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Fanny Frampton Foot b.1892.

Can you shed any light on what became of Fanny Frampton Foot? Fanny was the daughter of Elijah and Fanny Foot (nče Frampton), she was born in 1892 at Bexley Heath, Kent, England and sadly her mother Fanny died on the 12th September 1892 in The Cottage Hospital, Upton Road, Bexley Heath, Kent, as a result of burns caused by her dress accidentally catching fire. Young Fanny was last found in the 1901 census (RG13/89/144/9) - living in London - aged 9, with her widowed aunt - Annie Meaden (nče Frampton). If you can help with the story of Fanny's life since 1901 her Foot cousins would be very grateful.
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What happened to Edmund Lee?

Ann Lee was formery Ann Broad. Ann married Edmund Lee on the 25th December 1813 at St. Nicholas Church, Plumstead, Kent. I have assumed that Edmund died and at some point later, Ann and her children moved in with Thomas Hate. So far, I have been unable to find a record of Edmunds death, but a record of Ann's marriage to Thomas has been found, dated 21st June 1847 at St. Saviours, Southwark, Surrey. Any help with what happened to Edmund Lee would be most welcome.
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 Mystery Photos

Dolly Dulin?

This photograph was sent to me by a descendant of Mary Joan Pook (b.1825) sister to Catherine Pook (b.1831)who married William Ephraim Dulin. The photograph was taken at the studio of William Locke, 215 Regent Street, Westminster, during the period of 1874 to 1877, it has the name Dolly Dulin on the reverse. Do you know who Dolly Dulin could be?
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The Brewers Arms public house.

This group photograph was taken in the 1920's, outside of The Brewers Arms public house in Brook Street, Northumberland Heath, Erith, Kent. The landlord and his wife are pictured standing in the doorway, their names were Ethel and Bill Crutchington, they had the pub for 44 years. It has been suggested that the man in the bowler hat on the left is Percy Edward Jervis. It may be a long shot, but is there anybody who can provide any information about the people in this picture.
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