Edmund Champion de Crespigny
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Edmund Alexander Champion de Crespigny (1890 - 1905)

Edmund Alexander Champion de Crespigny
Born in Bramshaw, Hampshire, England, United Kingdommap
Ancestors ancestors
[spouse(s) unknown]
Died in Cushendall, Ballycastle, County Antrim, Irelandmap
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Biography

EAC de Crespigny age 14 died in Ireland in 1905 from a diabetic coma.[1]On the 1911 census his mother stated he was dead, i.e. she had had four children and one had died, the other three are accounted for.[2]

Not to be confused with the man who assumed his identity: Unknown (Unknown) Champion de Crespigny (abt.1890-1967)

Sources

  1. Irish death certificate First name(s) E A C Last name de Crespigny Age at death 14 Birth year 1891 Registered quarter/year Apr - Jun 1905 Registration district Ballycastle Volume 1 Page 58 County Antrim
  2. 1911 census entry for Rose Ch de Crespigny Class: RG14; Piece: 5904; Schedule Number: 69


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