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1051 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1818)
 
1052 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2016)
 
1053 Went to Bradford when 23. Lived in 'Sundial House' and later 'Ivy House' (at Snape?). A man of simple habits, he had the utmost distate for 'show'. Punctual and pedantic, he was strict in his religious views and observances. Cheesebrough, John (I11)
 
1054 Went to Canada. Then emigrated to Australia where he married Eliza, when he was a 31 year old labourer and she was 20 years old. Snowdon, William Havard (I587)
 
1055 Went to Gorleston Buley, Amos (I217)
 
1056 Went to India. Smith, George (I1779)
 
1057 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I520)
 
1058 When Percy came back from the First World War they took a rented house in Bradford (50 Victor Road, Manningham) and where his father lived. Jenny did the housekeeping and Percy spent the week in London where he was rumoured to have a second establishment, coming back at weekends. This lasted till WGD's stroke in 1936 when 50 Victor Road was closed down and Percy and Jenny went to live in a residential hotel in Reigate until Percy's death in 1938. Dawson, Percival William (I76)
 
1059 While documents have been found at Well signed by the daughters of the Lord of the Manor, the Misses Strangeway, by a cross as 'their mark', the daughters of John signed their own names with a clear scholarly hand. The women of the family were obviously accomplished when scholarship was a rare attainment even in families of better circumstance than they. Kirby, Isabella (I30)
 
1060 Will proved 19 February 1846 in London by his son, Peter. Fryer, Peter * (I3860)
 
1061 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1716)
 
1062 Witness at Emma's wedding at Portsea - unmarried. Cornish, Mary Ann (I1262)
 
1063 Witnessed by Bertha Madeline Searle, Charles Henry Fryer. Family F522
 
1064 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1948
 
1065 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1344
 
1066 Witnessed by Fanny Fitchew. Family F884
 
1067 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1343
 
1068 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1724
 
1069 Witnessed by John Challenor, Mary Dixon, Catherine Hobden Dixon, William Dawson. Family F461
 
1070 Witnessed by John Dawson, Fanny Smith, Elizabeth D. Dawson, William G. Dawson. Family F307
 
1071 Witnessed by John Dawson, William G. Dawson, Susanna Dawson, Mary A. B. Sharp Family F309
 
1072 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F648
 
1073 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1341
 
1074 Witnessed by Robert Dawson. Family F649
 
1075 Witnessed by Robert Dawson. Family F649
 
1076 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F635
 
1077 Witnessed by Thomas Young and Jane Harrison. Family F886
 
1078 Witnessed by Thomas Young, Jane Harrison. Family F886
 
1079 Witnessed by William Goodhugh and Sarah Dawson. Family F69
 
1080 Witnesses, John Sandwell, Catirane Soal Family F171
 
1081 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I723)
 
1082 Worked for her aunt and uncle for $1 a week in 1864. Moved to a farm in Algona near Hobart, Iowa in 1875 and was still living there when she died. Smith, Helen Elizabeth (I1073)
 
1083 Worked from 4 Market Street, Faversham, Kent. The shop is now a Chinese restaurant, the China Village, and the 18th century shop front was sold to an American dealer and thence to The Art Institute of Chicago. It has now (1997) been donated back to Faversham and is currently under a tarpaulin in a local builder's yard. John moved to Faversham in 1810, and stood for election as a Liberal Councillor in 1835. Dawson, John (I471)
 
1084 Worked in the lead mines up Gunnerside Gill. His height (6'6") must have been a handicap. On marrying Annas, they established themselves at 'Bent's House' at 'Heights'. Later moved to a better house at the 'Winterings' above Gunnerside village, where he lived until he died. Pratt, William (I479)
 
1085 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2693)
 
1086 Worked with his estate agent uncle David before emigrating to Autralia sometime after 1918. Waterhouse, John Henry (I1340)
 
1087 Working at Vicarage House, Totnes in 1851. Sanders, Eliza (I420)
 
1088 Working for the family of John Bowden in Ipplepen, Devon in 1881. Dawson, Rebecca (I571)
 
1089 Working in domestic service in Horrabridge in 1851. Foot, Sarah (I4737)
 
1090 Youngest son of Augustus and Elvina. Buried in a grave behind that of his parents. Skynner, William Henry (I5389)
 

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