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Trying to find Nixon
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|Jennifer||Report||5 Jun 2003 01:34|
I am looking for some information about the following people - names found in a newspaper clipping belonging to my great-grandmother. John Nixon (born 1849), his wife Dorothy Jane (born 1846). They had the following children: Robert W (born 1869) John Edwin (born 1872) Emily (born 1876) William (born 1879) Olive (born 1880 - may have married a Samuel Feldon in 1908) Joseph (born 1882) Ethel (born 1885) and Albert V (born 1890). They all lived on Wales Street in Darlington. Any help would be appreciated