Moore - Brickland Family History

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101 1901 Census - Norcott Road, Tilehurst, Berkshire
Frederick Moore  60  -  Shoemaker - Own Account - At home - Born Tilehurst
Annie Moore  44   -  Laundress - Worker - Born Tilehurst
Fredk Moore  13   -  Born Tilehurst
Bertie Moore  11 -  Born Tilehurst
Kate Moore  9  -  Born Tilehurst
Ethel Moore  8  -  Born Tilehurst
James Moore  7   -  Born Tilehurst
Source Citation: Class: RG13; Piece: 1143; Folio: 52; Page: 13
MOORE, Edith Kate (I2351)
 
102 1901 Census:
Charles Wigmore is a 71 yo Bricklayers labourer born in Bucklebury living in the Cottages, Lower Common, Bucklebury
Also at home are his wife Charlotte (63yo) and his brother Daniel (73yo)
(Source Citation : Class: RG13; Piece: 1141; Folio: 9; Page: 9.) 
WIGMORE, Charles (I2487)
 
103 1901 Census:
Charlotte Wigmore is a 63 yo born in Bucklebury living in the Cottages, Lower Common, Bucklebury
Also at home are her husband Charles (71yo)  and her brother-in-law Daniel (73yo)
(Source Citation : Class: RG13; Piece: 1141; Folio: 9; Page: 9.) 
NAYLOR, Charlotte (I2488)
 
104 1901 Census:
Georgina is a 19yo servant in the home of Blackall Shroads, Bradfield
Source: Class RG13, Piece 1141, Folio 36, Page 11 
MOORE, Georgina (I3727)
 
105 1901 census: 39 yo Woodcarver
1911 Census: 49 yo Woodcarver 
WIGGINS, John Charles (I2058)
 
106 1901 UK Census:
Lizzie MOORE
Born 1880 Tilehurst Berks - General Serv Domestic in Tilehurst 
MOORE, Lizzie (I2350)
 
107 1902 Kelly's Directories (Southern Region)
Wildbore - Frederick Augustus, decorator of 96 Branksome Road Brixton sw

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In the 1911 Census he is in Boston. Lilnconshire with his wife Isabella.

Name: Fredrick Augustas Wildbore
Age in 1911: 68
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1843
Relation to Head: Visitor
Gender: Male
Birth Place: Kirton, Lincolnshire, England
Civil parish: Kirton
County/Island: Lincolnshire Country: England
Street Address: Hulberts Bridge Boston Lincolnshire
Marital Status: Married
Occupation: Retired Builder
Registration district: Boston
Registration District Number: 415
Sub-registration district: Kirton
ED, institution, or vessel: 07 Piece: 19553
The Census also records that he has been married for 45 years and had 7 children born alive with three still living. 
WILDBORE, Frederick Augustus (I633)
 
108 1905 Minnesota State Census
Kerrick, Pine County, Minnesota
Carl, Anna Christina, and children are in Kerrick
Carl listed as a Hotel Keeper
Anna listed as a Domestic
Egnar & Sigrid listed as Attending school
Elwood lists no occupation
(Copy of image held by Peter Moore)

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British Columbia Marriage Registrations, 1859-1932 for Carl Axel Sandahl ex LDS Records on-line

Marriage Date: 06 Oct 1925
Marriage Place: Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
Groom's Name: Elwood Stanley Sandahl
Groom's Age: 24
Groom's Birth Date: 1901
Groom's Birthplace: Stillwater, United States
Groom's Marital Status: Bachelor
Groom's Residence:
Groom's Father's Name: Carl Axel Sandahl
Groom's Mother's Name: Anna Christine Johnson
Bride's Name: Zetta May Atchison
Bride's Age: 20
Bride's Birth Date: 1905
Bride's Birthplace: Bobcaygeon, Ontario
Bride's Marital Status: Spinster
Bride's Residence:
Bride's Father's Name: Andrew George Atchison
Bride's Mother's Name: Anna Amelia Cairnduff
Film Number: 2074320
Digital Folder Number: 4401585
Image Number: 1587
BC Archives Film Number: B13750
Registration Number: 1589
Banns or License: License
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1940 Canada voters list - British Columbia, Victoria
2324 Richmond Road, Victoria
Sandahl, Carl A - Retired
Sandahl, Egnar A - Tallyman
Sandahl, Mrs Egnar A -
Sandahl, Elwood - Tallyman

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SANDAHL, Elwood Stanley (I376)
 
109 1905 Minnesota State Census
Kerrick, Pine County, Minnesota
Carl, Anna Christina, and children are in Kerrick
Carl listed as a Hotel Keeper
Anna listed as a Domestic
Egnar & Sigrid listed as Attending school
Elwood lists no occupation
(Copy of image held by Peter Moore)

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1935 Canada voters list - British Columbia, Victoria
1929 Ash Street, Victoria
Weston, Edward Oscar - Salesman
Weston, Mrs Edward (W) - married woman
Sandahl, Egnar Axel - Tallyman
Sandahl, Mrs Egnar (W) - married woman

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1940 Canada voters list - British Columbia, Victoria
2324 Richmond Road, Victoria
Sandahl, Carl A - Retired
Sandahl, Egnar A - Tallyman
Sandahl, Mrs Egnar A -
Sandahl, Elwood - Tallyman

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Ex On-line BC Archives:
Vital Event Death Registration
Name: Egnar Axel Sandahl
Event Date:     1963 1 9 (Yr/Mo/Day)
Age:            71
Gender:         male
Event Place:    Saanich
                                       
Reg. Number:    1963-09-001154
B.C. Archives Microfilm Number:  B13260
GSU Microfilm Number: 2033502
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SANDAHL, Egnar Axel (I375)
 
110 1906 - Sailed from Liverpool abourd the Virginian 22nd March 1906 arriving Halifax Nova Scotia 29th March 1906.

1911 - Returned from England with husband James and Thomas Whitaker (14 yrs)
Name: Ruth Moore
Gender: Female
Age: 49
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1862
Date of Arrival: 1 Apr 1911
Vessel: Cairnrona
Port of Arrival: Portland, Maine
Port of Departure: Southampton, England
Roll: T-4690

Extracted from : http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/SplitView.jsp?id=40044
1911 5th Census of Canada - in the Province of Saskatchewan, District No.208 Battleford, ED No.23, in township 44-16-W.3rd :

James MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Head - Married - Born: Feb 1859 - 52yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: ? - Working on own account: Yes

Ruth MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Female - Wife - Married - Born: Oct 1861 - 49yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None  - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S - Working on own account: N/S

Charles MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Mar 1891 - 20yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Labourer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-9-00 - Employed: Yes - Working on own account: No - State where employed: Farm at home

Malcolm MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Oct 1896 - 14yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employed: N/S- Working on own account: N/S - State where employed: N/S

Alfred MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: July 1892 - 19yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: No- Working on own account: Yes - State where employed: N/S

Thomas Whitaker  - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Nephew  - Single - Born: June 1897 - 13yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1911 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S 
WHITAKER, Ruth (I3933)
 
111 1906 - Sailed from Liverpool abourd the Virginian 22nd March 1906 arriving Halifax Nova Scotia 29th March 1906.

1911 - Returned from England with wife Ruth and Thomas Whitaker (14yrs)
Name: James Moore
Gender: Male
Age: 51
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1860
Date of Arrival: 1 Apr 1911
Vessel: Cairnrona
Port of Arrival: Portland, Maine
Port of Departure: Southampton, England
Roll: T-4690


Extracted from : http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/SplitView.jsp?id=40044
1911 5th Census of Canada - in the Province of Saskatchewan, District No.208 Battleford, ED No.23, in township 44-16-W.3rd :

James MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Head - Married - Born: Feb 1859 - 52yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: ? - Working on own account: Yes

Ruth MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Female - Wife - Married - Born: Oct 1861 - 49yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None  - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S - Working on own account: N/S

Charles MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Mar 1891 - 20yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Labourer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-9-00 - Employed: Yes - Working on own account: No - State where employed: Farm at home

Malcolm MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Oct 1896 - 14yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employed: N/S- Working on own account: N/S - State where employed: N/S

Alfred MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: July 1892 - 19yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: No- Working on own account: Yes - State where employed: N/S

Thomas Whitaker  - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Nephew  - Single - Born: June 1897 - 13yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1911 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S


((Ship Name: Cairnrona Years in service: 1900-1911 Funnels: 1 Masts: 4 Aliases: Albania (1911), Poleric (1912) Shipping Line: Thomson (British) Ship Description: Built by Swan & Hunter, Wallsend-on-Tyne, Newcastle, England. Tonnage: 7,682. Dimensions: 461' x 52'. Twin-screw, 11 knots. Triple expansion engines. Four masts and one funnel. History: Passengers: 50 first and 800 third. Service: England-Canada. Renamed: (a) Albania (1911), (b) Poleric (1912). Sold to Japan in 1929.00 
MOORE, James (I2129)
 
112 1906 - Sailed from Liverpool abourd the Virginian 22nd March 1906 arriving Halifax Nova Scotia 29th March 1906.

Extracted from : http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/SplitView.jsp?id=40044
1911 5th Census of Canada - in the Province of Saskatchewan, District No.208 Battleford, ED No.23, in township 44-16-W.3rd :

James MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Head - Married - Born: Feb 1859 - 52yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: ? - Working on own account: Yes

Ruth MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Female - Wife - Married - Born: Oct 1861 - 49yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None  - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S - Working on own account: N/S

Charles MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Mar 1891 - 20yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Labourer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-9-00 - Employed: Yes - Working on own account: No - State where employed: Farm at home

Malcolm MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Oct 1896 - 14yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employed: N/S- Working on own account: N/S - State where employed: N/S

Alfred MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: July 1892 - 19yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: No- Working on own account: Yes - State where employed: N/S

Thomas Whitaker  - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Nephew  - Single - Born: June 1897 - 13yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1911 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S

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Charles Whitaker went back to England 28th October 1921 (ex Montreal) to visit his father-in-law George Mansfield (129 High Street, Brentwood Essex) and returned with his wife Emmeline on the Melita landing at St John, New Brunswick 15th April 1923. 
MOORE, Charles Whitaker (I3934)
 
113 1906 - Sailed from Liverpool abourd the Virginian 22nd March 1906 arriving Halifax Nova Scotia 29th March 1906.

Extracted from : http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/SplitView.jsp?id=40044
1911 5th Census of Canada - in the Province of Saskatchewan, District No.208 Battleford, ED No.23, in township 44-16-W.3rd :

James MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Head - Married - Born: Feb 1859 - 52yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: ? - Working on own account: Yes

Ruth MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Female - Wife - Married - Born: Oct 1861 - 49yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None  - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S - Working on own account: N/S

Charles MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Mar 1891 - 20yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Labourer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-9-00 - Employed: Yes - Working on own account: No - State where employed: Farm at home

Malcolm MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Oct 1896 - 14yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employed: N/S- Working on own account: N/S - State where employed: N/S

Alfred MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: July 1892 - 19yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: No- Working on own account: Yes - State where employed: N/S

Thomas Whitaker  - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Nephew  - Single - Born: June 1897 - 13yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1911 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S 
MOORE, Alfred Guy (I3935)
 
114 1906 - Sailed from Liverpool abourd the Virginian 22nd March 1906 arriving Halifax Nova Scotia 29th March 1906.

Extracted from : http://automatedgenealogy.com/census11/SplitView.jsp?id=40044
1911 5th Census of Canada - in the Province of Saskatchewan, District No.208 Battleford, ED No.23, in township 44-16-W.3rd :

James MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Head - Married - Born: Feb 1859 - 52yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: ? - Working on own account: Yes

Ruth MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Female - Wife - Married - Born: Oct 1861 - 49yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None  - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S - Working on own account: N/S

Charles MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Mar 1891 - 20yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Labourer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-9-00 - Employed: Yes - Working on own account: No - State where employed: Farm at home

Malcolm MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: Oct 1896 - 14yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employed: N/S- Working on own account: N/S - State where employed: N/S

Alfred MOORE - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Son - Single - Born: July 1892 - 19yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1906 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: Farmer - Supplementary Occupation: 0-00-00 - Employer/Employed: No- Working on own account: Yes - State where employed: N/S

Thomas Whitaker  - Place: 44-16-W.3rd - Male - Nephew  - Single - Born: June 1897 - 13yo - Born in England - Immigrated 1911 - Canadian National - Religion: Anglican - Main Occupation: None - Supplementary Occupation: N/S - Employer/Employed: N/S

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Malcolm George enlisted in the CEF (Copy of Attestation Papers held ) on 20th March 1916 in (possibly) the CEF 188th Batallion.
Regiment No: 887205
The '188th (Saskatchewan) Battalion, CEF' was a unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War. Based in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, the unit began recruiting during the winter of 1915/16 throughout northern Saskatchewan. After sailing to England in October 1916, the battalion was absorbed into the 15th Reserve Battalion on January 4, 1917. The 188th (Saskatchewan) Battalion, CEF had one Officer Commanding: Lieut-Col. S. J. Donaldson. 
MOORE, Malcolm George (I3936)
 
115 1908 Manawatu Electoral Roll:  (State Library Victoria)
No on Roll : 4760 ; WILDBORE, Frederick Lee ; Awahuri Road ; Carpenter
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ex NZ WW1 Services Personnel & Reserves Index (NZSG - St John's Branch)
Surname : WILDBORE
Given Name : Frederick Lee
Category : Second Reserves
Last NZ Address : Church St Feilding
Occupation : Cycle Mechanic
Classification : F

Headstone reads:
In Loving Memory of our dear father and mother Frederick Lee Wildbore died 2 Dec 1934 aged 58; and Venus Mary Wildbore died 5 June aged 74 yrs. 
WILDBORE, Frederick Lee (I358)
 
116 1911 Census - Brentford, Middlesex
Elizabeth Mary Harwood - 25 yo
James Henry Harwood - 58 yo
Lucretia Mary Harwood - 65 yo 
HARWOOD, Elizabeth Mary (I2198)
 
117 1911 Census - Easthampstead, Berkshire
Charles Moore - 41 yo
Finetta Eliza Moore - 38 yo

Ex BerkFHS Monumental Inscriptions:

In Loving memory of FINETTA ELIZA beloved wife of CHARLES MOORE died Aug 5 1938 aged 65,
At rest also of  CHARLES MOORE died May 27 1954 aged 87 
MOORE, Charles (I2132)
 
118 1911 Census - Military
Registration District No. 641, Piece 34980 (India)
Emily Lucy Brickland was a 33yo wife based in India with her husband Charles Hampton.

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Probate was granted 13th July 1949 
STRINGER, Emily Lucy (I4107)
 
119 1911 Census - Rotten Row, Bradfield, Berkshire
Caroline Wigmore  - 56 yo
Tom William Wigmore  - 51 yo
Walter Gladstone Wigmore - 17 yo
Tom William Wigmore - 15 yo 
WIGMORE, Walter Gladstone (I3419)
 
120 1911 Census - Rotten Row, Bradfield, Berkshire
Caroline Wigmore  - 56 yo
Tom William Wigmore  - 51 yo
Walter Gladstone Wigmore - 17 yo
Tom William Wigmore - 15 yo 
WIGMORE, Tom William (I3420)
 
121 1911 Census : Source Citation: Class: RG14; Piece: 3443; Schedule Number: 401; .
Name:                    Charles Herbert Wildbore
Age in 1911:      10/12
Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1910
Relation to Head:      Son
Gender:      Male
Birth Place:      Brixton, London, England
Civil parish:      Mitcham
County/Island:      Surrey
Country:                      England
Street Address:      62 Seely Road, Tooting, London S W
Registration district:      Croydon
Registration District Number:      39
Sub-registration district:      Mitcham
ED, institution, or vessel:      23
Household schedule number:      401
Piece:                     3443 
WILDBORE, Charles Herbert (I4980)
 
122 1911 Census ex Find my Past - Ref:  RG14PN6662 RG78PN330 RD123 SD1 ED24 SN100

Name:                               Rel/ship   Marital Status: Yrs married:  Sex:  Age 1911:  Occupation:   Where born:
Moore, George -             Head        Widower                 n/s           M      60               Carter on Farm    BRK  Bradfield
Moore, Ernest George   Son           Single                      n/s           M     34                Carter on Farm    BRK  White Waltham
Moore, Albert                Grandson                                  n/s           M       5                School        BRK  White Waltham
Taylor, Annie                 Servant    Widow                    n/s            F      53                Housekeeper Domestic BRK Waltham St Lawrence

Address : Littlefield Green, White Waltham, Maidenhead
County : Berkshire
District  : Maidenhead
Subdistrict : Maidenhead
Enumeration : District 24

Note: Is Albert the Albert Moore born  Sep 1905
Moore Albert Maidenhead Vol: 2c, Page: 421 
MOORE, Ernest (I3325)
 
123 1911 Census: Source Citation: Class: RG14; Piece: 6583; Schedule Number: 49;
Name:                     Kate Moore
Age in 1911:      41
Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1870
Relation to Head:      Wife
Gender:      Female
Birth Place:      Stanford in the Vale, Berkshire, England
Civil parish:      Reading
County/Island:      Berkshire
Country:      England
Street Address:      75 Waldeck Street, Reading
Marital Status:      Married
Years Married:      13
Estimated Marriage Year:      1898
Registration district:      Reading
Registration District Number:      121
Sub-registration district:      St Giles
ED, institution, or vessel:      4
Household schedule number:      49
Piece:                      6583 
LAMBOURNE, Kate (I4977)
 
124 1911 England Census
Name:      Arthur Rumble
Age in 1911:      38
Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1873
Relation to Head:      Head
Gender:      Male
Birth Place:      Bradfield, Berkshire, England
Civil parish:      Bradfield
County/Island:      Berkshire
Country:      England
Street Address:      Marriners Bottom, Bradfield, Berks
Marital Status:      Married
Occupation:      Gardener Domestic
Registration district:      Bradfield
Registration District Number:      120
Sub-registration district:      Bucklebury
ED, institution, or vessel:      3
Household schedule number:      66
Piece:      6533

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Parish Register Death entry reads: Arthur William RUMBLE, Bradfield Village; 66 yrs
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RUMBLE, Arthur William (I3862)
 
125 1911 England Census
Residing at 6 Rupert Street, Birmingham, England
Brass Wire Straightener
Married, aged 29
Other person in household: Margaret Brickland aged 28
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1939 Midlands Electoral Registers, Duddeston  has at 96 Lupin Street:
Brickland, William Henry
Brickland, Margaret
Brickland, William John Charles
Brickland, James Robert
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1945 Midlands Electoral Registers, Duddeston has at 96 Lupin Street:
Brickland, William Henry
Brickland, Margaret
Brickland, William John Charles
Brickland, Lucy C
From this information it would appear that William J.C. and Lucy lived with parents after being married.
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Probate was granted 8th May 1950 
BRICKLAND, William Henry (I3153)
 
126 1911 England Census
Residing at 6 Rupert Street, Birmingham, England
Married, aged 28
Other person in household: William Henry Brickland aged 29
Birthplace stated as Birmingham
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1939 Midlands Electoral Registers, Duddeston  has at 96 Lupin Street:
Brickland, William Henry
Brickland, Margaret
Brickland, William John Charles
Brickland, James Robert
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1945 Midlands Electoral Registers, Duddeston has at 96 Lupin Street:
Brickland, William Henry
Brickland, Margaret
Brickland, William John Charles
Brickland, Lucy C
From this information it would appear that William J.C. and Lucy lived with parents after being married. 
STRINGER, Margaret (I5410)
 
127 1911 England Census:
Name:          Albert George Newton
Age in 1911:      3
Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1908
Relation to Head:      Son
Gender:      Male
Birth Place:      Sunninghill, Berkshire, England
Civil Parish:      Sunninghill
County/Island:      Berkshire
Country:      England
Street Address:      2 Carisbrooke Cottages, Bowden Road, Sunninghill, Ascot
Registration District:      Windsor
Registration District Number:      125
Sub-registration District:      Egham
ED, institution, or vessel:      19
Household Schedule Number:      288
Piece:      6703 
NEWTON, Albert George (I3391)
 
128 1930 US Census living at:
State of Illinios, Cook County, Chicago City, Ward 4 (Part), Bounded by (N) E. 48th; (E) Dorchester Ave; (S) Hyde Park Blvd.; (W) Woodlawn Ave. 
LINQUIST, Myrna Helena (I303)
 
129 1930 US Census living at:
State of Illinios, Cook County, Chicago City, Ward 4 (Part), Bounded by (N) E. 48th; (E) Dorchester Ave; (S) Hyde Park Blvd.; (W) Woodlawn Ave. 
CUMMINS, Albert Sheldon (I308)
 
130 1930 US Census living at:
State of Illinios, Cook County, Chicago City, Ward 4 (Part), Bounded by (N) E. 48th; (E) Dorchester Ave; (S) Hyde Park Blvd.; (W) Woodlawn Ave. 
CUMMINS, James Sheldon (I309)
 
131 1930 US Census living at:
State of Illinios, Cook County, Chicago City, Ward 4 (Part), Bounded by (N) E. 48th; (E) Dorchester Ave; (S) Hyde Park Blvd.; (W) Woodlawn Ave. 
CUMMINS, Charlotte (I310)
 
132 1935 Canada voters list - British Columbia, Victoria
1929 Ash Street, Victoria
Weston, Edward Oscar - Salesman
Weston, Mrs Edward (W) - married woman
Sandahl, Egnar Axel - Tallyman
Sandahl, Mrs Egnar (W) - married woman

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1940 Canada voters list - British Columbia, Victoria
2324 Richmond Road, Victoria
Sandahl, Carl A - Retired
Sandahl, Egnar A - Tallyman
Sandahl, Mrs Egnar A -
Sandahl, Elwood - Tallyman

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WESTON, Louise Rebecca (I231)
 
133 1935 Canada voters list - British Columbia, Victoria
1929 Ash Street, Victoria
Weston, Edward Oscar - Salesman
Weston, Mrs Edward (W) - married woman
Sandahl, Egnar Axel - Tallyman
Sandahl, Mrs Egnar (W) - married woman 
WESTON, Edward Oscar (I4363)
 
134 1935 Canada voters list - British Columbia, Victoria
1929 Ash Street, Victoria
Weston, Edward Oscar - Salesman
Weston, Mrs Edward (W) - married woman
Sandahl, Egnar Axel - Tallyman
Sandahl, Mrs Egnar (W) - married woman 
SPEAR, Rebecca Jane (I4364)
 
135 1939 Midlands Electoral Registers, Duddeston  has at 96 Lupin Street:
Brickland, William Henry
Brickland, Margaret
Brickland, William John Charles
Brickland, James Robert
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1945 Midlands Electoral Registers, Duddeston has at 96 Lupin Street:
Brickland, William Henry
Brickland, Margaret
Brickland, William John Charles
Brickland, Lucy C
From this information it would appear that William J.C. and Lucy lived with parents after being married. 
BRICKLAND, William John Charles (I4110)
 
136 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. JAMES, Lucy C. B. (I5409)
 
137 26 February 1955 refers to date of Interment (Ashes). GILL, Alfred George (I1718)
 
138 31 Aug 1887:
Baptism of Amelia Julia LEPROU  and Julia LEPROU in St Peters, Church of England, Akaroa.
They were baptized by Rev. A DAVIDSON.  He had a daughter Julia.
The sponsors were: The father and Julia DAVIDSON

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Federation CD (Victoria)  states Annie's death as 1892 Registration No 2990.

Buried 3 o'clock Tuesday 15th March 1892 in Presbyterian Section "O" - Melbourne General Cemetery
The Melbourne General Cemetery Map Ref: P7 - unmarked pauper grave
(Melbourne General Cemetery Office - 2 May 2007)

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Ex Akaroa Museum (email 11th March 2012):
Thanks for your enquiry.
.......  although Annie died in 1892, her death notice was not published in the Akaroa Mail until 19/9/1893.
It reads as follows.
Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume XXIII, Issue 1782, 19 September 1893, Page 2.
Death
Leprou - On March 12th 1892, in Melbourne Hospital, Annie Leprou, of typhoid fever, aged 19 years. Inserted by her sister, Mrs H. Buckland, Little River.'

Regards,*************************** 
LE PROU, Amelia Julia (Annie) (I12)
 
139 67yo inmate (married) in House of Mercy, Born in Scotland FRASER, Janet (I6445)
 
140 69yo inmate (widow) Born Scotland in the House of Mercy FRASER, Janet (I6445)
 
141 79yo inmate (widow) matron in House of Mercy, Born Edinburgh.
Children born alive stated as 2, Children who have died stated as 2. 
FRASER, Janet (I6445)
 
142 : 2556, Moore Bert, Bunnythorpe, Labourer, Residential MOORE, Herbert Hartfield Harman (I178)
 
143 : 4611 Moore, Bert, Bunnythorpe, Labourer MOORE, Herbert Hartfield Harman (I178)
 
144 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LE PROU, Jacques-Yves (I3030)
 
145

Hastings District Council Cemetery Details
(ex: Hastings District Council website):
Surname
DONKIN
First Name ALBERT EDWARD
Age at Death 90
Date of Death/Burial 04/06/2006
Address 3 KARANEMA DRIVE
District HAVELOCK NORTH
Occupation RTD TECHNICIAN
Block Name D
Plot Number 461
Site HASTINGS
Funeral Director T L S 
DONKIN, Albert Edward (I1434)
 
146  BRICKLAND, Hazel Vera (I345)
 
147  JANSSON, Magnus (I2435)
 
148  WILDBORE, Dr. Mathew Paul (I3168)
 
149 Ex New Plymouth District Council website :
Surname:
  WHEELER
Forenames:  George Frederick
Gender:  Male
Last Address:  Coronation Lodge Rest Home, Coronation Avenue, New Plymouth.
Age at Death:  94 Years
Date of Death:  14 Mar 2002
Category:  Burial
Funeral Director:  W Abraham Ltd., 374 Devon Street East, New Plymouth
Date of Burial:  18 Mar 2002
Cemetery:  AWANUI
Location in Cemetery:  Limited Lawn Block 16 0 Plot 183 
WHEELER, George Frederick (I2282)
 
150 Anchorage Daily News - 7 June 2006 
By PETER PORCO
Anchorage Daily News
(Published: June 7, 2006)
Conflicting clues found in recent days on Mount Foraker in Denali National Park have dumbfounded rangers and others searching for two women climbers overdue more than a week.
Tracks found Monday high on the peak and discovery last week of a backpack on avalanche debris low on the route have led to both pessimism and hopeful speculation about what happened to American Sue Nott and Canadian Karen McNeill.
The findings along Foraker's Infinite Spur route could mean that Nott, 36, and McNeill, 37, said to be top-rank mountaineers, could be alive somewhere high on the mountain.
The Infinite Spur, a steep spine of rock, snow and ice that demands the highest degree of technical climbing, arcs upward through the middle of 17,400-foot Foraker's south face.
Searchers Tuesday continued looking in helicopters close to the south face for the sixth day in a row without a hint of where the women might be, according to the National Park Service.
They had hoped to search the summit thoroughly but had to withdraw when clouds closed in late in the day, said Denali Park spokeswoman Kris Fister. Weather permitting, the search will resume today.
The pair started their climb May 14. They told friends they expected to be finished by about May 24. When they were not spotted in routine fly-overs on May 29 and 30, their friends and rangers became concerned, Fister said.
Over the past six days, searchers found some signs of the climbers; park rangers in Talkeetna and other mountaineers have analyzed them for indications of what might have befallen the pair, said Daryl Miller, the park's South District ranger.
Nott's backpack, for example, was discovered late last week on a pile of avalanche debris near 8,000 feet elevation in a glacial basin at the base of the Infinite Spur. Other camping gear -- a sleeping bag, a jacket, a small sack -- was strewn over the pile within 200 feet of the pack.
The crew aboard a LAMA high-altitude rescue helicopter used a hydraulic claw to pluck the pack off the debris field. They did not retrieve any of the other gear, rangers said.
The pack offered evidence that it had not been attached to Nott or McNeill when it apparently was taken down by an avalanche, Miller said.
"The waist-strap buckle was unbuckled -- it was not broken," Miller said Tuesday. "If there was a (climber's) fall, typically that clip would have been ripped off. Both the buckles of the chest strap and the waist strap were unbroken and open."
Miller conceded that a lost backpack, as well as an invaluable item like a sleeping bag, boded ill for the outcome.
"That's telltale," he said. Even if the pack had not been attached to a person, "it's still worrisome we found that pack, especially with a sleeping bag. You can't dismiss it. It probably compromised not only their warmth and sleeping, but ... it could have contained fuel canisters as well." Without fuel, the women could not melt snow for water.
The pack's bottom was torn but the tear was relatively minor, Miller said. Although Miller has seen packs that have fallen a long distance and sustained surprisingly little damage, the consensus of rangers and climbers, he said, was that Nott's pack had fallen from a relatively low elevation not long after she and McNeill had begun their ascent.
That scenario was based on the other set of clues -- the women's tracks, found near 15,800 feet and also, on Monday, at 16,400 feet, 1,000 feet below the summit.
The tracks encourage hope, Miller said, that the women lost the pack to a fall when setting it aside. Afterward, the climbers may have felt it was safer to go up the route and down the mountain in another direction than to climb down the Spur.
"It's uncertain why they continued on," Miller said. "Maybe they felt that up and over was less damaging than descent. The route is so difficult to begin with. It's very committing -- you have to make a decision (to go on rather than retreat)."
Foraker and nearby mountains were raked with strong winds between May 24 and May 29, according to Miller.
"We feel they were headed up during this wind event that took place over four to five days. ... If they climbed higher, to try to get out of the wind ... they might have found a small (crevasse to hide in) or accidentally fell into a crevasse. We don't know."
Miller said the searchers have not ruled out the possibility the women were swept away by an avalanche.
"The reason we think that's less (likely) is because the tracks are very obvious -- nobody's been on that route for two years," he said. "We believe personally some of those tracks would have been wiped out with an avalanche. It's a sign of hope when you see tracks that high."
The question, Miller said, therefore remains: Why aren't one or both of the women coming out of whatever snow cave or crevasse they're hunkered down in to wave at the passing helicopter?
About 10 years ago, a Polish climber spent days taking shelter in a crevasse at about 19,700 feet on McKinley. When weather allowed a helicopter to fly by, he got out and waved.
"We're not sure why they don't come out and wave," Miller said. "It's very worrisome." 
MCNEILL, Karen Marie (I3286)
 

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