Author Topic: arthur albert aspland 1859  (Read 679 times)

Offline Jackiemh

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Re: arthur albert aspland 1859
« Reply #9 on: Friday 29 November 19 22:12 GMT (UK) »
I have been looking at the children Alice Maud b1878, Edith Susannah b1882 and James Albert b1885.
I found James Albert quite easily in 1891, an inmate of a workhouse in South Lynn, Kings Lynn. He also served in WW1, giving his next of kin as sister Edith Fitzpatrick, address 3 Sidney Terrace, Hull.
Occupation hotel porter.
Have a little more information if you are interested.
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Re: arthur albert aspland 1859
« Reply #10 on: Friday 29 November 19 22:45 GMT (UK) »
Edith is also in the same workhouse in 1891

She marries Thomas Henry Fitzpatrick in 1902, Sculcoates district

Arthur appears to call himself Albert in some records

Alice is a servant in Kings Lynn in 1891 - mistranscribed as Alice Maspland

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Re: arthur albert aspland 1859
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 05 December 19 03:05 GMT (UK) »
hi  Jackiemh what other info have you got please. sorry not been on here for few days


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Re: arthur albert aspland 1859
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 05 December 19 08:55 GMT (UK) »
James Albert Aspland's WW1 Service - 1914 Service number 22469 Royal Welsh Fusiliers (London Welsh) - and by 1919 Service number 24724 Welsh Regiment, 53rd (?) Battalion.
Employer before joining up Mr Schmidt, Crown & Mitre Hotel, Carlisle.
There was a bit about his being 'unfit'  - requiring an operation.
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