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Old 23-04-10, 07:41
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Default William John Carter (FFMF)

Name - "official" name and what they were known as: William John Carter

Date and place of birth: 20th September 1875 in Eversholt, Bedfordshire

Names of parents: John Carter & Jane Evans

Date and place of baptism - Not Yet Found

Details of each of his or her marriages:
Agnes Irons on the 6th March 1897 at St Mark's, Mosborough, Derbyshire. Witnesses were William Edward Fletcher & Elizabeth Attenborough.

Occupation(s) - Brick Layer

Addresses where they lived:
1881: 54 Fowler Street, St Werburgh, Derby, Derbyshire - aged 5, with parents.
1891: Springfield Lane, Ripley, Derbyshire - Aged 15, with parents.
1901: Stone Street, Mosborough, Derbyshire - aged 25, with wife Agnes.
1911: 20 School Street, Mosborough, Derbyshire - aged 35, with wife Agnes and four children.
1939: Greenbank House, Meadow Hall, Rotherham (Wincobank/Blackburn area on Sheffield boarder)

Date, place and cause of death: 22nd February 1959 in the Blackburn area of Rotherham/Sheffield boarder.

Date and place of burial / cremation: 26th February 1959 at Shiregreen Cemetery, Sheffield

Details of will / administration of their estate - Held 27th Apr 1959 in Wakefield. William John Carter of 2 Talbot Cottages, Blackburn, Rotherham. Probate to The Yorkshire Penny Bank Limited. Effects £1042, 8s, 6d

Memorial inscription - In loving memory of our dear parents Agnes Carter & William J Carter
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Old 23-04-10, 13:44
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Mmmm can't find a certain death in Derbyshire. Any idea if they left Derbyshire for elsewhere?
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Old 23-04-10, 13:48
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Just a thought, did he serve in WW1?
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Old 23-04-10, 13:52
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There is a death in Chesterfield district for a William Carter (no middle name).

Dec qtr 1943 aged 67
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Old 23-04-10, 20:35
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Hi Margaret

Many thanks for looking at my William's death. The one you found may be worth investing in the certificate. I did wonder if it would be registered without the middle name, even though he used it on everything else.

His wife Agnes died in Blackburn which is a district on the border of Sheffield and Rotherham which could suggest he didnt died in Derbyshire either.

I dont believe he served in WW1.

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