James George BRANNON 1843

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  1. BernardOC

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    Another Brannon..where I've lost the trail.

    James George Brannon was born 1843 to Parents Thomas Leonard and Katherine in St George in the East.
    I have tracked him from birth up to including the 1881 Census. Here he a Widower and is living in Nottingham Place, Mile End Old Town as Head of Houe with his two children and his Mother and Sister.

    After the 1881 census I can't find any other Census records.

    Previous information indicates that James G Brannon died in West Ham in 1917 (FreeBMD)
     
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    1891 census has his name as Blannon Living Mile End Old Town
    1901 census
    Registration district
    West Ham
    Sub-registration district
    South Leyton
    ED, institution, or vessel
    19
    Piece
    1611
    Folio
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    Page number
    8
    Household schedule number
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    1911 census
    Registration district
    West Ham
    Registration District Number
    188
    Sub-registration district
    South Leyton
    ED, institution, or vessel
    16
    Household schedule number
    273
    Piece
    9621
    Looks like he remarried in 1883 to a Sarah Dreher
     
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    He married Sarah Dreher 17 Sept 1883 at All Saints, Poplar. James George occupation Shipping Foreman, Father Thomas Leonard Brannon, Master Mariner
     
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    Thanks for this info. A great help
     

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