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John "Jack" JARNELL
« on: Friday 15 September 06 19:19 BST (UK) »
Hi,
I am seeking more information on John Jarnell born c 1895 in Lincolnshire, don't know where? He married an Annie Parkin, ?when.
He had children called Morris, John, Olive and Muriel, I think these were from a previous marriage.
Annie Parkin had a daughter out of wedlock called Rose. I think Rose married, moved to London and had 2 daughters, she was killed in a car crash and her husband died soon after. The story in the family goes, he never came to terms with losing Rose.
I think John Jarnell lived in Gainsborough.
Morris never married.
Olive married a Ukranian gentleman and I think Muriel married twice but died quite young.
Can anyone help with this sparse information to go on?
Thanks for looking,
Regards, Kathryn
Thornton, Pigford, Toaduff: County Durham.
Anderson, Parkin, Farnsworth, Broomhead: Lincs and Notts.
Kane: Liverpool / Ireland.

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Re: John "Jack" Jarnell,
« Reply #1 on: Friday 15 September 06 20:08 BST (UK) »
Cant find anything on a John Jarnell b. circa 1895.

Have a John Jarnell b.circa 1891 Wainfleet St Mary, son of Benjamin and Fanny living at Friskney in 1891 and 1901

Have a John Jarnell b.circa 1882 Gainsborough son of William and Sarah.

Any idea which is the right one? (if either)

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Re: John "Jack" Jarnell,
« Reply #2 on: Friday 15 September 06 20:14 BST (UK) »
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Re: John "Jack" Jarnell,
« Reply #3 on: Friday 15 September 06 20:46 BST (UK) »
Hi,
Thanks for responding.
I know that the last family is not the right Annie Parkin, as I have details about her parents and siblings. She was born in West Ham, her family originally came from Gainsborough but moved to London looking for work for a while before returning in the early 1900's. She was born c1897.
As for John Jarnell, I suspect the one from Gainsborough could be the right one, as I know Annie and family lived in Gainsborough for many years, and he had been married before so could be older than her. I will have a look at that entry.
Thanks for the lead, much appreciated.
Regards, Kathryn
Thornton, Pigford, Toaduff: County Durham.
Anderson, Parkin, Farnsworth, Broomhead: Lincs and Notts.
Kane: Liverpool / Ireland.

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Re: John "Jack" Jarnell,
« Reply #4 on: Friday 15 September 06 20:53 BST (UK) »
most welcome  :)

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Re: John "Jack" Jarnell,
« Reply #5 on: Wednesday 11 October 06 01:10 BST (UK) »
Kathryn

The John Jarnell b 1882 Gainsborough, son of Wm and Sarah, is my husband's g uncle and he married Sarah Ann Bailey in 1908.  I don't recognise any of the names you mention which is strange as the Jarnell family is relatively small.

Jennie
DUNDERDALE - Corringham/Brigg
APPLETON - Grimsby/Scunthorpe
CREDLAND - Messingham/Scunthorpe
JARNELL - Coningsby/Gainsborough
GIBSON - Bonby
COOK - Bonby
WELTON/WHELPTON - Melton Ross/Barnetby
TUPLIN(G) - Irby/Swallow
ALL LINCOLNSHIRE

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Re: John "Jack" Jarnell,
« Reply #6 on: Wednesday 11 October 06 14:23 BST (UK) »
could this be annie parkin in 1901?
living in west ham essex
samuel parkin 27yrs general labourer born bishop stortford
annie 28yrs wife
annie 2yrs born stratford essex
gladys.a 7 months daughter
SOURCE INFO-RG13-1567
FOLIO-130
PAGE-28
regards
alli
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Re: John "Jack" JARNELL
« Reply #7 on: Wednesday 11 October 06 22:30 BST (UK) »
Hi Guys,
Jennie; Thanks for the information, at least I can eliminate that Jack Jarnell. As you say it is not a common name, so why it is proving so difficult I don't know, someone out there must have a connection to solve the mystery.

Alli; Thanks for the look up, but it's not the same Annie, her father was Joseph Parkin, I do have the 1901 census details for the family now in West Ham, just before they returned to Gainsborough. Thanks though I really appreciate you taking the time.

Regards, Kathryn
Thornton, Pigford, Toaduff: County Durham.
Anderson, Parkin, Farnsworth, Broomhead: Lincs and Notts.
Kane: Liverpool / Ireland.

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Re: John "Jack" JARNELL
« Reply #8 on: Wednesday 11 October 06 23:11 BST (UK) »
Hi Kathryn....why are you so sure your John was born in 1895. There was only one Jarnell birth in 1895 and it was for a 'Willie' in Gainsboro 7a 761.  Could this be who you are looking for but was just called John after his father or grandfather.  I had a similar experience for an 1850 birth. Looking for an Enoch for months ....i was crawling the walls with frustration.  He was known as Enoch the whole of his 73 years but when eventually traced his birth he had been baptised Joshua. His son who was known as Joshy his whole life had been christened Harry. This is a funny old game ::)

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