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Richard Yeomans

 

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   3124 1.0 Richard Yeomansmale
Military Bandsman
648 Father: James Yeomans   b. 05 Jun 1841 at Desborough
1084 Mother: Kezia Holmes   b. about 1845 at Desborough
Birth: about 1875, at DesboroughCensus

Pedigree
   10068
Married: Agnes Priestland  at London 16 May 1895WW1 Army
b. about 1876, at Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire

   100692.1 Dorothy Grace Yeomansfemale
Birth: 11 Jun 1895, at Berkhampstead, HertfordshireWW1 Army
Baptism: 13 Jul 1895 at Berkhampstead, HertfordshireWW1 Army

   164702.2 Ernest Yeomansmale
Birth: about 1898, at Berkhampstead, HertfordshireCensus

   100702.3 Edith Agnes Yeomansfemale
Birth: 31 Aug 1903, at Canterbury, KentWW1 Army
Baptism: 24 Sep 1903 at Canterbury, KentWW1 Army

   100712.4 Richard James Yeomansmale
Birth: 16 Nov 1904, at Canterbury, KentWW1 Army
Baptism: 11 Dec 1904 at Canterbury, KentWW1 Army

   100722.5 Emily Ruth Yeomansfemale
Birth: 17 Jul 1906, at Curragh, County FermanaghWW1 Army
Baptism: 02 Sep 1906 at Curragh, County FermanaghWW1 Army

   100732.6 Gladys Margaret Yeomansfemale
Birth: 27 Jul 1908, at Norwich, NorfolkWW1 Army
Baptism: 04 Oct 1908 at Norwich, NorfolkWW1 Army

   100742.7 Winifred Kate Yeomansfemale
Birth: 07 Sep 1910, at Aldershot, HampshireWW1 Army
Baptism: 09 Oct 1910 at Aldershot, HampshireWW1 Army

 


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