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. Charlton, Kent
Joyce (Brown) McIlroy was born in England.
Although Joyce was born in Preston due to her father being stationed there on the outbreak of WW1 her early life thereafter was spent in the Plumstead and Charlton area of Kent.
1939 Brown Household (7 People) 15 Sandhurst Road , Bexley M.B., Kent, England
Donald J Brown 13 Sep 1924 Male None Yet Single 157 5
John P Brown 14 Jan 1895 Male Manager Tobacco Warehouse Co-Op S Married 157 1
Lily E Brown 24 Jun 1896 Female Unpaid Domestic Duties Married 157 2
Joyce I McIlroy (Brown) 18 Nov 1916 Male Clerk Grocery Warehouse Office Co - Op Single 157 3
Plus three closed records
Births BROWN, JOYCE ISABEL (mother HENWOOD) GRO Reference: 1916 D Quarter in PRESTON Volume 08E Page 816
Marriages Mar 1941 Brown Joyce I McIlroy Dartford 2a 2252 MCILROY Douglas F Brown Dartford 2a 2252
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