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Re: How about a Frances Francome?
Posted by: jan southey (ID *****2183) Date: February 24, 2004 at 04:05:30
In Reply to: Re: How about a Frances Francome? by Mary E. Lea-Bannister of 15

Hello Mary.
Thankyou for your kind word's.You are right about getting comfort from research.
As I said in my mail I have only recently started my Frankham research.
My grandmother's sister Angelina Duckett (known as Minnie)was born c 1899 in Trowbridge Wiltshire.Angelina married Albert Frankum 2nd qu 1919 Chippenham Wilt's.Albert died 10th Dec 1931 age 31yrs.Not sure about Angelina's death date.Both are buried Stratton St Margaret Swindon.
Children of Albert and Angelina.
Mary (b)1919 Stratton St Margaret?. (d)Trowbridge Wilt's 2001 aged 82.Ashes scattered on parent's grave.Stratton St Margaret.
William (known as painter) (b)Stratton St Margaret ?. 1928.Still living Trowbridge Wilt's.
Johnny (b) Stratton St Margaret. 1930. Still living Bradford on Avon Wilt's.
There are strong connection's between Frankham's/ Duckett's/Allen's/Loveridge's/Cockell's/ Elliot's.
Areas Wilts/ Glouc/Hants and other's.
Please get back to me if any of this help's.
Kind regard's.
Jan.


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