Notes

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Title Individuals Families Media objects Sources Last change
Presented by her Step Father Hezekiah Davies to Jennett Clarke for her good behaviour Mar 28 1879 1 0 0 0 Never
Earnshaw Street at house of Aunt 1 0 0 0 Never
Presented by her Grandmother Jennett Walker to Nan Walker on the departure of her Grandmother to Ame… 1 0 0 0 Never
Presented by her Grandmother Jennett Walker to Nan Walker on the departure of her Grandmother to Ame… 1 0 0 0 Never
DEATH OF MR. WILLIAM DIPROSE 1 0 0 0 Never
Year assumed, based on the fact that she appeared after Laura in the Family Bible and her birthday w… 1 0 0 0 Never
August 1 0 0 0 Never
Heyrod 1 0 0 0 Never
Must have died before 1889 when the second George Henry was born 1 0 0 0 Never
"Hourglass Tree of John James" says 1919, but suspect this is wrong. Phyllis Walker certainly thinks… 1 0 0 0 Never
This is a guess. The "Hourglass Tree of John James" (from Clifford James?) says she was born in Octo… 1 0 0 0 Never
Struck by lightning 1 0 0 0 Never
Address: 185 Weston St, Bermondsey, London 1 0 0 0 Never
October 1 0 0 0 Never
Address: 18 Astley Street, Dukinfield, Ashton Under Lyne 1 0 0 0 Never
9 months old at 1861 census 1 0 0 0 Never
Got a scholarship through the Trade Union 1 0 0 0 Never
Before 1901 Census 0 1 0 0 Never
St John's Hospital 1 0 0 0 Never
Not on 1901 Cenus 1 0 0 0 Never
2 days old 1 0 0 0 Never
to 1981 1 0 0 0 Never
Couldn't be buried for a couple of weeks - the ground was frozen 1 0 0 0 Never
Presented by her Step Father Hezekiah Davies to Jennett Clarke for her good behaviour Mar 28 1879 1 0 0 0 Never
Boarding with William and Ellen Mason and their three children 1 0 0 0 Never
Was down as William Collier, but Percy Collier's birth cert copy says Joshua 1 0 0 0 Never
Eileen Mary Bullock recalls a lady having turned up - name began with "L" possibly daughter of Sam f… 1 0 0 0 Never
Back of photo says "Uncle Albert & Auntie Daisy" 1 0 0 0 Never
Was in a wheelchair and wasn't talked about by the family 1 0 0 0 Never
Was being taught how to thread shuttles in the cotton mill (aged 14?) by an old man who chewed tobac… 1 0 0 0 Never