Author Topic: The surname "Kemble Jones"  (Read 1099 times)

Offline lydiaann

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Re: The surname "Kemble Jones"
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 11 July 19 14:26 BST (UK) »
Have not so far applied for the marriage certificate (the info has only this year come to hand and life has tended to get in the way!).  I had not seen the 1931 electoral register - her dad, Frederick Kemble Jones, died in 1Q of 1931 - and thus I did not have the Litchurch connection; I shall be sure to follow this up.  I had found the 2 death records and they are sitting comfortably in my Shoebox until I have time to think about them further.  I had not thought about the Military option, to be fair - again it is something to ponder and I shall certainly try and do something about the Smith/Brown connection (again, why couldn't he hook up with a weird surname instead of what is probably No. 1 in the country!!).

Thanks so much, Ladyhawk, you have certainly helped out with clues.  It may be a while but I'll let you know what transpires!
Cravens of Wakefield, Alnwick, Banchory-Ternan
Houghtons and Harrises of Melbourne, Derbyshire
Taylors of Chadderton/Oldham, Lancashire
MacGillivrays of Mull
Macdonalds of Dundee

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