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Mabel SANDERS b c 1876 Kingsteignton

Mabel Sanders (Sep Q 1876 Newton Abbot?) was daughter of William and Susan(na) Sanders. In 1881 she was with her parents in Kingsteignton, Devon, but was away from home in 1891.

The 1891 index has a possible entry for her (as Mable) living in Herefordshire. I would welcome full details of the entry, please.

There is nothing I can recognise on 1901, by which time it is quite likely she would have married - if still alive. Any assistance or advice to help me determine which would be appreciated. It may be of relevance that she was the only one of his siblings who did not attend her brother's funeral in 1919.

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