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251 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BRABON/EVENNETT, Jennifer Marcia (I0747)
 
252 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BRABON/EVENNETT, Sarah E (I0748)
 
253 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GHENT, Raymond Vincent (I0001)
 
254 When Richard Paterson married Alice Hunns he was a widower. PATERSON, Richard (I2680)
 
255 When Stanley Ghent married May Taylor in 1942 they set up home first at No. 20 and then shortly after at 36 Bensham Grove, Thornton Heath, Surrey. In 1952 they moved to 2, Lansdowne Road, Croydon, Surrey and in 1961 moved to 36, Ferndale Road, South Norwood, London S.E.25. There followed moves to West Street, Carshalton, Surrey(general store); Brighton, Sussex(1. confectioners)(2. Three Jolly Butchers PH), North Street; Farncome, Surrey(The Cricketers PH); Kingston, Surrey(Working Mens Club); Merton Surrey(Working Mens Club); on retirement they moved to Mitcham, Surrey(1. West Street)(2. Glebe Path). GHENT, Stanley Cyril (I0006)
 
256 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1992
 
257 Wilfred was "Mentioned In Despatches" - see London Gazette 25/10/1945, page 5212 and recieved the 'Oak Leaf' Gallantry Award. He was also captured and made a Prisoner of War, POW No. 11875 and sent to Stalag 357, Oerbke (Nr Fallingbostel). DISBURY, Wilfred Albert Ronald (I0491)
 
258 William was Baptised as William Charles Standingford SIMMS. His parents did not marry until 1910. STANDINGFORD, William Charles (I2258)
 
259 William was Baptised as William Charles Standingford SIMMS. His parents did not marry until 1910. STANDINGFORD, William Charles (I2258)
 
260 William's Birth Certificate shows his date of birth as 15th February 1899, however, his actual date of birth was 30th Dec 1898. This came about because his parents could not afford the registration fee earlier and therefore gave a later date to avoid prosecution. GOOD, William Frederick (I0010)
 
261 With husband Ernest she was a great supporter of local issues, including getting a subway under the newly formed Archway Road; much to the annoyance and cost to Islington Council. GHENT, Alice Elsie (I2516)
 
262 Witness at Edward's marriage to Jessie Ada was Mr Alfred Jacobs, guardian to his son Augustus, while he was serving in the armed forces. COUVES, Edward James (I0305)
 
263 Witness to James Clarke and Julia Eliza Spinners marriage in 1888  CLARKE, Sarah (I0110)
 

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