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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 08 May 18 12:31 BST (UK) »
I meant this Rose:
Rose has a FreeBMD birth reg of Aston Dec 1915

If she dies from the June quarter 1969 onwards her exact date of birth, if known, should be on her death certificate, so you can search for her without knowing any new surname.

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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 08 May 18 13:01 BST (UK) »
While one can  guess who might be the closed records, sometimes the guess is way off the mark because, don't forget, in some areas families will already have taken in evacuees.  Additionally, anybody who married and moved/died abroad is likely to show as a closed record as the British records won't have been updated with the fact they died.

One household in my tree shows an evacuee's name - another household doesn't show my aunt (who died in the late 1960s) as she married in 1945 and went to America to live with her new husband.

So, it is possible to "assume" you know who might be a closed record.... but, just bear in mind you could also be wrong.
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 08 May 18 13:18 BST (UK) »
Sorry Chempat, with both children having the same names as their parents my mind's getting a little bit scrambled.
So a search of deaths from the 3rd quarter 1969 onwards seems to be the next task then.

StanleysChesterton thanks for your input. I have no idea whose entries have been closed and I'm not assuming it to be my missing aunt. As there were more than a dozen children from my grandparents marriage and previous marriages the closed entries could be anyones, including anyone of my aunts, step aunts, uncles, step uncles numerous elder step cousins who may have been at the address for whatever reason. There's the frustration, not knowing whose entries are closed.
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #21 on: Tuesday 08 May 18 14:24 BST (UK) »


There is a tree on Anc T R Clason / R H Webb (b1920d1/1/2005) with 7 children
confirming wrong RHW


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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #22 on: Tuesday 08 May 18 14:27 BST (UK) »
Sorry what does RHW mean please?
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #23 on: Tuesday 08 May 18 14:54 BST (UK) »
Sorry = Rose Hannah Webb
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #24 on: Tuesday 08 May 18 14:59 BST (UK) »
Thanks Ray
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #25 on: Tuesday 08 May 18 16:20 BST (UK) »


There is a tree on Anc T R Clason / R H Webb (b1920d1/1/2005) with 7 children
confirming wrong RHW

So if this is indeed correct, what happened to Rose H  ( Hannah ) Webb post 1915?
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Re: My missing Auntie Newly Discovered
« Reply #26 on: Tuesday 08 May 18 17:23 BST (UK) »
Hi again, did your Rose Hannah/Roseannah Webb have any relatives called Charles Henry Askey/Violet Askey as she is with them on a Midlands electoral register at 8, Barton Street in 1945 and1950?
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