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She was baptised Eldrid Johanne Kristinsen.

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BROKENSHIRE MICHAEL BROKENSHIRE, 63, of Lakewood, Ohio; beloved husband of the late Barbara; father of Cassandra; grandfather of Caleb; brother of George and Ruth and the late Marie and Paul. Passed away Thursday, April 12, 2012. Memorials may be forwarded to World Wildlife Fund, 1250 24th Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20090. Funeral service at the funeral home Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 10:30a.m. Interment Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call the BUSCH FUNERAL HOME, 21369 CENTER RIDGE RD., FAIRVIEW PARK, OH on Tuesday, from 2-4 and 7-9p.m. www.buschfuneral.com • 440-333-9774


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Note    N1385         Index
Shw divorced Odd Ivar Lindhand in 2012.

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She came to America in 1888.

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Other than that he died in his infancy, I know nothing about him.

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Note    N1388         Index
According to Helen Dunn, she was born deaf.

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Note    N1390         Index
The information re him and his family comes from his father's will, his will, his wife's will, and the 1911 census.

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There is an Ann Baldwin baptised May 5, 1776 in Sutton under Brailes to William and Margaret Baldwin. This is quite possibly she.

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The Edmund Blawin born to William and Margaret did die in 1790. HOwever, I have to wonder whether there was another one born in 1792. In the 1851 census, this Edmund is living with his older brother William and his sister Anne and her husband Richard Rose in Sanford, Oxfordshire. He was said to have been born in 1792 in Brailes, and his brother William in Barcheston. So, why do I have him dead in 1790? He, William and Anne are living together in South Newington, Oxfordshire in 1861, and he and Ann were still there in 1871. On the other hand, it looks like William Baldwin (who married Margaret Timms) had a brother Edmund, so it is quite possibly his son.

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I added this son because in the 1851 census, He is shown as a brother-in-law, living with his sister Kezia and her husband (also her cousin) William Timms, in Ascot. As weel, he is mentioned in his father's will of 1843. He does not appear to have married.

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She was living at home in 1891 and was a school mistress.

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She was lving at home in 1891 and was a dressmaker.

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He was living at home in 1891 and was a tailor.

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He was living at home in 1891 and was a baker.

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Her name is somtimes "Heasley" and sometimes "Hazley".