Chapter 9.0
William Bramhill and Dora Parkinson

By Trish McConnell

 

Research Note: We have finally found where our great grandparents fit into the Bramhill family tree, but have still got a long way to go in providing a full account of all of their descendants. This is as far as we have managed to get, but would be grateful to anyone with additional information. Please email: tricmcconnell@hotmail.com

 

Note: William was a brother of Thomas Bramhill (b.1840) who was the father of Richard Thomas Bramhill of Chapter 8.0 - Richard Thomas Bramhill.

 

The Full Line

 

1st Generation:

William Bramhill (About 1648 – 1733) married Elizabeth (Bramwell?) (1648 – 1735/6)

 

2nd Generation:

John Bramhill (1698 – 1770) married Elizabeth  (d. 1748)

 

3rd Generation:

            Thomas Bramhill (1722 – 1762) married Mary Newam (1713 – 1770)

 

4th Generation:

            Thomas Bramhill (b.1744) married second wife Mary Towris

 

5th Generation:

            Richard Bramhill (1774 – 1797) married Ann Johnson

 

6th Generation:

            John Bramhill (1801 – 1830) married Mary Holgate

 

7th Generation:

            William Bramhill (1843 – 1886) married Dora Parkinson

 

8th Generation:

            Richard Thomas

Clara

Lily

William P

Herbert Henry (b. 1879 – d. 10.10.1960)

Ernest

Alice

 

Herbert Henry married Susan Horsewood on 13 August 1902.

Susan was born on 12th July 1881 and died on 12 February 1935.

 

9th Generation:

Children of Herbert Henry and Susan Bramhill

Alice (b.30 October 1902 – d.1908)

Herbert (b. 1903 – d. 1983) married Gladys

Susan (b.28 September 1907 – d.1955) married Wilfred Cleghorn

Gladys (b.18 September 1908 – d.1909)

Gertrude (b.1909 – d.1909)

Charles (b. 1910 - 1938) married Edith Wilson (later divorced)

Ernest (b. 8 March 1911 – d. 1983) married Connie

Elsie (b. 2 September 1913 – d. 1913)

Reginald (b. 18 February 1915 – d. 4 May 1983) married Jean Russell Clegg

Lily (b. 12 July 1916 – d. 1916)

John Alfred (b. 28 December 1917) married Hilda Patricia Norris

 

10th Generation

Children of Herbert and Gladys Bramhill

            Rita - married John Bogle

Bert - married Ann

Peter

 

Children of Charles and Edith Bramhill

            Margaret - married

 

Children of Susan and Wilf Cleghorn

            Jean - married Eric Hafferty

 

Children of Ernest and Connie Bramhill

            Diane - married Leo Deluca

            Keith

 

Children of John and Hilda Bramhill

            Patricia Dorothy (born 1955) - married Paul McConnell, 3 July 1989

            Jacqueline (born 1958)

 

11th Generation

Children of Herbert and Ann Bramhill

            John

Susan

Katie

 

Children of Rita and John Bogle

            Johanna

            Matthew (died aged 11 or 12)

 

Children of Jean and Eric Hafferty

            Gillian (b.1962 – d.2002) married

            Alison - married

            Ian - married

 

Children of Diane and Leo Bramhill di Deluca

            Raffaella

            Riccardo

            Alan

           

 

Origin of the Bramhill Family

  Based on work done by John Quanz, published in the ‘Bramhill Family History’ at www.bramhill.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Origin of the Bramhill family up to, and including, William Bramhill (born 1843) of Epworth, who later married Dora Parkinson.

Taken from ‘The Origin of the Bramhill Family’, Chapter 10.

   

 

 

William Bramhill and Dora Parkinson: Family Tree  

 

 

William Bramhill and Dora Parkinson: History

By Patricia Dorothy (Bramhill) McConnell

 

        We have very little information about our great grandparents. William Bramhill was a hay dealer and a lay preacher in the Methodist church. He married Dora Parkinson. William may have been born in Epworth, but was living in Rotherham or Sheffield when their children were born. They had six children: Richard Thomas, Lily, William, Herbert Henry, Ernest and Alice. The only two we know anything about are Herbert Henry and his brother Ernest, who stayed in contact with him after Herbert Henry married. Ernest had a withered arm and was probably unable to work. It also seems that he did not marry.

 

First Generation of William and Dora

Herbert Henry Bramhill and Susan Horsewood

 

         Herbert Henry was born in 1879 in Rotherham or Sheffield. He left school at the age of 12 and was expected to go into the coalmines. He was determined not to do this and ran away from home, starting up in business as a slater in the Eastwood area of Rotherham with nothing except a wooden handcart. The handcart stayed in the family for years and was still around in the 1960s. Eventually he became a successful roofing contractor in Rotherham with a reputation for good and reliable work. He died of pneumonia on 10th October 1960, aged 81 years.

         Herbert Henry married Susan Horsewood on 13th August 1902. Susan was the daughter of a turner. She was born on 12th July 1881. She had 12 children in all, although six died in infancy.  The appearance of the children  was quite striking, as six inherited their mothers looks, being quite tall and thin, and six looked like their father; shorter and fair haired. They were a very closely-knit family.

         Susan supported the right of women to vote and named their house, (at 3 Cottenham Road, Eastwood, Rotherham), ‘Sumner House’ after the suffragette, Lady Sumner. The side road was later named ‘Sumner Road’. Susan died at home of a stroke at the age of 53, on 12th February 1935.

 

        After Susan’s death, Herbert married Doris. Doris already had children of her own and they had a son together: David. Doris died in 1960. David married and had a daughter. He died in 2003.

 

 

 

Second Generation of William and Dora

Alice Bramhill

        Alice was the oldest child of Herbert Henry and Susan. She was born on 30th October 1902. At the age of six, she watched as a steamroller ran out of control killing her friend. Alice never recovered from the shock and died a week later, apparently from meningitis.

 

 

Herbert and Gladys Bramhill

        Herbert was the oldest son of Herbert Henry and Susan. He resembled his father in looks. He was born on 15th December, probably in 1903, but we have no records to verify this. Herbert broke away from his father to start his own building firm, which was also very successful. His sons later worked with him until his death on Christmas Day 1983, just a few months after his brothers, Reg and Ernie.

 

        His wife, Gladys, had been brought up in the country and was an expert on gathering and using wild produce, such as mushrooms, watercress or elderflowers. She made everyone welcome and would always have home produced food on the big kitchen table. Gladys and Herbert had 3 children: Rita, Bert and Peter. The photograph is of Herbert on his motorcycle.

 

 

   

Susan Bramhill and Wilfred Cleghorn

        Susan was born on 28th September 1907 and was the only girl to survive longer than a few years. She took after her mother’s side of the family in looks. She worked in her father’s business, doing the administration. Susan was an extremely gifted pianist. She married Wilf Cleghorn and they had one daughter, Jean. Susan died in May 1955, of ovarian cancer at the age of 48. It seems that ovarian cancer may run in the family, as we heard that other branches of the family had also suffered from this disease. Both Susan’s daughter, Jean, and her daughter, Gillian, also died of it in their early 40s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following photograph is of Susan at her wedding to Wilf.  

 

 

 

Brother Charles is back left. Father (Herbert Henry) is second from the right (back). Brother Ernest is on the far right (back). Mother (Susan) is on the far right, front row. We don’t know who the others are.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charles Bramhill and Edith Wilson

  Charles was known as Charlie to his family. He also worked in the family roofing business. He married Edith Wilson and they had one daughter, Margaret. When he was still in his 20s, the marriage broke up and Charles lost contact with his wife and daughter. At the age of 28, he died of TB at the family home at Cottenham Road, Rotherham. He always hoped to see his wife again and when he was dying, he asked her to come to him, but he never saw her again. His daughter married a Rotherham man. Attempts were made by the rest of the family to contact her, but without success.

 

We don’t know who was with Charlie in this photograph. 

One of them may be Edith.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ernest and Connie Bramhill

 

         Ernest was tall and thin and took after the mother’s side of the family in looks. He married Connie and they had two children: Diane and Keith. Keith had Downs Syndrome. In the days before good help was available to them, they had great difficulty raising Keith, who was very lovable, but also strong and spirited. In later life, Ernie always had hobbies and was very good at them. He was interested in gardening and also took up painting. After their daughter, Diane, married and went to live in Italy, they enjoyed many years of holidays over there, before Ernie died, following a stroke, in 1983. Connie died just a few years later.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        This photo shows Herbert (far right), Charlie (far left) and Ernest (centre) with cousins:

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Reginald Bramhill and Jean Russell Clegg

        Reg was born on 18th February 1915. He took after the father’s side of the family in looks. He was exceptionally clever at school and continued on to take his Matriculation exams at the Boys Grammar School (now Thomas Rotherham 6th Form College). He obtained a particularly high mark in his German Matriculation exam, only dropping one half mark in the entire exam. He won a scholarship to Cambridge University. His father refused to pay to allow him to go, as he mistrusted education and wanted Reg to work in the family firm. This caused a serious row in the family and Reg’s older brother Herbert refused to work if Reg was made to go out on the roofs. Herbert won the argument and Reg was spared from the roofing trade, but he was still not allowed to go to university. He became a law clerk in Rotherham and stayed in this job until he retired.

 

        Reg was a Sergeant Major during the Second World War and was sent to Burma as a training officer. Here he contracted malaria and nearly died as a result of an appendectomy operation. He studied the local wildlife and also the customs of the local people. There is one story about a local man, who had been given a stone as a tribal punishment and told that if he dropped it, he would die. For this reason, he was unable to work. My uncle grabbed the stone from him and said – ‘now I will die in your place’ The local man replied ‘No, you won’t die - you’re a juju man too’!

   

        Reg was interested in many things, but mostly in natural history. As a child, he would cycle a few miles to Roach Abbey every evening after school to watch badgers. He also watched badgers at Wadworth Wood, where he was able to trace back the history of the badger setts for 400 years. He became very well known in the county as a naturalist and lecturer. He also wrote two books: ‘Bird, Beast and Bachelor’ and ‘The Red Lad’, both featuring wildlife in the area around Rotherham. Sadly the books were never published.

   

        On 22nd January 1955, he married Jean Russell Clegg, who had been a secretary where he worked for several years. Jean had been brought up by her aunt in Kimberworth after her mother died when she was 68. Her sister, Irene, who was ten years older, was already working and was able to care for herself. Jean was brought up with her cousin, Doreen.

 

        The photograph on the left is of Jean with their niece, Jack and Hilda’s daughter, Patricia, a year after Reg and Jean were married. 

 

            Reg and Jean did not have any children, but they were very close to Jack and Hilda’s children. They also had two dogs, Mitzi, a dachshund they inherited along with a pig called Jenny, when they bought a farmhouse in Micklebring, and Simba, a huge Great Dane. ‘Uncle’ as everyone who knew him (related or not) used to call him, died suddenly at the age of 63 of a brain hemorrhage on 4th May 1983. He is still very sorely missed by all those who knew him.

 

 

 

 

 

This photo of Reg and Jean taken around 1975.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Alfred Bramhill and Hilda Patricia Norris

         John, or Jack, as he was known by the family, was the youngest of Herbert Henry and Susan’s children, born on 28th December 1917. He was smaller than the others and three years younger than his brother Reg. Jack and Reg were children together and were very close all their lives. Jack left school at 14 and had to take a year off before starting to work with his father, as he was too small to carry the heavy equipment and spend all day working on roofs. At the age of 21, he was drafted into the army as a gunner, during the Second World War. He went to France on Day 6 of the D-Day Landings. At one time, he was hit in the helmet by a bullet and on another occasion was nearly shot from a German aeroplane. He saved himself by diving into a ditch of nettles, not even feeling them until the plane had long gone.  

 

        While he was stationed in Northern Ireland, he met up with the family of his brother-in-law, Wilfred Cleghorn, married to Susan. Here he first met Hilda Norris, Wilf’s niece. Several years later, Jack and Hilda were married in Rotherham on 22nd December 1951. They lived at 143 Fitzwilliam Road in Eastwood, before inheriting Sumner House along with the Roofing Contractor business after Herbert Henry died.   

 

         Jack kept the family firm going for many years, before retiring at the age of 50 and then working as an estate surveyor for Sheffield Council for a few years. He had always been interested in physics and spent much of his time inventing different things. One of his inventions was a remote controlled electric curtain closing mechanism. He also developed a silent flush toilet. However, due to lack of funds and time, he never managed to take out a patent on either of these.  

 

        Hilda was born on 1st November 1926 in Belfast, N. Ireland. Her mother was Wilfred Cleghorn’s sister and her father was a policeman in the RUC. She was the eldest of 4 girls. She left school at 14 and worked as a shorthand typist until moving to Yorkshire to marry Jack at the age of 24. She worked for many years as a secretary for a Rotherham estate agent.  

 

          Jack and Hilda had two daughters, Patricia and Jacqueline. Patricia was born on 7th May 1955.. When Patricia married and moved to Horsham, West Sussex to work, Jack and Hilda, who had been intending to move house, moved down to join them in Horsham. Eventually, Jacqueline also moved to Horsham, so the whole family ended up relocating to sunnier climes!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jack and Hilda was taken around 1951.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jack and Hilda on the Isle of Wight in 1968 or 69.

 

   

 

 

 

 

Family Photos

On the following page is a small selection of family photos (down, left to right):

 

 

 

From left: Susan, Hilda, Jack, Susan’s daughter Jean, and Wilf at Mallam Cove

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From left: Jean Cleghorn, Reg, Reg’s wife, Jean, Jack, Susan, Wilf and Hilda at Mallam Cove

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hilda with Reg’s Jean

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jack with baby, Patricia, winter 1955

 

 

 


Third and Fourth Generations of William and Dora

        The details for this generation and the next are not complete, as it has not been possible to stay in touch with all the different parts of the family, but again, if anyone has any information they would like to add, please email Patricia at tricmcconnell@hotmail.com

 

        Herbert and Gladys’s children are Rita, Bert and Peter. Bert married Ann and they had three children: John Susan and Katie. Little Katie was another Downs Syndrome baby. Rita married John Bogle and had two children: Johanna and Matthew. Johanna married and had children of her own. Matthew was born with a hole in his heart and tragically died during an operation, at the age of 11 or 12.

 

        Susan and Wilf had one daughter, Jean, who married Eric Hafferty. Jean had three children: Gillian, Alison and Ian. Jean died at the age of 42 of ovarian cancer, the same disease that claimed her mother. Gillian also developed the disease at the age of 38 or 39. Her plans to marry were put on hold while she fought the disease, however, the treatment was ultimately unsuccessful. She married just two weeks before she died in 2002 at the age of 40. Alison and Ian are both married with children.

 

        The photographs show (1) Jean with her uncle Jack and (2) Jean’s husband, Eric, with their three children and two cousins, From far right: Gillian, a cousin from the Cleghorn side, Alison, Ian on Eric’s knee and another cousin on the left.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         Charlie and Edith had a daughter, Margaret. Unfortunately, after the divorce, Charlie did not see much of his daughter and never saw his wife again. For this reason, the rest of the family lost touch with Margaret, who later married.  

 

        Ernie and Connie had two children: Diane and Keith.

 

        Diane was born in 1945. She lived with her parents and Keith on Cranworth Road in Rotherham. After leaving school, Diane taught herself Italian, going to Italy whenever she could for holidays. She married Leo Deluca and went to live in Rimini. She has lived there with her family ever since. She is an English teacher and her husband is a pharmacist. Diane has three children: Raffaella, Riccardo and Alan. All the children are bilingual and Raffaella studied at Sheffield University, getting a job in the area after graduating. Alan takes after his sister in his interest in England, while Riccardo prefers Italy. Diane has come back to Rotherham several times a year since moving out to Italy, to spend time with her parents, brother and aunt.

 

The photo on the left shows Diane. The photo in the centre is of her daughter, Raffaella and on the right is her son, Alan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

Reg and Jean did not have children, although they were always very close to Jack and Hilda’s two girls.

   

The photograph is of ‘Uncle’ with Jean and Patricia about summer 1969.

        Jack and Hilda had two daughters: Patricia Dorothy and Jacqueline. Patricia studied German and French at university and then went on to have a fairly varied career. After working in Austria for 6 months, she worked for Dan Air as a stewardess, then obtained a teaching certificate and taught modern languages at a school in West Yorkshire, before ‘running away to sea’ to join the Royal Navy as a Fleet Analyst Officer. During her time in the Navy, Patricia met American, Paul McConnell, while working in the Bahamas and they married on 3rd July 1989, coming over to England to live. Paul worked as a software engineer and Patricia worked as a systems engineer after leaving the Navy. They now live at in Hankerton, Malmesbury in Wiltshire. They do not have any children, but have many nephews and nieces on Paul’s side of the family.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Trish and Paul in Italy in 1990

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Support Documentation

Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates of Herbert Henry Bramhill and Susan Horsewood  

 

 

 

 

 


Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates of Herbert Henry Bramhill and Susan Horsewood

 

 

 

   

 

 

   

Birth Certificates of Children of Herbert Henry and Susan Bramhill

 

 

 

Descendants of William Bramhill

Generation No. 1

 

1.  WILLIAM7 BRAMHILL  (JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)1,2 was born 1843 in Epworth, Lincolnshire3,4, and died March 9, 1886 in Rotherham, Yorkshire5,6.  He married DORA PARKINSON7,8.

 

Notes for WILLIAM BRAMHILL:

Occupation - Hay and Straw Dealer and local Methodist Preacher, [Peter Bramhill Tree - Reunion2003v2.FTW]

 

Occupation - Hay and Straw Dealer and local Methodist Preacher,

[Reunion2003v3.GED]

 

Occupation - Hay and Straw Dealer and local Methodist Preacher,

 

 

Notes for DORA PARKINSON:

Occupation - House Wife.[Peter Bramhill Tree - Reunion2003v2.FTW]

 

Occupation - House Wife.

[Reunion2003v3.GED]

 

Occupation - House Wife.

 

       

Children of WILLIAM BRAMHILL and DORA PARKINSON are:

                   i.    CLARA8 BRAMHILL9,10, b. 1868.

                  ii.    LILY BRAMHILL11,12, b. 1871.

                 iii.    WILLIAM BRAMHILL13,14, b. 1874.

                 iv.    ERNEST BRAMHILL15,16, b. 1876.

2.               v.    HERBERT HENRY BRAMHILL, b. 1879, Rotherham, Yorkshire; d. 1960.

                 vi.    ALICE BRAMHILL17,18, b. 188119,20.

                vii.    RICHARD THOMAS BRAMHILL.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  HERBERT HENRY8 BRAMHILL (WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1)21,22 was born 1879 in Rotherham, Yorkshire, and died 1960.  He married SARAH HORSEWOOD23,24 August 13, 1902 in Sheffield25,26.

 

Notes for HERBERT HENRY BRAMHILL:

Occupation - Slater.[Peter Bramhill Tree - Reunion2003v2.FTW]

 

Occupation - Slater.

[Reunion2003v3.GED]

 

Occupation - Slater.

 

       

Children of HERBERT BRAMHILL and SARAH HORSEWOOD are:

                   i.    GERTRUDE9 BRAMHILL27,28, b. November 30, 1909, Rotherham, Yorkshire29,30; d. November 30, 1909, Rotherham, Yorkshire31,32.

                  ii.    GLADYS ELIZABETH BRAMHILL33,34, b. 1908, Rotherham, Yorkshire35,36; d. December 2, 1909, Rotherham, Yorkshire37,38.

                 iii.    ALICE BRAMHILL, b. 1902; d. 1908.

3.              iv.    HERBERT BRAMHILL, b. 1903; d. 1983.

4.               v.    SUSAN BRAMHILL, b. 1907; d. 1955.

5.              vi.    CHARLES BRAMHILL, b. 1910; d. 1938.

6.             vii.    ERNEST BRAMHILL, b. 1911; d. 1983.

               viii.    ELSIE BRAMHILL, b. 1913; d. 1913.

                  ix.    REGINALD BRAMHILL, b. 1913; d. 1983; m. JEAN RUSSELL CLEGG.

                   x.    LILY BRAMHILL, b. 1916; d. 1916.

7.               xi.    JOHN BRAMHILL, b. 1917.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  HERBERT9 BRAMHILL (HERBERT HENRY8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1903, and died 1983.  He married GLADYS.

       

Children of HERBERT BRAMHILL and GLADYS are:

8.                i.    RITA10 BRAMHILL.

9.               ii.    BERT BRAMHILL.

                 iii.    PETER BRAMHILL.

 

4.  SUSAN9 BRAMHILL (HERBERT HENRY8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1907, and died 1955.  She married WILF CLEGHORN.

       

Child of SUSAN BRAMHILL and WILF CLEGHORN is:

10.              i.    JEAN10 CLEGHORN.

 

5.  CHARLES9 BRAMHILL (HERBERT HENRY8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1910, and died 1938.  He married EDITH WILSON.

       

Child of CHARLES BRAMHILL and EDITH WILSON is:

                   i.    MARGARET10 BRAMHILL.

 

6.  ERNEST9 BRAMHILL (HERBERT HENRY8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1911, and died 1983.  He married CONNIE.

       

Children of ERNEST BRAMHILL and CONNIE are:

11.              i.    DIANE10 BRAMHILL, b. 1945.

                  ii.    KEITH BRAMHILL.

 

7.  JOHN9 BRAMHILL (HERBERT HENRY8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1917.  He married HILDA NORRIS.

       

Children of JOHN BRAMHILL and HILDA NORRIS are:

                   i.    PATRICIA DOROTHY10 BRAMHILL, b. 1955; m. PAUL MCCONNELL.

                  ii.    JACQUELINE BRAMHILL, b. 1958.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

8.  RITA10 BRAMHILL (HERBERT9, HERBERT HENRY8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1).  She married JOHN BOGLE.

       

Children of RITA BRAMHILL and JOHN BOGLE are:

                   i.    JOHANNA11 BOGLE.

                  ii.    MATTHEW BOGLE.

 

9.  BERT10 BRAMHILL (HERBERT9, HERBERT HENRY8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1).  He married ANN.

       

Children of BERT BRAMHILL and ANN are:

                   i.    JOHN11 BRAMHILL.

                  ii.    SUSAN BRAMHILL.

                 iii.    KATIE BRAMHILL.

 

10.  JEAN10 CLEGHORN (SUSAN9 BRAMHILL, HERBERT HENRY8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1).  She married ERIC HAFFERTY.

       

Children of JEAN CLEGHORN and ERIC HAFFERTY are:

                   i.    GILLIAN11 HAFFERTY, b. 1962; d. 2002.

                  ii.    ALISON HAFFERTY.

                 iii.    IAN HAFFERTY.

 

11.  DIANE10 BRAMHILL (ERNEST9, HERBERT HENRY8, WILLIAM7, JOHN6, RICHARD5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, JOHN2, WILLIAM1) was born 1945.  She married LEO Deluca.

       

Children of DIANE BRAMHILL and LEO Deluca are:

                   i.    RAFFAELLA11 Deluca.

                  ii.    RICARDO Deluca.

                 iii.    ALAN Deluca.

 

 

Endnotes

 

 

 

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