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caiosha Report 19 Aug 2012 12:04

Thank you Flip that is very helpful it is very kind of you to take the time to help me.


Flip Report 19 Aug 2012 13:15

You're welcome.

Were your grandparents catholic? It's just it would explain why no divorce - you got ex-communicated for that!

The Annie Beryl King I posted earlier in the thread married Percy Curtis on 11/8/1914 at Walworth All Saints, her father was Thomas - she was on the 1911 census as Anne Beryl King. So it seems she changed between Ann/Anne/Annie, all interchangable of course. Her mother on the census was Eliza Ann, who I think married Thomas King in 1883 maiden name Haynes, they had 13 children 6 of them were still alive in 1911.

Added: problem is there are too many Curtis/King children to identify if they had any. Otherwise it may have been worth your while trying to tract them down to see if any still alive to fill in the missing years.


caiosha Report 19 Aug 2012 14:32

Thank you Flip i am really grateful for any info , it is very kind of you to help me


caiosha Report 19 Aug 2012 14:44

Hi Flip,
No they weren't catholic he just left Swansea and we never heard anything more from him . It was on my grandmother's death certificate that she was a widow when she died as she died a few years after this she must of been aware he died . But he was not mentioned by my family again . It was only a few months ago I found his death and sent away to get a copy . He and Ann were together a long time as they are recorded as living in Ducie Street Lambeth from 1949-1958 and then in 426 lordship lane tottenham 1958 -1969 when he died . Many thanks to you again I am grateful to you and everyone who has posted answers


Peter Report 19 Aug 2012 17:45

I believe the death of Annie Beryl Pile in Norfolk, found by Flip, is that of the Ann(e) Beryl Pile who registered your grandfather's death in 1969. One of Anne's children moved to Norfolk............ Anne Beryl Pile herself was born in Lambeth where your grandfather and Annie also lived 1949-1958................ One of Annie's grandchildren married in Haringey. I think its too much to put down to coincidence don't you? Suggest you buy Annie's death certificate when you can afford it, you will then have the name and address of the person, probably a relative, who registered her death. You will be able to learn more about your grandfather's life by tracing that person and/or his family

Good luck,


caiosha Report 19 Aug 2012 18:15

HI peter thanks very much this is fantastic news will get on it right away , I am so glad I didn't give up thought I would never find her ! You are a STAR a million thank yous