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Thomas Joseph IVES. 1846. Great Missenden, Bucks.

p.risboy

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Hiya folks.:)........another alien abduction.:rolleyes:

Thomas Joseph Ives b1846. Great Missenden, Bucks. Occ.Butcher.

Married - Elizabeth Annie Kaley c1840's, Bolton by Bowland. in 1870 @ Great Missenden.

Mary Greaves(Grieves) IVES was baptised 11 Jun 1871 @ Great Missenden.

No birth reg found for her, and doesn't appear in census until 1881 & 1891, with her Uncle William Kayley c1846. Bolton by Bowland.

Thomas Joseph and Elizabeth Annie Ives, do a vanishing trick after 1871 census.

Anyone got any ideas where they are.:rolleyes::2fun:

I've got all the other info for the pair of them.....it's just later they get abducted.:confused:


Steve.:)
 

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