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Note    N1231         Index
As per research done by Helen Dunn, this family was living at 6 Church Street Lane, Warrenpoint at the time of the 1911 census.

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Note    N1232         Index
The witness was a Rev. J. Kerr.

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Note    N1233         Index
He is one of the children listed in the 1861 census.

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Note    N1234         Index
The marriage witnesses were James Brown and John Talbot.

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Note    N1235         Index
The info re her comes from the 1920 census when she was living with her daugther and grandson, who seems to have been named after his maternal grandfather. In 1922, she was living at 100 MIlford Av. She was still alive in 1927 as I found her in a city directory for Newark that year.

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Note    N1236         Index
She was an assistant school mistress in 1881 in Walthamstow, Essex.

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Note    N1237         Index
She was a pupil teacher in 1881.

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Note    N1238         Index
He was a house painter in 1881. I cannot find him after that, so I am guessing that he died or immigrated somewhere.

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Note    N1240         Index
His WWI attestation from February 23, 1916 shows his mother as Sarah. He was living at Elbow River and RR#2 in Calgary. He and Winnifred separated in 1939 but divocred later on.

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Note    N1241         Index
At age 17 in the 1880 census, he was a clerk in a trunk store. There is a William Kennedy in the 1895 census for Newark. He is living with Jane Kennedy who is listed first, so I am guessing that it is he and his mother. They are in the 2nd district, 7th ward.

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Note    N1242         Index
At age 22 in the 1880 census, he worked in a sewing machine factory. I finally found him in 1900, 1910, and 1920 censuses, which is why I said he died after 1920.

His marriage certificate has been posted online. It shows him living at 158 James Street, Newark when he married. He is said to be a merchant. His parents are correctly noted. His wife was 5 years younger and was born in Ireland.


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Note    N1243         Index
When he registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 181 Sussex Avenue, Newark. He listed his mother as his next of kin. He was a stenographer working at the Public Service Electric Company.

In 1920, he was lving with both parents and was a private secretary.

In the 1940 census, he was living with his 80 year old mother Anna, and no one else, at 181 Sussex Avenue, Newark. He was an accountant in retail business. He was listed as single and since no wife was listed, he likely never married.

His month and year of death come from the SSDI.

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Note    N1244         Index
He and his sister Mary were baptised on the same day so I assume that they were twins.

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Note    N1245         Index
The witnesses were Jane Ruby(?) and Walter Webb.

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Note    N1246         Index
The death registration for Thomas Ernest says that he died in the Shaunessy Hospital in Vamcouver. He had lived 63 years in the province. That means that he had lived there since 1910. The death registration was signed by his wife Marie. He cremated at the GfGden