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Remembered Today:

ADA KAY


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I could swear that this lass has been mentioned on the Forum in the past but I cannot find her , she is on the memorial at St James Thornham and I would like to find a bit more on her. Help . Ralph

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Ralph

Your memory is correct:

 

 

 

Dave

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I found the links by googling 'Ada Kay Great War Forum'.

Dave

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Any ideas as to where she was born ? anyone.

David Winterbottom has been researching the local church memorial and is of the opinion that Ada’s father was a widower in the 1911 Census with 6 daughters, including an Ada Kay (aged 17) - four of whom had been born in Wigan. The father’s birthplace was Thornham, Royton. Ada died in 1924 - a little late to be considered "war dead".

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