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Recent content by Dibsie

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    Mary E Bradley b 1859

    Thanks for this. May is my Nan (Daisy May to give her official name) & Henry Woodbridge is her step father who died in the First World War) I've also had a look for Bradley/Haynes or Bradley/Woodbridge marriages but didn't come up with anything either. It could well be that she's not related at...
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    Mary E Bradley b 1859

    Thank you for this. Now to find out if she was related to Alice!
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    Mary E Bradley b 1859

    Hi, my mum has been talking about Auntie Bradley for as long as I can remember. I've never found any trace of her until now. The 1939 register shows her living in Willesden in the same household as my Great Gran, Alice E Woodbridge. Would someone be kind enough to look up the register please...
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    Hi,not sure my if previous message got through or not. Henry married my grt nan, Alice Haynes...

    Hi,not sure my if previous message got through or not. Henry married my grt nan, Alice Haynes. She already had a daughter when they married and they went on to have a son. Is it the same one? Debbie
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    Maybe! My Henry married Alice Haynes who was born in Willesden. She already had my Nan when they...

    Maybe! My Henry married Alice Haynes who was born in Willesden. She already had my Nan when they married. We're not certain if he is her father. They went on to have a son, also called Henry.
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    Henry Woodbridge born abt 1883

    Hi Lawrence Sorry have only just seen this. You can contact me on here as Dave says. Debbie
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    Henry Woodbridge born abt 1883

    Wow! Thank you so much for all this. :) I had Alice Craggs as a possibility for his mum but then came across a birth record on Lancashire BMD which seemed to tie up but gave the mothers maiden name as Brown so discounted her. If Alice Craggs' maiden name was Browning then they are probably one...
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    Henry Woodbridge born abt 1883

    Thank you so much for this. I thought I'd found his birth record earlier but that shows the mothers maiden name as Brown. Sadly very little is known about Henry other than he died in WW1.
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    Henry Woodbridge born abt 1883

    Hi I have found my great-grandfather on the 1901 census living in Willesden and working as a Labourer Builders Carpenter. As he hailed from Wigan I am curious as to who he was living with and what his relationship to them was. Would some one be kind enough to look him up please? Many thanks...
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    John Thomas SCAMMELL b c1869 Donhead St Mary, Wiltshire

    Excellent, thank you! Debbie
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    John Thomas SCAMMELL b c1869 Donhead St Mary, Wiltshire

    Hi Would someone be kind enough to look up the 1891 census please? I'm trying to establish where he was living and who with. Many thanks Debbie
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    Magdalene Brown look up please

    Thanks for all this info. Can I just ask one, probably daft, question? How do you know that there's another tree with the same family interests?
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    Magdalene Brown look up please

    Harriet was born on 9th August 1847 at Bierton Road, Aylesbury (which isn't far from me at all!). The birth was registered on 5th September so the baptism date looks to be correct. I wonder what they were doing in Aylesbury though:confused:
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    Magdalene Brown look up please

    Re: Magdalene Brown look up please - update Harriet's birth certificate arrived in today's post. Her father is shown as William Jenkins, a Railway Porter, which ties up with what I had. Her mother, however, is shown as Magdelen Jenkins, formerly Jenkins:confused:
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    Magdalene Brown look up please

    Many thanks for all this information, Steve. I shall go away and digest it all. Debbie :) PS Elusive is probably the politest way to describe my ancestors - they're certainly keeping me on my toes!
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