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From: "Karen Francis" <>
Subject: RE: [B&S] William STOCKHAM
Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2006 12:07:51 +0000
I have looked at the entry and, having compared the middle initial with an
entry on the next page (Truro) am also convinced that the letter is a 'T'.
Was this what you wanted it to be, just out of curiosity??
Dr Karen Francis
National Collaborating Centre for Cancer - Researcher
From: "Audrey Du'Mont" <>
Subject: [B&S] William STOCKHAM
Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2006 07:05:53 +0100
Back on the list after about a twelve month break.
Have had a breakthrough this week (after 3 years) with the above man, who as
a widower married my GG-Grandmother in 1899, as I think I've found his
family back to the 1851 census and BMD's back even further.
However, I need one piece of information that would clinch it for me -
William appears on the IGI's 1881 census at this reference RG11 2475 45 15,
with his first wife. Could someone with access to Ancestry's version check
his middle initial and let me know what they think it is. I won't give you
the IGI version, just in case it sways you :-)
Thanks and regards
West of England
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