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Louisa Blunt was born 17 November 1878 in St James's, Greater London, England, United Kingdom to Francis Blunt (1857-1882) and Margaret Brennan (1859-1939) and died 1971 in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. She married Charles Ascot Tivey (1873-1954) 1901 in London, England, United Kingdom. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom, Ireland.


See this site: [1] by Jan Tivey. Louisa is a member of Group 20.



Children


Offspring of Charles Tivey and Louisa Blunt (1878-1971)  ¢
Name Birth Death Joined with
Victor Charles Tivey (1902-1921) 1902 London, England, United Kingdom 1921 Watford, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
May Tivey (1904-1966) 1904 Wolverhampton, England 1 May 1966 Surrey, England
Isabel Tivey (1906-1997) 24 October 1906 London, England 15 March 1997 Surrey, England George William Huckstepp (1905-1972)

Irene Tivey (1908-1991) 1908 London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom 1993 Surrey, England, United Kingdom William A Gregory

Jessie Tivey (1910-1976) 7 May 1910 St Pancras, London, England, United Kingdom 1976 Queensland, Australia Herbert George Smith (1909-1992)

Agnes Elizabeth Tivey (1913-1988) 28 February 1913 Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England, United Kingdom 1988 Hastings & Rother, Sussex, England, United Kingdom Alfred Percival Stratford (1897-1967)
Walter Charles Savage (1898-1985)

Philip Ascot Tivey (1915-1991) 1915 Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England, United Kingdom 1991 Bournemouth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom Betty Blanchette (1919-1941)
Kathleen Curtis (1925)
Rosemary Dyer (1929)




Footnotes (including sources)

¢ Children
  • Last surviving child died in 1997, however one daughter-in-law, Rosemary, 84, remains.



Contributors

  121.217.151.38, Robin Patterson, Cv-s

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