Those of you who follow my blog may recall a previous posting where I had located two additional children of my great-great-grandparents. One was Ino Kate HOLLANDS. The 1911 census hinted that these may have died young, since it indicated only 7 of 9 children had survived till census.
However, researching this weekend , I discovered that Ino had two marriages, also had another middle name (Fanny), and seems to have died in 1942 aged 60. This has been determined via FreeBMD and Ancestry.co.uk. The resource tree I located on Ancestry revealed two other names I did not have – Ada Ruth (died aged 1) and Edith Agnes (died aged 2).
I now strangely have ten children to this family. Curiously there is a Frank and an Uno appearing in the 1891 census, one aged 7 and one aged 5, both listed as sons. FreeBMD reveals birth of an Uno Frank (mistranscribed as Una Frank) in Q1 1884. So where did the other Frank appear from? And did the family incorrectly note their total children on the 1911 census?
The information from Ancestry on Ada Ruth and Edith Agnes would suggest that these were the two children which did not survive till 1911.
I think I need to rigorously check BMD records for this elusive other Frank ….