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   2125 1.0 Sarah Ann [not known]female

Birth: about 1817, at Bobbing, KentCensus
Death: before 1881Census

Married: William Jolley  before 1841Est. from child
b. about 1816, at Queenborough, Kent

   21262.1 Frances E Jolleyfemale
Birth: about 1841, at Selling, KentCensus

   21272.2 William G Jolleymale
Birth: about 1843, at Selling, KentCensus

   16142.3 Amy Edmead Jolleyfemale
Birth: 1847, at Chatham, KentCensus
Death: 29 Aug 1935, at Fort View, 131 Langer Rd, Felixstowe, Suffolk, age: 88y. Probate
Probate: 08 Nov 1935  executors, etc
Married: Robert Brattle  about 1867BMD
b. 13 May 1847, at Hanwell, Middlesex  d. before 1891

   16153.1 Annie Florence Brattlefemale
Birth: about 1866, at Camberwell, LondonCensus

Additional information: RAF Service (1918)

Census Details: 1871 1881 1891 1901 1911

   21282.4 Caroline Eliza Jolleyfemale
Birth: about 1850, at Chatham, KentCensus

Birth: 1852, at Chatham, KentCensus

   21292.6 Alice Ann Jolleyfemale
Birth: about 1855, at Chatham, KentCensus

   21302.7 Walter John Jolleymale
Birth: 1862, at Sittingbourne, KentCensus



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