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Thomas Wilkinson - a Memory of Worksop.

My grandfather died in Worksop on March 23 1923. He was married to Dorothy, nee Walker, and they had 2 daughters and an expected child. He was 33 years old, had served in France during the First World War. I am trying to locate any information that may have been recorded re: his death perhaps an obituary or some other news. I do not know why he would have been in Worksop because he was from Manchester but family history says he was there for the mining industry. I would be most appreciative of any help from any source. I do not live in England hence my request.
Sincerely,
Jane N Baxley


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