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Re: Birth records of Alec Wardle Low Marple?
« Reply #3 on: January 19, 2011, 08:34:19 PM »
Mark. I have sent you copies of William Wardle's entry in the 1911 census I will also put copies through letter box in the morning. Ray


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« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2011, 05:42:40 PM »
The LDS site  - and then entering the words Alec Ward, place Marple - shows this

Aleck Wardle
England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975   
birth:   12 Oct 1907
residence:   Marple, Cheshire, England
parents:   William Wardle, Margaret Catherine     
record title:   England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
name:   Aleck Wardle
gender:   Male
baptism/christening date:   05 Jan 1908
baptism/christening place:   St. Martin, Marple, Cheshire, England
birth date:   12 Oct 1907
father's name:   William Wardle
mother's name:   Margaret Catherine
indexing project (batch) number:   C03806-5
system origin:   England-EASy
source film number:   1656403

I don't have a subscription for the 1911 census but maybe someone else can help you with that.

Hope this helps


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Birth records of Alec Wardle Low Marple?
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2011, 05:29:37 PM »
Can anyone out there with access to the census please see if you can find out anything about Alec WARDLE, born October 12, 1907, possibly Low Marple area, possibly baptised at St. Martins. This is to help with a query from France, where a gentleman is researching over 2,200 British WW2 prisoners of war. Alec was apparently arrested in the Netherlands in 1940.



Google translation:
Quelqu'un peut-il là-bas avec l'accès au recensement s'il vous plaît voir si vous pouvez trouver quelque chose sur Alec WARDLE, né en Octobre 12, 1907, peut-être faible Marple domaine, éventuellement baptisée à St. Martins. C'est pour aider à une requête de la France, où un homme fait des recherches sur plus de 2.200 prisonniers britanniques de la guerre WW2. Alec aurait été arrêté aux Pays-Bas 1940.


Mark Whittaker
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