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TERENCE ALWYN EDEN

Does any one know what happened to Terence Alwyn Eden. he was born Jul - Sep - 1924 in Doncaster Married Marjorie J. Jackson Jul - Sep - 1944 doncaster. Marjorie and their three chidren David T, Paul J. 7 Philip all emigrated to Quebec Canada on the 12 - 11 - 1952. at this time they were living at 7 Adlard Road, Wheatley Hill, Doncaster. there is no mention of Terence on the passenger list. I have checked all the death records all though there are many Terence Eden's none seem to match. did he remarry?.
my very best wishes.
Fred Wheatcroft.

Re: TERENCE ALWYN EDEN

Could he have traveled ahead of his family. Have you looked earlier than Nov 1952.

Elaine in Ottawa.

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I agree with Elaine as there is a Terence A Eden aged 28 sailing for Quebec in 1952, the age is right, he is a grocer confectioner, could be trying his luck first.

Just found Majorie, sons David, Paul and Philip, departed Liverpool 12/11/1952 for Quebec on the Cunard ship "Franconia", the address given where last living was as you have it at Wheatley Hills Doncaster.

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Hi RODGER.
Thank you very much for your very kind reply and valued information, it does look like he did travel out before his family 21 -08 -1952 from Southhampton. I wonder why he lived in Danbury and his family lived in Doncaster unless the address given is that of the travel agent.
I will have another at the 1939 census gives his fathers address and occupation.
My very best wishes.
Fred Wheatcroft.

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Hi Elaine.
Thank you very much for your very kind reply. as you will see Roger has given me the details I wanted, Although the name and the age is same I will check to see why he was living in Danbury Essex and his fammily were living in Doncaster Yorkshire.
My very best wishes.
Fred Wheatcroft.

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Hello there Fred,

Yes you are right the address given as Danbury was the Travel agents or whatever they where called in them days, makes me wonder if he did a quick exit from Britain.

Cheers Roger.

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