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Offline xinia

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Re: burial of Robert
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 16 May 18 18:07 BST (UK) »
Thanks for that Bumble B


Yes that is the will I am working from

Because going through my records,  the names   Newman   Holt and Hall  all belong to my family either on a census return or something or other.

This is why I have found it all so difficult -- the children of his late wife.... began the crazy / ness -  which made me realise that the Sarah I had as his wife was NOT the mother of his son JOHN ..
She was his 2nd wife.
His First wife died and he married Sarah -- will attach a snippet...

It is so complicated - due to marriages and places  ... it is fun -- I have documentation.. but  can I prove the marriage is the correct Robert and Alice etc etc..   so its headache stuff.


His grandhildren are Robert  --  John   --- Thomas (my direct line) and Elizabeth

I have most of their bits and pieces :)

xin

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Re: burial of Robert
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 16 May 18 18:13 BST (UK) »
Just notice the notage on the pic is wrong .. as far as Sarah Walker is concerned .. she is NOT my 4gg at all .. oh dear   That will be JOHN Clarkes mother who I think is Ann Hall

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