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    Hi,
    I am trying to trace the parents and exact birth details of one Frederick Charles Daubeney b. abt 1862, I think in Weymouth, Dorset. He was father to my grandmother, and was married to Sarah Anne Brinton (b. 1863, Corfe Castle). Their daughter was Margery b.1900

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    Hi Kevin
    From FreeBDM birth of Frederick Charles Dawbney June quarter 1862, 5a 37

    Also the marriage of the above and on the same page Sarah Anne Brinton June quarter 1885, Christchurch, Hampshire 2b 1054

    You should be able to order certificates to find out more about Frederick.

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    Marriages Jun 1885
    DAWBNEY Frederick Charles - Christchurch 2b 1054
    BRINTON Sarah Anne - Christchurch 2b 1054

    The marriage certificate should give you both of their father's names and occupations

    Births Jun 1862
    DAWBNEY Frederick Charles - Weymouth 5a 337
    (FreeBMD have the page number transcribed as 37 - Correction sent)

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    Also Margery Dawbney born March quarter 1900, Christchurch, Hampshire 2b 678

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    1871, living Melcombe Regis, Weymouth. RG10; Piece: 2002; Folio: 49; Page: 43 (Crown copyright, in care of TNA)

    Frederick Charle Daubuey 38, Builder
    Mary Daubuey 36
    Mary Daubuey 14
    Jane Daubney 12
    Frederick Charles Daubney 8
    Thomas Richard Chas Daubney 7
    Bessie Daubney 5
    Minnie Daubney 3
    William John Daubney 1

    Mary (mother) born Radipole Dorset, all others' born Melcome Regis

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    Note the witnesses:

    Marriage 24 May 1885 at Bournemouth St Clement
    William Henry BRINTON, 30, Widower, Porter, Garfield Road - Father: Joseph Brinton, Stone Worker
    Annie Louisa EDWARDS, 27, Spinster, No occupation, Glencaston, Derby Road - Father: John Edwards, Gardener
    Witnesses: Frederick Charles Dawbury [sic], Sarah Anne Brinton

    Marriage 17 Jun 1885 at Bournemouth St Clement
    Frederick Charles DAWBURY, 23, Bachelor, Carpenter, Garfield Road - Father: Frederick Charles Dawbury, Carpenter
    Sarah Annie BRINTON, 22, Spinster, No occupation, Holdenhurst Road - Father: Joseph Brinton, Stone Mason
    Witnesses: Thomas Brinton, Annie Dawbury

    Source:
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    Quote Originally Posted by RonOne View Post
    Note the witnesses:

    Marriage 24 May 1885 at Bournemouth St Clement
    William Henry BRINTON, 30, Widower, Porter, Garfield Road - Father: Joseph Brinton, Stone Worker
    Annie Louisa EDWARDS, 27, Spinster, No occupation, Glencaston, Derby Road - Father: John Edwards, Gardener
    Witnesses: Frederick Charles Dawbury [sic], Sarah Anne Brinton

    Marriage 17 Jun 1885 at Bournemouth St Clement
    Frederick Charles DAWBURY, 23, Bachelor, Carpenter, Garfield Road - Father: Frederick Charles Dawbury, Carpenter
    Sarah Annie BRINTON, 22, Spinster, No occupation, Holdenhurst Road - Father: Joseph Brinton, Stone Mason
    Witnesses: Thomas Brinton, Annie Dawbury

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    opcdorset.org/Bournemouth/BournemouthStClemMarrs1872-1888.htm
    There seem to be some transcription errors on this. My brother sent me a digital copy of the marriage certificate.

    Errors are in the Groom's surname, the Bride's middle name and the witnesses.
    it should read as follows
    Marriage 17 Jun 1885 at Bournemouth St Clement
    Frederick Charles DAUBNEY, 23, Bachelor, Carpenter, Garfield Road - Father: Frederick Charles Daubney, Carpenter
    Sarah Anne BRINTON, 22, Spinster, No occupation, Holdenhurst Road - Father: Joseph Brinton, Stone Mason
    Married in the above church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, after (ilegible), by me, William Purton?
    Witnesses: James Brinton, Bessie Daubney

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevb View Post
    There seem to be some transcription errors on this.
    Which is a good reason why transcriptions should only be used as a guideline. Wherever possible, try and view the original source to confirm the details. Bear in mind that handwritten entries in some parish registers have faded badly over time making them difficult and sometimes impossible to decipher. Occasionally you'll even find discrepancies between the parish register entry and copy certificates from the GRO/LRO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevb View Post
    after (ilegible), by me, William Purton?
    Is the illegible word "banns"?

    Anything else written here usually begins with the word "by"
    i.e "by certificate", "by licence" etc...

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