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Caroline Carew Dillon

 

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   3184 1.0 Caroline Carew Dillonfemale
3181 Father: Charles Carew Dillon   b. about 1833 at Wickham, Hampshire   d. 14 Jun1903 at Desborough
3182 Mother: Ellen Robinson   b. about 1839 at Heyshott, Sussex
Birth: about 1865, at Manthorpe, LincolnshireCensus

Pedigree
   4759
Married: (1) Harry Cheaney  about 1885BMD
b. 1865, at Kettering, Northamptonshire  d. 24 Sep 1886, age: 21

   56802.1 Caroline Ellen Cheaneyfemale
Birth: about 1886, at DesboroughCensus

   56812.2 Henrietta Cheaneyfemale
Birth: 1887, at DesboroughBMD

   9676
Married: (2) William Edward Ruddick  1894BMD
b. about 1866, at Carlatton, Cumberland

   96772.1 Maud E Ruddickfemale
1901 census shows her name as Maud E Cheaney, but BMD birth shows Maud Emily Ruddick, which seems more likely
Birth: 1899, at DesboroughBMD

 


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