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Lily Banham Bromley Kent UK

Query by uklady

Hi... I am researching my partners family tree... BANHAM.. His G.Grandfather as Walter Banham..Born in Thetford Nofolk..but settled in Bromley Kent UK..The cenus of 1891 states he was married with one child "Lily Banham"...come the 1901census he now has 2 children...Lily and Harold..his Grandfather...The promblem arises..from the fact that Lily Banham, has never been mentioned either by his G.Grandfather, Grandfather.. or Father... So where did she go and what happened to her? If there is anyone out there who could help I would be greatful. Thank you...

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on 2012-04-01 09:51:09

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by SilverVixen on 2012-04-01 10:40:17

IN 1911 census she is still with her parents and brother living at South Hill Wood, Tootswood Road, Bromley, Kent: she is a 22 year old Domestic Housemaid. A Lily H E Banham married in 1915 in Bromley, Kent, her husband was Albert E Jackson: they married in Quarter 2 volume 2A page 1546

by SilverVixen on 2012-04-01 10:55:31

There is the death of a Lily Jackson aged 69 in 1960 Bromley, Kent, Quarter 1 Volume 5B page 240. Looks like she had children: Revina M Jackson 1915 Bromley, Kent Q3 2a 930 : Harold A A Jackson 1916 Bromley, Kent, Q4 2A 859. Revina married Charles T Grover 1934, London Q3 1D 2719 and they had children ; Sidney C Grover 1935 Greenwich, London: Patricia M 1937 Greenwich, London : Sandra M 1945 Greenwich, London

by LeoRoverman on 2012-09-11 17:18:11

Hi UK Lady, I posted a few days ago saying that my Albert EDWARD Jackson was the person involved. I have asked for the wedding certificate and have found a discrepancy. It would seem that the Albert Edward in question was not always that name. in the 1881, 1891 census he is only named Albert and is the son of a Richard Jackson. Also his date of Birth is abt 1880- mine would be approx 1892. However thqt being the only A.E. Jackson to be married in Bromley at that time is what stuck the spanner in the works. Incidentally Richard is also a familial name with mine-though earlier, so It could be a different branch.

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