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Julia Watkins

 

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   4441 1.0 Julia Watkinsfemale
Father: the Rev Charles Frederick Watkins, vicar of Brixworth

Birth: about 1836, at Brixworth, NorthamptonshireCensus

Pedigree
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Married: Lewis William Cave  5 Aug 1856DNB
b. 3 Jul 1832, at Desborough  d. 7 Sep 1897, at Manor House, Woodmansterne, Surrey

   44642.1 Arthur W Cavemale
Birth: about 1858, at St Johns Wood, LondonCensus

   44472.2 Edith Cavefemale
Birth: about 1859, at Marylebone, LondonCensus

   44482.3 Alice Cavefemale
Birth: 1861, at Surbiton, LondonCensus

   44492.4 Lucy Cavefemale
Birth: about 1864, at Surbiton, LondonCensus

   44502.5 Hilda Cavefemale
Birth: about 1866, at Surbiton, LondonCensus

   44512.6 John Watkins Cavemale
Birth: about 1867, at Surbiton, LondonCensus

   44522.7 Walter Watkins Cavemale
Birth: about 1870, at Surbiton, LondonCensus

Census Details: not at Desborough in 1871

1881 At at 18 Clifton Terrace, Margate, Kent. Lodging with Joseph Kertland (verger) and family. Occupation: Scholar Census


   44532.8 Edward W Cavemale
Birth: about 1872, at Surbiton, LondonCensus

Census Details: not at Desborough in 1891

1881 At at Ringslow College, Margate, Kent. Boarding school. Occupation: Scholar Census

 


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