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Read about historical events at the time they were happening. Perhaps you'll discover your ancestor in their local newspaper?
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Trying to find Turner
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|Sharon||Report||17 Apr 2006 03:42|
Turner Looking for: Decendents of Albert Samuel Dennis Turner (born 1902/1903) and Mabel Dora Evans (born 1902/1903) married March 27 1926. Witnesses were Charles James Turner either Gr grandfather or cousin and Clifford George Roy Borcham or Boreham. Married Haverstock Hill county of London. Address at the time was 35 Chalk Farm Road (Kentish Town or Camden area) and was operated as a pub. Albert's father was William Albert Turner. Mabel's fahter was George Edward Evans. Albert is the only brother of 3 that I haven't been able to trace. Sharon