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Elsie Coe

 

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   9429 1.0 Elsie Coefemale
Awarded a pension of 19/6 per week for herself and her 2 children, from 26th June 1916, following her husband's death
1478 Father: Horace Johnson Coe   b. about 1868 at Desborough
3123 Mother: Ellen Yeomans   b. about 1872 at Desborough
Birth: about 1892, at DesboroughCensus

Pedigree
   4486
Married: (1) Horace Coe  at Kettering, Northamptonshire 02 Oct 1909WW1 Army
b. about 1886, at Desborough  d. 18 Dec 1915

   168442.1 [not known] Coe
1911 census indicates a child born alive but no longer living
Birth: c. 1910, at DesboroughCensus
Death: c. 1910, at DesboroughCensus

   84242.2 Leslie Coemale
Birth: 29 Nov 1911, at Worksop, NottinghamshireWW1 Army

   84252.3 Margaret Ellen Coefemale
Birth: 21 Feb 1914, at Worksop, NottinghamshireWW1 Army

   8423
Married: (2) James Hudson  1917BMD

 


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