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From the LAWS FAMILY REGISTER Database Today 20 August

From the LAWS FAMILY REGISTER Database Today 20 August

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Born Today 20 Aug

LAWES

1800 William Lawes at Allington WIL
1914 Irene Edwina Lawes
1949 David Lawes (Company director) at Thornbury GLS
1950 Janet Lawes at Worthing SSX
1985 Toni Anne Lawes at Plymouth DEV


LAWS

1880 Elizabeth Ida Laws at Horsford NFK
1881 Fred Chester Laws
1896 J Walter Laws at Carbon WY USA
1905 Lucy Amelia Laws
1930 Herman M Laws
1959 Clair Vanessa Laws at Chelsea MDX
1960 Richard Brett Laws
1961 Joanne Beatrice Laws at Bridgewater, Luneburg Co Nova Scotia Canada
1985 Isabel Annie Laws

MARRIED Today 20 Aug

LAWES

1679 An Lawes married Robert Mark at Newcastle Upon Tyne NBL
1866 Henry Lawes married Mary Ann Gould at Chelsea MDX
1872 Thomas Lawes (Wholesale Cabinet maker) married Ameila Dudley at Newport IOW

LAWS

1712 Henry Laws married Mary Ashworth at Padiham LAN
1862 George Laws (Coal Miner) married Elizabeth Storey at Morpeth NBL
1864 William Laws married Ellen Grant at South Shields DUR
1912 Lybert Aubourne Laws married Ann O'Neill
1945 Clarence Debs Laws married Anna Fae Burgett

DEATHS Today 20 Aug


LAWS


1816 Ann Laws, wife of Daniel Dawkins at Fordingbridge HAM
1866 Isaac Laws (Coal Miner) at Hebburn Colliery DUR
1950 James Alfred William Laws at Crumpsall LAN
1977 Hubert Laws (Cpl in US Marine Corps)

 MISC Today 20 Aug


Born today


1914 Wilma M Marsden journalist at News Chronicle, widow of Edward Alfred Moy-Thomas (Staff-Captain HQ 1st A ikr Landing Brigade) died 1944 Battle of Arnhem, and widow of Frederick Thomas Laws also journalist at News chronicle, broadcaster and critic died 1976, she died 2006.

Died today


1983 Bernard Cleeton, husband of Winnifred Ann Laws at Ipswich SFK

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