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Margaret Emma Hill


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   3291 1.0 Margaret Emma Hill   also known as Emma M Hillfemale

Birth: about 1840, at Salisbury, WiltshireCensus

Married: Thomas Walters  before 1875Est. from child
b. about 1829, at Farringdon, DevonCensus

   32942.3 Mary H Waltersfemale
Birth: about 1875, at Great Addington, NorthamptonshireCensus

   32952.4 Mervyn Gidley Waltersmale
Birth: about 1876, at Great Addington, NorthamptonshireCensus

   32962.5 Tor Gidleigh Waltersmale
Birth: about 1877, at Great Addington, NorthamptonshireCensus

   32972.6 Ysolde Gwendolen Waltersfemale
Educated at Channing House, Highgate, London and Newnham College, Cambridge (1900-1903). Awarded Teachers Diploma at Bedford College, London, 1904. Assistant Mistress at Wallasey High School, 1906-09; private teacher 1909-12; joint Headmistress and owner of Chesham Bois School, Buckinghamshire, 1912-27; School manager at Potten End, Hertfordshire, after 1928. [Venn database]
Birth: 05 Mar 1880, at DesboroughVenn
Death: 15 Apr 1966Venn



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