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Offline River Tyne Lass

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Re: Joseph Thompson Death
« Reply #54 on: Wednesday 16 September 20 20:22 BST (UK) »
North Shields local studies is now open Lisa.  You would be able to check out various deaths with this name if you went here.  If you decide to go this route check with them first regarding what is available as if anything is used it goes into 72 hour quarantine.

I had a quick look for him in the Preston burial register last time I went but I could not see him there under this year.  Perhaps this one might be at Church Bank or elsewhere.
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Re: Joseph Thompson Death
« Reply #55 on: Wednesday 16 September 20 20:55 BST (UK) »
Thanks RTL. I will certainly arrange a visit, I will have to fit a time in around work.

I have received a death cert for what I though I had ordered for 1944 but it states 1946

Joseph Thompson
Death 11th May 1946 aged 69 years
4 Lambs Terrace, West allotment.
Stoneman in coal mine.

I can't read cause something to do with bladder.

In the presence of R Thompson his son.

I don't think this is the correct one as I can only find 2 children for him, Joseph 1905 and Mary Jane 1914.
Unless I've missed one.
Thompson
Alderson
Cain
Foster
Forbes
Charlton
Diston
Henderson
Howdons

Descendants of..
Thompson/Alderson from Wallsend
Charlton/Henderson from Morpeth.

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Re: Joseph Thompson Death
« Reply #56 on: Wednesday 16 September 20 20:59 BST (UK) »
Thanks RTL. I will certainly arrange a visit, I will have to fit a time in around work.

I have received a death cert for what I though I had ordered for 1944 but it states 1946

Joseph Thompson
Death 11th May 1946 aged 69 years
4 Lambs Terrace, West allotment.
Stoneman in coal mine.

I can't read cause something to do with bladder.

In the presence of R Thompson his son.

I don't think this is the correct one as I can only find 2 children for him, Joseph 1905 and Mary Jane 1914.
Unless I've missed one.

Where is he in 1939? If you check that it should help with possibly eliminating him.

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Re: Joseph Thompson Death
« Reply #57 on: Monday 15 February 21 21:05 GMT (UK) »
I think I have a 2nd wife for Joseph Thompson

In 1933 to a Lillian Kennedy at St Joseph's Gateshead.

I will See if I can find the record ref and order the certificate.
It's states both Josephs parents.

There is also a marriage for a Joseph Thompson and Lillian Kennedy in 1923 in Tynemouth.. Not sure if it's coincidence. No parents showing.

I still haven't found death records for them.

There is a possible 1914 death record for Mary Ann Thompson his 1st wife.

Could she have died in child birth with her daughter?
Thompson
Alderson
Cain
Foster
Forbes
Charlton
Diston
Henderson
Howdons

Descendants of..
Thompson/Alderson from Wallsend
Charlton/Henderson from Morpeth.

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Re: Joseph Thompson Death
« Reply #58 on: Monday 15 February 21 21:39 GMT (UK) »
It is more than likely that what has been indexed on Family Search as a marriage in Gateshead is in fact simply a note about the marriage added to the baptism entry at St Joseph’s Gateshead. This was quite frequently done.

The marriage took place in Tynemouth.

As jonw65 pointed out here, when he drew your attention to the marriage back in March, 1933 is probably an error, it was in 1923
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Re: Joseph Thompson Death
« Reply #59 on: Monday 15 February 21 21:46 GMT (UK) »
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