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Durham / Re: Mysterious Eliza Jane Burns/Butler
« on: Saturday 09 March 24 15:58 GMT (UK)  »
I wonder if it was her mother that married again?

She seems to appear on the 1901 census as Eliza Butler - mother Elizabeth Ann, father James

Sue

Found her marriage to James and Eliza J Butler, but no sign of her previous marriage for her.

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Durham / Re: Mysterious Eliza Jane Burns/Butler
« on: Saturday 09 March 24 15:55 GMT (UK)  »
Goodness!! That looks like her!!

Thanks so much, I'll try and locate her on the census!

Sue

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Durham / Re: Mysterious Eliza Jane Burns/Butler
« on: Saturday 09 March 24 15:54 GMT (UK)  »
Typically found James and Eliza in 1939 after I posted, although neither son is with them.

I did think that Eliza may have married previously too, but no trace, as far as I can see.

Sue

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Durham / Mysterious Eliza Jane Burns/Butler
« on: Saturday 09 March 24 15:16 GMT (UK)  »
Hi

Looking to confirm the parents of James Edward Tulloch, born in Sunderland on the 10th April 1916 (mother's maiden name is 'Burns', and his brother, Thomas, born in Sunderland on the 16th September 1917, (mother's maiden name given as 'Burns.')

No record of a Tulloch/Burns marriage in Sunderland (or anywhere that I can see), however, the 1921 census (I just have very limited access), appear to find the family living in Southwick.
Both James and Thomas are given the correct year of birth (no place of birth listed), and they are listed with 'parents' James W Tulloch born 1875 Sunderland, and Elisa (Eliza) Jane born 1884 (no place of birth given).

Cannot find the family in 1939, but their son, James Edward, married Ivy Simpson in Sunderland in 1940.

James W Tulloch appears to have married Eliza J Butler in Sunderland in 1915, but both the boys mother's maiden name is definitely given as 'Burns.'
James W Tulloch is easy to trace backwards - surname spelt as 'Tullock' but who was Eliza Jane Burns/Butler?

Thanks
Sue

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Durham / Re: William Clifford Hare
« on: Saturday 24 February 24 08:25 GMT (UK)  »
Wow!! Thanks so much!
So many people have gone down the wrong route with both William Clifford and his son on ancestry.

So thanks for clearing that up!!

Sue

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Durham / Re: William Clifford Hare
« on: Friday 23 February 24 16:14 GMT (UK)  »
The only thing is Betsy's mmn was Milne - not Dalrymple  :'(

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Durham / Re: William Clifford Hare
« on: Friday 23 February 24 15:48 GMT (UK)  »
Alan - seen newspaper report - relates to his brother in law. Thanks!

Heywood - thanks too - looks promising!!

Sue

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Durham / William Clifford Hare
« on: Friday 23 February 24 15:19 GMT (UK)  »
Hi

Trying to find out what happened to this man after he married and where he may have died.
William Clifford Hare was born in Thirsk during the December quarter of 1898 (parents Richard Lockey Hare and Maud Robinson.)

He married Betsy Honeyman in East Boldon on the 21st August 1924 (the family were living there at the time, and remained there).
Betsy had been born in Sunderland on the 2nd September 1900, the daughter of George Honeyman and his wife, Agnes Milne.
The couple had two known children, Thelma Margaret, born in Sunderland on the 28th August 1925, and Raymond, born in Middlesbrough during the June quarter of 1931.

William Clifford is mentioned on his brother, Wilfred Reginald's, probate record (he died at sea in 1943), as being a radio dealer.'

But can't trace William, Betsy, Thelma or Raymond in 1939 - of any trace of them afterwards.

Can anybody find them?

Thanks
Sue

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Northumberland / Re: James Brown (unfortunately)
« on: Friday 16 February 24 13:45 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Boo and everyone for their assistance - its a mine field out there and lots of 'researchers' tend to 'follow' someone else's 'lead' without any of their own evidence or research.

Thanks to all who have contributed to this search

Sue

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