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    This is all i know about Enny; Burial: 11 Mar 1964 Wheatley Lane Inghamite, Fence In Pendle, Lancashire, England The ashes of Enny Bland - Died: 25 Feb 1964 Age: 72 years Abode: West Somerset Hospital, Minehead Grave: 491A Notes: F.I. John Alderson Bland Section: A...
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    I hve taken screenshot of it and attached below. I am finding it hard to understand
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    Hi Everybody, Thank you for the warm friendly welcome, I hope I can help you too :biggrin: Becca
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    yeah they could be when looking through the family I know, most of them live on the same street so I reckon it is highly likely I will have to look into them thank you! I have found a probate record for another one of Sarahs sister in laws but it says it all went to a Henry Robert Shaw...
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    That's brill, thank you so much! So these were Sarah Alderson Bland's Grandparents. But they weren't married when they had the first two sons. Im a little confused to where the name Bland comes from.
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    I have asked someone at the Burnley Express if I can go in and look through their archive, they are going to look through for the names I have given so hopefully it will get me some more info.
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    Thank you, where did you find that obit? ive been trying to find them for so long but I have only ever found Sarah's? I wonder why Sarah didn't have a photo anywhere? We have searched all my Grandad's things but not one photo of his mother or the rest of the family.
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    this is what I found about Sarah's grandparents: George Alderson B:Nov 1820 in Grinton Stmesdale, Yorkshire, England D:10 Jan 1872 in Muker, Yorkshire, England Sarah Bland B:1832 in Romaldkirk, Yorkshire, England D:27 March 1876 in West Stonesdale North Yorkshire All the other...
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    That sounds right, I was told that they had two children before they were married and then one after so used both names when naming John, hence John Alderson Bland. So it sounds like that could be true.
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    I would just like to say how grateful I am for all your help you are all so kind. :)
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    I believe that is Sarah's Mum and Dad. I think to find out more about her (Sarah) I need to order her death certificate? Ellie.. that will be Sarah's Grandparents? I have noticed they use the same names throughout their family, Sarah, George, John and Nathan are the most used names...
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    I've only managed to trace them back to muker I found some information from someone on ancestry about Sarah's cousins and uncles etc but anyone older I'm not sure about
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    Hi. The only certainties I've got at as far as her father and his brothers I think I have found them but I haven't got further than them
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    That looks like him Amanda I know that when his brother came out of the army he worked at a flour mill too so it fits. I'm not sure which is my nearest record office think it might be Preston. That be the easiest for me I live in Burnley. So I can order the poor relief record from there?
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    Sorry no Christiana was georges wife, Sarah's sister in lalaw when Sarah died I think Wilfred went to live with them and when he married and George died Christian went to live with Wilfred his wife and my dad
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