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    No. My Martha Brunning married a Mr. Hall who promptly died and then she re-married a Sidney Johnson.

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    1868 death in Marylebone 01A for Elizabeth Brunning with year of birth 1792 presumed from age at death. Elizabeth noted as 64 in the 1861 census so room for error of a year or two. Daughter Martha was living in the Parish of Paddington, borough of Marylebone in the 1861 census.

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    Audrey - don't forget when ordering death certificates for 1837 - 1957 you can order PDF versions for £6.00 till the end of next week. Cost rises to £7.00 on 16 February.
    https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/c...es/default.asp

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    Thank you - I do order PDFs and was aware the price was going up but had forgotten it was so soon. It's just gone to the top of the 'to do' list!

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