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Annie BurrellAge: 76 years19001977

Name
Annie Burrell
Surname
Burrell
Given names
Annie
Birth 8 May 1900 37 32
Birth of a brotherCharles Frederick Burrell
1902 (Age 19 months)
Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Ann Walker
15 May 1912 (Age 12 years)
Source: D.Cert
Citation details: 1912 jun qtr Toxteth Park 8b/243
Note: Reported by her daughter who was at her bedside. Sarah Laynan
Birth of a daughter
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Frances ‘Nancy’ Stephenson
6 August 1921 (Age 21 years)
Death of a daughterFrances ‘Nancy’ Stephenson
1976 (Age 75 years)

Censusyes

Publication: RG14PN22672 RG78PN1328 RD455 SD11 ED19 SN345
Quality of data: questionable evidence
Death 1977 (Age 76 years)

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Marriage: 11 November 1889St James Church, Walton on the Hill, Lancashire
2 years
elder brother
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elder brother
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elder sister
2 years
elder brother
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elder brother
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elder brother
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CensusCensus 1911 (3rd April) 4 Wright Terrace, Wavertree, Liverpool
Publication: RG14PN22672 RG78PN1328 RD455 SD11 ED19 SN345
Quality of data: questionable evidence
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The following is from Carole Chapple: It is my husband who is related to the Burrell family through his grandmother Annie, but I have been married to him for 35 years and spent many happy times at his grandmothers home in Orford Street, Wavertree, Liverpool where she lived with her brother Jack. They were a really grand couple. She never went out of the house after she was about 30, through tinitus. Perhaps today we might call it agoraphobia. And so she lived her life inside this home which was very victorian. There were the original bells for the servants and pictures and ornaments everywhere. The meal times were very precise and everything had to be done correctly. The table set with all the tea things. I used to dread shopping for them as they would send me all the way on the bus to Gatacre for a pound of beef "put through the mincer twice please" then all the way to the city centre to Marks and Spencers for their lemon sponge cake! I''d only intended popping to their little corner shop. Right at the end of Annie''s life she suddenly agreed to come out with us and quite enjoyed a little run in the car. So it was very nice that she managed to attend our wedding in 1971. Her brother Jack was a wonderful man. Never married with no children of his own he was like a grandfather to us all and a real gent. Hope to hear from you again. Regards Carole