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William Kirtley


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   3099 1.0 William Kirtleymale
2967 Father: Thomas Kirtley (born 20 Feb 1811 at Tanfield, Co Durham ) IGI
3098 Mother: Thomasine Shotton (born 15 Dec 1809 at South Shields, Co Durham ) IGI
Birth: about 1839, at Warrington, LancashireCensus
Death: 07 Oct 1919, at 31 Larkhall Rise, Clapham, LondonTimes
Cremation: 10 Oct 1919 at Golders Green Crematorium, Golders Green, London (source reads 'Kirtley.- On the 7th Oct., at 31, Larkhall-rise, Clapham, William Kirtley, M.I.C.E., aged 79. Service at Golder's Green Crematorium to-morrow (Friday), at 10:45 a.m. No flowers, by request.')Times
Probate: 11 Nov 1919  executors, etc


Additional information: Employment

Census Details: 1841 1861 1871 1881 1891 1901 1911



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