Author Topic: Joseph Boon & Alice Annie Boon Nee Milroy  (Read 534 times)

Offline themonkeymonkey

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Re: Joseph Boon & Alice Annie Boon Nee Milroy
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 17 January 18 22:56 GMT (UK) »
you're welcome, happy hunting.
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Re: Joseph Boon & Alice Annie Boon Nee Milroy
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 18 January 18 21:44 GMT (UK) »
Could be completely unconnected but there is an Alice Boone born in 1938 in Townhead.  It looks like she might have married Ian Campbell in Pollock in 1961.   


There is also a further birth the year before in 1937 in Townhead which includes the name of Alice's father.

You then possibly have the war years and no children?.

A futher unnamed/male Boone birth reg in 1944 in Townhead. This baby died that year and his death is registered in Townhead/Glasgow. Whilst you cannot view births within 100 yrs, you can view deaths on line for that year (50yr privacy rule). This will let you confirm whether you are on the right track for children to Alice Milroy and Joseph Boone.

Possible marriage for likely son born in 1937 in 1962 in Govan. There may be some electoral rolls right up to a few years ago for him. I don't want to post details here as it is too recent and given birth years we are discussing, people could still be alive.

Will send you a personal message with it :)

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