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Re: CORKER/NEILSON

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  • gnorris51
    ... Sally: My great grandmother was a Corker - Mary Elizabeth Corker born in 1885 to Rachel and William Corker. I know a great deal about the Corker family
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      --- In st-helena-genealogy@yahoogroups.com, "niravah" <niravah@y...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi, I am new to this group and want to research my maternal ancestry in
      > St Helena.
      > My mother is now 85 and left St Helena with much of her family to live
      > in UK after the war. I want to find out about my great grandmother
      > Sophia Neilson. She married Neilson (a sailor who visited the island I
      > think) only after she'd had 4 daughters including my grandmother Lilly.
      > I want to find out who was the father/father of these daughters. I
      > think Sophia's maiden name was Corker, as my nan (who never married)
      > was Lilly Corker. My grandmother was born in or around 1895 - so I'd
      > need to find records of births certificates from around 1880 (which
      > should contain the father's name).
      >
      > Anyone have any suggestions or information?
      >
      > Thanks,
      >
      > Sally Hepplewhite

      Sally:

      My great grandmother was a Corker - Mary Elizabeth Corker born in 1885 to Rachel and
      William Corker. I know a great deal about the Corker family and have some contacts. Feel
      free to contact me directly @ genieandjim@...
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