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Offline mjg1916

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Re: warwickshire deaths
« Reply #216 on: Wednesday 31 May 17 05:48 BST (UK) »
Would it be possible to have the information for Timothy Smith, also each of the Hannah Smiths on the list. Thank you
Doyle, Lacy, Lacey, Giddens, Githens and variations Co.Wicklow. Thompson, Thomson, Little, Elliot, Co.Tyrone. McLaughlin, Carlin, Co. Donegal

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Re: warwickshire deaths
« Reply #217 on: Wednesday 06 September 17 14:18 BST (UK) »
Hi Kerry, I've just had your site recommended to me and hope you can help. I'm trying to discover more about the death of THOMAS ETCHES who died in 1836 and was buried on the 6th November at St. Philip's Cathedral, Birmingham. He was 35 and a stonemason. If his death was accidental and as he was quite young I'm hoping that there is a coroner's report available.  Many thanks.
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