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Bertram Brattle


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   298 1.0 Bertram Brattlemale
Bertram and his brother Arthur married sisters
228 Father: Arthur Barnabas Brattle (born 12 May 1850 at Hanwell, Middlesex ) Parish Reg
229 Mother: Sarah Elizabeth Cormack (born 10 Jan 1850 at Aldgate, London ) Birth Cert
Birth: 21 May 1875, at Norwood, LondonCensus
Death: 1956, at Wandsworth, LondonBMD


Additional information: Marriage Certificate 

Additional information: Military records

Census Details: 1881 1911 1939 -:- other address/occupation
Married: Lavinia Isabel Potter nee Jewson  21 May 1899Mrg Cert
b. 31 Dec 1875, at Rotherhithe, London

   19972.1 Ruby Brattlefemale
Birth: about 1898, at Mile End, LondonCensus

Census Details: 1901 1911

   19982.2 Doris Hilda Brattlefemale
Birth: 11 Feb 1900, at Stepney, LondonSchool Records

Additional information: School

Census Details: 1901 1911

   41802.3 Gladys Pansy Lavinia Brattlefemale
Birth: 23 Apr 1903, at Walthamstow, EssexSchool Records

Additional information: School

Census Details: 1911
Married: William Walter Henry Ellis  1927BMD
b. 1899



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