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Re: What happened to Sarah
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Re: What happened to Sarah
« Reply #10 on: Monday 10 February 20 02:24 GMT (UK) »
A Sarah Childs 61 (bc.1777) buried 8/6/1839 Kemberton, Shropshire - abode Madeley.

This is the only burial of a Sarah Child/s of right kind of age and in the right sort timeframe.

However, I don't believe that records for Burwarton after 1812 are available online and Sarah could have been buried there.

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Re: What happened to Sarah
« Reply #11 on: Monday 10 February 20 09:06 GMT (UK) »
Samuel was living in St Milborough Stoke in 1841 which came under Ludlow RD.  His death in 1844 was registered Ludlow.

If Sarah died 1839 I would have expected her death to be reg in Ludlow although that doesn't always follow
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Re: What happened to Sarah
« Reply #12 on: Monday 10 February 20 19:54 GMT (UK) »
A Sarah Childs 61 (bc.1777) buried 8/6/1839 Kemberton, Shropshire - abode Madeley.

This is the only burial of a Sarah Child/s of right kind of age and in the right sort timeframe.

However, I don't believe that records for Burwarton after 1812 are available online and Sarah could have been buried there.

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Interesting will have to Oder the cerficate but also go into the archives in Shropshire for the burials off Burwarton.

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Re: What happened to Sarah
« Reply #14 on: Monday 10 February 20 23:50 GMT (UK) »
Samuel was living in St Milborough Stoke in 1841 which came under Ludlow RD.  His death in 1844 was registered Ludlow.

If Sarah died 1839 I would have expected her death to be reg in Ludlow although that doesn't always follow


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