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    Jean d commented  · 

    Consume more dates

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    Jean d commented  · 

    Thanks for Sunderland information. I am descended from 3 lines that ran through Sunderland - Alderman John Coates (late 19th c.); The Chickens - Engineers at Monkwearmouth Pit ~1840; the Burlinson engineering line with Victorian foundries and engine works, staith design and manufacturers, etc.

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    Can any one recall a death of Maureen Hampton. Found on Bursledon railway line. Making her way back to Coldeast hospital. This could have taken place many years ago. I Read a story. I worked there for 24yrs but cannot recall the lady. Possibly too far back to remember

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    Walter was born in Highworth, lived in Barrow in Furness during the First World War, and then in Nottingham for some years after until I presume he and wife Jessie Witts retired in Swindon. His father was Joseph Parfitt, 1846-1925. Looking for contacts with information about Walter and his family.

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