- From: "Malvary in Ottawa" <malvaryj@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 09:51:52 -0400
"Just a visitor" <visitor@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
I sent this last night, but it doesn't seem to have shown up.
"Peter" <beetle63@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
PETERS / DAWS
I have a letter from two spinster sisters (Agnes and Elizabeth PETERS)
written in 1922 in which they state they had
moved to live with their cousin (a retired Schoolmaster, due to ill
health) and his wife. The address used was 364
Hanworth Road, Hounslow.
The sisters died in 1930 (February and November) aged 83 and 74
respectively and both certificates show the informant
to be -" F. W. DAWS, cousin, in attendance, 61 Whitton Road, Hounslow."
Having researched their mother's line (WELLS) I can't find any evidence
of an F. W. DAWS connection. Perhaps their
father (Daniel PETERS) had a sister though I haven't been able to trace
either his parents or siblings, so this DAWS
may be a breakthrough needed to continue the search.
In 1901 the two sisters (born in Lambeth) were living on High Street, Esher,
Surrey. Agnes (b. 1847) and Elizabeth (b.1856) were 'Living on Means'.
There is a Frederick W. Daws (born in Hounslow) age 19 living with his
parents and a whole slew of siblings at 47 Holloway Street, Hounslow, North.
1881 census shows the two sisters living with their parents on High Street,
1871 census has the family including 2 sons still living on High Street.
1861 same except there is a third son.
1851 living at Vauxhall Row, Lambeth only 3 children born at this stage.
1841 must be them Daniel Peters and Charlotte Wells, working at Eaton Place,
Belgrave (married Jun qtr of 1843)
I kept checking hoping that I might find a sister, or parent living with
them, but no luck.
Malvary in Ottawa
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