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Family of Thomas RYLANCE b Manchester, England 1844

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Family of Thomas RYLANCE b Manchester, England 1844

Posted: 18 Nov 2004 4:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 15 May 2012 3:01PM GMT
Surnames: Rylance
Hello everyone,
I'm doing my best to trace my Rylance forbears, and have got as far back, via my grandfather John Frederick, g grandfather Arthur Charles, and g-g grandfather Thomas, born 1844 in Manchester to his father Thomas, born 1819.

My problem is that I have lost several of Thomas (1844)'s children: namely a Ronald Victor (b 1889), a Frederick J (born 1880 ish), and an Albert Edward (b 1877). I do know that Frederick was warder in the lunatic ward of St George the Martyr District Workhouse in 1901, probably having lied about his age (he was 21, said he was 25); Ronald Victor (b 1889) was at the King Edward's school for destitute boys in Witley, Surrey, training to be a musician, but I have no idea what happened to him after that. Did he emigrate? Are any of you guys descended from him?

In 1901, Albert appears as a flour millers salesman in Worthing E Sussex, but since then, nothing- no death detaills, marriage certificate or any other concrete info.

Any help appreciated.
Regards

Eleanor

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