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Isabella Florence STILL (1875- )

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Isabella Florence STILL

Name: Isabella Florence STILL1
Sex: Female
Father: Thomas STILL (1843- )
Mother: Eleanor Fry HOLLAND (1846?- )

Individual Events and Attributes

Birth Q3 1875 Staplehurst, Kent1,2
Census 5 Apr 1891 (age 15) Wanstead, Essex1
Sylvan Road, Wanstead, Essex
Census 31 Mar 1901 (age 25) Woodford, Essex3
1 The Shrubberies

Individual Note

Uncle Tom & Isobelle came over from Snarebrook Essex quite frequently to Sunday's dinner. And Isobelle sometimes stayed with us. She even had her own cage of white mice. But they nearly always quarrelled, my sisters & Isobelle.4

Sources

1GRO, "1891 Census".
Microfiche.
RG12/1352/56/13. Assessment: Primary evidence.
2"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Births Sep 1875
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Still Isabella Florence Maidstone 2a 595
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
3"Census 1901 (Thomas Still) Woodford, Essex RG13/1636/69/21".
Text From Source: Census 1901 Woodford, Essex RG13/1636/69/21
1 The Shrubberies

Thomas Still Head 58 Kent Staplehurst
Eleanor Still Wife 55 Kent Gravesend
Isabelle F. Still Daur 25 Kent Staplehurst
Violet Hornet Serv 13 Middlesex Potters Bar
Assessment: Primary evidence.
4Marion Maud Tringham nee Still, "Your Great Grand Parents - by Marion Maud Tringham nee Still".
Text From Source: Your Great Grand Parents by Marion Maud Tringham nee Still.
To my children. Brian, Maisie and Theodora

The Stills.

Your Father lived all his young days on the banks of one busy river - the Mersey & I your Mother on the banks of another - the Thames - Liverpool & Woolwich. So in a way we had the same kind of outlook - we were town-bred.
This account was sent as a word document to Graham Hoadly by Marion Maud's grandson, Roger Tringham. He had trancribed it from the original in the possesion of his cousin.

He writes:

My Grandmother wrote her account in about 1940, so there may be occasional lapses of memory.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Graham Hoadly.