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Trying to find Riley
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|Vera||Report||27 Dec 2012 08:10|
This is an old thread Michael.......the person might not be on GR now. You could click on his name and send a message, just in case .
|Charles||Report||15 Jan 2003 23:14|
Trying to find descendants of (Dr) Joseph St Patrick RILEY (1842-97), a Salford surgeon. He married Emily Beazeley. Five children survived infancy: Ethel Louise Riley(b. circa 1874, married Thomas Watson), Gertrude E.Riley (b. circa 1875), Katherine Dora Riley (1876-1931, known as Dora), Charles Beckwith Riley (b.1878), Leonard Riley (b.1883, married Lillian May Roberts in 1912 at Salford). More detailed information on request. Thanks Charles Riley Buckinghamshire England