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Helen Headington


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   248 1.0 Helen Headingtonfemale
249 Father: Harry Headington (born about 1805 at Keynsham, Somerset ) Census
250 Mother: Sarah Cox (born about 1815 at Somerset ) Census
Birth: 26 Dec 1854, at Peckham, LondonBirth Cert
Death: 30 Dec 1889, at Peckham, LondonDeath Cert

Married: Robert Razzell  at Register Office, Camberwell, London 18 Mar 1889Mrg Cert
b. 28 Oct 1860, at Charlwood, Surrey  d. 22 Jan 1914, at 91 Linden Grove, Peckham, London

Birth: 12 Dec 1889, at Peckham, LondonBirth Cert
Death: 11 Aug 1946, at 45 Relf Rd, Peckham, LondonDeath Cert
Married: Reginald Hubert Moyise  at St Antholin, Nunhead, London 19 Oct 1919Mrg Cert
b. 30 May 1895, at 38 Tyneham Rd, Battersea, London  d. 23 Sep 1969, at Oxford, Oxfordshire

Census Details: 1901 1911 1939

   143.1 Gladys Elsie Moyisefemale
Birth: 1921, at Camberwell, LondonBMD

Census Details: 1939

   2533.2 Reginald Leslie Moyisemale
Birth: 1924, at Camberwell, LondonBMD
Death: 1967, at Isle of Wight, age: 41y. BMD

   2543.3 Grace E Moyisefemale
Birth: 1925, at Camberwell, LondonBMD
Married: Charles Arthur Rose  1948BMD
b. 17 Oct 1917  d. 1985

   2563.4 William J Moyisemale
Birth: 1928BMD
Death: about 1929, age: 0. BMD



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