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Lancashire / Re: Clinton/Barnes - Manchester
« on: Thursday 02 February 12 20:26 GMT (UK)  »
Do you have a Jessie Clinton born 1880 in Salford?  She had the following siblings:-

Ada Clinton
Emmeline Clinton
Maud Clinton
Robert Edward Clinton
Ethel Clinton
Harry Clinton
Walter Clinton.


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World War Two / Re: HMS Auckland 1940-1941
« on: Wednesday 19 October 11 21:31 BST (UK)  »
Hi Blen868,

Many thanks for allowing me to look at your website.  The photo of the seaman in uniform with the football team looks very much like my great uncle.

Regards

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World War Two / Re: HMS Auckland 1940-1941
« on: Wednesday 19 October 11 21:30 BST (UK)  »
Hi Bilge,

Many thanks for details of the website.

Regards

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Soldiers demobbed after WW1
« on: Saturday 09 April 11 21:08 BST (UK)  »
Thanks very much anyway J D!  I guess I'm going to have to wait until the 1921 census (boo hoo!).

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Soldiers demobbed after WW1
« on: Saturday 09 April 11 00:06 BST (UK)  »
Jessie Clinton's mother's maiden name was Clayton.  Why do you ask Peter?

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Soldiers demobbed after WW1
« on: Wednesday 06 April 11 20:08 BST (UK)  »
Hi Mo,

I have now dug out the addresses for Jessie Davies/Clinton.  She lived at the following addresses:-

1915 - 46 Queen Street, Ardwick

1919 - 53 Ardwick Green North, Manchester

1922-1926 - 61 Albion Street, Queens Road, Harpurhey

1939 - 39 Alton Street, Harpurhey

Again, many thanks for your help.

Mich

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Soldiers demobbed after WW1
« on: Monday 04 April 11 21:13 BST (UK)  »
Hi Mo,

The addresses on the birth certificates are that of the workhouse.  I do have some addresses for Jessie around 1922, which I will dig out over the next couple of days and will let you know. 

Many thanks for your help,

Mich

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Soldiers demobbed after WW1
« on: Monday 04 April 11 20:41 BST (UK)  »
Thanks for your help Andrew.  Jessie was staying at her sister's on the night of the 1911 census.  I guess it looks like I will have to wait another 10 years for the 1921 census.

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Lancashire Lookup Requests / Re: Soldiers demobbed after WW1
« on: Sunday 03 April 11 20:18 BST (UK)  »
Thanks everyone for your replies. Unfortunately, my great grandfather didn't marry my great grandmother and he is not mentioned on their children's birth certificates. I am guessing my great grandfather was in WW1 because they had a daughter born in 1915 and twins who were born in 1919. Their first child who died in 1913 was named Arthur and the first twin to be born was also called Arthur. As in those days the first son was named after their father, I reckon my great grandfather was also called Arthur. Even though my great grandmother didn't marry my great grandfather, she used my great grandfather's surname, Davies, for their children and herself as mentioned on their children's birth certificates. I'm assuming because they were not married, she would not be mentioned as his next of kin. Some of the service records I have looked at on Ancestry don't seem to mention a next of kin.

My great grandmother was called Jessie Davies, but only used the surname Davies for herself and her children. Her maiden name is Clinton, but I've trawled through the marriages for Jessie Clinton to a Davies fella, over the past few years and there is no marriage to be found.

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