Author Topic: OLIVE children - which are their's?  (Read 2808 times)

Offline laceytreigh

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Re: OLIVE children - which are their's?
« Reply #9 on: Saturday 10 July 10 02:32 BST (UK) »
Thanks Dawn, those links and advice will come in handy.
Tracey.

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Re: OLIVE children - which are their's?
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 25 May 19 07:50 BST (UK) »
Update on my previous post, with big thanks to those who gave assistance.

I applied for birth certificates for all the babies and discovered that:

Jane Charlotte born 10 Apr 1861 - died Sept 1/4 1861, haven't got death certificate yet.
John William born 4 Jan 1863 - died Sept 1/4 1866 haven't got death certificate yet.
Emma born 20 Oct 1865, found in 1871, 1881 census. Haven't gone any further with her.
Eliza Maria born 21 Nov 1867 - died Mar 1/4 1870 (aged 2) haven't got death certificate yet
William Henry born 27 Jul 1870, found in census 1871, 1881 and 1891. Gone no further with him yet.
George James born 20 Nov 1872 - died Mar 1/4 1873, haven't got death certificate yet.
Mary Ann born 16 June 1874 and died Mile End, Sept 1/4 1874, haven't got death certificate yet.
Maria born 7 Nov 1877 - died Dec 1/4 1878, haven't got death certificate yet.
Annie Maria born 23 Sept 1879, survived long enough to give birth to my grandmother, and died in Apr 1903 of cardiac problems at the age of 23.

So, it looks as though my great grandmother and 2 of her siblings survived into adulthood. Just.

Now I'm curious as to how the babies died ........... that's a job for another day! Thanks again.

Tracey.





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