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Marmaduke Seaman - more info needed

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GlitterBaby

GlitterBaby Report 29 Apr 2013 22:06

Going to take a lot of certs to prove all this

alviegal

alviegal Report 29 Apr 2013 22:07


1901 census transcription details for: 57, City Road, Norwich
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National Archive Reference:
RG number: RG13
Piece: 1847
Folio: 120
Page: 14
Reg. District: Norwich
Sub District: West Wymer
Parish: Norwich
Enum. District: 40
Ecclesiastical District: St Marks Lakenham
City/Municipal Borough:
Address: 57, City Road, Norwich
County: Norfolk
Name Relation Condition Sex Age Birth Year Occupation , Disability Where Born
SEAMAN, William Head Married M 50 1851 Mechanical Engineer
Norwich, Norfolk
SEAMAN, Catherine Wife Married F 40 1861
Trowse, Norfolk
SEAMAN, Marmaduke Son Single M 17 1884 Mechanical Engineer
Poringland, Norfolk
SEAMAN, Mabel Daughter Single F 16 1885
Poringland, Norfolk
SEAMAN, Alfred Son Single M 15 1886
Poringland, Norfolk

alviegal

alviegal Report 29 Apr 2013 22:27

Marjorie Amy Gifford in 1911.


1911 census transcription details for: Edward Vii P H Albert Road Chatham
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National Archive Reference:

RG14PN3921 RG78PN149 RD47 SD1 ED37 SN235
Reg. District: Medway
Sub District: Rochester and Chatham
Parish: Chatham
Enum. District: 37
Address: Edward Vii P H Albert Road Chatham
County: Kent
Name Relation Condition/
Yrs married Sex Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born
, Alexandern Head Married M 50 1861 Licensed Victualler Parish of Chatham Kent
, Ana Eliza Wife Married
28 years F 46 1865 Assisting In Business Rochester Kent
, Marjorie Amy Daughter Single F 21 1890 Assisting In Business Chatham Kent
, Alexander Alfred Son Single M 15 1896 School Chatham Kent
YADHURST, Mabel Annie Granddaughter F 6 1905 School Chatham Kent
PAYNE, Henry Richard Servant Widow F 51 1860 Potman Rochester Kent
WEST, Ethel Maud Servant Single F 22 1889 General Servant Domestic Chatham Kent
FRECH, Eliza Ann Visitor Single F 56 1855 Nurse Sick Chatham Kent

Michael

Michael Report 29 Apr 2013 22:29

Thanks everyone!

I am about to order the death certificate for Marmaduke. I was hoping to ask if I should order his Death certificate "For events registered in England and Wales" or "For overseas events which were registered with the British authorities" as I'm still unclear exactly where he did die and have been thrown off a bit by the information he is in a war grave.

Thanks! :)

SylviaInCanada

SylviaInCanada Report 29 Apr 2013 22:48

His death is registered in England ........ so I would get that one

Michael

Michael Report 29 Apr 2013 22:49

Thanks, will do :)

You've all been a great help, thank you again.

SylviaInCanada

SylviaInCanada Report 29 Apr 2013 23:11

you are very welcome!

alviegal

alviegal Report 1 May 2013 11:23

Hi Michael,

Re ' I'm still unclear exactly where he did die and have been thrown off a bit by the information he is in a war grave.'

He is buried in Cemetery
BIXLEY (ST. WANDREGESILUS) CHURCHYARD

according to Christina's post from the CWGC.

My great uncle also had me wondering as he was on the CWGC register but was buried in his local cemetery.

He sustained injuries whilst fighting and was sent home to be with his family. he died a few months afterwards in 1915.

Perhaps Marmaduke was also injured in battle and sent home to be with his family?

Liz

Michael

Michael Report 1 May 2013 13:32

That's a very good thought, perhaps so. I'm awaiting his death certificate at the moment so hopefully that will also add some more information.

Thanks again.