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Five Family Trees from both my sides of the family and my husband's family as well. Also included the Badcock side from my aunt.

The James family originally came from Chipping Campden, before moving to Birmingham for work. Other James families stayed in the area and some also moved down to Kent.

The Bowen name didn't start out life as Bowen but Bown/e. Only this side of the family changed the name. The family are originally from Leicestershire.

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Anniversaries
Deaths
Birthdays for 25 Jun 2021
Charles James - 1854
Andrew O Brown - 1886
Hettie Amelia Pearson - 1902
Gordon J Aitchison - 1905
Herbert John Roberts - 1917
Albert J Haywood - 1926
Nicolas Cleanthous - 1932
Jean Frances Meazza - 1935
Anniversaries for 25 Jun 2021
William Henry Yapp & Eliza Emily Green - 1891
Henry James Smithson & Rebecca Elizabeth Field - 1892
Deaths for 25 Jun 2021
Edward Haywood - 1864
Obadiah Brewster - 1918
Gerard James - 1929
William Reeder - 1945
Nellie May Gumbley - 1986
Henry T Gaddis - 1993
Dorothy Mary Jane James - 2017

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Individuals

Marshall, Ann
   b. 22 May 1803, Sancton, Yorkshire
Jackson, Ada Frances Broughton
   b. 2 May 1851, Darlinghurst, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Jackson, Honoria Tuffnell
   b. 7 Mar 1849, Battersea, London
Jackson, Emily Eden
   b. 30 Jul 1847, Battersea, London
Powell, Blanche Amy
   b. 16 Feb 1865, Edgbaston, Birmingham, Warwickshire
Spittal, James Reginald
   b. 1875, Banbury, Oxfordshire
Spittal, Francis Bernard
   b. 1880, Heywood, Lancashire
Spittal, Etheldred
   b. 1872, Leicester, Leicestershire
Spittal, John Grey Herbert
   b. 1869, Leicester, Leicestershire
Spittal, Margaret de Havilland
   b. 1868, Leicester, Leicestershire

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