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My Great Grandfather, Thomas White was one of 6 children born to Baldwin White, b1862 in Salcombe, Devon & Rachel Arminia Fox, b1864 in Wayland, Norfolk. They were married in Falmouth, Cornwall in 1896.
On the 1901 census (Ref: RG 13/4962), Baldwyn (Baldwin) White and Rachel A. White (Nee Fox) were living in Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales with 4 Children:
- Beatrice A. White, 4 yrs
- Baldwyn White, 2 yrs
- John White, 1 yr
- Thomas White, 3 weeks
According to the 1911 census in Falmouth, Cornwall, England (Ref: RG 14/13895/129) Baldwin White and Rachel A. White had given birth to 6 children, but only 3 survived:
- John White, 11yrs
- Thomas White, 10yrs
- Jane White, 7yrs
Some connected family trees on Ancestry.co.uk have John as being one of the 3 infant deaths, but seeing as he appears on the 1911 census I don't believe this to be true.
My Great Grandfather, as far as I am aware, only ever spoke of his younger sister Jane.
I have run into a bit of a brick wall, I know that Baldwin Jr and Beatrice were definitely two of the 3 deaths. They appear on the BMD death index for Newport, Monmouthshire, but I can't find any reference to John White after 1911 that I can be certain is my Great Grand Uncle & have found no reference at all to the 6th (as yet unknown) child who I assume was born and died at some point between 1901 & 1911.
If it helps at all, the BMD Birth index for John White is:
Qtr Jan-Feb-Mar 1900
District - Newport
County - Monmouthshire
Vol - 11a
Page - 223
I know that the family was raised in Newport and, due to ill health on the fathers part, moved to Falmouth in Cornwall in 1908.