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Offline GRACELAND

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Jane Ballard
« on: Friday 30 October 09 16:53 GMT (UK) »
I am trying to find out what happend to - Jane Ballard Born 1851
On all the Cens through to 1901  And is on 1911 -(But not looked at full page as yet as this involves a charge  ;D)

She was living with her Father In 1901 In Prestigne Wales
Her Father Charles Dies in 1902 aged 82

On 1911 she is aged 60 living Radnorshire
 
Did she get married after  or Die as i can't find her ??  :-\
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Re: Jane Ballard
« Reply #1 on: Friday 30 October 09 18:17 GMT (UK) »
I would think that death is the likelier occurrence

Dad was 82 when he died so if Jane lived to a similar age, she could have died in a period not covered by freebmd transcriptions

http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/progressD.shtml

You will need to search the full GRO index

Using the free 1911 index - there is also a Charles Ballard aged 64 in the same household.  Did she have a brother?
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Re: Jane Ballard
« Reply #2 on: Friday 30 October 09 18:51 GMT (UK) »
Yes She Did He was Born 1847 so  Either she Moved in with him or other way around !
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