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    No .Sorry. no 195 is at the far other end of the street. On the map below 95 is in blue, 195 is in red[IMG]

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    I'm back with death certificate in hand (or on screen! I hope it's okay to post, too) My John Smith is definitely the one who was 59 when he died - so, I have given that wall a solid kick and may have made a very tiny baby step toward working out where he was born in Staffordshire. - if he was 59 in December 1859 - then he was *definitely* born in 1800! Surely that will narrow it down a bit?!?!?! His dad is also called John Smith - how hard could it be

    Can anyone with more experienced eyes than me work out what he died from?

    Jodi

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    Phthisis. Pulmonary tuberculosis or a similar wasting disease according to a dictionary on Google search.
    Last edited by Squaredancer; 29-06-2022 at 1:17 PM. Reason: Missed a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squaredancer View Post
    Phthisis. Pulmonary tuberculosis or a similar wasting disease according to a dictionary on Google search.
    Thankyou!

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