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Adam Wood


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   1822 1.0 Adam Woodmale
1829 Father: James Wood (born about 1789 at Abridge, Essex ) Census
234 Mother: Ann [not known] (born about 1790 at Harlow, Essex ) Census
Birth: about 1830, at Abridge, EssexCensus
Death: 1909BMD
Probate: 06 Feb 1909  executors, etc

Married: (1) Ann Elizabeth Brooker  about 1849BMD
b. about 1830, at Ditton, Kent

Birth: 03 Sep 1850, at Clerkenwell, LondonParish Reg
Baptism: 13 Oct 1850 at St Mary, Islington, LondonParish Reg
Death: 1884BMD

Additional information: Baptism Certificate 
Married: Esther Ann Wilson  about 1873BMD
b. about 1857, at Battersea, London

   18583.1 Adam William Woodmale
Birth: about 1873, at St Georges, LondonCensus

   18242.2 Ann Mary Woodfemale
Birth: 19 May 1854, at Limehouse, LondonParish Reg
Baptism: 23 Jul 1854 at St Dunstan, Stepney, LondonParish Reg

Additional information: Baptism Certificate 

Married: (2) Kezia Brown nee Cormack  before 1876Est. from child
b. about 1852, at Loughton, Essex

   18552.3 William Woodmale
Birth: about 1876, at Camden, LondonCensus

Census Details: 1891

   18562.4 Charles Woodmale
Birth: about 1890, at Limehouse, LondonCensus

Census Details: 1891 1901



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