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Trying to find Rawlings
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|Julie||Report||27 Apr 2006 21:18|
I am trying to find any information regarding my great-grandfather, Thomas David RAWLINGS (known as Tom). I believe that he was born c1888 in Apethorpe, Northamptonshire. He married Edith Emma PILE (known as Edie) in 1912 in Folkingham, Linconshire and they had one son, David Cecil RAWLINGS, born in Folkingham in August 1913. I believe that Tom RAWLINGS was a postman at this time and may have continued this profession in the Sleaford area of Lincolnshire c1916 onwards. He may have taken up another profession and/or remarried. I would appreciate any information anyone could give me regarding Tom or Edie.