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I switched on the TV to keep my little grand-daughter amused. It was in the middle of a wild-life programme. 'Grand-dad what are those?' she asked. Whales I replied. There was then a long pause and a puzzled look on her face. Eventually she said 'That can't be right - Great Granny lives in Wales'!
Just a thought Carolina - if you have house/contents with accidental damage cover it may be worth claiming. My son's partner spilt a cup of coffee over his 2 day old Apple-Mac (yes they're still together!) and the insurance company had it fixed. I guess it may depend on how old the laptop is.
It's unlikely the data will have been lost. Best solution is probably to buy a 2.5in hard drive enclosure for the existing drive (but check the connection cable as some of the new laptops have different usb sockets!). Then when you've transferred your data you can use it to back up your files...
I've a patch of moss in my front lawn which is attracting several Jackdaws. They don't seem to be taking the moss away so I can only assume they are after insects or leatherjackets. They only dig where there is moss but they make a right mess!
Last Friday 'Call Safe' started intercepting calls that were in my 'allowed' list. Pressing '1' connected the caller but replaced the existing entry in the on-line list with just the caller's number (without the name which I had entered). Further calls from that number were allowed through.
Info from Familysearch.org:
Re burial records - if he/she died in Birmingham, https://birminghamburialrecords.co.uk/ Costs £20 to download image however!
If you get stuck with the more complicated one let us know - we like a challenge here!
This only applies to Android systems - e.g. tablets etc.
An update on 23 March has caused some apps to fail to open or to crash. If you have this problem here is the solution:
Open Play Store.
Type 'Webview for Android' in the search box
Select 'Android System WebView'
I've never heard of Beggarly Green (and I was brought up in Olton!). I too found a reference https://midland-ancestors.uk/resources/birmingham/tyai-birmingham/acocks-green/ probably the same one you found but have not been able to find it on a map. Will be interested to know if you find...