Looking for any info on Ellen Ruth Elcombe, Nee Lambert. married to William George Elcombe. Ellen died 1897 in Jamaica of yellow fever, and buried at Up Park cemetery. William was a soldier with the RAMC, based in Kingston Jamaica. Why was Ellen in Jamaic :: FamilyTreeCircles.com Genealogy
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Looking for any info on Ellen Ruth Elcombe, Nee Lambert. married to William George Elcombe. Ellen died 1897 in Jamaica of yellow fever, and buried at Up Park cemetery. William was a soldier with the RAMC, based in Kingston Jamaica. Why was Ellen in Jamaic

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on 2020-05-31 22:39:54

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by markav on 2020-06-04 07:59:25

Hi.they had 2 children who remained in the uk and did not go to jamaica with them charlotte 11/3 1894 and dorothy 12/3/1896
william remarried and the children lived with them in forest gate london

the 2 children are on the 1901 census and are boarders living in portsmouth

Charlotte moved and had a family in new zealand and dorothy stayed in england

Ellens parents were George and emma charlotte bailey

by BGD548 on 2020-06-04 10:57:44

Hi , Dorothy Rose Elcombe Moved to New Zealand in 1920 and married George Henry Davies and they are my Grand parents. I know that both girls were living in Forest Gate (1911 Census) I wonder if the girls father boarded with the same family in Portsmouth after returning from Jamaica in March 1898 and prior to going to South Africa with the British Army, 1899/1902.
Having difficulty tracing what happened to the older sister, Charlotte Nellie Amelia Elcombe after 1911.There is some indication that she may have married at some point, married name Bracken.
Any info would be of great help

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