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Looking for Jack Guy of the Isle of Wight

Query by greg5702

Looking for information on my grandfather Jack Frederick Clement Guy.
Born June 14th 1897.
Was in the Royal navy during WW 1
Came to South Africa 1920.
Died in South Africa December 2nd 1967

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by SilverVixen on 2012-12-24 13:42:48

Jack Guy, birth registered North Witchford, Cambridgeshire, 1897 Q3 3B 538

in 1901 Uk census living at High Street, Doddington (Isle of Ely), Cambridgeshire
GUY, John head, married, 32 (1869) a Baker, born Benwick, Cambridgeshire

by SilverVixen on 2012-12-24 13:50:47

Sorry typo, will continue
Emma, wife, 29 (1872) born Warboys, Huntingdonshire
Jarvis, son, 9 (1892) School Boy, Ramsey, Huntingdon
Jim, son, 5 (1896) School Boy, Benwick, Cambridge
Jack, son, 3 (1898) Benwick, Cambridge

In 1911 UK census at High Street, Benwick
SAVAGE, Arthur,head married, 24 (1887) Baker, born Benwick
Emmas (Savage) wife, 40 (1871) Assisting in business, born Warboys
Jarvis, stepson, as above, now a Baker
Jim stepson, as above now a Bricklayers Assistant
Jack, stepson, as above now a Shop Boy
Charles,(Guy) stepson, 8 (1903) School, born Benwick
Bert, (Guy) stepson, 5 (1906) School, born Benwick
Phyllis Savage, daughter, 3 (1908) Benwick
Edwin Savage, son, 10 months, (1911) born Benwick

by SilverVixen on 2012-12-24 14:00:56

John Guy married Emma Brand North Witchford, Cambridge, 1892 Q1 3B 725

I have two death for John Guy
John Guy, Wandsworth, London, 1903 Q3 1D 296
John William Guy, Holbeck, Yorkshire, 1902 9B212 aged 32

Emma Mary Guy married Arthur Ernest Savage, North Witchford, 1907, Q4 3B 1353

Mr J F C Guy set sail for South Africa 9 October 1920 from Southampton to Cape, South Africa, on the Llanstephan Castle, he was a "Fitter"

Merry Christmas

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