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red mail JEAN dit SAUSSAY
Louise Marie Julienne Isabel JEAN dit SAUSSAY was born Paris, ca 1851. Her father was Louie Jean Marie JEAN dit SAUSSAY, Architect. In 1876, LMJI married Robert George LANE, son of John LANE of the Wenlock Brewery, Hoxton. They had one son, Maurice LANE, born 1877, Alton, Hants. Robert died in 1880, and LMJI married Percy JT SYMES in 1884. They had one daughter, Mabel Violette, born 1885. Mabel married Reginald Emerson Hilton JOHN in 1905. After a divorce Mabel married at Paddington in 1915 Harry William MAGRATH, a Capt. in the Army. Harry was born Birmingham area in 1885, parents William & Clara. They later lived in Bedfordshire. Mabel & her widowed mother were living in Brighton at the beginning of WW2, although LMJI died in Blackpool in 1941, aged 90.
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Maurice LANE was born 1877 at Alton Hampshire, of parents Robert George LANE and Louise Marie Julienne Isabelle JEAN dit SAUSSAY. The family lived at St.Thomas's Road, 49 Finsbury Park, and after Robert's death in 1880, at 3 Moreland Villas, Hornsey Rise, Islington. LMJI later remarried to SYMES, but I can find no record of what happened to Maurice. He cannot be found on the 1901 census.
red mail john william barnes
hoping someone can help with info on john william barnes born at islington middlesex in 1855 he married anne eliza may born in islington 1854 they had children lydia, gustave, gertrude and lawrence and left engalnd for australia in 1883. i would liketo hear from anyone who may be able to help with johns father.

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