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Lillian Allcock Emma Martin Mini tree diagram

Thomas Allcock 2

Life History


Occupation Agricultural labourer.2


Resident in Harris's Yard, Arnold.2

28th Aug 1886

Birth of daughter Lillian Allcock in Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England.3

28th Jun 1913

Occupation Labourer.1

Other facts


Married Emma Martin.2


  • 1. Marriage certificate (Lillian Allcock m:1913) obtained from Family Records Centre.
  • 2. Birth certificate Lillie Allcock b: 1886 obtained from Family Records Centre.
  • 3. Long birth certificate obtained from Family Records Centre.

Supporting Evidence

Birth Certificate of Lillie Allcock born 1886

birth ceritifcate of Lillie Allcock
No: Where and when born Name Sex Name of father Name of mother Occupation of father Signature description and residence of informant When registered Signature of registrar
369 Twenty-eighth August 1886 Harris's Yard Arnold U.S.? Lillie Girl Thomas Allcock Emma Allcock formerly Martin Agricultural Labourer X The Mark of Emma Allcock Mother Harris's Yard Arnold Fourth October 1886 E.J. Coates Registrar

Marriage Certificate of Leonard Surgey & Lillie Allcock married 1913

marriage ceritifcate of Leonard Surgey
1913 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish
of Arnold in the County of Nottingham
No. When Married Name Age Condition Profession Residence Father's Name Profession
445 Twenty-eighth June 1913 Leonard Surgey 29 Batchelor Miner Duke Street William Henry Surgey (deceased) Stoker
Lillie Allcock 26 Spinster - The Chestnuts Front Street Thomas Allcock Labourer
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England after Banns by me,
This Marriage was solemnized between us, Leonard Surgey
Lillie Allcock
in the Presence of us Ethel Surgey
William Allcock
R.W.King. Vicar.
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