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Re: BRANTON's from Hull, Yorkshire 1800's
Posted by: Debbie Sontag Date: June 26, 2001 at 17:06:30
In Reply to: Re: BRANTON's from Hull, Yorkshire 1800's by Keith Branton of 286

Hi Keith,
I do have an Albert, as a son of John, but according to the electoral role of April 30th, 1891 he was born in 1900. An uncle tells me he married a woman named Alice, who later became hospitalised in an institution for the mentally ill. Albert went by the name of Tim and lived in Hull on Albert Street. He fuelled vehicles for a while and was a rat exterminator as well. It would appear we do not have a common link, but thank you so much for responding. Perhaps your Albert was born to a brother of my John Branton born 1856?
Good Luck.


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