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7. Edward Henry JOHNSON [Parents]. Born 9/11/1868 in St George in the East & baptized there 29/11/1868. It is not known when he died. Occupation: Paper hanger. On 10/1/1903, when Edward Henry was age 34, he married Sarah BARTINGALE, daughter of William Samuel BARTINGALE, a Railway guard, at St Michael’s Church, Battersea. Sarah was born about 1881 in Kew. It is not known when she died. They had the following children:
(1) Florence, born about 1905 in Walthamstow. (2) Edward, born about 1906 in Tooting. (3) Frances, born 1910 in Shadwell.
8. James Robert JOHNSON [Parents]. Born 28/12/1864 in St George in the East. By the time of his marriage in 1885 James Robert was calling himself “Robert James” & that remained the case for the rest of his life. He died 6/8/1936 in The German Hospital, Dalston, age 71. Cause of death: Carcinoma of pancreas, certified by W. B. Purchase, Coroner for County of London, after post mortem without inquest. Death reported by his daughter Ethel Ling, 21 Mildmay Street, Islington. He was buried on 13/8/1936 in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington. Occupation: Tobacco cutter. On 27/11/1885 when Robert James was 20, he married Frances Elizabeth PARRIS, daughter of William PARRIS & Mary LUCHFORD, in Maidstone, Kent. Born 11/9/1865 in Upper Halling, Frances Elizabeth died 8/1/1931, age 65. She was buried 24/1/1931 in Abney Park Cemetery, Stoke Newington. They had the following children:
(1) Mary Florence, born 22/4/1887 in Maidstone, died 7/1/1973 in Frome, Somerset, age 85. (2) Gertrude Annie, born quarter ending December 1888 in Maidstone. (3) Albert Edward Parris (4) James (5) Henry Parris (6) Ethel Elizabeth, born quarter ending December 1900 in Shoreditch. In the quarter ending June 1922, when Ethel was age about 21, she married Joseph LING in Hackney, London. (7) Alfred Thomas (8) George
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