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1 https://www.sa.dk/ao-soegesider/en/billedviser?epid=21618957#396744,74416138 Vejle County, Uth Parish, Male baptisms 1853-1870, 1869 #11, p. 48 LAURITZEN, Kristian (I120)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family (F18)
 
3 From the Marriage Register for 1839-1899 for Kilkhampton Parish Church:
1863. Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Kilkhampton in the Count of Cornwall
Page 122
No. 243, When married - February 15th 1863, Richard Kempthorn, age 30, Widower, Laborer, residence at the Time of Marriage - Collerton, Kilkhampton, father's name - John Kempthorne, father's occupation - Laborer & Mary Johns, 24, Spinster, Residence at Time of Marriage - Hessaford, Kilkhampton, father's name - Richard Johns, father's occupation - Farmer
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after banns by me, [?] Grantham, Curate
This Marriage was solemnized between us, Mark of X Richard Kempthorn & Mary Johns in the Presence of us, Mary Ann [Kasly?] & Alex Trevin
Link to record on FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-6S67-T31?i=123&wc=3CBZ-3TT%3A138123201%2C139255401%2C139275201&cc=1769414

Their marriage was registered in the first quarter of 1863, Stratton registration district, Cornwall, Vol 5c, Page 6. I ordered a certified copy of this record in January 2022. It says:
1863. Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Kilkhampton in the County of Cornwall
No. 263. When Married - February 15th 1863.
Name and Surname - Richard Kempthorn. Age - 30. Condition - Widower. Rank or Profession - Laborer. Residence at the time of Marriage - Collerton, Kilkhampton. Father's Name and Surname - John Kempthorn. Rank or Profession of Father - Laborer
Name and Surname - Mary Johns. Age - 24. Condition - Spinster. Residence at the time of Marriage - Hessaford Kilkhampton. Father's name and Surname - Richard Johns. Rank and Profession of Father - Farmer.
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church after banns by me, [unreadable] Curate
This Marriage was solemnized between us, Mark of X Richard Kempthorn & Mary Johns in the Presence of us, Mary Ann Barly & Alfred Terwin 
Family (F52)
 
4 From the Register of Baptisms 1813-1837 for Kilkhampton Parish Church:
Page 77
BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Kilkhampton in the County of Cornwall in the Year 1831
No. 609 Baptized Decr 11th, Richard son of John & Sarah Kempthorne, abode - Collaton, father's occupation - Labourer, ceremony performed by John Davis
Link to record on FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QGLK-1F8Z 
KEMPTHORNE, Richard (I4296)
 
5 From the Register of Marriages 1839-1899 for Kilkhampton Parish Church:
1855. Marriage solemnized in the Parish Church in the Parish of Kilkhampton in the County of Cornwall
No. 181, When married - April 20th, Richard Kempthorn, age 22, Bachelor, Labourer, residence - Kilkhampton, father's name - John Kempthorn, father's occupation - Labourer & Mary Grace Martin, age 19, Spinster, Residence at the Time of Marriage - Kilkhampton, Illegitimate
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church by banns by me, Herbert Tuson, Curate
This Marriage was solemnized between us, The mark of X Richard Kempthorn & The mark of X Mary Grace Martin in the presence of us, John Kempthorn & The mark of X Sophia Gist
Link to record on FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-6S67-RST?i=92&cc=1769414 
Family (F82)
 
6 Link to Find a Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/231625373/richard-kempthorne KEMPTHORNE, Richard (I4296)
 
7 Link to Find a Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/233240057/mary-kempthorne JOHNS, Mary (I4359)
 
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family (F72)
 
9 A twin LAURITZEN, Marius (I122)
 
10 A twin LAURITZEN, Anton (I123)
 
11 Adopted by Margaret Petersen (1863-1945) and her husband Hans Christian Andersen (1905-1982). ANDERSON, Charles Edwards (I61)
 
12 Agnes did not marry.  CHRISTENSEN, Agnes Marie (I9)
 
13 Alberta grew up on her parents' farm at Lot 4, Concession 2 of North Dorchester Township. She was the youngest of a family of three girls and nine boys.
Alberta was a member of Putnam United Church, then Dorchester United Church.
She was a housewife most of her life. Alberta worked at St. Mary's Home for the Aged in London from 1952 to 1965.
Written by Marion Peterson using notes from Laurel Martin and other records 
GEORGE, Alberta Ellen (I152)
 
14 Allan lived at Lot 27, Concession 2 of Dereham Township in Oxford County until his family moved to N 1/2 Lot 2, Concession 2 in North Dorchester Township of Middlesex County in 1884.
Allan was a blacksmith in his early years, then a farmer. In 1909, he purchased 150 acres at E 1/2 and NW Lot 21, Concession 1 of North Dorchester Township. This land was sold in 1915.
He did not marry until he was 47. Allan and Mary lived on a farm just west of the village of Dorchester on Hamilton Road until the 1940s. It had a stone house, near where the golf course now is. (The house is no longer there.) He also lived in Westminster Township and London.
He was a member of Dorchester Methodist/United Church.
Written by Marion Peterson using land records, notes from Muriel Moore and church records 
RATH, Thomas "Allan" (I142)
 
15 Baptism record shows she was christened at home and died before being christened in the church.  CHRISTENSDATTER, Maren (I33)
 
16 Baptisms for 1810
Sloman, Nathaniel, Son of Richard Sloman & Hannah his Wife, Daughter of William Bray Octr 21st
Source: North Tamerton (Cornwall, England), Cornwall Parish Registers, "North Tamerton Baptisms & Burials 1769-1812," digital images, FamilySearch.org (accessed 30 Dec 2012) 
SLOMAN, Nathaniel (I3148)
 
17 Baptisms in 1745
William ye Son of Robt Bray & Sarah his wife, July 28

Source:England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67N4-31?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-JWT%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895203, North Tamerton, Baptisms, marriages, burials, 1698-1764, image 65 of 67; accessed 21 Mar 2022 
BRAY, William (I195)
 
18 Baptisms in 1749
Christian ye daughter of Robert Bray & Sarah his wife, Novembr 5th

Source: England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67FW-XF5?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-JWT%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895203, North Tamerton, Baptisms, marriages, burials, 1698-1764, image 66 of 67; accessed 21 Mar 2022 
BRAY, Christian (I257)
 
19 Baptisms in the Year 1752
Nathaniel Son of Robert & Sarah Bray was baptized Jany 16 [this has been transcribed as 18 by one indexer, but I believe it says 16 - MLP]

Source: England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67FW-XF5?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-JWT%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895203, North Tamerton, Baptisms, marriages, burials, 1698-1764, image 66 of 67; accessed 21 Mar 2022 
BRAY, Nathaniel (I258)
 
20 BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Kilkhampton in the County of Cornwall in the Year 1823
Page 43
No. 334 Augt 24, Mary Dr of John & Sarah Kempthorne, abode - Churchtown, father's occupation - Labourer, ceremony performed by J Davis
"England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QGLK-7PHZ : 9 March 2021), Mary Kempthorne, 24 Aug 1823; citing Baptism, Kilkhampton, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Cornwall Records Office, Truro. 
KEMPTHORNE, Mary (I85)
 
21 BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Kilkhampton in the County of Cornwall in the Year 1839
No. 51. May 19th, Fanny Ann Dr of Thomas & Harriett Cornish, abode - Churchtown, father's occupation - Labourer, ceremony performed by John Davis
Link to record on FamilySearch: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QGLK-786C 
CORNISH, Fanny Ann (I8781)
 
22 Baptized 1760
Elizabeth, the Daughter of Philip Bray, Yeoman, & Grace his Wife, November 30th
"England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QGLK-2B2S : 9 March 2021), Elizabeth Bray, 30 Nov 1760; citing Baptism, Kilkhampton, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Cornwall Records Office, Truro. 
BRAY, Elizabeth (I3904)
 
23 Baptized 1785
John the son of Thos. & Eliz Kimthorn Decb. 12th

Citation: "England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QGLK-G9H4 : 9 March 2021), John Kimthorn, 12 Dec 1785; citing Baptism, Kilkhampton, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Cornwall Records Office, Truro. 
KEMPTHORNE, John (I4283)
 
24 Baptized in the Year 1775
Elisabeth Daughter of William and Elisabeth Bray was baptized March 26th

England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67FW-65G?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-J4S%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895204
(North Tamerton Parish, Baptisms, burials, 1769-1812, image 3 of 21; accessed 21 March 2022) 
BRAY, Elisabeth (I197)
 
25 Baptized in the Year 1777
Hannah Daughter of William and Elisabeth Bray was baptized Octr. 5th

Source: England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67FW-65G?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-J4S%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895204
(North Tamerton Parish, Baptisms, burials, 1769-1812, image 3 of 21; accessed 21 March 2022) 
BRAY, Hannah (I5211)
 
26 Baptized in the Year 1779
William Son of William and Elisabeth Bray was baptized Octr. 31st

Source: England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67NW-9G?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-J4S%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895204 (North Tamerton Parish, Baptisms, burials, 1769-1812, image 4 of 21, accessed 21 Mar 2022) 
BRAY, William (I202)
 
27 Baptized in the Year 1785
John Son of William and Elisabeth Bray was baptized May 8th

Source: England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67FW-65G?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-J4S%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895204 (North Tamerton Parish, Baptisms, burials, 1769-1812, image 6 of 21; accessed 21 March 2022) 
BRAY, John (I203)
 
28 Baptized in the Year 1787
Tammy Daughter of William and Elisabeth Bray was baptized Jany 7th

Source: England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67FW-DSV?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-J4S%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895204 North Tamerton Parish, Baptisms, burials, 1769-1812, image 6 of 21; accessed 21 Mar 2022 
BRAY, Tammy (I204)
 
29 Baptized in the Year 1791
Nathanael Son of William and Elisabeth Bray was baptized June 12th

Source: England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67NW-9G?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-J4S%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895204, North Tamerton, Baptisms, burials, 1769-1812, image 7 of 21; accessed 21 Mar 2022 
BRAY, Nathanael (I205)
 
30 Birth record does not have a baptism which would indicate she died shortly after birth. I cannot find a death record for her in the parish register. CHRISTIANSDATTER, Helene Marie (I102)
 
31 Burial location not known. There are other family members buried at Mountview Cemetery, so he could be buried there without a marker.
The person who has posted a memorial at Find a Grave initially said he was buried at Find a Grave, then changed it to Ayr Cemetery. Link to record on Find a Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/223360486/john-kempthorne
[Note - the biography has errors and efforts are being made to correct them.] 
KEMPTHORNE, John (I8766)
 
32 Burials in the Parish of Kilkhampton in the County of Cornwall in the Year 1856
No. 77, John Kimthorn, Collaton, Kilkhampton, buried March 8, age 73 (sic), by whom the ceremony was performed - H Tason

Citation: "England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2Z4-2NGQ : 9 March 2021), John Kinthorn, 08 Mar 1856; citing Burial, Cornwall, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Cornwall Records Office, Truro. 
KEMPTHORNE, John (I4283)
 
33 BURIALS in the Parish of North Tamerton in the County of Cornwall in the Year 1831
No. 106 Hannah Sloman, abode - Bunnyfoot, d. Octr. 31, age 54, By whom ceremony was performed - RS Hawker, Curate

Source: FHL #005748162, England, Cornwall, North Tamerton, Bishop's transcripts Baptisms, marriages, burials 1813-1814, 1816-1837, 1813-1837; https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G93K-F7HS?i=98&cat=1833694, image 99 of 138; accessed 21 Mar 2020 
BRAY, Hannah (I5211)
 
34 Burials in the Year 1801
Elizabeth Bray Septr 17th

Source: England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67NS-7S?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-J4S%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895204; North Tamerton Parish, Baptisms, burials, 1769-1812, image 20 of 21; accessed 21 Mar 2022 
PENWARDEN, Elisabeth (I196)
 
35 Carl grew up at Lot 4, Concession B of North Dorchester Township.
Carl was active in the Sunday School programs at Putnam and Crampton United Churches.
Carl loved to perform and played banjo at family gatherings.
Carl's occupation was in electrical engineering. During retirement, he and Lynn lived near Goderich, Ontario. In his later years, he was challenged by heart troubles and was active as a volunteer with the Heart and Stroke Fund. 
RATH, Raymond "Carl" (I17)
 
36 Close relatives called him Jim, but otherwise he was known as James Rath. He used James Rath on his correspondence.
He lived at Lot 27, Concession 2 of Dereham Township in Oxford County until his family moved to N 1/2 Lot 2, Concession 2 in North Dorchester Township of Middlesex County in 1884.
Just after he married, James purchased his father's farm for $7,500.
James and Pearl were married by Rev. John Veale, a Methodist minister. Their witnesses were Allan Rath and Ethel Allison.
James and Pearl raised their children at N 1/2 Lot 2, Concession 2 until 1920. He sold this farm for $10,000 and purchased the McNiven farm just west of Putnam on the Hamilton Road consisting of 225 acres in Lot 4, Concessions A & B for $20,000.
The following information about their lives on this farm comes from their daughter, Luella (Rath) Elliott:
Growing up on the beautiful large, dairy "Maple Hill Farm" with my three brothers and sisters was wonderful! Although it involved a lot of hard manual labour without a milking machine, tractor and many years without hydro, we all helped to make it a success.
My father, James Rath, was an excellent manager and we learned good work ethics at a very early age. Everyone helped with the milking of cows except Velma and myself who took turns straining the milk twice, which was shipped to Findlay Dairy in Toronto. We grew our own fruits and vegetables which were invaluable for all the meals prepared for the large number of men who helped with the threshing and silo-filling. I remember the large clumps of bananas on stalks which were hung in the cellar which we could help ourselves to at any time.
As a family growing up we were exposed to lots of music as we had a player piano with many rolls and a gramophone with lots of records. My Dad could play the mouth organ and Jews harp very well and could dance the "Irish jig". Helen and I were given piano lessons and Frank the violin. Helen turned out to be a lovely piano and organ player but I quit as I was playing everything by ear. Joe had a beautiful singing voice and sang in Putnam Church choir along with my Mother, Helen and myself at different times.
Our social life was centred around the church. Sunday School in the afternoon, Church at night and Young Peoples once a month. The Clover Leaf Clas was a highlight consisting of unmarried young people. Russell Hutcheson was the leader for many years along with some of the ministers' wives.
Over the years, my Dad bought at least six farms, a store in Ingersoll and a lovely red brick house in Dorchester. They planned to retire there but due to my Mother's ill health were not able to do so.
James was a member of Putnam Methodist/United Church and served on the official board for many years.
James was also on the Putnam School Board. He wanted his daughters to attend high school in Ingersoll, but the Ingersoll School Board would only let them attend if James owned property in the town. As a result, he owned a store in Ingersoll for a while (where Jack's Department Store is now).
James and Pearl deeded Maple Hill Farm to their son Joe in April 1937 for $15,000.
The "lovely red brick house in Dorchester" was at Lot 5 North of Sage Street, Plan 351. They bought this house in March 1938 and sold it in July 1951.
His grandson, Gordon Rath, has fond memories of going everywhere with his grandfather - to visit James' father Joseph in Dorchester, to visit James' brother John in the Ontario Hospital, to pick up Luella when she was teaching and even to see the Dionne quintuplets. Gordon remembers his grandfather saying he had used a broad axe to cut logs for beams with his father.
In his later years, James lived with his son Joe`s family. He was in a nursing home in Ingersoll when he died of old age.
Written by Marion Peterson with contributions from Luella (Rath) Elliott, Gordon Rath and Irene (Rath) Hansford 
RATH, James (I70)
 
37 County of Waterloo, Division of Galt, #031171
Kempthorne, Fanny Cornish, female, died January 4th 1911, age 76 years, b. England, place of death - S Water Street, Galt, Housekeeper, widow, name of father - John Kempthorne (sic), birthplace of father - England, attended by Dr A Thomson, certified by G J Little
Medical Certificate of Death - I hereby certify that I attended the deceased Kempthorn Mrs. from Jany 1st 1911 to Jany 4th 1911 and last saw her alive on Jany 2nd 1911 2.30 PM. Cause of Death - Primary - Old age & Weakness, Immediate - Grippe Pneumonia for Five days. Physician - Dr Adam Thomson, Galt on January 5th 1911
Link to record on Ancestry: https://www.ancestry.ca/discoveryui-content/view/99318834:8946 
CORNISH, Fanny Ann (I8781)
 
38 Curnel did not marry and had no known children.  CHRISTENSEN, Cornielius (Curnel) (I10)
 
39 Documentation to confirm where she is buried has not yet been found. She might be buried in Mountview Cemetery in an unmarked grave as other family members are buried there.
The person who created a memorial at Find a Grave had Mountview Cemetery, then changed it to Ayr Cemetery.  
CORNISH, Fanny Ann (I8781)
 
40 Ed George farmed many years on a farm in the Mossley area. When he retired from the farm, they moved to Ingersoll where his first wife died. Later years while there, he helped a veterinary doctor part time.
Written by Luella Elliott 
GEORGE, Edwin Murray (I2672)
 
41 Eliza grew up on her parents' farm at Lot 10 Concession A of North Dorchester Township (currently #2494 on the Cowpath Road north of Hamilton Road). She was the oldest in a family of five girls and two boys.
She was a member of the Putnam Methodist Church and transferred her membership to Dorchester Methodist Church when they retired to Dorchester.
Eliza kept a family Bible. It is currently in the possession of Marguerite Bosomworth.
Eliza died of pernicious anemia, a condition in which the body does not make enough red blood cells due to a lack of vitamin B12 in the body. She would have felt tired and weak because her body was not getting enough oxygen. At the time, no cure was known and as it progressed she would have had serious problems with her heart, nerves and other parts of her body. According to the death notice in the paper, she had been in poor health for some time, but it was not thought serious until she was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital in London for treatment. She passed away suddenly in the hospital at age 59.
Written by Marion Peterson with contributions by Marguerite (Young) Bosomworth 
CAPSTICK, Eliza Ann (I73)
 
42 Elizabeth ye daughter of Robert Bray & Sarah his wife was baptized June 5th 1734

Source: England, Cornwall Parish Registers, 1538-2010; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-67NW-V8?cc=1769414&wc=3CBZ-JWT%3A138123201%2C140172501%2C1582895203, North Tamerton, Baptisms, marriages, burials, 1698-1764, image 63 of 67; accessed 21 Mar 2022 
BRAY, Elizabeth (I253)
 
43 Elmer grew up on his parents' farms, first at N 1/2 Lot 2, Concession 2, North Dorchester Township, then at Lot 4, Concession B. He was the oldest in a family of four boys and four girls.
Elmer and Elva were married by Rev. John W. Button of the United Church of Canada. Wilfred H. George of Mossley and Miss E. Spinks of Woodstock were their attendants.
Elmer was a member of Putnam United Church, then Dorchester United Church.
Elmer farmed near Putnam on a 75 acre parcel of land at Lot 6, Concession 1 (south of the 401 Highway where the weigh scales are now). They moved to Dorchester in 1940. They sold the farm in 1952 and moved to 137 Sydenham Street, London.
Written by Marion Peterson using notes from Harley Rath and Laurel Martin and other records 
RATH, Elmer Allen (I149)
 
44 Elva taught school for many years.
She was a member of the United Church. She taught Sunday School and played the organ at Putnam United Church.
She remarried after Frank's death. She and Pat Jarvis lived at Glencoe. 
AXFORD, Elva Grace (I155)
 
45 English Civil Birth Registration:
Superintendent Registrar's District - Truro
Registrar's District - Probus
1865. BIRTHS in the District of Probus
No. 169. When Born - Fifth June, 1865. Probus; Name, if any - Thomas Joslin.; Sex - Boy; Name and Surname of Father - Richard Kempthorne; Name and Maiden Surname of Mother - Mary Kempthorne, formerly Johns; Rank or Profession of Father - Farm Labourer; Signature, Description, and Residence of Informant - Mary Kempthorne, Mother, Probus; When Registered - Twenty ninth June, 1865
[Ordered from GRO in November 2021 - information came from FreeBMD website - births in second quarter of 1865, Truro District, Book 5c, page 172] 
KEMPTHORNE, Thomas Joslin (I110)
 
46 Fanny A. Cornish, age 11, is living with her parents.
Link to record on FamilySearch.org: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:SGKJ-35X?from=lynx1UIV8&treeref=LZ6K-NM8 
CORNISH, Fanny Ann (I8781)
 
47 Fanny Cornish, age 2, is living with her parents at Kilkhampton.
Link to record on FamilySearch.org: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MQBQ-4ZB?from=lynx1UIV8&treeref=LZ6K-NM8 
CORNISH, Fanny Ann (I8781)
 
48 Find a Grave memorial 133158907: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/133158907/alice-christine-peterson THORNE, Alice Christine (I4)
 
49 Find a Grave memorial 158903676: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/158903676/walter-edward-petersen_peterson  PETERSEN / PETERSON, Walter Edward (I3)
 
50 Frank grew up on his parents' farms, first at N 1/2 Lot 2, Concession 2, North Dorchester Township, then at Lot 4, Concession B.
Frank played on hockey teams when he was growing up.
Frank was a member of the Putnam United Church and the board of trustees, the Canadian Order of Foresters and IOOF Lodge of Harrietsville.
He farmed on the Hamilton Road just west of Putnam at Lot 5, Concession B.
Frank died as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident at White's Bridge east of London.
Written by Marion Peterson using notes from Luella Elliott and other records 
RATH, Frank Homer (I150)
 

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