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Date Posted: Sat, 25 Jan 2003, 20:36:15
Author: Lesley Goodwin
Subject: Green family deaths of daughters in 1918 flu' epidemic

Tracing the Green family tree and am back to Arthur Green m Sarah Spencer, sons Arthur, Tom, Bill, Fred and Leslie but unable to find their sisters who must have died in infancy, since no school records of them exist at Heeley Bank School with their brothers' ones.

There seems to be a link to the Beeley Family on Sarah Spencer's side - her maternal grandmother which I have found on the 1881 census, but have been unable to prove it so far.

Any help appreciated. Any questions I may be able to help with, please ask.

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