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Looking for Alfred Oxer from England

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Trying to find any information about my Grandfather Alfred Oxer .
Born about 1877 in Yorkshire England,he married Mary Ellen Brown in 1901 in the parish of EcclesallBierlow ,Sheffield.
My grandfather had a family of five children ,he was lastknown living in Tamworth , Staffordshire in 1912 , this was where his wife Mary Ellen sadly died at the age of 35, her youngest son also called Alfred was only 4 months old at that time,[ he was my father ]
My grandfather disapeared shortly after this time and all his family were placed in to a care home,i did have some information that my grandfather remarried again and had 2 more daughters.
Despite searches much to my disapointment ,i have still not been able to find him.
Could anyone help please.

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by Nanju Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2011-08-20 04:35:22

Nanju has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2011. is researching the following names: OXER.

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by eastville on 2011-08-21 04:16:38

There is a marriage for Alfred Oxer to a Frances E Buckley in December quarter 1934 in Newcastle Under Lyne, Staffordshire.

They had two daughters Constance in June Quarter 1935 and June in September quarter 1942, both registered in Newcastle Under Lyme.

Regards

Stephen Smith

by Nanju on 2011-08-21 09:52:55

Thank you for your information Stephen,i allready have it.
Alfred Oxer and Frances E Buckley, were my parents.
The Alfred that iam trying to find was my fathers father, re my message .

by markav on 2011-08-22 07:07:24

Hi I expect you have already thought of this but have gone down your dads sister winifred Ellens line she married frederick cheethem in 1930 in ecclesall bierlow they had a daughter ellen r born 1932 in sheffield she married arthur murr in 1955 in sheffield they had a son andrew d born 1955 and daughter julie e in 1959 both in sheffield may be able to find them maybe they might know something that might help good luck!

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