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George Burns Taylor.

p.risboy

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Hi folks.

Here's a doosey.:eek:

George Burns Taylor b1885, Boyle, Roscommon. Married Lily/Lilly/Lilian White before 1915.(Widowed on his Canadian attestation papers). Died 1918 in WW1.

Not found in the 1911 census of Ireland.

Daughter Alice Taylor.....no idea of birth year or place.

I don't know if he married in Ireland or Canada.

That's all the info available to me.:eek:

Any help please.:)


Steve.:)
 

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Hello Steve,

At last you have a difficult Irish one. :2fun:

I can find no WHITE match for this one:

name: George B Taylor
registration district: Belfast
event type: MARRIAGES
registration quarter and year: Oct - Dec 1913
estimated birth year:
age (at death):
mother's maiden name:
film number: 101262
volume number: 1
page number: 379
digital folder number: 4199364
image number: 00573

Regards,

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I can find no TAYLOR match for these:

Lillie White
Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958
residence: Jul - Sep 1912 Belfast
marriage: Jul - Sep 1912 Belfast

Mary Lilly White
Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958
residence: Jul - Sep 1911 Kinsale
marriage: Jul - Sep 1911 Kinsale

Lily White
Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes, 1845-1958
residence: Apr - Jun 1915 Newry
marriage: Apr - Jun 1915 Newry
 

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Been thinking about this one i have :rolleyes:

Attestation paper
FORT SASKATCHEWAN Alberta, Canada – daughter’s address [Alice Taylor]
George burns Taylor occupation jeweller
widow
Signed 3rd July 1915- military paper in Edmonton



Maybe someone can find them on the Candian census. You have names, occupation and area they were in so that might help.

Ancestry has free military records [ Canada is included] until the 11th so could be worth a look to see if there are more military records for George other than just the attestation page.
 

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