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Trying to find Dawkins
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|Brian||Report||20 Dec 2005 18:02|
I am looking for ancestors of James Taylor Dawkins born 1827, in St Pancras, London. married Mary Stone b 1833, in St Pancras. They were married 14 Sep 1852 in St Marylebone, London. James died Dec qtr 1910. Mary died Mar qtr 1906. James's father was James Dawkins c1800. Mary's father was John Stone c1800. One of James's sons was Archibald Horace b 1862, married Kate Ellen Hall, they had many children, as follows. Archibald 1890, Charles 1892, Percy 1896, Albert 1899, Charlott 1894, Bessie 1900, James, William , Archibald Horace, Queenie, Lilian, Isobel Mary 1909-1982, Alice, Dorothy.