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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrywood View Post



    Try RG12/477 folio 39 pages 15-16 (Camberwell).
    Does the happy dance.
    I can fill in details on the family tree now, and when my brane has cooled down I can look at how to discover which of the many Edward Joseph's is the one that married Josephine. All exciting stuff though eh?

    ETA I looked first on Ancestry and the page number for the first page was given as 16. I tried to print from there but if I put the page into landscape the image went over two pages so I went to Find My Past where the page number is 15 and it prints on one sheet in landscape so now my elderly cousin can see it too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladkyis View Post
    ETA found the marriage then went to look at the deaths and realised that the Great War meant that a lot of Joseph surnames with E or Edward as the first name were there.
    There is this entry in the National Probate Calendar..

    JOSEPH Edward Mark of 55 Stanmer Park-road Brighton died 6 May 1921 at the Borough Sanitorium Brighton Administration Lewes 23 May to Josephine Joseph widow. Effects £175 4s. 5d

    And...

    Death Jun 1921 Steyning 2B 276
    JOSEPH, Edward M
    Age:43

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    That's brilliant Olliecat. I can search until my eyes drop out some days and find nothing - if it's for me. If I am searching for anyone else then I can find all sorts of things....... hmmmmm.

    Thank you Olliecat and Kerrywood and everyone for all the information so far. I will probably have more questions - sigh.
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