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7101 Witnesses: JT Hills, ?E Berkholt, TJ Evans, EH Hills, EA Evans Family F2219
 
7102 Witnesses: Lucy Capps and Edmund Capps Family F469
 
7103 Witnesses: Robert Samuel Mallett and Alice Dennant. Family F421
 
7104 Witnesses: Thomas Atkins and Ellen Curtis
Groom's parish: St Barnabas, South Lambeth, London.
Bride's status: Spinster
Groom's status: Bachelor
Bride's Parish: Kessingland 
Family F463
 
7105 Witnesses: William Hatton, Mary Hatton, the bride's brother and sister.

In 1861 James was still living with his mother Martha in Luton, but by 1865 he had moved to 15 Britannia Street, Hoxton where he was living when he married Annie. Subsequently the family appear to have moved frequently. Thomas George was born in 1865 in Nelson Road, Harrow, and their next child, James William was born in Brixton and then by 1871 they were living at 8 Ponsonby Terrace, London SW1 in cenral London. James is described as a lodger but he had his entire family there, so maybe this term merely indicated that he rented rooms. By 1881 the family had moved again to 63 Park Side Street (now Parkside Road), Battersea and were still there in 1891 and 1901. Both James and Annie died in this area; their deaths are recorded in Wandsworth. 
Family F2198
 
7106 Witnesses: William Mallett and Caroline Wright
Signatures: Both signed their names
Bride's status: Spinster
Groom's status: Bachelor 
Family F401
 
7107 Witnesses: William Mallett and Ellen Peek
Signatures: Both signed their names 
Family F408
 
7108 witnesses: William Mallett/Elizabeth Sustins Family F389
 
7109 Witnesses:John Kimpton, Elizah Goonow Family F2130
 
7110 Wonderful and fit lady of many interests; a prodigious wood-carver, many pieces of her furniture being in the homes of the children of her nieces and nephews; never married. MALLETT, Lucy Laurence (I2610)
 
7111 Worked in agriculture for a Brigadier Uckland. Probably lived in a tied cottage. BOARD, William Thomas Edwin (I9032)
 
7112 Worker MEARS, Louisa (I9802)
 
7113 Working as "under house maid" at Parsonage (Charles W. Sillifant). COLE, Mary Jane (I3829)
 
7114 Working as cook/servant at home of Paul Wilmot, Barrister (not in practice). Also working there is an Ann Glover, 18, housemaid, born Clovelly. COLE, Mary Jane (I3829)
 
7115 World War I - Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) SEYMOUR, Second Lieutenant Bertram (I3654)
 
7116 World War I. He was a member of F Battalion Tank Corps. SEYMOUR, Second Lieutenant Bertram (I3654)
 
7117 World War I: enlisted c.1914 with the 8th Battalion Middlesex Regiment (Territorial). MALLET, Edgar John D (I10269)
 
7118 WW 1 , Reported missing 12.04.1918
Died War hospital Remischuteat, Charleville.
buried Trelincthum, Wimille. 
MALLETT, Joseph Charles Henry Vallentine John (I3281)
 
7119 WW1. Remembered on the St Neot War Memorial. MALLETT, Sydney George (I4599)
 
7120 WW2. MALLETT, George Edwin (I5113)
 
7121 WWII. Corporal Royal Corps of Signals, 201st Bde. Sig. Sec
service no: 2330073
Grave. 5 G 8. Taukkyan War Cemetery Rangoon Burma. 
MALLETT, Ronald Davy (I3350)
 
7122 www.bdm.qld.gov.au/IndexSearch/ Source (S972)
 
7123 www.ontario.anglican.ca. Fax (613) 547 3745. Repository (R75)
 
7124 ["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)
 
7125 [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)
 
7126 [Smith2.FTW]

1901 Stamford Census
RG13 3021 88 8 41
Empingham Cottages
Tinwell

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)
 
7127 [Smith2.FTW]

Marriage

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)
 
7128 [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)
 
7129 [Was shown on DA's notes on wrong Sarah Ann Acford.] ACFORD, Sarah Ann (I4219)
 

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