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    #21
    Do you know where they were buried? Jewish headstones have great genealogical information.
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      #22
      Originally posted by keldon View Post
      Following on for the possible marriage in 1931.

      Joseph Barron marries May E Payne
      Sept 1931
      Bethnal Green
      Vol 1c Page 360
      https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QV8Q-F9RT


      Birth of child:
      Name: Marrian E Barron
      Registration Quarter: Jan-Feb-Mar
      Registration District: Stepney
      Inferred County: London
      Mother's Maiden Name: Payne
      Volume Number: 1c
      Page Number: 187
      https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVQZ-DTCT#

      You need to buy the marriage certificate to confirm Joseph's parents.
      Thank you so much. I have been so confused about this. This definitely ties in with the photo I found on ancestry.

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        #23
        Originally posted by GallowayLass View Post
        Maybe this is her without the E?
        17 Campers Avenue, Letchworth, Hertfordshire.

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        Thank you so much for all your help today. Your guys are all great at this.

        Esther

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          #24
          Originally posted by PhotoFamily View Post
          Do you know where they were buried? Jewish headstones have great genealogical information.
          I am afraid I don't. My Grandfather never spoke about his Mothers side of the family as she died before he was a year old. I never know if he had contact with them after she passed away.

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            #25
            Hi all,

            Thank you so much for your help on this. I think I can discount the Rosenberg surname and stick with his wife being Maise/May and his daughter being Marrian. These match in with the names from the photo that someone has put on Ancestry. I have already emailed the member 3 times without a response so I don't really feel I can message again.

            I think I will order a marriage certificate for Joseph and Maisie/May - or would guys go another route? Part of me wants to spend time trying to go back further and then part of me wants to spend time looking for family from the Barron side who are alive today.

            Thank you all so much for your help. I am sure I will be back with more questions

            Esther

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              #26
              If you are sure about Mar(r)ion being correct then I’d start with the marriage to May E PAYNE and the 1979 death cert of Joseph BARON.

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                #27
                There’s a possible marriage of the daughter in 1958. Again there’s spelling variations! 1 R in forename and 2 in surname.
                There was a 1957 one but that one checks out as Marian Elsie Tansley in the death indexes.

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