See also

Family of John BLAEN and Elizabeth MCMICHAEL

Husband: John BLAEN (1831- )
Wife: Elizabeth MCMICHAEL (1837- )
Children: John BLAEN (1864- )
George McMichael BLAEN (1865- )
Jane Murray BLAEN (1866- )
William BLAEN (1870- )
James BLAEN (1875- )
Elizabeth BLAEN (1876- )
Martha BLAEN (1877- )
Hugh Morton BLAEN (1880-1936)

Husband: John BLAEN

Name: John BLAEN1
Sex: Male
Father: John BLAEN (1801-1860)
Mother: Jean MURRAY (1802-1890)
Birth 1831 Scotland

Wife: Elizabeth MCMICHAEL

Name: Elizabeth MCMICHAEL1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1837 Scotland

Child 1: John BLAEN

Name: John BLAEN1
Sex: Male
Birth 1864 Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Occupation Clerk, Foreign Correpondents

Child 2: George McMichael BLAEN

Name: George McMichael BLAEN1
Sex: Male
Birth 1865 Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Occupation Shoemaker

Child 3: Jane Murray BLAEN

Name: Jane Murray BLAEN1
Sex: Female
Birth 1866 Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Child 4: William BLAEN

Name: William BLAEN1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Jennie DILLOW (1871- )
Birth 1870 Mold, Flint, Wales
Occupation Painter, Sign Writer
Census 2 Apr 1911 (age 41) Dudley, Worcestershire, England
25 Shaw Road, Dudley
William is with Jennie and the thre children

Child 5: James BLAEN

Name: James BLAEN1
Sex: Male
Birth 1875 Mold, Flint, Wales
Occupation Clerk, Colliery

Child 6: Elizabeth BLAEN

Name: Elizabeth BLAEN1
Sex: Female
Birth 1876 Mold, Flint, Wales

Child 7: Martha BLAEN

Name: Martha BLAEN1
Sex: Female
Birth 1877 Mold, Flint, Wales
Occupation Pupil Teacher

Child 8: Hugh Morton BLAEN

Name: Hugh Morton BLAEN1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Jane A. (Janie) CHAPPLE (1877-1917)
Birth 1880 Rowley Regis, Staffordshire, England
Occupation Gas Engine Maker
Death Q4 1936 (age 55-56) Crediton , Devon, England

Note on Husband: John BLAEN

In 1891 in Stourbridge Road, Halesowen


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