Groarke

Anne YoungAge: 78 years18931972

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Anne Young
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Birth January 16, 1893 38 37
Birth of a brotherWilliam Young
December 20, 1894 (Age 23 months)
Birth of a sisterElsie Young
calculated 1898 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a sisterViolet Young
calculated 1900 (Age 6 years)
Census March 31, 1901 Age: 8 years
Address: 73 Woodpecker Road, Deptford, London
Death of a brotherWilliam Young
July 19, 1905 (Age 12 years)

Cause: Mitral disease - heart failure
Residence April 2, 1911 (Age 18 years)
Address: 21 Nettleton Road New Cross S E
Death of a fatherCharles Newman Young
after April 2, 1911 (Age 18 years)

Birth of a daughter
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Shelagh Ann Clutten
March 6, 1926 (Age 33 years)
Death of a sisterViolet Young
about 1933 (Age 39 years)

Cause: TB
Death of a sisterFlorence Rosina Young
about 1956 (Age 62 years)

Death of a brotherCharles Denman Young
May 18, 1957 (Age 64 years)

Death of a brotherRichard Frederick “Fred” Young
November 23, 1961 (Age 68 years)
Cause: Heart attack
Death of a husbandEdward Gideon Clutten
January 2, 1971 (Age 77 years)
Death January 4, 1972 (Age 78 years)
Cause of death: Oesophagal cancer and diabetes
Last change September 2, 201218:55:30

by: Sean Groarke
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Marriage: April 14, 1878Brighton, Sussex, England
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Anne Young
Birth: January 16, 1893 38 37Deptford, London, England
Death: January 4, 1972Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England
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Birth: January 16, 1893 38 37Deptford, London, England
Death: January 4, 1972Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England
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Note

She worked at Selfridges in London before she married. She into a branch of what used to be Suffolk farmers. She married Edward Gideon Clutten on 26 March 1921. They ran a guest house in Clacton on Sea but were bombed out in the Second World War. The guest house was destroyed and they were seriously injured and sent to recuperate in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. They never moved back to Clacton.

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