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I am struggling to trawl through...
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|Abigail||Report||1 Jun 2005 16:48|
All the Henry, James, Peter and James Peter entries in the system under the Martin surname. I spoke to a lady sometime ago who may have had connections to Fleetwood and I would really like to talk to her again as I have some more information. I think James/Peter/james Peter Martin may have died in Chorley in hospital and was still buried in Fleetwood. I would just like to check if he already 'belongs' to anyone before I order this death certificate to find out his wife's name. This will either confirm or discount him for me. If anyone has any info or you are the lady please talk to me again! Thanks Abigail