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Re: Mariner
Posted by: Pat Sheldon (ID *****5453) Date: April 07, 2008 at 06:43:13
In Reply to: Mariner by Bert Seabrooke of 504

Hi,
Just started SEABROOKe. I have MAY SEABROOKE B.1884 West Derby L'pool. mother MARY SEABROOKE - Schoolmistress living at 25 Spellow Lane Walton. The fathers name appears to have been struck through but might be ROBERT GLISTER no profession added.

When May married in 1905 aged 21 no mention on the certificate of her father. She had been adopted by JOHN GRAINGER living in Codnor Derbyshire where she married.

Mary was born c.1853 and I wonder if it is possible she is the daughter of Mary Ann McMullen?

Thanks.
Pat Sheldon.


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