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Death ref completed Thanks
« on: Saturday 30 August 08 22:55 BST (UK) »
I am trying to trace the death of a Sarah Gossling wid of George J. Gossling surgeon. Born 1809 Cheshire.

She was on the 1881 census in Wales, but not on the 1891 census.

I have had the three refs of death checked which appear for St Cath and none are her.

I wonder if she went to live with her son. He lived Colvend Kirkcudbrightshire.

I would be grateful if anyone came across her death would let me know.

Thank you

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Re: Death ref
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 31 August 08 02:37 BST (UK) »
Hi CU  :)

Those Gosslings again!

the Scotlands People site www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk have the following death entry:

1890 Colvend, Kirkcudbright-  Sarah Gossling, other surname - Barker, Aged 80

You will be able to view the record and download an image of the original entry for 6 units (1.20)


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Re: Death ref
« Reply #2 on: Sunday 31 August 08 10:39 BST (UK) »
Thank you so much for that Wonderful information.

That's her. You're a Star Gadget  ;D
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