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Descendants of William Walters b 1861 d 1937

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John Report 10 Dec 2011 00:17

For Patchem
Yes. When I knew her she was probably around late 50s or early 60s but being a callow teenager she just appeared to me to be old. I also remember that she left the firm where we worked after I had been there for a couple of years.
I have just found in the 1901 census a family called Walters from Woking Surrey who had two children William aged 6 and Emily aged 5. I am now starting to wonder if this was my Emily. I have a feeling that she may have had a brother.
So they were not the children of my grandfather after all but of some other previously unsuspected branch of the Walters family.
Research continues!
Thanks again to all who have been helping me :-)