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1841 Census
1841 Census
Enumerators page of the 1841 census of Sawston showing Sarah Griggs living with Thomas Dean after the transportation of her husband James. Hannah is not with them.

Sarah was mother-in-law of William Turner b 1830 
 
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1841 census Hetton-le-Hole
1841 census Hetton-le-Hole
Enumerators Page from the 1841 census of Hetton-le-Hole showing Ann Newton-nee Watson with her five children. She is shown to be of independent means. George Newton her husband had died recently. 
 
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1841 Census of Stapleford
1841 Census of Stapleford
Page from the enumerators book of the 1841 census of England showing Ann Turner in Stapleford with her four sons William,Edward,Charles and Thomas.Thomas senior had died in 1839. 
 
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1891 census page
1891 census page
1891 census of Middlesbrough showing Michael Gent (tailor) and his family 
 
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Article from The Handbook of Genetic Counselling/Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
Article from The Handbook of Genetic Counselling/Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
 
 
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Baptism Record of James/Jimmy Fletcher b 1787
Baptism Record of James/Jimmy Fletcher b 1787
Page from the Baptism Book of St Peter's Church,Burnley,Lancashire 
 
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Baptism Record of Sarah Fletcher b 1803
Baptism Record of Sarah Fletcher b 1803
The record of baptism at St Peter's Church,Burnley for Sarah Fletcher born 1803 to Adam Fletcher and Mary Walmesley 
 
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Baptism Records for Robert and Ann Fletcher
Baptism Records for Robert and Ann Fletcher
The Baptism Record at St Peter's Church.Burnley for the baptism of Robert and Ann,children of Robert Fletcher 1764 and Alice Riley 
 
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Definition of quadroon
Definition of quadroon
 
 
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Entry in the Baptism Book of St Peter's Church,Burnley
Entry in the Baptism Book of St Peter's Church,Burnley
The Baptism Record of John Fletcher born 1737. 
 
11
Flying Bombs on Beckenham
Flying Bombs on Beckenham
Pat and Rosalie Turner were too young to appreciate the danger posed by flying bombs and on an occasion when Pat was on a bus to visit the Odeon cinema in Beckenham she was astounded to see her mother cycling wildly behind the bus after her. This was because a flying bomb was overhead and the engine had just cut out.

Subsequently Pat and her friends developed a game where they would walk to Beckenham town centre via the road shelters en route to see how far they could get without being caught in the open when a doodlebug bug engine cut out.  
 
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Hannah Griggs with her mother and stepfather in Stapleford in the 1851 census
Hannah Griggs with her mother and stepfather in Stapleford in the 1851 census
Hannah's father James Griggs had been transported to Australia and her mother Sarag Griggs married Thomas Dean in 1843. Hannah later married William Turner 
 
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James with wife Ellen,Father John and son William living in Peter Street,Burnley in 1851
James with wife Ellen,Father John and son William living in Peter Street,Burnley in 1851
 
 
14 JohnFxMaryWhitakermarriage.JPG
 
 
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Marriage Certificate
Marriage Certificate
The Marriage of William Fletcher and Adelaide Beer
in Bombay in 1907 
 
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Page from enumerators book of the 1891 census
Page from enumerators book of the 1891 census
John George Newton and his family at Birtley in 1891 
 
17 REGISTRATION APPLICATION FORM
 
 
18 the disability handbook.pdf
 
 
19 The East Sussex Wheelchair Service Registration 2[1].doc
 
 
20
The Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Classic Type
The Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Classic Type
 
 
21
The Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Hypermobility Type
The Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Hypermobility Type
 
 
22
The Marriage of John Fletcher and Mary Whitaker
The Marriage of John Fletcher and Mary Whitaker
Entry in the Parish Records of St Peter's Church,Burnley for the marriage of John Fletcher and Mary Whitaker in 1759 
 
23 thumb_1841 ann newton.jpg
 
 
24 thumb_1851 census-James ch 1824.jpg
 
 
25 thumb_airraid warden's form.jpg
 
 
26 thumb_Baptism of Jimmy Fletcher 1788.JPG
 
 
27 thumb_Baptism of Robert and Ann(Robert & Alice).JPG
 
 
28 thumb_Baptism of Sarah 1804(Adam and Mary).JPG
 
 
29 thumb_Hannah Griggs and mother Sarah in 1851 census.jpg
 
 
30 thumb_John 1737.JPG
 
 
31 thumb_john george in 1891.jpg
 
 
32 thumb_JohnFxMaryWhitakermarriage.JPG
 
 
33 thumb_michael gent 1857.jpg
 
 
34 thumb_pdf.jpg
 
 
35 thumb_sarah griggs 1841.jpg
 
 
36 thumb_socialsecurity.jpg
 
 
37 thumb_William and Adelaide marriage.JPG
 
 
38 thumb_William Turner 1830 in Stapleford 1841.jpg
 
 
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World War 2 Air Raid Warden's Form
World War 2 Air Raid Warden's Form
William Edward Turner 1902-1981 was graded as unfit for service in the armed forces but instead he was a firewatcher at his London shop premises and as air raid warden at home in Beckenham.

As an air raid warden he patrolled his allocated patch,knocking up householders if their blackout was faulty,helping to dig out those buried in the debris and extinguishing the smaller fires. One main job was to observe and report back to headquarters using the air raid warden's forms.

His local air raid warden's post was three doors away from 113 Stanhope Grove in a re-inforced concrete hut just inside the gates of the Eden Park Recreation Ground. Like all Air Raid Warden's Posts it had a Gas Attack detector just outside. 
 

  

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