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Hutles Blockis, America ?

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Re: Hutles Blockis, America ?

Posted: 1327466537000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1327466571000
Okay, I agree it appeard to say "Hutles Blocks" America. The last word is Blocks, the first has the "H" written over something else before the "utles". Doesn't sound familiar at all.

1911 England census: Tanfield, Durham, Lanchester

John Matthew DODDS, age 23 (about 1888)

Father Matthew DODDS, age 61 (about 1850), is employed as coal Hewer Miner.


Using the ages of John's younger brothers, he is found in the 1901 England census for South Shields, Durham. At that time his birth is listed as Wark, Northumberland, England.


1891 England, Greencroft, Annfield Plain, Durham. John M. T. DODD [sic], age 2, born: "America Brittish [sic] Subject". Sister Susan is age 3, born England. Father Matthew age 40, mother Susan age 27 (about 1864)


Is this John Matthew Dodds the one who died in WW1?:

UK, Soldiers Died in the Great War, 1914-1919
about John Matthew Dodds
Name: John Matthew Dodds
Birth Place: Anfield Plain, Durham
Death Date: 23 May 1916
Death Location: France & Flanders
Enlistment Location: Newburn, Northumberland
Rank: Private
Regiment: Army Cyclist Corps
Number: 2665
Type of Casualty: Killed in action
Theatre of War: Western European Theatre
Comments: Formerly 10608, Northumberland Fus

--- The birthplace of Anfield Plain, Durham, matches the 1901 census location.

I don't find anything in the U.S. for a birth record.
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