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Norris Pimm 1900 England -1976 Australia
Posted by: Victor Styles (ID *****3876) Date: September 09, 2012 at 08:56:21
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Any information please

Norris Pimm was born at 45 Lincoln Fields, Finchley, London on the 12th of april 1900, he married on the 21st of July 1928 at St Martin Registrar Office, London, he lived at 28 Duke Street, St James, London SW Norris, one of the two sons of James Norris (Noll) and Alice was married on July 21th, 1928 to Valda Adelaide Geissler (1898 - 1987 Bromley Kent England), she was also known as Valda Oswald, in the Registry Office, District of St. Martin, London. Norris Pimm was described as a bachelor employed as a shipping clerk, residing at 47 Duke Street, St. James, London. She was a spinster aged 30, a violinist, of 42 a violinist, of 42 Campayne Gardens, Hampstead, daughter of Oswald Paul Geissler, of independent means.

Norris may have divorced Valda as there is a record that she died in 1987 in Bromley Kent, Norris married again in 1940 to Irene Mary Josephine Jenkins in Hendon Middlesex London, they emigrated to Australia and settled at Eden, Eden Monaro, New South Wales, Australia, this was spotted on their voters list. As far as we know there were no siblings, unless otherwise. On there death certificate is states that Norris father was James Norris Pimm and mother is Alice. I don't have any shipping or emigration information

There is a listing of Valda Adelaide Geissler at the Kew PRO London England but the file states that its closed until 2028

Does anybody have any info in Eden Monaro NSW Australia?



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