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Trying to find Arlott
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|Carol||Report||12 Mar 2006 20:12|
Hi I am trying to find information about my grandmother who was Frances Alice Arlott, probably born around 1897. She died in 1960 age 63 years. I believe she was adopted. She married William Pearson (in Lymm Cheshire probably) before, during or after 1st World War . Her eldest child was born in 1921 (my father). Carol Update I have found my Granny and relatives in USA and Oz. i have been unable to find her adoptive family as yet though. He was called Peter Moore, they must have been in, or come to Lymm at some point after 1901 census though i havn't found them yet. If anyone knows anything about this connection....................hearsy, family anecdotes then please let me knwo. thanks Carol