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Sarah Gittins

Birth1851 - Ponkey, Denbighshire, Wales
Death1925 - Rhosllanerchrugog, Denbighshire, Wales
MotherANN CAPPER
FatherJonathan Clarke

Born in Ponkey, Denbighshire, Wales on 1851 to Jonathan Clarke and ANN CAPPER. Sarah Gittins married Charles Gittins and had 18 children. She passed away on 1925 in Rhosllanerchrugog, Denbighshire, Wales.

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Parents
Jonathan Clarke
1793 - 1877
Ann Capper
1810 - 1878
Spouse(s)
Charles Gittins
1848 - 1932
Edward Clarke
1844 - 1923
Children Show all
Charles Thomas Gittins
1872 - 1953
John E Gittins
1880 - 1967
William Henry Gittins
1869 - 1945
Mary Ann Gittins
1872 - 1940
Sarah E. Gittins
1876 - 1939
Frederick Gittins
1888 - 1972
James Herbert Gittins
1883 - 1964
Jonathan Clarke Gittins
1885 - 1947
Rosy Gittins
1890 - 1891

Walter Gittins
1893 - Unknown
Peter Williams
1875 - Unknown
Edward William Gittins
1868 - 1935
Samuel James Clarke
1883 - 1951
Hannah Clarke
1885 - Unknown
Priscilla Clarke
1887 - 1976
Bertha Mary Clarke
1890 - 1976
Edith Gittins
1883 - 1938
Daria R Gittins
1865 - Unknown

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