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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.

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

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.

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

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?

GRO birth index has these from Poplar

Sep 1837
William Wilkins Wilkins mothers maiden name Bell

Mar 1838
William Wilkins mothers maiden name Ball

Hampshire & IOW Lookup Requests / Re: Farr-Voller
« on: Yesterday at 15:34 »
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?

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.

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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