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JOINER in South Africa (from Norfolk)

William JOINER
Labourer at a gas manufactory at Norwich, NFK in 1855, (1)
mar Martha RYLANCE, probably Q3 1848 at Norwich, NFK (4) and had issue:-

  1. Mary Ann JOINER born Q2 1850 at Norwich, NFK (4)
  2. Sarah JOINER born Q3 1854 at Norwich, NFK (4)
  3. William George JOINER* born 11 Nov 1855 at Norwich, NFK (1)
    died 11 Aug 1918 at Chesham Bois, BKM (2)
    bur at Denham, BKM (2)
    platelayer at Marsham, NFK in 1881, (3)
    was with the 16th Lancers in India,
    became a signalman on the Great Eastern Railways and was foreman at Trowse and Hartling stations,
    joined the liquor trade and had a pub called the Woolpack Inn in Norwich, NFK, (2)
    mar Maria COE [dau Will & Susan COE, born 1855 at Oulton, NFK (3), died 12 May 1937 (2)] and had issue:-

    1. William JOINER born 31 Oct 1879 at Norwich, NFK, (2)
      died 11 May 1952 at Johannesburg, RSA (2)
      railway inspector,
      trained horses after leaving school,
      emigrated to South Africa aboard SS Dunera, 06 Nov 1900,
      lived at 9 Railway Avenue, Braamfontein, Johannesburg in 1919,
      lived at 2 Hancock Street, Doornfontein, Johannesburg in 1939, (2)
      mar (1) Edith M. HEAVINGHAM [dau William A. & Ellen M. HEAVINGHAM, born 23 Jan 1880 at Islington, MDX, died giving birth to twins] and had issue:-

      1. William Ernest Heavingham JOINER (twin)
      2. twin

      mar (2) Violet Manet RICHARDSON [dau Walter RICHARDSON (born SANGER) & Lucy MANET, born 23 Jun 1891 at Pretoria, RSA, died 21 Jul 1939 at Johannesburg, RSA] and had issue:-

      1. Edith Violet JOINER born 1910, died 1967 (2)
      2. LIVING**
      3. Douglas Cecil JOINER born 1919, died 1992 (2)

      mar (3) Maria Elizabeth Van WYK, 30 Jan 1943 at Johannesburg, RSA (2)

    2. George JOINER died 1952,(2)
      postman (2)
    3. Adelaide JOINER died 1944 (2)

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Notes:

* I am particularly interested in this individual given his place of death in Chesham Bois, BKM.

** LIVING - denotes a member of the family still alive whose name has been supressed because of the implications of the Data Protection Act 1998!

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Sources:

  1. General Register Office Certificate
  2. Correspondence
  3. 1881 Census of Marsham, NFK (RG11/1939/79)
  4. General Register Office indexes
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