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Note    N1537         Index
He is a RMT in Lexington, Virginia.

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Note    N1538         Index
He seems to be a builder, in Lexington, Virginia. He may be married to a Cynthia Atkins.

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Note    N1539         Index
Arthur was living with his father and step-mother in the 1901 census in Shadwell, London and was a law stationer's assistant (I am not sure what that is). I found him in the 1911 census, where he is still a law stationer. He says that he was born at Mile End, London.. They were living at Low Layton, Essex that year.

In the 1934 electoral registers, he, his wife, daughter, and William Thomas Bryant were living in Hackney at 102 Gelsdon Road. I expect that William was his brother, but perhaps not. By 1935, Arthur was no longer there and there were three other people living there: Emily and Florence Ford, and Charles Hawkins.

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Note    N1540         Index
He does not seem to have had any children. I say that as in the 1911 census, his wife was shown to have had 0 children, and she was 36 years old. Who knows after that though?

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Note    N1541         Index
He and Sarah do not seem to have had any children, at least before the 1911 census, when his wife was shown as having had 0 children born to her. He was a superintendent at Singers in the 1901 Census. He and Louisa were living in Bethnal Green. By 1911, he was a branch manager of a sewing machine company - probably Singers.


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Note    N1542         Index
I have some major concerns re his spouse and their marriage. I may well have the wrong Chalres Arthur.

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Note    N1543         Index
In the electoral registers, her name is Louisa Ada, and not Louisa Ann.

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Note    N1544         Index
By 1939, she and her mother and uncle(?) were living at 15 Birkbeck Road, Hornsey. As she was then 33 years old, she may nver have married.

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Obituary of Merle Kennedy
KENNEDY " It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our Mum, Grandma and Grandy, Merle Kennedy on Monday, January 19th, 2009, four days short of her 86th birthday. Merle is predeceased by her parents, Adolph and Sarah Miller; her childrens father, Charles Kennedy, as well as her beloved pets, Arnold and Molly. Merle is survived by her loving children: Lea Kennedy, Lorne Kennedy and Mary-Lyn Kennedy (Brian Schaeffer), all of Regina, SK; three granddaughters: Jennifer Hughes of Regina, SK, Shae Melnychuk (Larry) of St. Catharines, ON, and Fiona Young (Mac) of Scotland; two great-granddaughters: Kate and Hailey Hughes; and close friend, Michelle Reaveley. Merle touched the lives of many as a confidante, mentor, surrogate mother and friend. We have been truly blessed to be a part of her life. The family wishes to thank Dr. Caughlin, Dr. Abdulla and Dr. Duffy. A Celebration of Merles Life will be held on Friday, January 23rd at 1:00 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel, 2136 College Avenue, Regina. Flowers gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations, in memoriam, to the Regina Humane Society, P.O. Box 3143, Regina, SK S4P 3G7. An online book of condolences may be signed at www.speersfuneralchapel.com


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Note    N1548         Index
In the 1962 Voter's Liat, she and David were living at 738 Jervis Street, Vancouver. She was listed as Mrs. Verona N. Downton. There was a Margaret Murphy living there as well.

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Note    N1549         Index
In the 1841 census he is listed as a carpenter. Three children - Elizbeth, Richard, and Chalotte - are stil lving at home with him and his wife Ann as well in Sutton uner Brailes.