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6901 World War I. He was a member of F Battalion Tank Corps. SEYMOUR, Second Lieutenant Bertram (I3654)
6902 World War I: enlisted c.1914 with the 8th Battalion Middlesex Regiment (Territorial). MALLET, Edgar John D (I10269)
6903 WW 1 , Reported missing 12.04.1918
Died War hospital Remischuteat, Charleville.
buried Trelincthum, Wimille. 
MALLETT, Joseph Charles Henry Vallentine John (I3281)
6904 WW1. Remembered on the St Neot War Memorial. MALLETT, Sydney George (I4599)
6905 Source (S972)
6906 Fax (613) 547 3745. Repository (R75)
6907 ["Amy [ Sarah's mother] married a Peter Clarke two weeks prior to that [ie. Sarah's marriage], also in Beccles. They moved to Blundeston and one of her brothers followed a few years later." -- note from Tina] JERMY, Amy (I17)
6908 [R.K. Stevens' notes: 24. iv. Henry Hardy, b. 21 July 1840, Pleasant Grove, m.(1) Lucy Ellen Carr, m.(2) Mary Bell Jewell.] York - HARDY's Mill, est'd 1888 - present, across from Tracadie Road. Henry son of George HARDY Jr. 28 Aug 1807 - ? and Mary Dalling 4 Nov 1807 - d. bef. 1881. Mary b. Biddeford, Eng, came as a servant girl on the same brig as the HARDY's. The couple's best friends, Wm. Crockett and Joanna Jenkins were married at the same time, the grooms serving as alternate witnesses. George the 2nd son of George HARDY Sr. and Elizabeth Carline (10 children). HARDY, Henry (I1260)
6909 [Smith2.FTW]

1901 Stamford Census
RG13 3021 88 8 41
Empingham Cottages

George Green Head M 40 Farm Foreman Ketton, Rutland
Fanny Green Wife M 37 Langtoft, Lincs
George Green Son U 14 Errand Boy Tinwell, Rutland
Rose M Green Dau U 11 Tinwell, Rutland
Olive G Green Dau U 9 Tinwell, Rutland
Charles H Green Son U 7 Tinwell, Rutland
Lily Green Dau U Dau 6 Tinwell, Rutland
Gerald Green U Son 2 Tinwell, Rutland
Percy T Green U Son 2m Tinwell, Rutland

Need to phone marholn for a cremation. 
GREEN, Lily (I4634)
6910 [Smith2.FTW]


Charles Baxter bach, lab, otp, father William Baxter lab married
Sarah Glover, spin, otp, father John Glover lab
both of full age at Thornhaugh 30 July 1862
witnesses John Glover & Sarah Baxter

1851 Stibbington Census

John GLOVER, head, mar, 54, ag lab pauper, Glapthorne Northants

Sarah GLOVER, wife, 45, factory woman, Old Weston Hunts

Sarah GLOVER, daur, unm, 16, factory girl, Stibbington Hunts

Susan GLOVER, 4, scholar, Stibbington Hunts

Mary GLOVER, daur, 2, Stibbington Hunts

William GLOVER, son, 15, factory boy, Stibbington Hunts

John GLOVER, son, 13, ag lab, Stibbington Hunts

Jeremiah GLOVER, son, 10, ag lab, Stibbington Hunts

Thomas GLOVER, son, 9, at home, Stibbington Hunts

Levi GLOVER, son, 7, at home, Stibbington Hunts

Tymothy GLOVER, 3mth, Stibbington Hunts 
GLOVER, Sarah (I4632)
6911 [Smith2.FTW]

Nan information: Frank fought in WW1 with the Artillery.

Email sent to National Archives requesting service papers for Frank Dexter 27th April 2005.

The problem is only 40% of WW1 papers still exist after severe bombing in WW2.

Have obtained Franks WW1 medal card see Dexter folder.

Need to phone marholm for a cremation. 
DEXTER, Frank Robert Ezra (I4633)
6912 [Was shown on DA's notes on wrong Sarah Ann Acford.] ACFORD, Sarah Ann (I4219)

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