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JENNER Family

First Generation

1. George1 JENNER (#2031) was born in Holborn 1861.

He married Louisa. (Louisa is #2032.) Louisa was born in Northampton 1861. At 26 years of age Louisa became the mother of Alma Florence D JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1887. At 28 years of age Louisa became the mother of Ernest JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1889. At 32 years of age Louisa became the mother of Violet JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1893. At 35 years of age Louisa became the mother of Lilly JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1896. At 39 years of age Louisa became the mother of Doris JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1900.

At 26 years of age George became the father of Alma Florence D JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1887. At 28 years of age George became the father of Ernest JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1889. At 32 years of age George became the father of Violet JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1893. At 35 years of age George became the father of Lilly JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1896. At 39 years of age George became the father of Doris JENNER Kilburn, Middlesex, 1900. Occupation: House painter 1901.

George JENNER and Louisa had the following family:

child 2 i. Alma Florence D2 JENNER(31) (#1664) was born Kilburn, Middlesex 1887. Alma died before 1922.(32) Harold George Dickinson was a widower when he remarried 22 October 1922. No children were found on the GRO indexes. She married Harold George DICKINSON in Willesden, Middlesex, 28 June 1912. (Harold George DICKINSON is #179.)

Harold was born in St Pancras, London 1888. Harold was the son of Thomas DICKINSON and Adelaide HILDERSLEY. Harold died 4 September 1950 Barnet, at 62 years of age. At 28 years of age Harold became the father of Kathleen DICKINSON in Marylebone, Middlesex, England, 9 May 1917. Occupation: Dairy Manager May 1917 in New Barnet, Hertfordshire. Harold reported for active duty in Home branch, 18 May 1917. He resided in New Barnet, Hertfordshire 28 May 1917, Rosedale. Hexham Road. Harold served in the military in Bedford Barracks, 28 May 1917. Height 5 ft 8.5 inches, Chest 37.5 in. 144 lbs.

He was inducted into the military in Southampton, 18 September 1917. Harold reported for active duty in Somme, France, 1 October 1917. Travelled on Troopship "Derby". Came back to UK, 27 December 1918.

He was released from active duty 12 March 1919. On discharge applied to learn to drive a Stage Carriage.

He was decorated while serving in the military in London, 1919. He was decorated while serving in the military in London, 1919. Harold's occupation: Tram Conductor in London, October 1922. Occupation: Tram Conductor October 1922 in London. He resided Barnet October 1922, Rosedale, Hecham Road. At 35 years of age Harold became the father of Harold Thomas DICKINSON Barnet, 4 Sepember 1923. At 37 years of age Harold became the father of Mary L DICKINSON Barnet, Sep qtr 1925. (See Harold George DICKINSON for the continuation of this line.)

She was listed as head of household in the 1901 census in Willesden, Middlesex. At 29 years of age Alma became the mother of Kathleen DICKINSON in Marylebone, Middlesex, England, 9 May 1917. Death found of Alma M Dickinson age 31 Auckland 10a 282 Dec qtr 1919. Possibly same person. Certificate not ordered at 1 Feb 2005.

child 3 ii. Ernest JENNER (#2033) was born Kilburn, Middlesex 1889.

child 4 iii. Violet JENNER (#2034) was born Kilburn, Middlesex 1893.

child 5 iv. Lilly JENNER (#2035) was born Kilburn, Middlesex 1896.

child 6 v. Doris JENNER (#2036) was born Kilburn, Middlesex 1900.

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