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Robert William King

 

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   1608 1.0 Robert William Kingmale
4158 Father: Robert King

Birth: about 1842, at Stepney, LondonCensus

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Additional information: Marriage Certificate 

Census Details: 1871 1881
   1204
Married: (1) Eliza Mary Brattle  at St John, Clapham, London 16 Aug 1866Mrg Cert
b. 20 Feb 1842, at Cirencester, Gloucestershire  d. 1892

Census Details: 1851 1871 1881 1891

Birth: about 1868, at Newington, LondonCensus

Additional information: Marriage Certificate 

Census Details: 1871 1881 1891 1901
2099
Married: Kate Attwell  at Camberwell, London 27 Sep 1892Mrg Cert
b. about 1868, at Hackney, London

Census Details: 1901

   21003.1 Henry W Kingmale
Birth: about 1894, at Peckham, LondonCensus

Census Details: 1901

   21013.2 Wilfred Kingmale
Birth: about 1895, at Peckham, LondonCensus

Census Details: 1901

   21023.3 Mabel W Kingfemale
Birth: about 1899, at Peckham, LondonCensus

Census Details: 1901

   21033.4 Cyril D Kingmale
Birth: 1901, at Peckham, LondonCensus

Census Details: 1901

   2092
Married: (2) Agnes Rebecca Mary Morton  1896BMD
b. about 1865, at Islington, London

 


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