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  1. There is a lot of evidence that he wasn't in fact...

    There is a lot of evidence that he wasn't in fact a baptist. For him not to be baptised because of that reason would obviously mean it was his mother who was a baptist. She married several years...
  2. Thanks, I know that the mother was subject to a...

    Thanks, I know that the mother was subject to a Bastardy Examination and the father was identified, so the 'interference' on that front had already happened before Thomas was born. I am thinking that...
  3. Thanks Megan, I'm pretty sure he was never...

    Thanks Megan, I'm pretty sure he was never baptised based on a lot of searching and some other evidence, eg. he stated he was a Baptist when he arrived in Australia in 1853, presumably as a way to...
  4. Yes, this is my Thomas. In reply to Guy's...

    Yes, this is my Thomas.

    In reply to Guy's points, there is record of Ann's examination and also identification of the father, Bond etc. So I know most of the genealogical information, now I'm...
  5. Why Illegitimate children were not baptised?

    Hi, I am researching Thomas FOSTER born 1826 in Broughton, Huntingdonshire. I know that he was born illegitimate. I have been unable to find a baptism entry.

    During recent research I came across...
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    Is this the same family?

    Hi, I am researching the Foster family from Broughton, Huntingdonshire and am trying to resolve whether the following details show a single family or two families.

    John Foster married Sarah Hamant...
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