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Re: Henry Douglas Kewley
Posted by: Debbie Rees (ID *****5779) Date: April 29, 2012 at 12:43:47
In Reply to: Re: Henry Douglas Kewley by Edith Young of 213

Hi Edith,
Just spent some time going through all the information I have.
Firstly, I have letters from Isabella Kewley sent to her sister Jessie Kewley Ross, sent from 72 Broughton St., also letters from a Lizzie sent to Gladys Ross (they were cousins).The letter encloses photos of baby James. Gladys is the daughter of Jessie, my great aunt who died about 30 years ago.
I also have photographs of Isabella's gravestone, also a photograph of the gravestone of John D.D. Turner killed in France aged 23, and Henry K. Turner died 29th October 1923 aged 24 years.
The writ that I have, was from Elizabeth Kewley Turner -Against Mrs Margaret Kewley Gilchrist, Andrew Kewley and Isabella Kewley, for the care of Henry Douglas Kewley and Hilda Adelaide Kewley after the death of their father Henry Lawson Kewley (Master shoemaker), killed by a car on 26th Feb 1938.

I guess you probably know most of this information, I am absolutely fascinated. Anyway, look forward to hearing from you and as said previously, very happy to forward to you anything that I have to help piece the jigsaw together.
Best regards

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