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wiley Wednesday, 14 July 2010
pat, daughter of fred and lou, born 1935 one time resident of ilford essex
Date(s): 1930 to 2010 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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wiley Wednesday, 14 July 2010
pat, daughter of fred and lou, born 1935 one time resident of ilford essex
Date(s): 1930 to 2010 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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gerber Wednesday, 14 July 2010
Rabbi p gerber john gerber celia gerber
Date(s): 1900 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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murie Sunday, 11 July 2010
family orignally from edinburgh
Date(s): 1950 to 2010 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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Graham Sunday, 11 July 2010
John Graham married Edith Chrystie in Hamilton, NSW, Australia in 1911 when he was 45yrs. His parents are listed as James Graham and Kathleen Cassidy. I think that they were both born in the UK?
Date(s): 1840 to 1947 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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Graham Sunday, 11 July 2010
John Graham married Edith Chrystie in Hamilton, NSW, Australia in 1911 when he was 45yrs. His parents are listed as James Graham and Kathleen Cassidy. I think that they were both born in the UK?
Date(s): 1840 to 1947 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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Brennan Wednesday, 07 July 2010
My name is Brennan by accident! William George Griffiths, b.1852 was my great-grandfather. Having joined the 60th King's Royal Rifles -1st battalion he married Caroline White, b. 1856 or '57of Guildford, Surrey (her native place) in 1878. While William George was based at Winchester barracks Caroline died in childbirth in the barracks, on St. Valentine's Day 14th Feb 1880. The baby, (my grandfather) was saved, and christened Llewllyn Gabriel. The midwife's name was Ellen Brennan from somewhere in England and she was married c.1867 to Michael Brennan, a tailor (in the army?) from Cork, Ireland. Whether an informal (and temporary?) fostering arrangement became permanent, or whether Llewllyn was formally adopted I don't know. When the regiment was posted to Ireland in the 1880s Mr. and Mrs. Brennan (who had no children of their own - to my knowledge) ended up in Limerick. Young 'Louis' Brennan grew up and married in Limerick.Perhaps the young soldier - WG Griffiths remarried? Perhaps he was posted abroad, in India or South Africa? Perhaps he was killed in action on foreign soil. As my name is Brennan by accident. I would love some help in tracing the family of Michael Brennan.
Date(s): 1840-1950 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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White Wednesday, 07 July 2010
Whites of Guildford, Surrey. William George Griffiths, b.1852 was my great-grandfather. Having joined the 60th King's Royal Rifles -1st battalion he married Caroline White, b. 1856 or '57 of Guildford, Surrey (her native place) in 1878.Caroline was the youngest of ten (10) and they were all christened at Guildford St Mary, and the parents were William White and jane Lucy Head. While William George was based at Winchester barracks Caroline died in childbirth in the barracks, on St. Valentine's Day 14th Feb 1880. The baby, (my grandfather) was saved, and christened Llewllyn Gabriel. The midwife's name was Ellen Brennan from somewhere in England and she was married c.1867 to Michael Brennan, a tailor (in the army?) from Cork, Ireland. Whether an informal (and temporary?) fostering arrangement became permanent, or whether Llewllyn was formally adopted I don't know. When the regiment was posted to Ireland in the 1880s Mr. and Mrs. Brennan (who had no children of their own - to my knowledge) ended up in Limerick. Young 'Louis' Brennan grew up and married in Limerick.Perhaps the young soldier remarried? Perhaps he was posted abroad, in India or South Africa? Perhaps he was killed in action on foreign soil. My name is Brennan by accident. I would love some help in tracing the family of Caroline White, of whom I presume some are in the Guildford area.
Date(s): 1850-2010 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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Griffiths Wednesday, 07 July 2010
William George Griffiths, b.1852 was my great-grandfather. Having joined the 60th King's Royal Rifles -1st battalion he married Caroline White, b. 1856 or '57of Guildford, Surrey (her native place) in 1878. While William George was based at Winchester barracks Caroline died in childbirth in the barracks, on St. Valentine's Day 14th Feb 1880. The baby, (my grandfather) was saved, and christened Llewllyn Gabriel. The midwife's name was Ellen Brennan from somewhere in England and she was married c.1867 to Michael Brennan, a tailor (in the army?) from Cork, Ireland. Whether an informal (and temporary?) fostering arrangement became permanent, or whether Llewllyn was formally adopted I don't know. When the regiment was posted to Ireland in the 1880s Mr. and Mrs. Brennan (who had no children of their own - to my knowledge) ended up in Limerick. Young 'Louis' Brennan grew up and married in Limerick.Perhaps the young soldier remarried? Perhaps he was posted abroad, in India or South Africa? Perhaps he was killed in action on foreign soil. My name is Brennan by accident. I would love some help in tracing the family of William George Griffiths, and I presume he was from Wales
Date(s): 1800-1920 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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morrow Tuesday, 06 July 2010
anne marie needham comber northern ireland
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edkins Tuesday, 06 July 2010
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frestle Saturday, 03 July 2010
relevant to boston lincs and kidderminster worcs
Date(s): 1850-1900 Contact: <strong>Contact Wanted Name Advertiser</strong>
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