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Congratulations! You have found the Habershons.com family website, started in December 2001. All Habershons and non-Habershons are welcome to wander around. Stick a pin in the Guest Map; leave a message in the Message Book; and if you're a Habershon, please let us know you were here so we can list you in our Branch Office. And if you are looking for stuff on Bikram Yoga or Mini Coopers, click on the pictures in the left-hand column.

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Thank you for coming by!

Catherine Athearn (nĂŠe Habershon)


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Peter Elliott's observation:

"The letter from Ivy Habershon is a wonderful piece of family history.  It brings the dates and names to life. I find that the Census returns, which are a snapshot of life at the time, also bring things to life.  For example on 3 April 1881 John Broadhurst Habershon (age 32) was living at No 2 Holly Villas James Street Kimberworth Rotherham with his wife Mary Gidley Habershon (also age 32). Also living there was Fanny C Rix (age 26), Mary's sister and a domestic servant Mary G Waddel (age23).  Twenty-six days later your grandfather Alfred Rix Habershon was born."

John Broadhurst's siblings:
William Beatson (1847 - 1918)
Sarah (1851 - 1910))
Elizabeth Ellen (1852-1853)
Lydia Harmer (1854 - ?) still living in 1912
Matthew Joseph (1855 - 1929)
Arthur (1857 - ?) still living in 1912
Edmund Osborne (1862-1874)                                                       



 
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