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Still trying to find Jones Deaths in Cannock(Completed with thanks)
« on: Wednesday 20 October 04 17:00 BST (UK) »
My G.Grandfather Wesson Jones is still in Cannock on the 1901 Census age 65. No one seems to have transcribed Deaths in Cannock in the 1900. I know wesson was living in 1908 (he would be 72 by then) because thats when my grandad got married, in Cannock. So I think i can say Wesson was buried there as well. I have run out of idia's as to  how find his death, afte three years of trying anyone got any suggestions please ???

Celia
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FLORENCE JONES MARRIED JOHN GIBBON HIGNETT IN 1885

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Re: Still trying to find Jones Deaths in Cannock
« Reply #1 on: Monday 27 February 06 12:30 GMT (UK) »
Celia, are you still looking for the death of Wesson Jones -

Cannock 6b 614    Jan/Mar 1916  age 80.

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Re: Still trying to find Jones Deaths in Cannock
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 14 March 06 16:05 GMT (UK) »
Hi Skylark
I have just come across your reply to my older posting,
Yes i do have the death certificate now.but thank you anyway. It seems the death was missed a few time's because it wasn't very clear.We are supposed to put COMPLETED on the first subject line(for the cleaner ;D) on posts when the topic is finished.it does save other peoples time. A lot get missed though :) Thanks again.

Celia
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Rake Lane Burials

M.I.Merchant Marina's Rake Lane

FLORENCE JONES MARRIED JOHN GIBBON HIGNETT IN 1885