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Sarah Ann Piercy

 

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   1530 1.0 Sarah Ann Piercyfemale
1859 Father: Edward Piercy (born about 1822 at Brighton, Sussex ) Census
1860 Mother: Sarah Egless (born 30 Nov 1820 at Southwark, London ) Parish Reg
Birth: 09 Jan 1858, at 12 Troy Town, Camberwell, LondonBirth Cert
Death: 1901, at Croydon, SurreyBMD

Pedigree
   1499
Married: Alfred Razzell  24 Dec 1882BMD
b. 1859, at Charlwood, Surrey

   15312.1 Eleanor Razzellfemale
Birth: 1883, at Croydon, SurreyCensus

Additional information: Marriage Certificate 

Census Details: 1891 1901 1911
1900
Married: Frank Caleb Stephens  16 Sep 1907Mrg Cert
b. 10 Jul 1884, at Camberwell, London

Census Details: 1891 1911

   43443.1 Eleanor Stephensfemale
Birth: 1909, at Deptford, LondonCensus

Census Details: 1911

   43453.2 Winifred Stephensfemale
Birth: 1910, at Bermondsey, LondonCensus

Census Details: 1911

   21993.3 Rose Stephensfemale
Birth: 1911, at Greenwich, KentBMD

   15332.2 Robert Alfred Razzellmale
Birth: about 1885, at Croydon, SurreyCensus

Census Details: 1891 1901

   15322.3 Caleb John Razzellmale
Birth: about 1887, at Croydon, SurreyCensus

Census Details: 1891 1901

 


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