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Re: Ealing & Old Brentford Cemetery
« Reply #72 on: Wednesday 05 September 18 16:00 BST (UK) »
Where did you originally get the number "8" from cupcake?

From the 1939 )? on Ancestry. Perhaps I wrote 8 down instead of 89. I am just finding my way around Ancestry which I get access to at my local library.

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Could be an error cupcake. No matter - the number 89 seems to be the correct one.

I am glad you have found everyone you are looking for. (excellent work Dawn)  :)

Yes I am so pleased with everyone helps Dawn deserves a Gold star.

Just wanted to add this that I found on the 1911 census on Ancestry:

Thomas R KIDMAN was a Boarder - Station Road, Corsham

Stayed with;
Wm. Goddard
Jane Goddard
Dorothy Jane  20
Thomas R KIDMAN  22  Occupation - Confectioner

So he was a confectioner when he was 22 yrs.

He married Dorothy Jane Goddard
Moffat- Mein - Titterington - Kidman

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Re: Ealing & Old Brentford Cemetery
« Reply #73 on: Thursday 06 September 18 07:56 BST (UK) »
Have a question regarding John S W Moyise - baptisim at the Parish of Stephen the Martyr,London . Can't quite make out the name of the road.  I see his father was a butler.

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