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Thanks Ray.

Patience is the grandmother William was living with as a child. 
She was widowed in 1881 and remarried in 1896.


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Thank you for the replies.

I wonder if the railwaymen were father and son otherwise is certainly a possibility. 
The father of mine was a farmer per the birth certificate at Clifton Maybank.   

Will see if I can find a birth for William F to rule him out **

** William Frederick born Beaminster Dec 1892


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It's something to do with his son being admitted to the freedom of the Company of Dyers on 2 April 1817. 

James Bowes Kitchner being the son.

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Hampshire & IOW Lookup Requests / Re: Farr-Voller
« on: Yesterday at 16:17 »
Marriage Dec 1879 Havant

William Farr Voller
Elizabeth Ann Betsworth 

Birth for Albert Farr-Voller

Mar 1887 Havant mothers name Bettesworth so that confirms that part

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The one who married in 1859 was also a shipwright. 

Jane is on her own with the children in 1881 to support the idea William was a patient elsewhere.

In 1871 that William is a dealer of some kind. 

Do you know when he died?

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GRO birth index has these from Poplar

Sep 1837
William Wilkins Wilkins mothers maiden name Bell

Mar 1838
William Wilkins mothers maiden name Ball

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Hampshire & IOW Lookup Requests / Re: Farr-Voller
« on: Yesterday at 15:34 »
Hi
I think I have a Voller from Hampshire in my tree somewhere along the line.

Is Farr-Voller a couple who married each other or is that the surname?

I can only see one Farr/Voller marriage and that's 1853 in Sussex.

Could you give an example of someone ie name and birth year who is no longer living we could trace backwards?

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Berkshire / Re: Albert Ernest Sparkes in 1881
« on: Sunday 12 August 18 15:39 BST (UK)  »
If he had had no contact with his wife for some years then she wouldn't have "caught" it from him.

I mean he may have developed it after he was admitted.

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Have you looked under Louisa Pipe?

Depending when parents married as she was the first born she may have arrived before they wed.

Just a possibility.

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