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Offline Mhairi28

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Re: Newcastle Upon Tyne All Saints Church
« Reply #27 on: Thursday 02 May 19 20:08 BST (UK) »
Looks like we have made some progress, thanks to all for your help.
I had done a wider search on the name Forster on Ancestry but hadn't noted these records. I had a found a death in 1858 of Robert John Forster and 1868 of Ellen Forster, so I am slightly confused by the 1861 & 71 records.
Neither of her husbands seem to have lasted long.

Now I can go back to Thomas Bulman!

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Re: Newcastle Upon Tyne All Saints Church
« Reply #28 on: Thursday 02 May 19 22:04 BST (UK) »
The Robert John Forster who died in 1858 in Newcastle was aged 9 and so not yours. ( Always useful to use the groindexes for deaths in this period as they show the age at death).

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