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I have found Sarah A Seeley on all census from 1881 onwards, looks as if she was widowed between 1901 and 1911
All of my research I have done on Ancestry, parish records are elsewhere as has been suggested

Louisa Maud

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Yes Keyboard, I will go with that, you beat me to it, all easily found

Louisa Maud

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Easily found if this is the right child, born 1875 died 1880 Frances Seeley Romford, she does not appear on 1881 so I can only assume this death is correct

Louisa Maud

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 Their parents are Thomas (1892-1942) and Sarah Ann Scott (1841-1924
is correct as parents there is a big discrepancy in ages unless I am mistaken

Louisa Maud

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What research havde you already done on Ancestry and have you found them family on any census?

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Just a thought, wonder if h was a serving man, can't find anything about Nathaniel weaver so far

Louisa Maud

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Lincolnshire / Re: Parents of John Elias Carter
« on: Monday 12 November 18 17:01 GMT (UK)  »
Trish wrote and I think she might well be right
Appears to be be in 1881;
Henry Clarke, 30
Hannah Clarke, 29
Ellen Clarke, 9
Harriet E. Clarke, 6
Charlotte A. Clarke, 4, Daug, born Holbeach***
John Wm. Clarke, 1

All above MMN Jackson BUT some registered without the E just to confuse things

1891 Hannah is living as a widow with 3 more children
Sarah Jane 1882
Hannah 1886
Fanny Eliza 1890 all  born Holbeach

So we might have found Charlotte and family but I am no nearer John Carter



Louisa Maud

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The Common Room / Re: Reflecting on Armistice
« on: Monday 12 November 18 15:27 GMT (UK)  »
Another thing I noticed was half of the children didn't know the Lords prayer, shame on them but I do realise that they don't teach religion nowadays

Louisa Maud

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The Common Room / Re: Reflecting on Armistice
« on: Monday 12 November 18 11:54 GMT (UK)  »
I went to a village memorial yesterday to see my grandson march with his cadets, it was very moving, the Vicar who took the service spoke about RESPECT, and that is what it is all about, pity more people don't feel the same nowadays 

It was also very enlightening to see so many young cadets and young people there, soon thee will be no one around to talk about it, I hope it has been written down for families to keep for the future

Louisa Maud

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