=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:

Derek

 

If you are on Windows 7 or above Snipping Tool is part of the standard Windows operating system.

If you click on the Start button and start typing snip you will see the Tool offered as something you can click on.

Alternately, look in the Program folder 'Windows Accessories'

 

Best Wishes,

Neil

 

 

On Monday, 6 July 2020, 14:34:48 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:

 

 

Hello Ros,

Apologies for my ignorance. I couldn't find a program on my computer at the time to convert a screen dump that had to be cropped due to duel screens to jpg files. Will find Snipping tool and download it.

Derek 

 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:22, Ros <ros@...> wrote:

Please be aware EVERY message which has an image or other attachment has to be manually approved. 

This makes for work for the list moderators.

So please:

1. Only attach files if essential
2. When replying to a message which had an image in it remember to remove the repeated image.  Ideally you should never include the full contents of the thread on any reply to the list.
3. If using an Antivirus which adds a picture to every email change the settings so it does not
4. Attachments not in jpg format will be removed (if you want to include a screen shot please use the Snipping tool to grab a jpg images, do not attach Word processing format files).


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Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Neil Grantham
 

OK, so it should say that the Snip has been saved to the clipboard.
You can immediately click on that message to open S&S and you can add mark ups - use a highlighter or a pen to add lines etc. 
Alternately, it is stored in the computers clipboard (it gets overwritten if you do a new one) that is available to paste without any mark ups, into applications such as an email or Microsoft Word - where you just press Ctrl+V or use Paste icons to add it.
This MS video is handy to show all that in action https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1p2kgd-Rsc

Best Wishes,

Neil


On Monday, 6 July 2020, 15:33:36 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:


Hello Neil,
I've managed to do what I wanted to do but the messages of S&S on the screen after selecting an area I don't understand their meaning.
No instructions?
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 15:20, Neil Grantham via groups.io <neil40=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Yes, there is a new one with Windows 10 that you are offered when opening Snipping Tool
In Windows 10, a handy quick way of getting a screen grab with Snip and Sketch is to press Windows+Shift+S simultaneously (Windows key is the one between Ctrl and Alt to the left of the space bar) - you can then draw around your snip area you want to capture. This is copied to the clipboard - you are notified of this - and you can paste the clip to any application using Ctrl+V (or Edit>Paste)
Windows, Shift and S are handily close together and can be done with one hand.
By default just drag a square, but there are other options to create a freeform shape or grab a window or full screen - see the small menu that opens at the top of the screen.

Best Wishes,

Neil


On Monday, 6 July 2020, 15:11:53 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:


Neil and Trevor,
Thank you very much for that. I now remember coming across it a few years ago. But never used it.
Just found out a new Snip & Sketch is available.
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:52, Neil Grantham via groups.io <neil40=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Derek

If you are on Windows 7 or above Snipping Tool is part of the standard Windows operating system.
If you click on the Start button and start typing snip you will see the Tool offered as something you can click on.
Alternately, look in the Program folder 'Windows Accessories'

Best Wishes,

Neil


On Monday, 6 July 2020, 14:34:48 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:


Hello Ros,
Apologies for my ignorance. I couldn't find a program on my computer at the time to convert a screen dump that had to be cropped due to duel screens to jpg files. Will find Snipping tool and download it.
Derek 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:22, Ros <ros@...> wrote:
Please be aware EVERY message which has an image or other attachment has to be manually approved. 

This makes for work for the list moderators.

So please:

1. Only attach files if essential
2. When replying to a message which had an image in it remember to remove the repeated image.  Ideally you should never include the full contents of the thread on any reply to the list.
3. If using an Antivirus which adds a picture to every email change the settings so it does not
4. Attachments not in jpg format will be removed (if you want to include a screen shot please use the Snipping tool to grab a jpg images, do not attach Word processing format files).


Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Derek Kain
 

Hello Neil,
I've managed to do what I wanted to do but the messages of S&S on the screen after selecting an area I don't understand their meaning.
No instructions?
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 15:20, Neil Grantham via groups.io <neil40=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Yes, there is a new one with Windows 10 that you are offered when opening Snipping Tool
In Windows 10, a handy quick way of getting a screen grab with Snip and Sketch is to press Windows+Shift+S simultaneously (Windows key is the one between Ctrl and Alt to the left of the space bar) - you can then draw around your snip area you want to capture. This is copied to the clipboard - you are notified of this - and you can paste the clip to any application using Ctrl+V (or Edit>Paste)
Windows, Shift and S are handily close together and can be done with one hand.
By default just drag a square, but there are other options to create a freeform shape or grab a window or full screen - see the small menu that opens at the top of the screen.

Best Wishes,

Neil


On Monday, 6 July 2020, 15:11:53 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:


Neil and Trevor,
Thank you very much for that. I now remember coming across it a few years ago. But never used it.
Just found out a new Snip & Sketch is available.
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:52, Neil Grantham via groups.io <neil40=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Derek

If you are on Windows 7 or above Snipping Tool is part of the standard Windows operating system.
If you click on the Start button and start typing snip you will see the Tool offered as something you can click on.
Alternately, look in the Program folder 'Windows Accessories'

Best Wishes,

Neil


On Monday, 6 July 2020, 14:34:48 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:


Hello Ros,
Apologies for my ignorance. I couldn't find a program on my computer at the time to convert a screen dump that had to be cropped due to duel screens to jpg files. Will find Snipping tool and download it.
Derek 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:22, Ros <ros@...> wrote:
Please be aware EVERY message which has an image or other attachment has to be manually approved. 

This makes for work for the list moderators.

So please:

1. Only attach files if essential
2. When replying to a message which had an image in it remember to remove the repeated image.  Ideally you should never include the full contents of the thread on any reply to the list.
3. If using an Antivirus which adds a picture to every email change the settings so it does not
4. Attachments not in jpg format will be removed (if you want to include a screen shot please use the Snipping tool to grab a jpg images, do not attach Word processing format files).


Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Neil Grantham
 

Yes, there is a new one with Windows 10 that you are offered when opening Snipping Tool
In Windows 10, a handy quick way of getting a screen grab with Snip and Sketch is to press Windows+Shift+S simultaneously (Windows key is the one between Ctrl and Alt to the left of the space bar) - you can then draw around your snip area you want to capture. This is copied to the clipboard - you are notified of this - and you can paste the clip to any application using Ctrl+V (or Edit>Paste)
Windows, Shift and S are handily close together and can be done with one hand.
By default just drag a square, but there are other options to create a freeform shape or grab a window or full screen - see the small menu that opens at the top of the screen.

Best Wishes,

Neil


On Monday, 6 July 2020, 15:11:53 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:


Neil and Trevor,
Thank you very much for that. I now remember coming across it a few years ago. But never used it.
Just found out a new Snip & Sketch is available.
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:52, Neil Grantham via groups.io <neil40=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Derek

If you are on Windows 7 or above Snipping Tool is part of the standard Windows operating system.
If you click on the Start button and start typing snip you will see the Tool offered as something you can click on.
Alternately, look in the Program folder 'Windows Accessories'

Best Wishes,

Neil


On Monday, 6 July 2020, 14:34:48 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:


Hello Ros,
Apologies for my ignorance. I couldn't find a program on my computer at the time to convert a screen dump that had to be cropped due to duel screens to jpg files. Will find Snipping tool and download it.
Derek 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:22, Ros <ros@...> wrote:
Please be aware EVERY message which has an image or other attachment has to be manually approved. 

This makes for work for the list moderators.

So please:

1. Only attach files if essential
2. When replying to a message which had an image in it remember to remove the repeated image.  Ideally you should never include the full contents of the thread on any reply to the list.
3. If using an Antivirus which adds a picture to every email change the settings so it does not
4. Attachments not in jpg format will be removed (if you want to include a screen shot please use the Snipping tool to grab a jpg images, do not attach Word processing format files).


Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Mike Tate
 

In Windows 10 the Snipping Tool has been deprecated in favour of the Snip & Sketch tool.

 

Sorry Ros, I did not realise image attachments were such a problem. The FHUG KB advice needs to be corrected.

 

From: family-historian@groups.io <family-historian@groups.io> On Behalf Of Neil Grantham via groups.io
Sent: 06 July 2020 14:52
To: family-historian@groups.io
Subject: Re: [family-historian] File attachments and Images on this list

 

Derek

 

If you are on Windows 7 or above Snipping Tool is part of the standard Windows operating system.

If you click on the Start button and start typing snip you will see the Tool offered as something you can click on.

Alternately, look in the Program folder 'Windows Accessories'

 

Best Wishes,

Neil

 


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Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Derek Kain
 

Neil and Trevor,
Thank you very much for that. I now remember coming across it a few years ago. But never used it.
Just found out a new Snip & Sketch is available.
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:52, Neil Grantham via groups.io <neil40=btinternet.com@groups.io> wrote:
Derek

If you are on Windows 7 or above Snipping Tool is part of the standard Windows operating system.
If you click on the Start button and start typing snip you will see the Tool offered as something you can click on.
Alternately, look in the Program folder 'Windows Accessories'

Best Wishes,

Neil


On Monday, 6 July 2020, 14:34:48 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:


Hello Ros,
Apologies for my ignorance. I couldn't find a program on my computer at the time to convert a screen dump that had to be cropped due to duel screens to jpg files. Will find Snipping tool and download it.
Derek 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:22, Ros <ros@...> wrote:
Please be aware EVERY message which has an image or other attachment has to be manually approved. 

This makes for work for the list moderators.

So please:

1. Only attach files if essential
2. When replying to a message which had an image in it remember to remove the repeated image.  Ideally you should never include the full contents of the thread on any reply to the list.
3. If using an Antivirus which adds a picture to every email change the settings so it does not
4. Attachments not in jpg format will be removed (if you want to include a screen shot please use the Snipping tool to grab a jpg images, do not attach Word processing format files).


Re: Time set 00:00 on some Media Files

Mike Tate
 

Unfortunately, you forgot to insert/add the screenshots.

It should not matter whether JPG or JPEG but where are you seeing JPEG?

If the file you investigated has a different date-time and different size then it can’t be the same file.

 

 

From: family-historian@groups.io <family-historian@groups.io> On Behalf Of Derek Kain
Sent: 06 July 2020 13:13
To: family-historian@groups.io
Subject: Re: [family-historian] Time set 00:00 on some Media Files

 

Hello Mike,

Unusual I thought was an understatement. 

You are right, using the media tab on the Property Box for an Individual.

They are JPG. But, having said that in the second picture the one that gave the missing time is a JPEG file.

I wouldn't have thought that would make a difference.

Looking at the Properties of the file it is a JPG file with all three dates showing correctly.

Changing the File Explorer listing the file in question just below the centre of the screen is now Baptism 1831 Kain Patrick 1831a.jpg 09/01/2019 00:00 and the size is much larger at 1,536KB.

Hope that helps?

Derek Kain


Virus-free. www.avast.com


Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Neil Grantham
 

Derek

If you are on Windows 7 or above Snipping Tool is part of the standard Windows operating system.
If you click on the Start button and start typing snip you will see the Tool offered as something you can click on.
Alternately, look in the Program folder 'Windows Accessories'

Best Wishes,

Neil


On Monday, 6 July 2020, 14:34:48 BST, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:


Hello Ros,
Apologies for my ignorance. I couldn't find a program on my computer at the time to convert a screen dump that had to be cropped due to duel screens to jpg files. Will find Snipping tool and download it.
Derek 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:22, Ros <ros@...> wrote:
Please be aware EVERY message which has an image or other attachment has to be manually approved. 

This makes for work for the list moderators.

So please:

1. Only attach files if essential
2. When replying to a message which had an image in it remember to remove the repeated image.  Ideally you should never include the full contents of the thread on any reply to the list.
3. If using an Antivirus which adds a picture to every email change the settings so it does not
4. Attachments not in jpg format will be removed (if you want to include a screen shot please use the Snipping tool to grab a jpg images, do not attach Word processing format files).


Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Trevor Rix
 

Snipping tool comes free with recent versions of Windows. Click Start and type snip........


Re: File attachments and Images on this list

Derek Kain
 

Hello Ros,
Apologies for my ignorance. I couldn't find a program on my computer at the time to convert a screen dump that had to be cropped due to duel screens to jpg files. Will find Snipping tool and download it.
Derek 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:22, Ros <ros@...> wrote:
Please be aware EVERY message which has an image or other attachment has to be manually approved. 

This makes for work for the list moderators.

So please:

1. Only attach files if essential
2. When replying to a message which had an image in it remember to remove the repeated image.  Ideally you should never include the full contents of the thread on any reply to the list.
3. If using an Antivirus which adds a picture to every email change the settings so it does not
4. Attachments not in jpg format will be removed (if you want to include a screen shot please use the Snipping tool to grab a jpg images, do not attach Word processing format files).


Re: Latin name Fordo

Derek Kain
 

Hello Nicola,
Thank you for that. I totally overlooked it.
Concentrating too much on input rather than looking.
Thank you
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 14:20, Nicola Byrnes <nicola.byrnes1966@...> wrote:
The original image on FMP shows mother’s maiden name as FORDE and PATRICIUS FORDE as child’s name. Isabella FORDE is godmother too.

Nikki

On 6 Jul 2020, at 14:12, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:

Thank you all,
I think Ford makes sense if any is there.
So I'll go with that.
Thank you
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 13:51, colevalleygirl@... <colevalleygirl@...> wrote:

Might it be something simple like he was named Ford after a godparent or maternal grandparent’s surname.

 

From: family-historian@groups.io <family-historian@groups.io> On Behalf Of Derek Kain
Sent: 06 July 2020 13:35
To: family-historian@groups.io
Subject: Re: [family-historian] Latin name Fordo

 

Hello readers,

My apologies. I should have stated that it is a name.

Findmypast Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms 

Kain

Patricius Fordo

1886

1886

Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms

Edinburgh, Lauriston, Midlothian, Scotland

Derek

 





File attachments and Images on this list

Ros
 

Please be aware EVERY message which has an image or other attachment has to be manually approved. 

This makes for work for the list moderators.

So please:

1. Only attach files if essential
2. When replying to a message which had an image in it remember to remove the repeated image.  Ideally you should never include the full contents of the thread on any reply to the list.
3. If using an Antivirus which adds a picture to every email change the settings so it does not
4. Attachments not in jpg format will be removed (if you want to include a screen shot please use the Snipping tool to grab a jpg images, do not attach Word processing format files).


Re: Latin name Fordo

Nicola Byrnes
 

The original image on FMP shows mother’s maiden name as FORDE and PATRICIUS FORDE as child’s name. Isabella FORDE is godmother too.

Nikki

On 6 Jul 2020, at 14:12, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:

Thank you all,
I think Ford makes sense if any is there.
So I'll go with that.
Thank you
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 13:51, colevalleygirl@... <colevalleygirl@...> wrote:

Might it be something simple like he was named Ford after a godparent or maternal grandparent’s surname.

 

From: family-historian@groups.io <family-historian@groups.io> On Behalf Of Derek Kain
Sent: 06 July 2020 13:35
To: family-historian@groups.io
Subject: Re: [family-historian] Latin name Fordo

 

Hello readers,

My apologies. I should have stated that it is a name.

Findmypast Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms 

Kain

Patricius Fordo

1886

1886

Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms

Edinburgh, Lauriston, Midlothian, Scotland

Derek

 





Re: Time set 00:00 on some Media Files

Derek Kain
 

Hello Mike,
Unusual I thought was an understatement. 
You are right, using the media tab on the Property Box for an Individual.
They are JPG. But, having said that in the second picture the one that gave the missing time is a JPEG file.
I wouldn't have thought that would make a difference.
Looking at the Properties of the file it is a JPG file with all three dates showing correctly.
Changing the File Explorer listing the file in question just below the centre of the screen is now Baptism 1831 Kain Patrick 1831a.jpg 09/01/2019 00:00 and the size is much larger at 1,536KB.
Hope that helps?
Derek Kain
 
 
 

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 11:35, Mike Tate <post@...> wrote:

That does sound a bit unusual.

I guess you are talking about the ‘Insert pictures and other media’ dialogue that lest you navigate to the files.

What type of media file are they?             JPG, PNG, PDF?

Which date-time is being shown?             ‘Date created’, or ‘Date modified’, or what?

If you go back and view the files in Windows File Explorer what date-time is displayed?

A screenshot might be useful.

 

From: family-historian@groups.io <family-historian@groups.io> On Behalf Of Derek Kain
Sent: 06 July 2020 11:17
To: family-historian@groups.io
Subject: [family-historian] Time set 00:00 on some Media Files

 

Hello all,

I noticed a few days ago that some of the media files that I have saved on Family Historian 6 have the correct date but the time is 00:00.

This seems to happen to two files then corrects itself for about five or six files.

I'm downloading from Scottish Baptism's on Findmypast. Selecting Show in Folder. Then changing the file name to what is appropriate to me. The time is showing correctly. Then in Family Historian go to the Property Box clicking the Media tab, Add Media, Insert from file. But the time is set to 00:00 on occasions.

Derek

 


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Re: Latin name Fordo

Derek Kain
 

Thank you all,
I think Ford makes sense if any is there.
So I'll go with that.
Thank you
Derek

On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 13:51, colevalleygirl@... <colevalleygirl@...> wrote:

Might it be something simple like he was named Ford after a godparent or maternal grandparent’s surname.

 

From: family-historian@groups.io <family-historian@groups.io> On Behalf Of Derek Kain
Sent: 06 July 2020 13:35
To: family-historian@groups.io
Subject: Re: [family-historian] Latin name Fordo

 

Hello readers,

My apologies. I should have stated that it is a name.

Findmypast Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms 

Kain

Patricius Fordo

1886

1886

Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms

Edinburgh, Lauriston, Midlothian, Scotland

Derek

 


Re: Latin name Fordo

colevalleygirl@colevalleygirl.co.uk
 

Might it be something simple like he was named Ford after a godparent or maternal grandparent’s surname.

 

From: family-historian@groups.io <family-historian@groups.io> On Behalf Of Derek Kain
Sent: 06 July 2020 13:35
To: family-historian@groups.io
Subject: Re: [family-historian] Latin name Fordo

 

Hello readers,

My apologies. I should have stated that it is a name.

Findmypast Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms 

Kain

Patricius Fordo

1886

1886

Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms

Edinburgh, Lauriston, Midlothian, Scotland

Derek

 


Re: Latin name Fordo

Patrick Maloney
 

As far as I can tell, 'Fordo' is not a Latin word. RC entries wre often latinized, so 'Patricius' is simply 'Patrick'. I've not previously come across a surname being latinized, so normally I would suggest that 'Fordo' was the actual surname. It does look like an attempt to latinize, though, so I would hesitantly suggest that your chap's name was Patrick Ford.

On 6 Jul 2020 13:35, Derek Kain <genealogist15@...> wrote:
Hello readers,
My apologies. I should have stated that it is a name.
Findmypast Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms 
Kain
Patricius Fordo
1886
1886
Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms
Edinburgh, Lauriston, Midlothian, Scotland
Derek


On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 13:08, Lorna Craig via groups.io <l.m.craig=ntlworld.com@groups.io> wrote:

It depends on the context, but it might mean "with young" (i.e. with children). 

See the table on this page: https://www.latin-is-simple.com/en/vocabulary/adjective/4337/

Lorna

On 06/07/2020 11:18, Derek Kain wrote:
Can anybody tell me the English equivalent of Latin 'Fordo'.
Checked Google translate and it gives me Fordo.
Derek



Re: Latin name Fordo

Derek Kain
 

Hello readers,
My apologies. I should have stated that it is a name.
Findmypast Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms 
Kain
Patricius Fordo
1886
1886
Scotland Roman Catholic Parish Baptisms
Edinburgh, Lauriston, Midlothian, Scotland
Derek


On Mon, 6 Jul 2020 at 13:08, Lorna Craig via groups.io <l.m.craig=ntlworld.com@groups.io> wrote:

It depends on the context, but it might mean "with young" (i.e. with children). 

See the table on this page: https://www.latin-is-simple.com/en/vocabulary/adjective/4337/

Lorna

On 06/07/2020 11:18, Derek Kain wrote:
Can anybody tell me the English equivalent of Latin 'Fordo'.
Checked Google translate and it gives me Fordo.
Derek

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