Monthly Archives: March 2015

Did they or Didn’t they? – George SOLE & Eliza BARKER continued

Following on from my earlier post George SOLE has now been found in the 1871 census living in Badingham in Suffolk with Eliza BARKER and two children George BARKER aged 7 and Sarah BARKER aged 3. The record has been … Continue reading

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Did they or didn’t they? – George SOLE & Eliza BARKER

Whilst searching the parish registers of St Michael’s Church in Framlingham today I was intrigued to find the following marriage entry: 25th December 1865 George SOLE full age (bachelor) clerk in the goods station off. Eliza BARKER full age (Spinster) … Continue reading

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Investigating more family death cards – William LAST & Ethel Maud DIX

Following on from my recent research into the death cards and causes of death for George and John DIX I have now researched further the remaining two cards I have. William LAST was my Great Great Grandfather and he died … Continue reading

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Does a ‘good innings’ run in the family – Martha DIX 1770 -1873

Again using the British newspaper archive website I have been lucky to find a newspaper report in the Bath Chronicle (although the event was in Suffolk!) from Thursday 3rd April 1873 about the death of my 4 times Great Grandmother Martha … Continue reading

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Althea COOPER of Framlingham relict of Abraham who fell in the American War

Whilst carrying out some research on the British Newspaper Archive website today I was interested to find this death notice in the Ipswich Journal from Tuesday 26th November 1872 for an Althea COOPER and the mention of Abraham COOPER who … Continue reading

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