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   8629 1.0 Edith Emily Hodson   also known as Edith Emily Goodwinfemale
Mother originally thought to be Mary Ann Susannah Danes, but Edith's name was given as Hodson when she 1st married.
8628 Mother: Hannah Hodson   b. about 1853 at Cranford, Northamptonshire (apparently unmarried)
Father probably George Solomon Goodwin
Birth: about 1881, at Kettering, NorthamptonshireCensus

Mother of the following, apparently unmarried, child's father unknown

   180412.1 Dorothy Hodsonfemale
Birth: about 1902, at Kettering, NorthamptonshireCensus

Married: Fred Panter  1903 (marriage source reads: Fred Panter and Edith Emily Hodson)BMD
b. about 1874, at Desborough  d. about Mar 1904, at Gold St, Desborough, age: 29y

   180452.1 Fred Pantermale
Birth: about 1904, at DesboroughCensus
Married: Frederick Coe  1906 (marriage source reads: Fred Coe and Edith Emily Panter)BMD
b. about 1867, at Desborough

   180422.2 Ronald Coemale
Birth: about 1907, at DesboroughCensus

   180432.3 Clifford Coemale
Birth: about 1908, at DesboroughCensus

   180442.4 Cyril Coemale
Birth: about 1909, at DesboroughDerived/Parish Reg
Death: about Mar 1910, at 34 New St, Desborough, age: 1y. Derived/Parish Reg
Burial: 28 Mar 1910 at DesboroughNhants PRs



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