F, #1326, b. 10 October 1878, d. 21 November 1959
|Birth*||10 October 1878||Frances Defty was born on 10 October 1878.1 |
|Married Name||9 January 1904|| As of 9 January 1904,her married name was Cordner.1 |
|Marriage*||9 January 1904||She married William Corner, son of John Corner and Sarah Potter, on 9 January 1904 at Durham Register Office, Durham, Co. Durham, England.1,2 |
|(Witness) Birth||15 June 1910||Frances Defty witnessed the birth of Thomas Cordner on 15 June 1910 at 2 Wood Street, St Oswald, Kimblesworth, Co Durham, England.1,3 |
|(Witness) Census 1911||1911||Frances Defty appeared on the census of 1911 in the household of William Corner at 2 Wood Street, Kimblesworth, Co Durham, England.4|
|(Member of Household) Census 1939||29 September 1939||Frances Defty was a member of the hosehold of William Corner on 29 September 1939 at 19 John Street, Durham RD, Durham, England.5 |
|Death*||21 November 1959||Frances Defty died on 21 November 1959 at Kimblesworth, Co Durham, England, at age 81.1 |
- [S138] Interview, unknown informant, letter.
- [S542] Unknown compiler Indexes "unknown cd."
- [S613] Unknown compiler Indexes "Birth in the Sub District of St Oswald."
- [S581] 1911 Census Durham.
- [S645] Wartime Population Survey for All UK, "1939 Register Transcription
Cordner Household (5 People) 19 John Street , Durham R.D., Durham, England."
William Cordner on the 1939 Register
1939 Register Transcription
Cordner Household (5 People) 19 John Street , Durham R.D., Durham, England
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First name(s) Last name(s) DOB Sex Occupation Marital status Schedule Schedule Sub Number
William Cordner 23 Feb 1876 Male Coal Miner Shifter Underground Heavy Worker Married 255 1
Frances Cordner 10 Oct 1878 Female Unpaid Domestic Duties Married 255 2
John D Cordner 13 Jul 1904 Male Miner Coal Filler Underground Heavy Worker Single 255 3
George Cordner 13 Jun 1912 Male Aircraft Fitter Single 255 4
Elizabeth Twist (Cordner) 21 Aug 1918 Female Nurse Hospital Single 255 5
Ref: RG101/2849B/003/11 Letter Code: FHHA© Findmypast Ltd