Discussion in 'Leicestershire' started by mugwortismy cat, Jul 11, 2018.
Thank you for looking
i'm assuming the feminine version is Anna, another member of the family was called Marie and married a Maria
And just for good measure I came across a lady called Ferdinand the other day, not the name she was born with, but she chose it, she was a motor mechanic in 1939
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all those images are just indexes no birth or relatives however the 1911
A.Just patient age 45 married bottle wrapper from Shoreditch and address is
Lunatic Asylum Claybury Woodford Bridge Essex
Thank you ladies
I could find nothing on Cornelius either but there is a private tree on Anc which has photos of a Kornelis de Jongh, it gives a dob as 28/5/1856 and a death date 13/9/1927
the tree owner has a Dutch sounding name
this could be him on the Mauritania 16/11/1912 going from Liverpool to New York
Ah, that does seems possible, thank you
I have found the Settlement/Relief Records on Ancestry for Alice Just when she was sent to Claybury in 1899. They don't make easy reading, but it does say she was 'supposedly' suffering from epilepsy. Do you want to see them?
Have sent them
Thank you, feel so sorry for her
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