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Per www.freebmd.org.uk & GRO online

Births March qtr 1853 William John Wood Bath. 5c 736 mothers maiden name Bartlett
All following have mmn Bartlett
George Wood 1840 Yeovil
Elizabeth Wood 1842 Bath
Louisa Wood 1845 Bath

EDIT - sorry Comberton - only saw Wivenoe’s post as I replied

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There are 2 Walter George Gravestock births - both in 1882

March qtr 1882 in Hendon mmn Gerey & yours in September 1882 Hemel Hempstead mmn Blee

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Monmouthshire / Re: HENRY BELT South Wales Borderers
« on: Yesterday at 18:08 »
Have you checked for any obit notice or article in the local paper which may give additional info.

He was discharged on 27.9.16 as no longer phsically fit for active service Para 392xvi Kings Regs

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Somerset / Re: Somerset man drowned, likely at sea.
« on: Yesterday at 17:14 »
In 1861 George is George H Ring aged 11mths.  Higgins/Ring marriage was 1863 but transcribed as King on freebmd & GRO index

Also - George’s birth was registered as King


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Somerset / Re: Somerset man drowned, likely at sea.
« on: Yesterday at 11:45 »
That George Higgins was 36 so born 1852/3 - not the brother of Charles b 1863 Crewkerne.  Look at the 1871 entry for Charles!!

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Somerset / Re: Somerset man drowned, likely at sea.
« on: Yesterday at 10:02 »
So - no death recorded in 1889 for his "older brother" whose name you didn't give -  but would be aged 28/29  - parents George & Charlotte

Where did "the older brother" die & where was the inquest?    What documentation gives you the info re "brother from America etc"  Wivenhoe makes a valid point - why would that be relevant at an inquest?

Do you have the right family here??


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Somerset / Re: Somerset man drowned, likely at sea.
« on: Sunday 05 December 21 23:37 GMT (UK)  »
The only older brother in 1871 was George aged 10.  If it was George who died in 1889 he would have been 28/29.

No death on freebmd in 1889 so presume he died elsewhere


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Surrey / Re: Sarah Oliver (nee Ward) Death Search
« on: Sunday 05 December 21 21:33 GMT (UK)  »
She was definitely still alive in 1891.  She was only 48 which is why I wondered if she may have remarried between 1891 - 1901.

Another long shot - in view of the 1881 entry name - there is a death for Susan Oliver in 1900 aged 58 in the Woolwich RD.  I can’t find an 1891 entry for a Susan Oliver living in the Woolwich RD but 1891 - 1900 is a long time & people moved around a lot more back then so there may be no connection

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: Harriet Thrower vanished?
« on: Sunday 05 December 21 20:29 GMT (UK)  »
Robert Varden Spalding married Annie L Cranham in 1911 - no previous marriage shown.

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