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1939 - Lillian Hunt

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Hi

b. Q2 1927 Hull [Sculcoates]

Parents John W and Hilda nee, Wood.

Looking for any of them in 1939.

Many thanks
Geoff

EDIT: Lillian's record possibly closed, but can't see parents?
 
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Hello Geoff

Was John a dock labourer??
I've found John W 1885 and Hilda 1900, with three children: John W 1921, Mary 1923 (Davison) and Hilda 1932 (Atkinson)
Hilda was probably a granddaughter.


Amanda
 
Was John a dock labourer??
I've found John W 1885 and Hilda 1900, with three children: John W 1921, Mary 1923 (Davison) and Hilda 1932 (Atkinson)
Hilda was probably a granddaughter.

Thanks, Amanda..

Hilda 1900 looks interesting. I don't have John W Sr in 1911 yet, so not sure of the occ.

This is my wife's [complex] family :eek:

Geoff
 
Found the family now, there are a couple of closed records in that family :rolleyes:

I'm not too familiar with the machinations of the 1939 register yet, so will look into in more detail.

Geoff
 
Geoff,
If you do manage to get to grips with the 'machinations of the 1939 register'

can you please report back as it just leaves me dumb struck at times as to its 'peculiar' results :'(

Peter
 
If you do manage to get to grips with the 'machinations of the 1939 register'

can you please report back as it just leaves me dumb struck at times as to its 'peculiar' results :'(

I don't think that's going to happen anytime soon, Peter..

Still trying to work this one out :rolleyes:

"Durrant Household (2 People)Caravan In A Field In Broad Piece Broad Piece , Newmarket R.D., Cambridgeshire, England"

Broad piece is correct from census info. there are a couple of others dittoed in caravans and have been allotted schedule nos. Difficult to say what the dwellings are before and after :rolleyes:

Not necessarily important, but an interesting social point.

I usually try and avoid being negative about transcriptions, but like you I find some results in the 1939 'peculiar'.

Geoff
 
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