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Janet Spencer and Iris Jenkins (D'Arcy)

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Robert Report 22 Apr 2013 19:42

I am seeking a possible cousin Janet Spencer who rang me up in about 1977(?) saying she thought she might be the daughter of my aunt Iris D'Arcy (nee Jenkins). Janet would have been born in the early to mid 1940's and I believe she may have been living in the Chelmsford area when she contacted me.


Reggie Report 22 Apr 2013 22:57

Start by finding accurate birth info......then look on here in 'search all trees'

Or Friends reunited

Why wasn't she sure of whose child she was? Had she been adopted?


Reggie Report 22 Apr 2013 23:07

There is only one birth recorded for the D'arcy/Jenkins marriage

Click ADD REPLY button - not this link!

Click ADD REPLY button - not this link! Report 22 Apr 2013 23:38

I see 2 sons but no daughter. I assume she was born before the marriage if she was born early to mid 40s.



Reggie Report 23 Apr 2013 08:43

Finding a Jenkins/Jenkins birth would be a 'needle in a haystack' task.

You can't even look for her in 'search all trees' as you don't know the forename she was given at birth

You could, of course, look for your aunt's name on here.................