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birth records- no name given, just female

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lilyann

lilyann Report 7 Apr 2013 14:44

Thank you,

Lilyann

~~ Jules in Wiltshire~~

~~ Jules in Wiltshire~~ Report 7 Apr 2013 14:22

The child my have died soon after birth or the parents just may have not decided on a name...

Jules..

lilyann

lilyann Report 7 Apr 2013 14:18

I've been looking for births, for our tree and one entry that came up was recorded as surname and no christian name, just female, mothers maiden name and the book entry no.s. Any suggestions as to the reason for this, I thought it may have been that the child had passed away,have not found conformation of this, Many thanks.