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The British Newspaper Archive
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 Bane
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|Patricia||Report||3 Jun 2003 22:19|
My maiden name was Bane. My father was William Bane, and his mother was Edith Bane. Her father was David Bane, a fisherman/railway worker from Gorleston/Great Yarmouth. His father was George Bane, and agricultural labourer. He was married to Susan Watson who was born in 1828 in East Ruston Norfolk. George Bane's parents were Benjamin Bane and Elizabeth Bane. He was a shoemaker and born around 1800. If you have any information regarding any of the above I would be pleased to hear from you.