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Re: Doing family tree for mother in law, originates from Phare Family
Posted by: Kath (ID *****7110) Date: August 01, 2011 at 03:50:29
In Reply to: Doing family tree for mother in law, originates from Phare Family by Kerrie Vella of 35

You may find the site and the 1901 census useful to progress to the next stage. Also, you may need to purchase some birth and/or marriage certificates because Gladys' father was called John and there are quite a number of John Phare's so you'll need to be sure of getting the right one! It's then a case of working backward using 1891, 1881 etc. census and birth and marriage records.

I am not directly related to Gladys but my own Phare family tree does show:-
Gladys Maud Phare's birth registered in Stoke Damerel (very close to Devonport area) in Sept 1896 - this indicates she was born in July, Aug or Sep 1896.

The 1901 census (RG13, Piece: 2112, Folio: 69; Page: 26)shows Gladys living at 30 Hawthorn Grove, Devonport, Devon. Her father was John Phare b abt 1858 in Tavistock, Devon. Her mother was Kate b abt 1858 in Liskeard, Cornwall. Her siblings were John b abt 1887, Ada B b abt 1889, Rosetta b 1895, Cecilia Emily b 1897 and Hilda Alberta b 1893.

Gladys married Joseph Hartwell, the marriage was registered in Sept 1915 in Devonport.
I believe Gladys and Joseph may have had 10 children (9 girls and 1 boy) but am not sure of that.

Hope this helps and good luck.

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