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My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« on: Sunday 06 May 18 10:11 BST (UK) »
I have just discovered that my mom had 2 step siblings, children of her father from a previous marrriage. One of them is Rose Hannah Webb who was born in 1916 to Thomas James Webb(1886 - 1949) and Rose Hannah Askey( 1890 = 1921). I have searched for for marriages for Rose W. and am awaiting a certificate to confirm a possible marriage. The other sibling is Thomas James Webb (1916 - 1943).
The family is listed in the 1939 Register and both Thomas James Webbs are listed alongside other family members including my mom, but there are two closed entries on there, one of which could be Rose Hannah Webb. Looking into how to get them opened I see I have to have supply proof of death i.e. a death certificate but if I don't know who they are how can I do this? 
As a by the way to this my mom often talked about her life at this address and her family including step family from her mom's side but never mentioned a Thomas or Rose although at least one of them lived at the same address as her. Very strange.
Madden, Cunningham, Webb, Upton, Kinsey, Askew

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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 06 May 18 10:38 BST (UK) »
Hi

Rose has a FreeBMD birth reg of Aston Dec 1915
Thomas has a FreeBMD birth reg of Birmingham Mar 1917

Alice has a FreeBMD birth reg of Aston Mar 1919

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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 06 May 18 11:53 BST (UK) »
Thanks Ray, but I already know their birth dates. I suppose my real question is regarding the 1939 register. I know I cant request look ups on Rootschat but this isn't a problem as I can access it myself,  it's just trying to find out about the 2 blacked out entries for that address thats frustrating me.
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #3 on: Monday 07 May 18 15:11 BST (UK) »
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I have searched for for marriages for Rose W. and am awaiting a certificate to confirm a possible marriage.

What year is the marriage you have sent for?  If before 1939 then she is likely living with her husband somewhere so not one of the blacked out entries. 

Have you tried looking for a death under this possible married name?
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #4 on: Monday 07 May 18 17:11 BST (UK) »
Hi Millipede, The marriage is in September 1939
Birmingham 3rd qutr Vol 6d page 1367.
I searched for a death cert under her possible married name to no avail although there is one for her possible spouse.
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #5 on: Monday 07 May 18 17:36 BST (UK) »
Hi a possibility of a remarriage or perhaps that of a daughter, a marriage March qtr 1960 Birmingham 9c 901 to a Cooke, a possible female child b Dec qtr 1961 Birmingham mmn Webb
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PS no daughter Rose H located surname Clason mmn Webb .
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #6 on: Monday 07 May 18 18:39 BST (UK) »
Thanks for your answer but I think the possible child is unlikely given her age (bn. in 1915) but hey who knows 46 is not too old to have children.
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #7 on: Monday 07 May 18 19:04 BST (UK) »
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Rose has a FreeBMD birth reg of Aston Dec 1915
Thomas has a FreeBMD birth reg of Birmingham Mar 1917

If those are their dates of birth, then both should now be open on the 1939 register as they are opened 100years and a day after birth.

Contact FindMyPast and query it.
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #8 on: Monday 07 May 18 19:13 BST (UK) »
Thanks Groom, I'll contact them.
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