Anybody know the first names their PLs?

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  1. Marc Ross

    Marc Ross Senior Registered

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    Hello,

    Has anybody (at least) been on a "first name basis" with their PLs? How about Last names of PLs?

    Specifc names would help in searching online death-records; if the geographic location, and approximate date-range of deaths are at least somewhat certain.

    For some reason, the name Louis "rang a bell" with me. Time and place; in the late 1950s to early 1960s New Haven, CT.

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  2. elese

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    hi marc,
    well, i have only been able to discover first names... Elese (possibly Elise), and a few others that i can't remember right now... i do however no quite a bit about my famous past life, ever since regression and extensive biography reading and personal recall. It's hard sometimes for them to remember the year (usually they give approximate detail), date, where exactly they are at...

    for Elese, the details are:
    1960's (this is confirmed by not my own regressions, but the regressions of my alleged mother, and a neighborhood boy (in my life, two of my friends) )
    my name is Elese
    my mother died at age 8, and loved me but was a terrible person (i.e. criminal ) before my birth...
    we lived somewhere in northern california

    It's often hard to get last names out in the open...
     
  3. Chelle

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    I was Elizabeth back in Tudor times (not the Elizabeth, Queen of England, but named for her :) ). Other than that, names have proven rather elusive.
     
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    Libellule Iridescent Insect

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    I've only "heard" my name a couple of times in dreams... and it wasn't the name I have now. I got so few details, though, that I'm hesitant to say those were past lives.

    One was quite a common name. The other was quite odd (it sounded rather snooty, actually... like the name some pretentious snob would give their child. Either that, or she was named after someone). But I've never heard any last names, so launching a search would be fruitless.

    Lib
     
  5. Midnight.Sapphires

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    I know only my first names...never could get my surnames. If I was able to get at least one of my surnames, it would make my research so much easier and add more validation to my prior lives. Oh well.
     
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    Mandilyn, and Tibby...........those are the two names I am sure of.
     
  7. Mama2HRB

    Mama2HRB Senior member Staff Member

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    Izora :) Late 1800's. Came from Pittsburgh to where I am now.
     
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    Yes, I have a list of names from regressions/meditations. I always seem to know my name - and the names of people around me. But I'm not surprised - I've always been really good with names ;) I only know of a couple of surnames, though. I don't think it was as important - although it certainly would make searching much, much easier!


    Ailish
     
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    I can remember just a couple that I'm almost 100% positive were mine:
    Little Moon (Indian girl)
    Mary DuPre
     
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    One would think so, but for me, it hasn't worked out.

    My first name in the life-before-this-one was Lena, short for Magdalena. My mother called me Magda and I hated that name.

    Marc, have you had any luck with finding the right Louis?
     
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    Libellule Iridescent Insect

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    No kidding! :) I'm into genealogy, so I've used quite a few of the online indexes. I often can't find records for people I know existed... I have names and date ranges and geographical areas, and none of that does any good. I can't imagine trying to find a record for a name that I'm not 100% sure existed. And a search from a first name alone? Forget about it! :D

    Lib
     
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    I'd have to agree in the sense that, after countlessly searching the internet and realizing htat you have to pay 9.99 to do a descent people search... i'd rather just go off of what i know in myself.
     
  13. Bluescorpion

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    Names & Places.

    Hi Everyone.

    Had regression yesterday and. . . WOW.

    It seems that I was called Richard and the woman, I suspect was the wife was Annette.

    Judging by the clothing, 1100 to 1200.
    Only important people would be able to afford horses, armour, swords etc etc so that tells me I could have been a key person at the time.

    When asked who was on the throne, I drew a blank but had the feeling it was my brother. Brother then or brother now ?
    During the battle, all I could see were blue uniforms.

    Armed with all this I did a search and came up with some bizaar info.

    During that time, the Knights Templar were big and rich, doing all kinds of overseas crusades.
    King Richard was also knocking about and wearing the same clothes as I was.

    One of battles took place in Egypt.
    They wore full blue smocks and masks. Mamluk warriors.

    Egypt's army was primarily mercenary and composed of slaves taken for the explicit purpose of soldiers. Mamluks were Turks taken as slaves as children - either taken in war or purchased - and raised to be soldiers. They were highly elite and became the personal bodyguards of the ruler. Under Saladin, the mamluks would make up half of his field army and would wield political power, appointing their own sultan.

    here is the link.

    http://www.reshafim.org.il/ad/egypt/timelines/topics/army.htm

    Now the time line starts to become more focused and narrow.

    1. If I was King Richard, that would be nice.

    2. If I was a Knight Templar, that would be not so good. I was in love with a woman after swearing a vow of chastity. ( naughty boy ?)

    3. The ending was pretty final and I was laid to rest in a castle. Not something that was done for any less than a person of high standing. Sheriff, knight, Royalty.

    What seems to elude me is the womans name. Annette. With her finery and quality clothes, it should be easy to tie down.

    the battle seemed to be overseas however I have no idea where.
    My mission was to protect people. that came out quite a lot.

    The Knights were also " escorts " for travellers and pilgrims.

    Amazing.

    the last thing that impressed me was my size. In PL I was a giant powerful person. quite different to the here and now.

    Mark.
     
  14. curious_girl

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    I know my first name, but that's a name 80% of the male population had in the 19th century.
    About my last name I'm not sure yet, but it's on the tip of my tongue.
    I haven't had any luck yet with genealogical research, I need names, dates, addresses, but I don't have them.
    Not yet :)

    Curious Girl.
     
  15. Marc Ross

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    No, I've only found a few people who died named Louis a.k.a. Louie in the region, and year ranges I believe my PL lived. Looking at the last names & spouse's names didn't do any good.
     
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    I know my first and last name as a Civil War soldier. I also have pinpointed the region where I lived then. This has done me no good. I can't find any records.

    Back then record keeping was spotty at best. A single, non-famous farm boy who died at age 18 seems to have left virtually no tracks.
     
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    Greenknight,
    Have you checked with the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War? They are amazing at finding civil war soldiers and if you were a confederate, they can point you in the right direction (although confederate records are harder to find).
     
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    My names were Adelaide and Jessi, for sure, and Abigail possibly.
     
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    My name then was Andrew McTavish and before the war I lived in a small mill near the Roanoke Virginia area. The mill had a waterwheel. I have the vague feeling that the people who raised me were not my parents so they may have had a different surname.

    I was killed at the battle of Cedar Mountain.
     
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    First names come pretty easily to me, but only for lives in English speaking countries. I know first names for at least 3 and last names for 2 lives (one of which was married so there was also the married surname).

    For ancient lives, I'll usually remember only a few letters of a name. The Romans had full first, middle, and last names but I don't remember any of mine. The Greeks on the other hand had only one name, and to be more specific they'd specify who their father was. I have a vague idea what my name might have been then (looked it up and it seems to mean "swims best", haha) but am not sure about it.
     

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