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201 Karel Frederik Tuijnman & Cornelia Petronella Jouvenaz
Marriage: Oct 1 1928 - Eindhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands
Groom: Karel Frederik Tuijnman
Birth: Pemalang (Idn)
Age: 24
Father: Karel Frederik Tuijnman
Mother: Willemina Karelina van Vreeswijk
Bride: Cornelia Petronella Jouvenaz
Birth: Circa 1901 - Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
Age: 27
Father: Frederik Jouvenaz
Mother: Cornelia Petronella Haije
Source
Book: Huwelijksregister Eindhoven 1928
Institution: Brabants Historisch Informatie Centrum
Archive: 550
Document #: 434
Source place: Eindhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands
Source date: Oct 1 1928
Volume date: Oct 1 1928 
Family F1166
 
202 KELLY. -

Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Mr. GERARD PATRICK KELLY will be offered at St. Anne's Catholic Church, Hopkins Highway, Purnim TODAY (March 7) at 11.00 am.

At the conclusion of Mass the cortege will proceed to the Warrnambool Cemetery.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : FUNERAL NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY. -

Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Mr. GERARD PATRICK KELLY will be offered at St. Anne's Catholic Church, Hopkins Highway, Purnim on FRIDAY (March 7) commencing at 11.00 am.

At the conclusion of Mass the cortege will proceed to the Warrnambool Cemetery.

Rosary will be recited at St. Pius X Church, Morris Road, Warrnambool THIS EVENING evening commencing at 7.30 pm.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : FUNERAL NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard


KELLY, Gerard Patrick. -

Passed away suddenly on February 28, 2014.

Loved husband of Barbara.

Loving father and father-in-law of Travis, Abbey and Jake, Laura and Mark.

Cherished grandfather of Michael, Megan, Johnny, Lauren, Tom, Patrick and baby Charlie.

Our hearts are broken in two, we wish you were here to nail them back together. Two boys will deeply miss their PaPa, "the man with the beard".

No more lollies to be eaten, no nail bags to be worn, the hammer has been laid to rest.

With all our love
- Abbey, Jake, Tom and Patrick McCosker

******
Gerard,

You have my eternal respect. What you have given our family is unmeasurable. You have been not just a fantastic father-in-law but a brilliant mentor. Your guidance and advice has been well headed and I know I can never fill your boots but I will make sure "the cook" is looked after.

"Thanks kindly"

- Jake
*******
Dearest father of Travis.

Grandfather of Michael, Megan, Jonny, Lauren. Friend of Michele.

You were always there for us and will be sadly missed.

Hope your building in heaven.

Go Cats!

******
Dad,

To think we did not say goodbye will always bring regret.

But hearts that always loved will never forget.

- Love Laura, Hodgey, Charlie Bear and Forbes.

******

KELLY, Gerard . -

Loved brother-in-law and uncle of Wendy and Rob, Beth, Ben, Jamie, Damien, Sophie and families.

We will look after the boss for you


ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

Much loved and respected uncle and great uncle.

- Love always, your favourite niece Buff, Ric, Ruby, Joseph and Ivy.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard Patrick. -

Suddenly on
February 28, 2014

Loving son of the late Geoffrey and Margaret.

Loved brother of Brian (dec.), Josephine, Dorothy, Kevin, Kathleen, Bernie, Leo (dec.) and Claire.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
5/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard


KELLY, Gerard. -

To Barbara, Travis, Abbey and Laura and families, our Prayers and thoughts are with you at this sad time.

- Aunty Kate, Elizabeth, Johnny, Patrick and Amanda.

Rest in peace

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard Patrick . -

Loved brother of Leo (dec) and Kath.

I will always remember you

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

A true gentleman and the best tradesman I have had the pleasure to work
beside.
It has been a pleasure and honour to have known you and class you as
a respected friend. I will always remember it's 10 o'clock, time for a drink and chat.

- Trevor.

To Barbara and family, Eddie and Sue, our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

- Trevor and Liz Dark and family.


ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

Deepest condolences to Barbara and family, our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
To Eddie, Sue and the Designer Built Homes team, our deepest sympathy.
A great bloke to work with.

- Stephen and Peter Hotker, and the staff at Hotker Electrical.


ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard
KELLY, Gerard. -

Gerard, thank you for not only your friendship
but guidance in our renovations.

Love to Barbara and family.
The kids birthday's will never be the same.

Our dear friends Abbey and Jake, Tom and Paddy, know you are never far from our thoughts and always in our prayers.

- With love always, Adam, Anna, Zoe and Mia
Borthwick.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

Our thoughts and deepest sympathy go to Gerard's family, Eddie and everyone at Designer Built Homes. It was a pleasure to know and work for such a great bloke.

- From all at JG Keast Excavations.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

Our thoughts are with Barbara and family on the passing of our highly respected work colleague and friend.

- Paul, Nigel, Adam and Noel.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

Kelly, Gerard. -

To Barbara, Travis, Abbey and Laura, our thoughts are with you on your sad loss of Gerard.

To Bomber and Sue of Designer Built Homes, our thoughts are with you on the sad loss of Gerard, respected colleague and builder.

- From all the staff at Dowell Windows.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

Our thoughts are with Barbara and family on the passing of our highly respected work colleague and friend.

- Paul, Nigel, Adam and Noel.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard . -

To Barbara and family, Eddie, Sue and the Designer Built team,
Gerard will be sadly missed as a work colleague and true gentleman.

Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

- From all at Turlands Plumbing.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard Patrick. -

Barbara, Travis, Abbey, Jake, Laura, Hodgey and families,

Today does not make sense, tomorrow probably won't either, but the pain of this tragedy will not always hurt as bad as it is today.

- Claire, John, Monica, Tommie, Chris and Tom.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

A long term and well respected client.

To Barbara and family, Eddie and Sue and the team at Designer Built Homes, our thoughts are with you all.

- Management and staff Pontings Timber and Hardware.


ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

Respected next-door neighbour for 30 odd years: meticulous to a fault, over that time Gerard renovated every room in our home,
as well as refurbishing another family home.

Our deepest sympathy to Barbara, Travis, Abbey, Laura and their families.

- Beks family: Patricia, John, Andrea, Michael and Jason.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

To Barbara and family,

We are devastated at your loss and wish to extend our sincere condolences to you all at this very difficult and sad time.

Our thoughts are with you all.

- Ann and Colin Morris.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

To Barbara, Travis, Abbey, Laura and families, thinking of you at this sad time.

Rest in peace Gerard

- Kathleen and Tony Killeen, Darren, Narelle, Alesha and families.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

To have known Gerard Kelly was to know a tradesman who held the highest of respect in his trade.
Gerard only knew one way and that was the right way. His attention to detail was at the highest level.
When Gerard was on the job everyone knew things were under control and taken care of.
His presence and regular work discussion over many years will be sadly missed.
This is a huge loss of a genuine good bloke and a highly regarded tradesman.

Deepest sympathy to
Barbara and family.

- Sheppard Frame and Truss.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
6/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard
KELLY, Gerard. -

Long time respected industry colleague and friend who will be missed.

To Barbara and family, our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

Eddie, Sue and the Designer Built Homes team are also in our thoughts.

- Jason and Kerri Bilson, family and staff at Trendset Kitchens and Joinery.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
5/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard. -

Our thoughts are with Gerard's family. He was a great bloke and a pleasure to have known.

- From all at Powers Building Surveying.

ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
5/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard

KELLY, Gerard . -

Gerard was the
'tradesman's tradesman' and his influence on the Warrnambool construction industry will be greatly missed.
His legacy will remain with us through the work of his hands in the projects he was involved with, and in our hearts as a man who in our opinion 'was worth three good men'.

Our condolences to
Barbara, Travis and the family at this sad time.

- Staff of the Building and Construction Department, South West TAFE.


ANNOUNCEMENTS : DEATH NOTICES
7/03/2014 The Warrnambool Standard 
KELLY, Gerard Patrick (I2629)
 
203 Killed in Action PHILLIPS, Trevor Llewellyn (I8057)
 
204 Killed in Action JENKINS, Thomas James Morris (I7329)
 
205 King of Dublin (945-980) and York (940-944 and 949-952). For most of his life he alternated between military campaigns in Ireland and Deira (Northumbria). After 953 he remained in Ireland , bases at Dublin until his defeat at "Tara by the
Irish in 980. He died in Iona. (Dictionary of British History, J.P. Kenyon, page 266) 
SIHRICSON (SITRICSON), Olaf King of Dublin (I394)
 
206 King of Gwynedd 91081-1137). Gruffudd ap Cynan, whose childhood was spent in Ireland, made a first attempt to claim is inheritance in 1075. In 1081 his alliance with Rhys ap Tewdwr ensured victory at the battle of Mynydd Carn. The royal expedition of 1114 failed to curb his power and further territorial gains were made by his sons Owain and Cadwaladr. He is tradtionally regarded as a formulator of bardic regulations. (Dictionary of British History, J.P Kenyon, p. 159) CYNAN, King Gruffydd ap . (I447)
 
207 King of Powis from 1068 - 1073 King of Powis Bleddyn (I353)
 
208 Land selection at Yougali JENKINS, Malcolm Morris . (I43)
 
209 Late of Burton Bradstock age 47 years

Notice in Bournemouth local paper 
THOMAS, Stephen John (I5325)
 
210 Letters of Administration Source (S244)
 
211 lived at Bogtown BOYD, Nancy . (I657)
 
212 Lived in a tram next to the bridge on Wantirna Rd ?? (thought to be 256 Wantirna Rd, Wantirna VIC 3152)

- Iris was at Primary school about 8yo, therefore abt 1931.

She got water from the creek to do her washing... 
WILSON, Florence Caroline . (I913)
 
213 lived in Ballyrickard DRUMMOND, Nathaniel . (I660)
 
214 Lived in Mounthill JOHNSTON, Sarah . (I305)
 
215 Lived with the KINGs in her old age. HAMBLETON, Sarah (I5030)
 
216 Lord of Deheubarth. Having gained possession of Deheubarth in 1075, he further secured his hold over this territory at the batle of Mynydd Carn. He probably formed an alliance with William l in 1081. He was killed near Brecon while resisting
the Norman advance into the areau under Bernard de Newmarch. (Dictionary of British History, J.P. Kenyon, p, 301)

GIVN Rhys Ap SURN Tewdwr

--Other Fields

SLGC: Date: 20 Jun 1958 Place: SLAKE Place: 1 HEAL FJGV-P6 
TEWDWR, King Rhys ap (I438)
 
217 Lord of Merionydd and Ceredigion. Son of Gruffudd ap Cynan, he conquered Merionydd in 1121 and Ceredigion in 1135 in alliance with his brother, Owain ap Gruffudd. When, in 1137, Owain succeeded his father Cadwaladr became lord of these territories until 1143, when he quarelled with Owain and was expelled. He then allied with Henry 11 of England, who restored his possessions in 1157, but he aided his brother against Henry's invasion in 1165. (Dictionary of British History, J.P Kenyon, p 56.) GRUFFUDD, Cadwaladr Ap (I451)
 
218 Madog had his eyes pulled out by his brother Anarawd. MAREDUDD, King Madog ap (I556)
 
219 Magdalene, married to Sir William Maxwell of Monreith, to whom she had the late Sir William Maxwell of Monreith, Bart., Hamilton and Dunbar, and three daughters --
1. Catherine, married tn John Fordyee of Ayton.
2. Jane, married to his Grace Alexander, Duke of Gordon.
3. Eglinton, married to sir Thomas Wallace Dunlop, Bart. 
BLAIR, Magdalene (I8510)
 
220 Maria was a widow on the 1911 census - 13 children, 9 living HAWES, Robert (I9372)
 
221 Marjorie Rose Canobie’s Eulogy

Marjorie Rose Canobie was born on the November 27th 1921. As an only child, her early childhood and teen years were spent on the family farm in Gippsland with her parents Tom and Ruby Freeman. She loved the country life, particularly horse riding, and did all the usual country things, even setting rabbit traps to raise money to buy her first piano. As a schoolgirl, she showed her enthusiasm for animals when she rode her horse, and led a calf for three miles, to attend the local school pet show. She attended Sunday School and later became a member of ‘Young Farmers’. She began a lifelong love of music and completed all her London College of Music certificates.

At the age of eighteen she met a young man at the local Jindivick dance. Marj and Roly Canobie were married on March 22nd, 1941. Starting their married life in Jindivick, they had several moves over the years around Gippsland and ending in the Shepparton area in 1966. Their first child, Rosalie, joined the family in Jindivick in 1943. Allen, Ray and Max were all born after they moved to a property near Warragul, with Ian being born in 1960 at Narre Warren. Over the years the family has grown to include fifteen grandchildren and fourteen (and counting) great grandchildren.

Her love for music saw Marj play the organ at the local church from the age of sixteen, something she continued wherever she lived. She taught many local children to play the piano, as well as all five of her own children. Ray excelled with piano studies, and Max enjoyed playing the drums. She was particularly pleased to see many of her grandchildren continue her love of music. In contrast to her skills as an acclaimed classical pianist, Marj formed her own dance band called ‘The Timekeepers’. She played for fifteen years in the Gippsland area providing wonderful toe tapping music. During this time she was awarded a life membership of the Masonic Homes.

As a young mother, Marj took on the posts of President and Secretary of Narre Warren State School Council and Mothers’ Club, and was the First Brown Owl for the Narre Warren North Girl Guides.

Marj enjoyed her garden, her embroidery, cooking and knitting. Roly received a new jumper most years. Marj’s skills in painting are renowned amongst the family, with her children now admitting that Mum completed their art homework for them. Roly still treasures a painting of a West Jindivick scene that Marj painted in her early years.

As dairy farmers, Marj and Roly were very involved with the Ayrshire Cattle Society, and exhibited their cattle at shows around Australia. Marj was as interested in the cattle as Roly, accompanying him both interstate and overseas for cattle judging. They attended two World Ayrshire Cattle Conferences, making many friends. Marj received a life membership from the Shepparton Agricultural Show for her ongoing involvement and assistance.

During her middle years, ongoing illness eventually led to a diagnosis of coeliac disease. Monitoring her diet became necessary. This illness led Marj to discover that she had been adopted.

A few years ago a whole new chapter in her life began. She visited Warrnambool and uncovered details of her biological family history. The meeting with nieces in Surrey Hills created much excitement and joy for her. In recent years, meeting the children of her brother Ivan and sister Norma gave her great pleasure.

Marj and Roly retired into Shepparton in 1985, where she played and enjoyed carpet bowls. Their home for the past three years has been at the Shepparton Villages. They have been so fortunate to have developed such wonderful friendships with the residents and staff.

She was a lady with a great sense of humour who enjoyed a joke, she was always welcome company in the many groups that she was part of throughout her life. Marjorie will be sadly missed by all who loved and knew her.

Marj and Roly’s five children and their respective families have special memories of their Mother, Nan and Nanny. As I read out these qualities the grandchildren will come forward and place her favourite flower - a rose - with Marjorie.

The eldest child Rosalie and her husband Doug, and their families have memories of Nanny having a great interest and love of the family - always inquiring as to what members of the family were doing. She never missed a birthday - even telling Pop to send out birthday cards to great grandchildren in her last few days

Beverley, Ian and Robyn will pay their respects.

Allen and Margaret and their families recall Mum’s great hospitality to the many visitors that came to her home; in particular members of the Ayrshire Cattle Society from all over the world. There was always a cup of tea, a meal and many stayed overnight. The many friends, and of course family were always readily welcomed.

Julie, Kerry and Scott will pay their respects.

Ray and Dianne and their families recall Nan’s great love of music. The excitement of the band practices, singing rehearsals, and playing and singing with Ray. She loved music with a beat, particularly when her dance band played a Foxtrot. For Ray, music remained an unbroken common denominator in an unbreakable bond.

Michelle is absent today as she is expecting the arrival of a baby any time.
Brett will pay their respects.

Max and Sharyn and their family have memories of Nanny having a great love of animals, particularly horses, cats and of course cattle. They remember her ability to select a good cow and Marj’s involvement in selecting the cattle show teams, and the fact that she also judged at country shows.

Heath, Jack, Jaidyn, Deeana and Kallym will pay their respects.

Ian and Vicki and their sons recall how much Nanny loved her garden. Wherever she lived she created a wonderful haven of vibrant flowers, shrubs and vegetables. She was constantly propagating plants that she shared with family friends and neighbours. Whenever they see a beautiful garden or rose bushes in bloom they think of Nanny.

Rick and Cameron will pay their respects.




Gail

I was wondering whether the following could be said after the final blessing prior to the Recessional Music being played.



As today’s service concludes, we will hear a tune first released in the year Marj was born - 1921. The tune, which became an all time jazz classic was entitled, “Marjie” and often known as “I’m always thinking of you Marjie”. When her signature tune is played, you might like to join the family in thinking how Marj would have revelled in the chance to kick up her heels, sing and dance along.
Music gave her a zest for life. 
KING, Betty Irene (I1781)
 
222 Marriage ceremony performed by Elizabeth's brother Rev. John MCWILLIAM  Family F287
 
223 Marriage Certificate has birthplace as "Haddon"
Registration District was SAGO 
WILDING, Charles Henry (I292)
 
224 MARRIAGE: 5a 285 Family F1877
 
225 MARRIAGE: Enos was a widower. Witnesses were Josiah Moxham and Emily Thorne Family F1880
 
226 MARRIAGE: Parish Church. Witnesses were David Pearce and Elizabeth Green. John Clement signed his name.Jane made her mark. Family F1879
 
227 MARRIAGE: Ref 5a 297 Family F1888
 
228 MARRIAGE: Richmond Hill Congregational Church, Bournemouth. Witnesses were Reginald C Kellaway (family friend) and Stephen John Thomas (brother of Gwinyth Thomas) Family F1876
 
229 MARRIAGE: This marriage found on IGI and presumed to be this John Moxham as age fits Family F1917
 
230 Married a MCGREGOR? HARRISON, Ameila (I4268)
 
231 Married a HEARD? HARRISON, Adeline (I4270)
 
232 married and lived down near the beach someware - Iris WILDING, Jean (I3506)
 
233 Married by Rev. WENZEL Family F79
 
234 Married by the Rev. Josias Clugston. Family F172
 
235 Martha’s stepbrother, William Saunders (jnr.) (c1820-1876) was married on the 19 March 1841 at Geelong by the Rev. Andrew Love to Mary Booth (c1825-1870) . Mary was the daughter of William Booth and Eleanor Wilson who were married on 23 August 1824 at St. John's Church of England, Parramatta, New South Wales. William Booth (c1793-1861?) came from Sussex, England, and had been sentenced to seven years prison for larceny at Kent Quarter Sessions in April 1822 and transported to New South Wales in 1823 per "Henry". Eleanor Wilson (c1805-1871?) came from Dunbarton, Scotland. She had been sentenced to seven years prison for larceny at Newcastle upon-Tyne Assizes in July 1822 and transported to New South Wales in 1823 per "Lord Sidmouth.
***************
Martha’s mother, Martha Saunders (nee Pulsford) died on 1 June 1851 at Timboon (now Camperdown) when Martha was only 10 years old. After a service at Christ Church, Geelong on 4 June was buried in the Saunders grave at the Eastern Cemetery, Geelong. The burial register describes her as, aged 51 years, and her husband as an overseer, of Timboon. Her burial is recorded as Martha SAUNDERS, not Steel. Also buried in the same site are William Saunders (d.25/6/1876), Mary Saunders, his wife (d.7/9/1870 aged 45), and James Saunders, William’s youngest brother (d.28/12/1844 aged 14). It is interesting to note that the memorial to Martha, which is shared with her son James, doesn’t indicate her surname (which was Steel at the time) but just states “MARTHA (mother of William and James). Died June 1st 1851 Aged 51 years”. Following Mary’s death in 1870, William Saunders remarried on 29 May 1872 to Fanny Mottram (c1840-1931), eldest daughter of Joseph Mottram (c1817-1892) of Point Henry and his wife Mary, nee Ward (c1816-1877). 
SAUNDERS, William Jr (I2036)
 
236 Mary, married to Sir John Sinclair, Bart., of Stevenston and Murkle, and had issue. BLAIR, Mary (I8515)
 
237 May be:

Family name: COCK
Given name(s): Chas
Event: deaths
Mother's name / Spouse's name: Unknown
Mother's family name at birth: UNKNOWN
Father's name: Unknown
Place of birth:
Place of death: E Melb H
Spouse at Death:
Age at Death: 68
Reg. year: 1903
Reg. number: 6631/1903 
COCK, Charles (I8019)
 
238 Memorial at U-116, Korumburra Cemetery, Victoria, Australia ADKINS, Lance Corporal Roland Edgar (I4534)
 
239 Memorial only. PALLETT, Charles Joseph (I7871)
 
240 Memories of Clytie KING

She worked at Herbert Adams Cake Shop in Liebig St - Warrnambool, then moved away - after meeting up with her nephew (Trevor O'KEEFE) in 1942, I discovered that she had moved to Nth Richmond to her sister Ivy and she worked in the city (Melb) at Sanitarium Health Food Shop, it may have been the one in the Cause-way Collins St. end?

As a small child I saw her frequently pedalling around on her old "bone shaker" bike with a small boy on the back (this was Trevor) Trevor had major surgery on one knee and for some time could not walk so Clytie attended to that by "dinking" him around. Looking back now I feel this was her way of covering up her loss of her babies.

She had treated Trevor as her own & he looked on her as his mum. He was never really close to his mother - "Zoe" as he was the middle child and I think perhaps the elder son "Rex" & the baby "Warren" were mothers favourites.

Trevor had quite a pleasant singing voice and Clytie encouraged him to sing at church etc. She also sang in the choir (Congregational - The Church of the Independent.) 
KING, Clytie Irene May . (I158)
 
241 Mentioned in the death notice of Florence SILK (nee WILSON) CROMPTON, Eleanor (I6585)
 
242 Much proof needed - I don't think this is us. COOMBS, Thomas (I8997)
 
243 Need citation KING, John Walter (I3787)
 
244 Need citation MEADOWS, Elizabeth (I6049)
 
245 Need proof LEASENBURY, Ann (I7182)
 
246 Need proof LAMERTON, Charity . (I1766)
 
247 Need proof KING, Henry (I8271)
 
248 Need proof. KING, Joseph . (I941)
 
249 Needs a citation BRITTAIN, David (I2461)
 
250 Needs checking HAWES, Jane (I1690)
 

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