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Audlem Online has received a request from Dave Gardner for assistance in tracing his ancestors in the Audlem area.

#Kynsal Heath
The image attached shows the death certificate of Dave's great-great-grandfather, which identifies his place of residence as Kynsal Heath.

The image is a bit grainy, but you can just about read it if you click on it to enlarge it.

Can anyone identify where this is — we have a Kinsey Heath and a Kynsal Lodge Farm, but not a Kynsal Heath as such on modern maps.

#A centenarian
Dave also writes -

"I would also be interested if anyone remembers my great-great-Grandmother Annie Gardner (b Aug 1848), who was in living in Audlem, when she celebrated her 100th Birthday in Aug 1948."

Please let us know if you have any information and we will pass it on to Dave. 

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