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Maud Muriel Keen (nee Jones)
I am looking for information about my aunt born in 1915 and died in 1964. Her mother (my grandmother) was Sarah Ann Jones and they are buried in a joint grave in the Yardley Cemetery. She had two children, Carol who I believe has died and Laurie who emigrated to Australia. She had three sisters Minnie, Bessie Eileen ( my mother) and Mary. Her father was William John Jones who came from New Tredegar in South Wales but lived in Herefordshire where he met Sarah Ann (Pearce Bevan) from Kentchurch. I have been totally unable to find any information about William John who, apparently, left the family early on although there was some suggestion that he lived in Birmingham for some time. I would dearly love to uncover the full story and would welcome any help. Ken

Posted Jul 2017
Stechford, Worcestershire


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