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Trying to find Ellins
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|Donna Maria||Report||31 May 2004 08:38|
I am trying to trace my husbands grandmother's family. Laura A. Ellins was born in 1890 in Hunslet, Leeds. She married William King in 1915 at St Peter with St Cuthbert Church in Hunslet Moor, Leeds and produced three children, Haryy, Jack and my husband's mother May. May married Michael Noble in 1947 at St. Mathias'Church in Burnley and their union produced two sons, Richard Granville Noble and Gregory (Nick) Nicholas Noble, my husband. I would be most grateful if someone could give me any further details of Laura's family. My husband attended Laura's funeral in 1978/79/80.