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Malcolm Brears and Raewyn Muriel Thompson




Husband Malcolm Brears

           Born: 1948 - Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
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         Father: Henry John Brears (1912-2000)
         Mother: Doris Amy Foote (1905-1971)


       Marriage: 

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abode: 1981, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.




Wife Raewyn Muriel Thompson

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Children
1 M Benjamin Brears

           Born:  - New Zealand
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2 F Deborah Brears

           Born:  - New Zealand
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3 M James Brears

           Born:  - New Zealand
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           Died: 
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O Whitall and Margaret Brears




Husband O Whitall

           Born: Abt. 1913
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Wife Margaret Brears

           Born: Abt. 1913 - Kirton In Lindsey, Lincolnshire
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           Died: 1993 - Birmingham, Warwickshire
         Buried: 


         Father: Fred Brears (Abt. 1863-1947)
         Mother: Sarah Smith (Abt. 1863-1931)




Children

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Charles Robert Wilson and Margaret Nancie Brears




Husband Charles Robert Wilson

           Born: 5 Mar 1918 - 2 Ash Street, Lancaster, Lancashire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 4 Jun 1968 - Settle, Yorkshire
         Buried: Jun 1968 - Settle, Yorkshire


         Father: Frederick Mortimer Wilson (1886-1953)
         Mother: Lilian Walker (1890-1951)


       Marriage: 5 Apr 1947 - St Paul's Church, Scotforth, Lancashire

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Occupation: Merchant seaman, Bet. 1939 and 1945.

Occupation: Male charge nurse, 1955, Ashleigh House, Kirkgate, Settle, Yorkshire.




Wife Margaret Nancie Brears

           Born: 26 Jun 1922 - Moss Road, Askern, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 25 Apr 1991 - Settle, Yorkshire
         Buried: Apr 1991 - Settle, Yorkshire


         Father: Rowland Brears (1886-1935)
         Mother: Sybil Lee (1891-1969)


Events

abode: 5 Apr 1947, 3 Hastings Road, Scotforth, Lancaster, Lancashire.


Children
1 F Rhona Lee Wilson

           Born: Abt. 1948 - 3 Hastings Road, Scotforth, Lancaster, Lancashire
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           Died: 
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         Spouse: James Redfern (      -      )
           Marr: 3 Oct 1970 - Settle, Yorkshire


2 F Pauline Wilson

           Born: 10 Feb 1950 - Settle, Yorkshire
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           Died: 
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         Spouse: Robert Nesbitt Sim (Abt. 1948-      )
           Marr: 23 Sep 1972 - Settle, Yorkshire



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David Fretwell and Maria Brears




Husband David Fretwell

           Born: Abt. 1800 - Wroot, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 27 Jul 1800 - Wroot, Lincolnshire
           Died: 4 Mar 1884 - Union Workhouse, Barnsley, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: David Fretwell (Abt. 1766-      )
         Mother: Elizabeth (      -      )


       Marriage: 15 Mar 1855 - St Nicholas Church, Haxey, Lincolnshire

   Other Spouse: Mary Middleton (Abt. 1803-      ) - 10 Jun 1823 - Tickhill, Yorkshire

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Occupation: Agricultural labourer, 1841, Epworth, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Farm labourer, 1851, Epworth, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Agricultural labourer, 1861, Epworth, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Agricultural labourer, 1871, Epworth, Lincolnshire.

abode: 1881, Union Workhouse, Thorne, Yorkshire.




Wife Maria Brears

           Born: Abt. 1815 - Westwoodside, Haxey, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 6 Jan 1815 - St Nicholas Church, Haxey, Lincolnshire
           Died: Jul 1878 - Epworth, Lincolnshire
         Buried: 19 Jul 1878 - Epworth, Lincolnshire


         Father: William Brears (1768-1851)
         Mother: Rebecca Richardson (Abt. 1771-1837)


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abode: Living with father, 1841, Nethergate, Haxey, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Dressmaker, single, living with father, 1851, Nethergate, Haxey, Lincolnshire.


Children

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Francis Bristow and Martha Brears




Husband Francis Bristow

           Born: Abt. 1813 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
       Baptised: 23 May 1813 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
           Died: 1892
         Buried: 


         Father: William Bristow (Abt. 1790-Bet. 1841/1851)
         Mother: Elizabeth Hurst (Abt. 1790-      )


       Marriage: 8 Dec 1834 - St Nicholas Church, Haxey, Lincolnshire

Events

Occupation: Agricultural labourer, 1841, Misterton, Nottinghamshire.

Occupation: Agricultural Labourer, 1861, Misterton, Nottinghamshire.

Occupation: Agricultural labourer, 1871, Misterton, Nottinghamshire.

Occupation: Agricultural labourer, 1881, Misterton, Nottinghamshire.

abode: Living with wife Martha, 1891, 6 Colton Street, Misterton, Nottinghamshire.




Wife Martha Brears

           Born: Abt. 1805 - Upperthorpe, Haxey, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 1895 - Haxey, Lincolnshire
         Buried: 


         Father: William Brears (Abt. 1771-      )
         Mother: Martha Towaris (Abt. 1771-1863)



  Other Partner: Unknown (      -      )


Children
1 F Elizabeth Bristow

           Born: Abt. 1835 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
       Baptised: 27 May 1835 - St Nicholas Church, Haxey, Lincolnshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Unknown Mumby (      -      )
         Spouse: George Clark (Abt. 1835-1881)
           Marr: Oct-Dec 1858 - Gainsborough District, Lincolnshire


2 M William Bristow

           Born: Abt. 1836 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
       Baptised: 18 Dec 1836 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
           Died: 1915 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Jane Granger (Abt. 1830-1905)
           Marr: Bet. Jul and Sep 1857 - Gainsborough District, Lincolnshire
         Spouse: Jane Scholey (Abt. 1843-1917)
           Marr: Bet. Jul and Sep 1905 - Gainsborough District, Lincolnshire


3 M Thomas Bristow

           Born: Abt. 1838 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
       Baptised: 16 Dec 1838 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Boswell (Abt. 1829-1899)
           Marr: 27 Dec 1859 - Gringley on the Hill, Nottinghamshire


4 M John Bristow

           Born: Abt. 1840 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
       Baptised: 3 Jan 1841 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
           Died: 24 Jul 1906 - the Middlesex Hospial, Middlesex
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ellen Piggott (Abt. 1848-1892)
           Marr: Bet. Oct and Dec 1869 - Windsor District, Berkshire
         Spouse: Charlotte Taylor (Abt. 1849-1939)
           Marr: Bet. Jul and Sep 1893 - Pancras District, London, Middlesex


5 F Sarah Bristow

           Born: Abt. 1845 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
       Baptised: 10 Aug 1845 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
           Died: 1903 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: George Priest (Abt. 1840-1922)
           Marr: 16 Jun 1864 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire


6 F Emma Bristow

           Born: Abt. 1848 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Robert Noble (Abt. 1846-1881)
           Marr: 3 Dec 1868 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
         Spouse: James Atkinson (      -      )
           Marr: 6 Dec 1888 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire


7 M Joseph Bristow

           Born: Abt. 1850 - Misterton, Nottinghamshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 1902 - Kensington and Chelsea, London, Middlesex
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Harriet Taylor (Abt. 1851-1916)
           Marr: 8 Apr 1877 - Chelsea, London, Middlesex



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Henry Jubb and Mary Brears




Husband Henry Jubb

           Born: 11 Feb 1785 - Stainforth, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 17 Apr 1785 - Hatfield, Yorkshire
           Died: 6 Apr 1867 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: John Jubb (Abt. 1750-      )
         Mother: Susanna Dawson (Abt. 1750-      )


       Marriage: 6 Dec 1808 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Farmer, 1841, Westfield House, Fishlake, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Farmer of 184 acres, widowed, 1851, Westfield House, Fishlake, Yorkshire.

abode: Living as a retired farmer, 1861, Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire.




Wife Mary Brears

           Born: Abt. 1777 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 5 Apr 1777 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
           Died: 1845
         Buried: 


         Father: John Brears (Abt. 1738-      )
         Mother: Ann Nowell (Abt. 1749-      )




Children
1 F Eliza Jubb

           Born: 7 Oct 1810 - Stainforth, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 8 Oct 1810 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
           Died: 1878
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Stables (Abt. 1804-1876)
           Marr: 17 Dec 1844 - Fishlake, Yorkshire


2 M Henry Jubb

           Born: 11 Nov 1812 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 14 Nov 1812 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sophia Acomb (Abt. 1816-1881)
           Marr: 3 May 1836 - Sculcoates, Yorkshire


3 M William Jubb

           Born: Abt. 1815 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 29 Oct 1815 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
           Died: 16 May 1897 - Kirkhouse Green, Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Susannah Bellwood (Abt. 1822-1883)
           Marr: 14 Sep 1842 - Yorkshire


4 F Susanna Jubb

           Born: Abt. 1818 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 25 Jul 1818 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
           Died: 1900
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Thomas Barton Wilburn (Abt. 1814-1865)
           Marr: 13 Jul 1841 - Fishlake, Yorkshire


5 F Margaret Jubb

           Born: Abt. 1823 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 13 Jul 1823 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
           Died: 1909 - Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Peter Bayes (Abt. 1816-1892)
           Marr: 14 Jul 1846 - Fishlake, Yorkshire



General Notes: Husband - Henry Jubb

On the 1851 census there is a granddaughter visiting the house; Mary Jubb b c1846 Thorne, Yorkshire.[JDB]
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John Hall and Mary Brears




Husband John Hall

           Born: Abt. 1814 - Crowle, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 22 Dec 1814 - Crowle, Lincolnshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Unknown (      -      )
         Mother: Mary Hall (      -      )


       Marriage: 27 Dec 1841 - Luddington, Lincolnshire

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Occupation: Farm labourer, 1851, Crowle, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Agricultural labourer, 1861, Crowle, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Farm labourer, 1871, Crowle, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Farm labourer, 1891, Vicarage Walk, Market Place, Crowle, Lincolnshire.




Wife Mary Brears

           Born: Abt. 1817 - Luddington, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 23 Jan 1817 - Luddington, Lincolnshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Brears (1781-      )
         Mother: Susanna Dimberline (1783-      )




Children
1 M George William Hall

           Born: Abt. 1843 - Crowle, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: Feb 1929 - Althorpe, Lincolnshire
         Buried: 15 Feb 1929 - Althorpe, Lincolnshire
         Spouse: Mary Ann Wilson (Abt. 1842-      )
           Marr: Bet. Oct and Dec 1865 - Thorne District, Yorkshire


2 M John Brears Hall

           Born: Abt. 1846 - Crowle, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 1931
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah Staniforth (Abt. 1852-1931)
           Marr: Bet. Jul and Sep 1870 - Thorne District, Yorkshire


3 M Thomas Arthur Hall

           Born: Abt. 1855 - Crowle, Lincolnshire
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           Died: 
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4 F Susanna Hall

           Born: Abt. 1856 - Crowle, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 29 Jul 1948
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Linsley Mell (Abt. 1856-1932)
           Marr: Bet. Jan and Mar 1878 - Goole District, Yorkshire



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George Henry Wroot and Mary Brears




Husband George Henry Wroot

           Born: Abt. 1860 - Eastoft, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 22 May 1860 - Epworth, Lincolnshire
           Died: 11 Jan 1939 - Swinefleet, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: John Wroot (Abt. 1833-1879)
         Mother: Fanny Arrand (Abt. 1834-1873)


       Marriage: Bet. Jan and Mar 1884 - Goole District, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Farm servant - indoor, 1881, Swinefleet, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Farm labourer, 1891, Swinefleet, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Dock labourer, 1901, Swinefleet, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Dock labourer, 1911, Swinefleet, Yorkshire.




Wife Mary Brears

           Born: Abt. 1864 - Swinefleet, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 1925 - Swinefleet, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: William Brears (Abt. 1821-1904)
         Mother: Hannah Roberts (Abt. 1826-1898)




Children
1 F Frances Ellen Wroot

           Born: 1 Jul 1884 - Swinefleet, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 12 Jul 1884 - Swinefleet, Yorkshire
           Died: 24 Jan 1970 - Goole, Yorkshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Arthur Brooks (1882-1970)
           Marr: Bet. Oct and Dec 1905 - Goole District, Yorkshire


2 M John Henry Wroot

           Born: Abt. 1886 - Swinefleet, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 22 May 1886 - Swinefleet, Yorkshire
           Died: 1937
         Buried: 



3 F Evelina Wroot

           Born: Abt. 1891 - Swinefleet, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 1892
         Buried: 




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John Stephenson and Mary Brears




Husband John Stephenson

           Born: Abt. 1790 - Roall, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 10 Oct 1790 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 9 Oct 1876 - Lenawee County, Michigan, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: Richard Stephenson (Abt. 1760-1816)
         Mother: Catharine Reedall (Abt. 1760-1803)


       Marriage: 29 Feb 1832 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire



Wife Mary Brears 15

           Born: Abt. 1813 - Kellingley, Yorkshire 15
       Baptised: 24 Jan 1813 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 2 May 1882 - Lenawee County, Michigan, USA
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Brears (Abt. 1761-1827) 15
         Mother: Leah Mallinson (Abt. 1781-1858) 15




Children
1 M William Stephenson

           Born: 30 Mar 1833 - Pontefract, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 3 May 1833 - Wesleyan Methodist, Pontefract, Yorkshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 F Elizabeth Leah Stephenson

           Born: 13 Apr 1838 - Lenawee County, Michigan, USA
       Baptised: 
           Died: 8 Nov 1908 - Onsted, Lenawee, Michigan, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Henry Pulver (1825-      )
           Marr: 1868 - USA


3 F Mary Jane Stephenson

           Born: 11 Apr 1840 - Cambridge, Lenawee, Michigan, USA
       Baptised: 
           Died: 10 Aug 1910 - Summit, Jackson, Michigan, YSA
         Buried: 



4 M John Brears Stephenson

           Born: 24 May 1843 - Lenawee County, Michigan, USA
       Baptised: 
           Died: 17 May 1922 - Brooklyn, Jackson, Michigan, USA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Laura Alzada Hayes (1848-1944)
           Marr: 27 Aug 1873 - Franklin, Jackson, Michigan, USA
         Spouse: Helen Elizabeth Skinner (Abt. 1844-1872)



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Thomas Weatherill and Mary Brears




Husband Thomas Weatherill 10

           Born: Abt. 1839 - Hook, Yorkshire 44
       Baptised: 
           Died: 31 Mar 1886 - Goole, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Wetherill (Abt. 1810-      ) 20
         Mother: Rebecca Wright Giles (Abt. 1813-      )


       Marriage: 13 Nov 1872 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire 10

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abode: No occupation listed, living with parents, 1871, West Villas, Booth Ferry Road, Hook, Yorkshire.

abode: Gentleman, living with widowed mother, 1881, Hook, Yorkshire.

Probate: 24 May 1886, Wakefield, Yorkshire.




Wife Mary Brears 15

           Born: Abt. 1850 - Beal, Yorkshire 15
       Baptised: 1 Apr 1850 - Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 1898 - Goole District, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Brears (Abt. 1803-1880) 15
         Mother: Rebecca Coward (Abt. 1818-1880) 15



   Other Spouse: James Spilman (Abt. 1833-1920) - 4 Aug 1887 - Hook, Yorkshire

Events

abode: Living with brother John, 1871, Beal, Yorkshire.

Marriage Events

Marriage Witnesses: A H & John Alderson Clarkson, John & A Brears. 10


Children

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James Spilman and Mary Brears




Husband James Spilman

           Born: Abt. 1833 - Hook, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 27 Jan 1833 - Hook, Yorkshire
           Died: 6 Jan 1920 - Snaith, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: James Spilman (Abt. 1802-      )
         Mother: Catherine Mary Marson (Abt. 1807-      )


       Marriage: 4 Aug 1887 - Hook, Yorkshire

   Other Spouse: Ann Burr (Abt. 1834-      ) - Bet. Oct and Dec 1855 - Howden District, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Farmer of 222 acres, 1861, Wressell, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Farmer of 139 acres, 1871, Wistow, Yorkshire.

abode: Living as a retired farmer, 1891, Village Street, Snaith And Cowick, Yorkshire.

abode: Living as retired farmer, widowed, 1901, Beast Fair, Snaith, Yorkshire.

abode: Living as retired farmer, 1911, Snaith, Yorkshire.

Probate: 14 May 1920, London, Middlesex.




Wife Mary Brears 15

           Born: Abt. 1850 - Beal, Yorkshire 15
       Baptised: 1 Apr 1850 - Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 1898 - Goole District, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Brears (Abt. 1803-1880) 15
         Mother: Rebecca Coward (Abt. 1818-1880) 15



   Other Spouse: Thomas Weatherill (Abt. 1839-1886) 10 - 13 Nov 1872 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire 10

Events

abode: Living with brother John, 1871, Beal, Yorkshire.


Children

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Henry Burgess and Mary Brears




Husband Henry Burgess

           Born: 23 Apr 1918 - 6 Kimberley Street, Wigan, Lancashire
       Baptised: 12 May 1918 - St Andrew's Church, Wigan, Lancashire
           Died: 26 Oct 1975 - 25 Kimberley St, Wigan, Lancashire
         Buried: 30 Oct 1975 - Gidlow Cemetery, Wigan, Lancashire


         Father: Charles Bradlaugh Burgess (1891-1966)
         Mother: Mary Eliza Rafferty (1888-1957)


       Marriage: 18 Jan 1941 - Morecambe, Lancashire

Events

Military Service: I/C Security, RAF, Valley, Anglesey, Wales.

Military Service: RAF Service Police (Sergeant).

Military Service: Trained at Hendon by CID for high security ops e.g. Radar.

Occupation: Painter & Decorator / Signwriter.

Occupation: House & ship painter, bachelor, living with parents, 1939, 6 Kimberley Street, Wigan, Lancashire.




Wife Mary Brears

           Born: 13 Oct 1920 - Linden Cottage, Adwick le Street, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 9 Dec 2009 - Wigan, Lancashire
         Buried: 17 Dec 2009 - Gidlow Cemetery, Wigan, Lancashire


         Father: Rowland Brears (1886-1935)
         Mother: Sybil Lee (1891-1969)




Children
1 F Gillian Mary Burgess

           Born: 31 Oct 1941 - 110 Chatsworth Road, Morecambe, Lancashire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 11 Apr 2015 - Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan, Lancashire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: James Atherton (      -      )
           Marr: Bet. Oct and Dec 1962 - Sacred Heart Church, Wigan, Lancashire. (Divorced)


2 M John David Burgess

           Born: 11 Aug 1945 - 6 Kimberley Street, Wigan, Lancashire
       Baptised:  - St Andrews Church, Wigan, Lancashire
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Beryl Emily Murphy (1945-      )
           Marr: 21 Jul 1982 - Registry Office, Wigan, Lancashire


3 F Susan Burgess

           Born: 29 May 1948 - Wigan, Lancashire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Clifford Rowland Parsons (1943-      )
           Marr: 14 Sep 1968 - St Andrew's Church, Wigan, Lancashire



General Notes: Husband - Henry Burgess

After leaving St. Andrew's School, Henry went to Wigan Technical College where he learnt engineering and technical drawing. His father Charles had decided that he was going to join him in his painting and decorating business which Henry baulked at, so Henry applied for and got a position as a draughtsman at the company Walkers Engineering nearby; however, his father heard of this and went to Walkers to tell them that his son would not be joining them as he was going to work for him.Henry worked for his father until shortly before the war started in 1939, when he applied for a position in the Police in Bolton. He was working as a policeman when the war started so enlisted for the RAF at Warrington, where he was placed in the Service Police.After leaving Morecambe, Henry was posted to Easington, Yorkshire in charge of security at a radar station there, after Easington he was posted to a number of radar stations along the east coast including Cromer where there were nightly air raids. For his demobilisation, he was posted to RAF Valley on Anglesey in charge of security, where he benefitted from the availability of the food in the US shop. He always brought plenty of food home on leave; cans of ham and fruit, fresh eggs etc. which were in very short supply in England at the time.


Death Notes: Wife - Mary Brears

\ul \b Mary's Eulogy\ulnone \b0 Always a Yorkshire girl at heart, Mary was born at Linden Cottage in Adwick le Street, Yorkshire, where she lived with her parents and maternal Lee grandparents until her mother became pregnant with sister Nancie. After living in Askern for a little while the family decided that the house wasn't big enough so they all moved into the Old Vicarage at Skelbrooke, Yorkshire which had about 10 acres of land, a tennis court, croquet lawn, pond and woods for shooting. Mary had the time of her life there, wearing trousers, climbing trees and getting into trouble; driving her father's bull-nosed Morris Cowley down the drive with her father chasing her or taking the milk-cow Molly to the bull down the lane with her grandfather chasing her.They all lived there for a while until about 1930 when her grandfather Thomas Lee had the house "Arncliffe" built for them at Five Lane Ends, Skellow which was closer to the Green Lane School where her aunt Ethel Brears taught. She said she had more coats than she knew what to do with whilst she was at Green Lane School, her aunt used to take her to the local fairs and usually bought her a coat.Another memory of Mary was when she was in one of the carriages on the first test run of The Flying Scotsman whilst her uncle Edward Brears was in the engine cabin; her uncle "Ebby" had put her in the carriage and told her to stay there and behave; Edward being one of the senior draughtsmen under Sir Nigel Gresley. Edward and his wife, Sir Nigel and Mary's parents and Lee grandparents had dinner that evening in Mary's home Arncliffe at Skellow. She was packed off to bed early after the dinner so she doesn't know what went on after that.After Arncliffe, the family moved to Morecambe where they bought a boarding house, Mary used to love horse-riding on the beach there; she used to love the outdoors, her aunt used to take her up to the Lake District and she used to walk on the Yorkshire moors on our holidays. Earlier this year, she did a 3 or 4 mile walk along Morecambe prom, leaving everyone else struggling to keep up with her.As was her father Rowland and grand-uncle William Poskitt Brears before, Mary was an accomplished organist and pianist. She learnt the organ at St Barnabas' Church in Morecambe, being taught by Miss Brasha Lancaster. Mary had passed all her exams for the London College of Music and played for the church occasionally when asked. She also studied for her Fellowship of The Royal College of Organists and was ready to take her final exams, however, due to it being wartime, this was not to be. Her fiance Henry Burgess, then a corporal in the RAF proposed to her and she married.When her husband Henry died, Roy Taylor, the organist and choirmaster asked her to help out and play the organ on Sundays at St Andrew's Church in Wigan, which she did for a while. During WW2, Mary was working as a clerk in the Clarendon Hotel, Morecambe along with her good friend, Thora Hird, Thora's nickname for Mary was "Breezy" because every time Mary used to walk past Thora's desk, her papers would be blown on to the floor. On the night of her honeymoon, Thora hung an old paraffin red road warning light outside the door of number 110.Also, during the war, one of the postings for her husband was a radar station at Easington in Yorkshire; one event she remembered in particular was the sound of a motorcycle close by which suddenly stopped, Henry ran across the room, grabbed Mary and dove under the kitchen table. A loud explosion followed outside; when the pair of them appeared from under the table, the windows and door were blown in, plaster had fallen from the ceiling and there was a hole in the field outside the house. The sound of the motor cycle engine stopping had been the sound of a V1 rocket engine cutting out.Although Mary wasn't exactly famous for her housekeeping prowess, she was a good cook and her Yorkshire puddings and Bakewell tarts were to die for, she got the recipe for the Bakewell tarts from her grandfather Lee, he got it whilst he was a pupil at Bakewell Grammar School. She even made her own cottage cheese.Mary was always a very private person and lived alone after her husband died, she took all the hard knocks without complaining, although her recent loss of short term memory did wear her down, before that, she was very fond of reading and crosswords. Although she didn't socialise, she wasn't anti-social, she had a great and often very dry sense of humour and could be very laconic. When she was in hospital or in the care home in her last few months, the staff never had a bad word to say about her and called her "a lovely lady".She was never too busy to listen and was always a caring and loving mother to her children, she always placed their problems before her own and she will be very deeply missed by them and her grandchildren; she had a special soft spot for her son-in-law Rowland and daughter-in-law Beryl. It was a privilege to know her.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Brears

Mary was born at Linden Cottage in Adwick le Street, Yorkshire, where she lived with her parents and maternal grandparents until her mother became pregnant with Nancie. Sometime during the pregnancy, her grandfather Thomas Lee, a stonemason/employer had a house built in Askern, Yorkshire for the family and they all moved there. Some time after that, Thomas Lee decided that the house wasn't big enough so they all moved into the Old Vicarage at Skelbrooke, Yorkshire which had about 10 acres of land, a tennis court, croquet lawn, pond and woods for shooting. They all lived there for a while until about 1930 when Thomas Lee had the house "Arncliffe" built for them at Five Lane Ends, Skellow which was closer to the Green Lane School where her aunt Etheline Brears taught.As her father Rowland and grand-uncle William Poskitt Brears before, Mary is an accomplished organist and pianist. She learnt the organ at St Barnabas' Church in Morecambe, Lancashire, being taught by Miss Brasha Lancaster. Mary had passed all her exams for the London College of Music and played for the church occasionally when asked. She also studied for her Fellowship of The Royal Society of Organists and was ready to take her final exams, however, due to it being wartime, this was not to be. Her fiance Henry Burgess, then a corporal in the RAF proposed to her and she married.On later visits to her mother and sister in Settle Yorkshire, the three of them would disappear into the church there during the day, Mary playing the organ, accompanying her sister Nancie who had a deep, rich contralto voice which rivalled Kathleen Ferrier's.In later years, Mary often played her upright grand piano (which she always had tuned to concert pitch) at home in accompaniment to her husband Henry, a tenor who sang both classical and light opera. Occasionally she would retrieve some classical sheet music from the piano seat and play some complex fugue, keeping her hand in as she said. I remember some of this sheet music being almost covered with black music notes.I remember on one occasion when I was in the church choir at St. Andrews in Wigan, I had been told to go home early from choir practice for misbehaving. I said something to the choirmaster, who was also the church organist, along the lines that my mother was a better organist than him, and my father could sing better than anyone in the choir, which he didn't believe and sent me packing. On arriving home, I told my father this, he told my mother to get her coat and marched us up to the church. By this time, there was only the choirmaster in the church, my mother sat down at the organ and pulled out most of the stops and played "The Trumpet Voluntary" from memory and a couple of fugues. My father then stood up and sang "The Holy City" with my mother accompanying him. My father then grabbed me by the elbow and marched us all out of the church, the choirmaster standing there with his mouth open. I remember the choirmaster coming round to the house on a couple of occasions pleading with my mother to play the church organ at services and asking my father to join the choir.When her husband Henry died, Roy Turner, the organist and choirmaster asked her to help out and play the organ on Sundays at St Andrew's Church in Wigan, which she did. In the 50's, Mary played the organ for Kendal Street Methodist Church in Wigan.During WW2, Mary was working as a clerk in the Clarendon Hotel, Morecambe along with her good friend, Thora Hird, Thora's nickname for Mary was "Breezy" because every time Mary used to walk past Thora's desk, her papers would be blown on to the floor. On the night of her honeymoon, Thora hung an old paraffin red road warning light outside the door of number 110.During WW2, one of the postings for her husband was a radar station at Easington in Yorkshire; one event she remembered in particular was the sound of a motorcycle close by which suddenly stopped, Henry ran across the room, grabbed Mary and daughter Gill and dove under the kitchen table. A loud explosion followed outside; when the three of them appeared from under the table, the windows and door were blown in, plaster had fallen from the ceiling and there was a hole in the field outside the house. The sound of the motor cycle engine stopping had been the sound of a V1 rocket engine cutting out.Another memory of Mary was when she was in one of the carriages on the first test run of The Flying Scotsman whilst her uncle Edward Brears was in the engine cabin; her uncle "Ebby" had put her in the carriage and told her to stay there and behave; Edward being one of the senior draughtsmen under Sir Nigel Gresley. Edward and his wife, Sir Nigel and Mary's parents and Lee grandparents had dinner that evening in Mary's home Arncliffe at Skellow. She was packed off to bed early after the dinner so she doesn't know what went on after that.[JDB]
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John Pinder and Mary Ann Brears




Husband John Pinder

           Born: Abt. 1786
       Baptised: 
           Died: 28 Nov 1834 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
         Buried: 30 Nov 1834 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
       Marriage: 1 Sep 1812 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Excise officer.




Wife Mary Ann Brears

           Born: Abt. 1792 - Middleton, Rochdale, Lancashire
       Baptised: 27 May 1792 - St Leonard, Middleton, Lancashire
           Died: 29 Apr 1838 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
         Buried: 3 May 1838 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire


         Father: Robert Brears (Abt. 1765-      ) 15
         Mother: Lucinda Tattersall (Abt. 1770-1797)




Children
1 F Elizabeth Pinder

           Born: Abt. 1813 - Kellington, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 8 Jul 1813 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Thomas Pinder

           Born: Abt. 1815 - Kellington, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 3 Dec 1815 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
           Died: 21 Jun 1833 - Kellington, Yorkshire
         Buried: Jun 1833 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire



3 F Ann Pinder

           Born: Abt. 1818 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 10 Jun 1821 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
           Died: 4 Apr 1833 - Kellington, Yorkshire
         Buried: 1833 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire



4 F Sarah Ann Pinder

           Born: Abt. 1818 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 10 Jun 1821 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
           Died: 29 Sep 1839 - Kellington, Yorkshire
         Buried: 1839 - St Edmund King & Martyr, Kellington, Yorkshire



5 M William Pinder

           Born: 14 May 1822 - Warrington, Lancashire
       Baptised: 24 Aug 1824 - Warrington, Lancashire
           Died: 27 Sep 1858 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Ann Cliffe (Abt. 1829-1913)
           Marr: 24 Feb 1849 - Knottingley, Yorkshire


6 F Mary Pinder

           Born: Abt. 1827 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 8 Jul 1827 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
           Died: 21 Sep 1855 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
         Buried: 23 Sep 1855 - Knottingley, Yorkshire
         Spouse: John Cliffe (Abt. 1821-1875)
           Marr: 7 Mar 1850 - Knottingley, Yorkshire



General Notes: Husband - John Pinder

Gravestone Inscription:Sacred to the memory of John Pinder who departed this life November 28th 1834 Aged 48 Years Also Mary Ann Pinder his wife who died April 29th 1838 Aged 47 YearsAlso three of their ChildrenAnn Pinder died May 4th 1833 Aged 14 Years Thomas Pinder died June 21st 1833 Aged 18 YearsSarah Ann Pinder died sept 29th 1839 aged 21 years.
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Thomas Maw and Mary Ann Brears




Husband Thomas Maw

           Born: Abt. 1819 - Langholme, Haxey, Lincolnshire
       Baptised: 11 Aug 1819 - St Nicholas Church, Haxey, Lincolnshire
           Died: 1902
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Maw (Abt. 1791-      )
         Mother: Elizabeth (Abt. 1788-Bef. 1871)


       Marriage: Mar 1899 - Knaresborough District, Yorkshire

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Vause (Abt. 1817-1898) - 21 Nov 1839 - Epworth, Lincolnshire

Events

Occupation: Farmer of 145 acres, 1851, Wroot, Lincolnshire.

abode: Living with his wife Elizabeth at his parent's home, 1841, Wroot, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Farmer of 60 acres, 1861, 28 Woodside, Wroot, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Farmer and landowner, 1871, Wroot, Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Farmer of 68 acres, 1881, Wroot, Lincolnshire.

abode: Living as retired farmer, remarried, 1901, 34 St Mary's Road, Wheatley, Yorkshire.




Wife Mary Ann Brears

           Born: Abt. 1851 - Sheffield, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 3 Mar 1911 - Wheatley, Doncaster, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Brears (Abt. 1813-1893)
         Mother: Jane Spooner (Abt. 1822-1889)


Events

Occupation: General Servant, 1881, 51 Oxford Street, Nether Hallam, Yorkshire.

Occupation: General servant - domestic, 1891, 51 Oxford Street, Nether Hallam, Yorkshire.


Children

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William Leonard Burley and Mary Ann Brears




Husband William Leonard Burley

           Born: 23 Jul 1902 - Normanton, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 3 Sep 1902 - Normanton, Yorkshire
           Died: 25 May 1988 - Whitwood, Yorkshire
         Buried: 27 May 1988 - Whitwood, Yorkshire
       Marriage: Bet. Apr and Jun 1931 - Wakefield District, Yorkshire



Wife Mary Ann Brears

           Born: 25 Jul 1905 - Whitwood, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 27 Oct 1992 - Huddersfield District, Yorkshire
         Buried: 3 Nov 1992 - Whitwood, Yorkshire


         Father: Thomas Brears (Abt. 1869-1910)
         Mother: Annie Eliza Rushworth (1874-1972)




Children
1 F Margaret Burley

           Born: Abt. 1934 - Pontefract District, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M John Burley

           Born: 16 May 1935 - Pontefract District, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 1977
         Buried: 




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Henry Trimingham and Mary Ann Brears




Husband Henry Trimingham

           Born: 29 Jun 1804 - Fosterhouses, Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 4 Jul 1804 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
           Died: 1861
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Trimingham (Abt. 1744-      ) 6
         Mother: Elizabeth Bramham (Abt. 1765-      )


       Marriage: 17 Mar 1828 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: Agricultural labourer, 1841, Stainforth, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Agricultural labourer, 1851, Sykehouse, Yorkshire.

abode: a pauper, 1861, Sykehouse, Yorkshire.




Wife Mary Ann Brears

           Born: 11 Jul 1804 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 16 Jul 1804 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
           Died: 1879
         Buried: 


         Father: William Brears (1779-      )
         Mother: Mary Bobbit (Abt. 1780-      )


Events

Occupation: Charwoman, 1861, Sykehouse, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Beerhouse keeper, 1871, Doncaster, Yorkshire.


Children
1 F Harriet Trimingham

           Born: Abt. 1829 - Fenwick, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 17 May 1829 - Campsall, Yorkshire
           Died: 1902
         Buried: 
         Spouse: John Butterfield (Abt. 1820-1911)
           Marr: Bet. Apr and Jun 1846 - Rotherham District, Yorkshire


2 F Eliza Trimingham

           Born: Abt. 1830 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 21 Jun 1835 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Charles Trimingham

           Born: Abt. 1833 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M William Trimingham

           Born: Abt. 1835 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 22 Nov 1835 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M John Henry Trimingham

           Born: Abt. 1840 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 8 Nov 1840 - Kirk Bramwith, Yorkshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 F Mary Trimingham

           Born: Abt. 1842 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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William Yates and Mary Ann Sarah Brears




Husband William Yates

           Born: Abt. 1825 - Fenwick, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 1 May 1825 - Campsall, Yorkshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: William Yates (Abt. 1797-      )
         Mother: Mary Richardson (Abt. 1801-      )


       Marriage: 24 Nov 1861 - Sykehouse, Yorkshire

Events

Occupation: schoolmaster, bachelor, 1861, Sykehouse, Yorkshire.

abode: a retired schoolmaster, wife not present he is staying with spinster sister Ann Yates, 1881, Thorne, Yorkshire.

Occupation: Gardener, widowed (?), 1891, Thorne, Yorkshire.

abode: a retired schoolmaster, wife not present he is living with daughter Mary Elizabeth Dunderdale, 1901, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire.




Wife Mary Ann Sarah Brears

           Born: Abt. 1826 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 14 Nov 1826 - Fishlake, Yorkshire
           Died: 1911
         Buried: 


         Father: Samuel Brears (Abt. 1804-1888)
         Mother: Elizabeth Wilson (1807-1860)


Events

abode: pauper patient, 1881, South Yorkshire County Asylum, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.

abode: Inmate, 1901, South Yorkshire County Asylum, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.


Children
1 M William Yates

           Born: Abt. 1862 - Sykehouse, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 11 May 1862 - Sykehouse, Yorkshire
           Died: 31 Jan 1946 - Storthes Hall Institution, Kirkburton, Yorkshire
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Annie Elizabeth Parkinson (Abt. 1862-      )
           Marr: 29 Dec 1884 - Mexborough, Yorkshire


2 M Richard Yates

           Born: Abt. 1867 - Sykehouse, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 14 Apr 1867 - Sykehouse, Yorkshire
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Mary Elizabeth Yates

           Born: Abt. 1870 - Sykehouse, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 24 Apr 1870 - Sykehouse, Yorkshire
           Died: 1951
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Joseph Abbott Dunderdale (Abt. 1857-1933)
           Marr: 24 Dec 1892 - Mexborough, Yorkshire



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Benjamin Chance and Mary Edith Brears




Husband Benjamin Chance

           Born: Abt. 1888 - Lye, Stourbridge, Worcestershire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 6 Jul 1952 - Barnsley, Yorkshire
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 21 Aug 1915 - Barnsley, Yorkshire



Wife Mary Edith Brears

           Born: 31 Jan 1889 - Barnsley, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 2 Jan 1890 - Barnsley, Yorkshire
           Died: 11 Jul 1951 - Barnsley, Yorkshire
         Buried: 14 Jul 1951 - Gawber, Yorkshire


         Father: Samuel Brears (Abt. 1851-1936)
         Mother: Jane Gray Law (Abt. 1856-1923)




Children

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William Eldred Chapman and Mary Ellen Brears




Husband William Eldred Chapman

           Born: 16 Apr 1890 - Aldwark, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 14 May 1977 - Hull, Yorkshire
         Buried: 
       Marriage: Bet. Jan and Mar 1917 - Doncaster District, Yorkshire



Wife Mary Ellen Brears

           Born: 15 Dec 1889 - Sykehouse, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 29 Jan 1890 - Sykehouse, Yorkshire
           Died: 23 Aug 1969 - Wakefield, Yorkshire
         Buried: 


         Father: Nathan Samuel Brears (Abt. 1850-1900)
         Mother: Harriet Cocking (Abt. 1847-1933)


Events

abode: spinster, living with mother, 1911, Badsworth, Yorkshire.


Children
1 M Henry Raymond Lonsdale Chapman

           Born: 21 Jul 1917 - Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 30 Nov 1980 - Wakefield, Yorkshire
         Buried: 5 Dec 1980 - Wakefield, Yorkshire



2 F Dorothy Mary Chapman

           Born: 31 May 1919 - Hemsworth, Yorkshire
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Toakehetau Sioneholo and Mary Ethel Brears




Husband Toakehetau Sioneholo

           Born: 6 Oct 1928 - Niue Island, New Zealand
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 



Wife Mary Ethel Brears

           Born: 30 Jan 1928 - Leeston, Canterbury, New Zealand
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Brears (1880-1952)
         Mother: Margaret Jane Foster (1903-1961)




Children
1 F Rosemary Emesini Sioneholo

           Born: 23 May 1962 - New Zealand
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: David Robert Hazelden (      -      )
           Marr: 21 Nov 2004 - Australia


2 F Jennifer Helen Sione

           Born: 18 May 1964 - New Zealand
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Stephen Reriti (      -      )
           Marr: 31 May 1986


3 F Elaine Mary Sione

           Born: 16 Dec 1965 - New Zealand
       Baptised: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Mark Russell Hussey (      -      )
           Marr: 2 Mar 1985 - New Zealand



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