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Leonard CURTIS b. 1888 Edmonton

DaveHam9

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Hello,

This is a bit of a long shot. I'd like a look up please for a Leonard Arthur CURTIS born Jun Q 1888 Edmonton, Middlesex in the 1891 census.

He ended up in New South wales and by 1915 a sister was married and living in Queensland. I don't know her name or who she married or when. I don't know when Leonard arrived in Australia. He married in 1919 in Ashfield, NSW.

This might be his death listing his parents:

# 24187/1953 CURTIS LEONARD CHARLES SUSAN REDFERN ?


Thanks,

Dave
 

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