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Francis Ward

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Francis Report 13 Apr 2004 14:59

Trying to find information on William Hellewell born 1829 he died approx 1873 at the age of 44 years. He had three daughters, Miranda, (Louisa, my grandmother) and Salina. Miranda 8, Salina 1 died within a day of each other and buried to-gether on the same day. Their mother (my great grandmother) was called Frances nee Wyrill known as Fanny. Williams occupation was first Stone Mason Labourer the Stone Mason. The Hellewells lived at Lower Green Baildon, Bradford, West Yorkshire and Interned Lower Green Cemetery, Lower baildon. Regards Frank