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Re: Lily & Emily Yarrington, early 1900s, Worcester, Mass
Posted by: Helen Smith (ID *****4594) Date: November 19, 2012 at 12:57:27
In Reply to: Lily & Emily Yarrington, early 1900s, Worcester, Mass by Maureen Price of 183

Lily Williams nee Yarrington had 5 children:Doris Lilian(1898 - 1988);Evelina May (1899 - 1973);Ivy Milly(1902 - 1991);Reginald Alfred (1912 - 1986) and John T (1916 - ?)
Doris Lilian married 3 times - first to Cedric Humprhries in Kidderminster,Worcestershire,England in 1919. Then to Charles F Bowers in Peterborough,New Hampshire 15 May 1937 and finally to Benjamin Meyer in San Diego City on 27 Jan 1970.She died on 5 Dec 1988 in Worcester Mass. I haven't found any children. Ivy Milly married Joshua Taylor and they had at least one child - William born about 1931 in Worcester Mass. Evelina married Horace Clifford Brothers and they had 1 son at least - Edward C born about 1932, also in Worcester,Mass. Reginald wasn't married in 1943, but I know no more.I got all this from ancestry and it is about as far as I have got with my search. I was trying to find when Lily nee Yarrington died, but so far no luck.
Best wishes,Helen


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