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Re: Thomas John and Emma Maud Chittleburgh - Great Yarmouth
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 14 July 20 17:15 BST (UK) »
Believe he used the name John Chittleburgh in later life. Not sure if he ever married a ****** Hart, but may have had a son John Chittleburgh in JQ1926 Pembroke 11a 2311 mmn Hart. He married in 1948 to Eliza A Owens MQ  Haverfordwest 8c 896 and died aged 82 in MQ 1961 Haverfordwest 8c 428.
Elizabeth Ann Chittleburgh died DQ 1971 Haverfordwest 8c 1599-her dob 31.1.1887.

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Re: Thomas John and Emma Maud Chittleburgh - Great Yarmouth
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 14 July 20 17:28 BST (UK) »
Thank you for the extra info John

Now just to find out what happened to his sister Emma
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Re: Thomas John and Emma Maud Chittleburgh - Great Yarmouth
« Reply #20 on: Wednesday 15 July 20 19:40 BST (UK) »
There's an Eliza with him in 1929 on electoral registers

The John in Pembs has a dob one day different from the John James baptism I posted earlier

Just to noted there have been Chittleburghs in the same village since at least 1916, from newspapers, and following back from there, I can find a trace in 1913


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Re: Thomas John and Emma Maud Chittleburgh - Great Yarmouth
« Reply #21 on: Thursday 16 July 20 08:21 BST (UK) »
Hi, all the below would need to be confirmed by certificates but could be your John.

First marriage to Mary Elizabeth Davies JQ 1910 Pembroke 11a 1794. There is a transcription error as Mary Elizabeth appears on ref JQ 1910 Pembroke 11a 1704
Mary can be found on 1911 census as married with two sisters, and has been married for less than one year. John, being a "fisherman" is probably out at sea.
They then have 3 daughters who sadly all die in infancy. Elma 1913-1913, Alice Elizabeth 1916-1916 & Dora 1916-17. Gets worse I'm afraid. Mary Elizabeth his wife dies aged 30 in 1916 (probably from childbirth complications with Dora in 1916)
John is then on Pembrokeshire Electoral registers from 1929-1960 onwards living with Eliza/Elizabeth whom he marries in 1948. His son John born 1926. Cannot work out at present why mmn is Hart. John junior goes on to marry Audrey F V Evans in 1945 & 5 children are born to them. They can all be found on freebmd. John senior dies 1961 and John junior in 1996. I will continue to try and find out where the mmn is Hart comes from.

Possibly Eliza Ann HART MQ 1888 Pembroke 11a 998, hence John's juniors mmn.

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Re: Thomas John and Emma Maud Chittleburgh - Great Yarmouth
« Reply #22 on: Thursday 16 July 20 08:49 BST (UK) »

They then have 3 daughters who sadly all die in infancy. Elma 1913-1913, Alice Elizabeth 1916-1916 & Dora 1916-17. Gets worse I'm afraid. Mary Elizabeth his wife dies aged 30 in 1916 (probably from childbirth complications with Dora in 1916)


More children to report (and it's all sad, sorry)

Mary E Chittleburgh  - b & d 1914

Alice E's birth & death was registered  Q1 1916, whilst Dora was b Q4 1916

This is important to differentiate as Dora looks to have been one of triplets. I can't find birth or deaths for the other two, so suspect they didn't survive long and weren't registered as living

See  https://newspapers.library.wales/view/4102618/4102620/67/Chittleburgh

The Cambria Daily Leader 23rd November 1916

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Re: Thomas John and Emma Maud Chittleburgh - Great Yarmouth
« Reply #23 on: Thursday 16 July 20 11:33 BST (UK) »
I agree it's very sad indeed. Thanks for the link Mabel

I wonder if the recreation ground was made?
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Re: Thomas John and Emma Maud Chittleburgh - Great Yarmouth
« Reply #24 on: Thursday 23 July 20 13:42 BST (UK) »
See attached link re Emma on Canada board.

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