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    Family in Birkenhead

    Thank you so much Tony. You have obviously worked hard to get all that information and I'm sure it will be appreciated. I'll pass it on and let you know if she can add anything else. Regards Gaynor
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    Family in Birkenhead

    Hi Tony, I'm looking at these names for a friend and William and Florence were her G Grandparents as well. Her Grandparents were Robert and Barbara (her Mum's parents) and she remembers them all well. It would be really good if you would share the info that you have. Thanks for getting in...
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    Death as a POW

    Thank you for your help with this puzzle. James was my Father in Laws Dad whom he never knew as war started when he was only small and his Dad left, never to return. He remembers his Mother getting letters with words whited out from them and he thinks he was in something like camp17 in Germany...
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    Death as a POW

    Could someone with access to Ancestry etc kindly do a look up for me. I'm looking for James Loftus b Birkenhead about 1900 and I am led to believe that he died as an Army POW in Germany. He married Eveline Duckers in Birkenhead 1930 and left behind her and their 4 children. Any help gratefully...
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    Family in Birkenhead

    Thanks for looking Oznannie. I'll check those out x
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    Family in Birkenhead

    Have only just looked at this family and all I have is the basics so I'll off digging! Thanks Dave
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    Family in Birkenhead

    Thank you for your help once again. It's very much appreciated.
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    Family in Birkenhead

    Would someone kindly see if they can find the families of Robert Wallace b 1904 Barrow in Furness and Barbara Allen b Birkenhead 1903. They married in Birkenhead 1935 I would appreciate any help.
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    John Wilson Davies

    Hi again, Thank you so much for the trouble that you are taking, it is very much appreciated. Every little detail helps to build up a picture of their lives. Have a good weekend Gaynor
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    John Wilson Davies

    Hi ozn, John D was apparently in the workhouse, hopefully ill and not poor! As for baby Gladys I can only presume she died as she was there in 1901 and gone by 1911. It all appears sad at that time!! Hope your searches are better. Thanks for your help with mine. Gaynor
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    John Wilson Davies

    Thanks for that ozn. I think that he is the right one as he ended up down the road in Moreton. It puts another fact on his branch so thank you. Regards Gaynor
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    John Wilson Davies

    Thanks for that quick work, Dave. When he married he lived at 28 Celt St. so he didn't move very far, just a few doors up!! I'll presume that he didn't move very far after his marriage either so I will aim for that area for the service records...fingers crossed. I didn't know about Frank Cecil...
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    John Wilson Davies

    I am looking for John Wilson Davies (known as Jack) b 1895 Liverpool. I have his marriage cert from 1920 when he married Nancy NcGrevy and his address is down as Celt Street Liverpool and he describes himself as a theatrical performer!! Also, He wasn't at home with his parents on the 1901, may...
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    1891 in Farndon

    Thank you crankypants, that is really interesting! Now I know why she was a woman of means. Thank you for your time. Gaynor
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    1891 in Farndon

    Well that certainly fills in the blanks for me!! Thanks so much for alll the info and you all taking the time to look, it's much appreciated. Regards Gaynor
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