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Re: John "Jack" JARNELL
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 24 October 06 18:37 BST (UK) »
Hi Suz,
Thanks for that.
It is definitely my Great Aunt Annie's details, she died in a nursing home in Gainsborough, she and my Gran, (her sister), went into the same home. As for John, there was definitely a son called called John so I think I will send for the certificate and check it out.
Thanks for your time, appreciate it,
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 #19 on: Tuesday 24 October 06 18:58 BST (UK) »
Ooops-I have corrected John's birth -I think you must have realised he was b 1927 not 1027!!!!

Sorry about that!!!!!

If this John is the son -he would also be son of Annie, as Annie married in 1924????

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Re: John "Jack" JARNELL
« Reply #20 on: Sunday 29 October 06 00:13 BST (UK) »
Kathryn

After searching quarter by quarter I have found the four births for the children you mentioned.  The first was in the same quarter as the marriage.

Olive Jarnell, reg Dec Q 1924, Gainsborough 7a 1118
John W Jarnell, reg Mar Q 1928, Gainsborough 7a 1142
Maurice Jarnell, reg Mar Q 1931, Gainsborough 7a 1111   
Muriel Jarnell, reg Mar Q 1935, Gainsborough 7a 1017
(all mother, Parkin)

I have searched up to and including 1940 and haven't found any more births for this marriage.

I think it must be my husband's great uncle John William b 1882 who married twice as the family is so small and they were the only ones in Gainsborough at that time.  The Jarnell family is originally from the Coningsby area.  As you say you have the marriage cert I can only assume John Wm lied about his age as I have several instances of his age and it is always consistent with a birth in 1882.  I have details about John Wm's father's tragic death, including a coroner's report and newspaper report of the time.

On a previous post someone made mention of a Willie Jarnell.  In fact John Wm had two brothers called Willie (not William).  The first born 1892 died the following year.  The second Willie born 1895 went into Gainsborough Workhouse at the age of five, with some of his siblings, following his father's tragic death

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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 #21 on: Monday 30 October 06 20:38 GMT (UK) »
Hi Jennie,
Thank you for all that information it's really useful. Do you need any info from me?
All the best,
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 #22 on: Thursday 21 March 19 04:50 GMT (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

Hi, don't know if I can add anything but I am the grandchild of Rose :)

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Re: John "Jack" JARNELL
« Reply #23 on: Thursday 21 March 19 19:09 GMT (UK) »
It seems that KMFRoberts hasn`t posted since 2014, but you might connect with another person from your family tree.