Author Topic: John Thomas Pierce 1876 to 1945 flint brick wall.  (Read 1016 times)

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Re: John Thomas Pierce 1876 to 1945 flint brick wall.
« Reply #36 on: Monday 17 April 17 20:52 BST (UK) »
Both had the same thought, Roger  :)
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Re: John Thomas Pierce 1876 to 1945 flint brick wall.
« Reply #37 on: Monday 17 April 17 20:59 BST (UK) »
Yes,but you're quicker!

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Re: John Thomas Pierce 1876 to 1945 flint brick wall.
« Reply #38 on: Monday 17 April 17 23:43 BST (UK) »
Many many many thanks to all. I think I have the right John Thomas Pierce for the following.
Rose Annie pierce mum was down on the 1911 census with John Thomas Pierce and Rose Annie Pierce. She was Ann Brooks, married before as Proudman but original name Johnson.
The Proudman she married was a John Proudman. On his certificate of death his son Alfred was a witness. If you notice on John Thomas Pierce and Agnes Proudmans marriage certificate Alfred and his sister Jane (from census) were the witness. The said father of John Thomas being John Pierce.

I feel i should quote some Latin proving my case but i dont know any. But I will have a drink and thank you all. Unless you know different lol :'(

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Re: John Thomas Pierce 1876 to 1945 flint brick wall.
« Reply #39 on: Tuesday 18 April 17 07:15 BST (UK) »
Rose Annie pierce mum was down on the 1911 census with John Thomas Pierce and Rose Annie Pierce. She was Ann Brooks, married before as Proudman but original name Johnson.

You are trying to confuse us here  :-\

Rose Annie Pierces Mum was Agnes Proudman.
Agnes's mother was Ann Johnson / Proudman /Brooks
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Re: John Thomas Pierce 1876 to 1945 flint brick wall.
« Reply #40 on: Tuesday 18 April 17 09:01 BST (UK) »
As Rosie says, you've confused yourself. This is what happened:

Ann Johnson  m John Proudman, Northwich RD, Q3, 1866

Agnes Proudman was born Northwich RD, Q 2, 1886 (mmn  Johnson)

John Proudman died Oct 1892 (buried 29 Oct) , Wharton, Cheshire  - Agnes's father

Ann Proudman (widow of John Proudman and Agnes's mother) married John Brooks Dec 29 1897, Wharton.Cheshire.  Ann's father's name given as John Johnson.

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Re: John Thomas Pierce 1876 to 1945 flint brick wall.
« Reply #41 on: Tuesday 18 April 17 09:19 BST (UK) »
Quod Erat Demonstrandum.

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Re: John Thomas Pierce 1876 to 1945 flint brick wall.
« Reply #42 on: Tuesday 18 April 17 13:46 BST (UK) »
Amen to that....many thanks. This is adictive. Many thanks again.