Person:Alice Brooker (1)

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Alice Louisa Brooker
 
m. Apr-Jun 1881
  1. Alice Louisa Brooker1882 -
  2. Albert Brooker1884 -
  3. Frederick Arthur BrookerAbt 1886 -
  4. George BrookerAbt 1889 -
  5. Emily May BrookerAbt 1891 -
  6. Elizabeth BrookerAbt 1891 -
  7. Annie BrookerAbt 1896 -
  8. David BrookerAbt 1898 -
  9. Frederick BrookerAbt 1900 -
m. abt 1900
  1. Martha Alice StarkeyAbt 1901 -
  2. Emma StarkeyAbt 1903 -
  3. Charlotte StarkeyAbt 1907 -
  4. Frederick John Starkey1910 - 1944
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Alice Louisa Brooker
Married Name[3][4] Alice Starkey
Alt Name[5] Brooker
Gender Female
Birth[3] 1882 Crawley, Sussex, England
Alt Birth[4] abt 1882 Worth, Sussex, England
Christening[2] 9 May 1882 Crawley Down, Sussex, EnglandAll Saints Church
Marriage abt 1900 to Frederick Starkey
Census[4] 1901 St. Luke, London, England
Census[3] 1911 St. Luke, London, England4 children born alive, 4 still living
References
  1. General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration Birth Index. (London, United Kingdom: General Register Office, 1837-Present)
    entry for Alice Louisa Brooker, volume 2b, page 160, Apr-May-Jun quarter 1882, East Grinstead district.
  2. 2.0 2.1 England. Births and Christenings, 1538-1975. (FamilySearch, Ancestry.com, Findmypast)
    Sussex, Crawley Down, All Saints, Bishop's Transcripts, Baptisms, 1882 pg 190, Alice Louisa, parents Frederick and Elizabeth Brooker bap. 9 May 1882.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 London, England. 1911 Census
    St Luke, 13 Ironmonger St, Starkey household; digital images; citing RG 78, RG 14, registration district (RD) 14, sub district (SD) 3, enumeration district (ED) 11, schedule number (SN) 161.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 London, England. 1901 Census
    St Luke, City Road, District 13, folio 13, page 18, Fred Starkey household; citing PRO RG 13/258.
  5. General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration Birth Index. (London, United Kingdom: General Register Office, 1837-Present)
    entry for Frederick John Starkey, volume 1c, page 33, Oct-Nov-Dec quarter 1910, Shoreditch district.