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Newspaper Clippings from Ramsgate, Kent EnglandThese English newspaper clippings were found in my grandmother's papers. Her mother Sarah Jane (Stead) Simpson lived in Ramsgate Kent England from her birth in 1862 to her death in 1952, and kept these clippings of births, deaths, marriages and memoriams from 1907 to 1922 (with gaps). Some are Births, Marriages and Deaths of my English ancestors. I decided to type all the clippings out to share these genealogy announcements with others who are searching for their English ancestry. Enjoy!
1912 Ramsgate Kent England Newspaper Clippings
MARRIAGESSIMPSON-STACE April 20 at the Baptist Chapel, Syndey NS Wlaes, by the Rev tinsley, Albert Edward Simpson, 2nd son of David George Simpson of 10 Chapel Place, Ramsgate, to Maud Victoria Augusta Stace, youngest daughter of Henry Chapman Stace of Maycroft, Ellingston, St. Lawrence [Lorine's English ancestors]
DEATHSALLISTON May 6 at 52 Alexandra Road, Ramsgate, William Alliston, aged 2 months
ANNING May 10 at 17 Belmont Street, Ramsgate, Jessie gardiner Anning, aged 36 years
DAVIS May 1 at Minster, John Davis of Ramsgate, aged 68 years
DEVERSON May 1 at Percey Road, Ramsgate, Marion Gladys Deverson, aged 9 years
GORHAM April 28 at 4 Dane Park Road, Ramsgate, Stanley Ernest Walter Gorham, aged 1 year 9 months
HORTON May 1 at 8 Muir Road, Ramsgate, Jane Horton aged 74 years
SOLLY May 4 at Montague Road, Ramsgate, Alfred Solly aged 15 months
SIMPSON May at Minster, Eliza Simpson of Margate aged 82 years
SIMMONS April 29 at Minster, Abegal [sic] Simmons, of Ramsgate, aged 72 years
WEBB May 4 at Townley STreet, Ramsgate, Herbert James Webb, aged 4 years
WILSOn May 4 at Minster, James Wilson of St. lawrence aged 68 years
WINTER April 29 at Minster, Hannah Winter of Margate aged 58 years
IN MEMORIAMIn loving memory of Thomas Hope, died May 6th, 1907. Thou are not forgotten father dear [rest of poem follows] We will remember thee, Charlie and Lonie
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