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This is page 2 of 2 showing the history of the Mould family of Leicestershire. It shows the link by marriage to the Jones family. If you have a connection to any individual or family featured here, or if you want to leave us your feedback, contact us. Browse by using the forward/back arrows to the next/previous page or following the numbered e.g. [2] or parental [Parents] links.

The Mould Family of Leicestershire

6.Link to census Wallace Richard MOULD [Parents].  Born quarter ending December 1878 in Billesdon, Leicestershire, Wallace Richard died quarter ending September 1934 in Maidstone, Kent, age about 55. Occupation: Groom.


In the quarter ending March 1901, when Wallace Richard was age about 22, he married Abigail Susannah BAXTER in Oakham. Born about 1878 in Cottesmore, Rutland, it is not known when Abigail died.


They had the following children:


(1) Abigail Cecilia, born quarter ending June 1901 in Oakham. (2) Wallace William, born quarter ending December 1902 in Cottesmore & died quarter ending June 1930 in Maidstone, age 27. (3) Cyril James, born 8/11/1908 in Kensington & died August 1997 in Maidstone, age 88. In the quarter ending September 1937, when Cyril James was age 28, he married Mona Anne SIMMONDS in Hollingbourne, Kent. Born 14/1/1896, Mona Anne died July 1987 in Maidstone, age 91.


7.Link to census Wade MOULD [Parents]. Born quarter ending December 1891 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, Wade died quarter ending September 1962 in Leicester, age about 70.


Link to historical noteIn the quarter ending December 1915, when Wade was age about 24, he married Jane COVENEY in Leicester.


They had the following children, both born Leicester:


(1) Sarah, born quarter ending June 1916. (2) Walter, born quarter ending December 1919.

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