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    Hello Jon
    Oh! well that puts a light on all this then,if you sat he was still active (At Sea) in the 70's that means then that there will be no Records of him kept,as they stopped Keeping Records after 1972 again for reasons unknown,they again restarted a few Years later!
    Southampton however may hold records of his in that case!
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    This separate Register of Seamen extracted from Crew Lists was abandoned in 1857, due to the problems of maintaining registers based on Crew Lists. Following three previous registration systems, a new Central Index Register (fourth register) was introduced in 1913 which survived until 1941 followed in 1942 by a new Central Register of Seamen (fifth register) which lasted up to 1972. Unfortunately no records exist from 1973 to 1999 as legislation was not required to keep records of individual seamen. From 1999 onwards the Registry of Shipping and Seamen in Cardiff holds records of service extracted from the ships official logbooks and crew agreements.
    Series IV/Central Index Register
    (1913-1941. Unfortunately entries between 1913 and 1918 were destroyed in 1969. The originals are held at Southampton Archives with copies available at TNA in series BT 364 as a combined index of the CR1, CR2 and CR10 cards)
    Series V/Central Register of Seamen
    (1942-1972, TNA series BT 382)


    I would therefore write to the Archives in Southampton and ask the Question concerning this issue ,they will be able to tell you if Records for him do exist!
    Cheers and Best of Luck.
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    hi jon.
    could this be him,
    First name(s) ROY J
    Last name COYLE
    Birth year 1919
    Birth quarter 4
    Registration month -
    Mother's maiden name Surridge
    District Wandsworth
    County London
    Country England
    Volume 1D
    Page 1251
    Record set England & Wales Births 1837-2006
    Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
    Subcategory Civil Births
    Collections from Great Britain, England

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    hi jon, also this,

    First name(s) ROY J
    Last name COYLE
    Marriage quarter 3
    Marriage year 1942
    Registration month -

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    ROY J COYLE married one of these people

    Audrey Hodgson
    Spouse's last name Hodgson
    District Brentford
    District number -
    County Middlesex
    Country England
    Volume 3A
    Volume as transcribed 3A
    Page number 872
    Record set England & Wales Marriages 1837-2005
    Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
    Subcategory Civil Marriage & Divorce
    Collections from Great Britain, England
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Vernon View Post
    Hello Jon
    Oh! well that puts a light on all this then






    I would therefore write to the Archives in Southampton and ask the Question concerning this issue ,they will be able to tell you if Records for him do exist!
    Cheers and Best of Luck.
    Hi Doc,

    Thank you again for your help. This is all becoming rather frustrating (in terms of lack of knowledge, time and cost). I have made a request for a page check from the NA on BT 382. That cost 8.40 and depending on what it reveals I will have to pay more to get the pages copied. (I do wish they would get on with digitising it all).

    I'll look at Southampton next if nothing comes up.

    Regards,

    Jon

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    Thanks, Devon.

    I have lots of information about mum and dad as I'm on findmypast. A current headache is trying to identify my great great grandfather who I _think_ might have served in the Royal Marines. This is all such fun.

    Thanks,

    Jon
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    Hope you have some luck there Jon
    These searches always test us !
    But perseverance is the clue to success Well so they say) LOL
    All the best and let us know how things pan out!
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