Discovery of my Great Grandfather’s twin sister

There were three more Dinnis children to be baptised at the Brighton Chapel Royal: Charlotte, George and Cora.  At this time the family had moved to Ship Street in Brighton, still very close to the Brighton Chapel Royal in the town centre.  Their father, John Dinnis was still working as a Cook.

Brighton Chapel Royal

Brighton Chapel Royal

Charlotte Harriet Dinnis 18 December 1850

George Dinnis 18 May 1853

Cora Dinnis 18 May 1853

I was very surprised to see George and Cora baptised on the same day, this was the first mention of Cora to me.  George is my great grandfather, and he had a twin sister, Cora.

About Jackie Dinnis

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One Response to Discovery of my Great Grandfather’s twin sister

  1. Oh, that’s an exciting discovery!

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