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Annie Stanford

 

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   1078 1.0 Annie Stanfordfemale
1085 Father: John Stanford (born 17 Nov 1852 at Tipton, Staffordshire ) Pigot's London 1839
1129 Mother: Sarah Ann Hadlington (born 1858 at Dudley, Worcestershire ) Census
Birth: 24 Mar 1888, at Dudley, WorcestershireBMD

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Census Details: 1891 1901
   1077
Married: William Henry Fletcher Birch  at The Parish Church, North Harborne, Smethwick, Staffordshire 24 Dec 1910Mrg Cert
b. 14 Jun 1888  d. after 1939

   10902.1 Cyril Birchmale
Birth: about 1911, at Nottingham, NottinghamshireBMD

Birth: 07 Mar 1916Birth Cert
Death: 26 Jun 1988, at Queens Medical Centre, Derby Rd, Nottingham, NottinghamshireBMD

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Married: George Edward Bolton  at St Saviours, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire 01 Jul 1939Mrg Cert
b. 03 Nov 1914, at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire  d. 26 Jul 1967, at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, age: 52y

Birth: 1921BMD

 


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