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House Through Time - Series 3

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Alan24
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Probably the best series so far.

 

Last night's episode featured THIS MAN and his two brothers in law, all casualties.

 

Haven't found the in-laws yet, will need to watch the programme again for more clues.

 

Regards

 

Alan 

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helpjpl
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1.  Jane Elizabeth Curley married Albert Henry Kew at St Mary Redcliffe on 26 September 1914.

 

2.  Esther Emily Curley married William Charles Dingle. Their first child Kathleen was born in 1914:

From ancestry:

1885804502_Dingle1914.jpg.3806e1ce6b48b7d19d4c0cdb9074a27b.jpg

 

CWGC:

https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/1629977/dingle,-william-c./

 

3.  Rosina Ellen Curley married William Henry Batten in 1916. Their son William George was born in 1917.

From ancestry:

1395999464_Batten1917.jpg.614840b084c70752220ed8811e735980.jpg

 

CWGC:

https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/874351/batten,-william-henry/

 

JP

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Alan24

Thanks JP for completing the trio.

 

I wasn't sure if they were actually all at No. 10...but it seems they were. 

 

Regards

 

Alan.

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