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Edward John Jackson

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b. c1853 Lincolnshire. m. Sarah Louise Gotts 1878 Hull.

1911 both living in Hull.. ED 8; Piece: 28618.

Looking for a bap. and a death/burial.

Many thanks
Geoff
 

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In 1861 (RG09/3597/F51/p17) and 1871 (RG10/4795/F52/p25) he is living in Hull with parents Henry J Jackson, a Customs officer, and Mary Ann

There is a birth ref Jun 1853 Caistor 7a 545 for an Edward John Jackson mother's maiden name Gooseman and a marriage ref June 1852 Caistor 7a 1230 for the marriage of Henry John Jackson to Mary Ann Gooseman.

There is a possible death

Edward J Jackson age 76 Mar 1929 Patrington 9d 352

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In 1861 (RG09/3597/F51/p17) and 1871 (RG10/4795/F52/p25) he is living in Hull with parents Henry J Jackson, a Customs officer, and Mary Ann

There is a birth ref Jun 1853 Caistor 7a 545 for an Edward John Jackson mother's maiden name Gooseman and a marriage ref June 1852 Caistor 7a 1230 for the marriage of Henry John Jackson to Mary Ann Gooseman.

There is a possible death

Edward J Jackson age 76 Mar 1929 Patrington 9d 352

Emeltee
Thanks, Em'..

The death fits well for age, didn't expect Patrington, even though we have ancestors there but from a different line..

That looks like his parents, Edward also in 'customs' by 1891..

Geoff
 

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