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    Default EDWARDS, Jesse Henry - 2 sons died 1915

    Mis-filed in the MAR section of the WW1 Service Records (WO 363):

    2 Death Certificates (& Registrar's invoices) for the sons of Jesse Henry EDWARDS, Sapper 68963 Royal Engineers, married to Mary Jane. Home address Wolverhampton.

    - Jesse William, age 2y, measles.
    - Francis, age 10 months, broncho-pneumonia.

    They died within days of each other (16 & 29 May 1915)

    Anc****y, MAR, pages 60455-60462

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    There's only 1 marriage on FreeBMD with those names - JHE to Mary Jane Williams, 1904 Wolverhampton.
    That couple is in the 1911 census for Wolverhampton Eastern. He's a bricklayer, b. Aldershot abt 1878. It says 4 kids born alive, 3 still living, but only 2 are listed - Ivy (2) and Bernard (11 months).

    JHE is not on the CWGC database, so must have survived the War.

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