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Re: Perfitt of Ipswich
« Reply #9 on: Friday 15 May 09 01:05 BST (UK) »
1901
32 dillwyn st west Ipswich
Mary A Ludbrook head m 37 Boardinghouse keeper Clapton Suffolk
HILDA daughter 15 Ipswich
Claude son 10 Ipswich
plus 3 boarders
RG13 1773 94 13

1891
28 Dillwyn st West Ipswich
William ludbrook head m 30 J Joiner peasenhall Suffolk
Mary Ann wife 29 Clapton suffolk
HILDA daughter 5 scholar Ipswich
Claude son 4 mths Ipswich
Clementina Goodram Boarder 14 scholar Ipswich
Elsie Goodram Boarder 12 scholr ipswich
RG12 1466 98 29

possible marriage
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mar qtr 1885
Ipswich
on same page
William George Ludbrook
Mary Ann broom
4a 816

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Re: Perfitt of Ipswich
« Reply #10 on: Friday 15 May 09 01:11 BST (UK) »
Hi Suz

Only have the index to 1901 but is that him in Northumberland, William LudbrookE, Civil Parish Hirst, Foreman Bricklayer.

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Re: Perfitt of Ipswich
« Reply #11 on: Friday 15 May 09 02:00 BST (UK) »
Hi maddie,

thanks for looking - but no - that not him - there are a few b Peasenhall at the same time - I can only find the ne we are looking for in 1861 1891 and pos 1881

heres Hilda's brother in 1911
Claude V Ludbrooke single age 20 b Ipswich in the military in Devonport

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Re: Perfitt of Ipswich
« Reply #12 on: Friday 15 May 09 10:05 BST (UK) »
I think this may be your William G Ludbrook in 1901.

William G. Ludbrook    Age 44  Farrier   b. Peasenhall
Eliza  37
George 16
Hannah 66  Mother

RG13/639  Page 6     Croydon Surrey
Norfolk: Copling,Coppen ,Oakley, Vertigans, Cracknell
Suffolk:  Grist, Scopes, Bullenthorpe. Knights,Watcham
Cambs.: Wilson, Andrews.
London: Monk

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Re: Perfitt of Ipswich
« Reply #13 on: Friday 15 May 09 15:08 BST (UK) »
Hi Amber - no that's not him - he's the "other" William G . The William we are loking for will not be with his wife (mary Ann-we have her in 1901 - but William is not at home

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Re: Perfitt of Ipswich
« Reply #14 on: Friday 15 May 09 15:51 BST (UK) »
Hi Suz

Looks like he died June qtr 1903, Ipswich 4a 495, so I wonder could he be the,

 W G L born 1861 in Suffolk on Anc.

 Sorry I don't have a sub just now but I found this one on the index by just putting in the search; W G for first name, 1861 for birth date & Suffolk for residence. :)

Hope you can find him. ;)

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Re: Perfitt of Ipswich
« Reply #15 on: Friday 15 May 09 16:12 BST (UK) »
Maddie - you clever girl - it very much looks like that is him - place fits, occupation fits

It doesn't give p.o.b. for any of them

1901
Borough Asylum
Ipswich Suffolk

(all patients have a number and then are entered by just initials)
2315 W.G.L. Patient married 40 Retired Carpenter  - lunatic

Rg13 1781 139 5

so possibly the poor man had some kind of breakdown - and ended up in the asylum - and Hilda became a nurse at the asylum to "keep an eye" on  her father - she sounds a caring person to me

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Re: Perfitt of Ipswich
« Reply #16 on: Friday 15 May 09 16:25 BST (UK) »
That's great,   ;), I had a feeling it might be an Asylum. To think his daughter actually took up nursing possibly because of her father.

I do hope after all this that we have the correct family for Selena. ;D

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Re: Perfitt of Ipswich
« Reply #17 on: Friday 15 May 09 17:08 BST (UK) »
I am pleased that you have solved this .
I too had found the death and was searching for William in the Ipswich Hospital.
Is there any way of looking through old Hospital or Asylum records to make'' certain for sure '' as the saying goes.

Regards   Amber39
Norfolk: Copling,Coppen ,Oakley, Vertigans, Cracknell
Suffolk:  Grist, Scopes, Bullenthorpe. Knights,Watcham
Cambs.: Wilson, Andrews.
London: Monk

We must learn to regard people less in the light of what they do or omit to do, but more in the light of what they suffer.  Dietrich Bonhoeffer