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    Have you made any enquires about Blackburn...

    Have you made any enquires about Blackburn grammar school? As a bright boy he may have gone there after primary school.
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    There is a marriage in Woolwich in 1958 between...

    There is a marriage in Woolwich in 1958 between Aubrey J H Clayton and Doreen M Clayton. Probably not your Doreen - though you may know of a link to Woolwich.
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    Hi Green family If we do have the correct family...

    Hi Green family
    If we do have the correct family there could be several reasons for the discrepancies. Brownsword, Brownsett etc may be spelled as heard by vicars, registrars etc and so not...
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    Thanks for all the information Alma and Jomot....

    Thanks for all the information Alma and Jomot. More to think about!!
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    I keep coming back to Joseph Brooke b1833 and...

    I keep coming back to Joseph Brooke b1833 and wife Mary in Brieryhurst near Kidsgrove in 1861 and the same family I think in Talke in 1871. I can only see the FS transcriptions and some of the...
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    FS have her as Louisa Braunover so not too...

    FS have her as Louisa Braunover so not too different from Brownsword....
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    Think we do have Louisa Brownsword's family here...

    Think we do have Louisa Brownsword's family here Alma.The problem seems to be following them afterwards, esp Louisa!
    I have a possible marriage for Hannah Brownsett in Talke in 1873 to Peter Jones,...
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    There is an 18 yr old Joseph Brownsword grandson...

    There is an 18 yr old Joseph Brownsword grandson to Hannah Bownsword at Butt Lane, Audley Talk Hamlet in 1851. He may be eldest son of daughter Louisa Brookes born before marriage, or son of one of...
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    I also think that Louisa Brownsword b 1859 mmn...

    I also think that Louisa Brownsword b 1859 mmn Parsons is a possibility. A Joseph Brownsword b1833, father's name Richard Lear married a Mary Parsons b1829 in 1854 at Audley Staffs. Possible children...
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    I think that the James Mullett who married Eliza...

    I think that the James Mullett who married Eliza Homer in 1858(and who had a son Joseph b 1859) is a James Mullett b 1837, son of James and Rhoda Mullett mentioned in the 1861 census you have found....
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    I think Matilda Homer married Henry Richards in...

    I think Matilda Homer married Henry Richards in 1846 not George Mullett. However there is a James Mullett who married an Eliza Homer in 1858 who is a possibility . There is a 13 yr old Joseph Mullett...
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    I was looking at this information last night and...

    I was looking at this information last night and decided, although it seemed unlikely, that Mary and William Corns were possibly the same people as Mary and Thomas Edwards....This would suggest that...
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    GRO and Freebmd have a death of a 24 year old...

    GRO and Freebmd have a death of a 24 year old Susan Hearn, Sep Q 1860, Liskeard reg dist which sounds possible.
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    Hello There is also a death of a John Wilson age...

    Hello
    There is also a death of a John Wilson age 57 in 1859 in Canongate Edinburgh.
    Ref 685/3 785
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    That's a sad end for Arthur. Pat, if Louisa...

    That's a sad end for Arthur.

    Pat, if Louisa Emma is with Carl Wessman in 1911 then you will need to reconsider the death in Ipswich in 1902 for her which you mention in post #51.
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    More interesting information! In 1901 a Laura E...

    More interesting information! In 1901 a Laura E Fenton is housekeeper to the widowed Carl.FS doesn't give her marriage condition. Also son Albert E Fenton age 4.
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    Yes lots of convincing circumstantial evidence....

    Yes lots of convincing circumstantial evidence. We may never know if Henry/William is also father to Arthur, or why Louisa chose to give Hall as a maiden name. But it has been quite fascinating! I...
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    Thanks. Sounds as tho it is nearby. I do think he...

    Thanks. Sounds as tho it is nearby. I do think he could possibly be Louisa Lazenby's older brother. He is with the family in St Bride's in 1851, married, wife not present. I think he married...
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    Hi Pat - possibly Upper Ground was mentioned just...

    Hi Pat - possibly Upper Ground was mentioned just to distinguish this Green Walk from the other one.
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    Thanks Alma,I hadn't checked that out.( the 1861...

    Thanks Alma,I hadn't checked that out.( the 1861 census details)
    Are you able to check the address John Lazenby and family are at in 1861 in the same area? Is he Louisa's older brother? I think FS...
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    I've had a look at the OS maps of Surrey and...

    I've had a look at the OS maps of Surrey and Middlesex from the National library of Scotland.In the maps surveyed 1868 to 1873 it is marked as Green Walk, in Christchurch parish. In the maps...
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    Googling around, I think - tho am not sure -...

    Googling around, I think - tho am not sure - there was another Green Walk in Southwark, now renamed Hopton Street and at one time Holland St. This Green Walk is marked on 18th C maps and joins on to...
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    Hi Pat Was it the informant who lived at Green...

    Hi Pat
    Was it the informant who lived at Green Walk or was it usual address for Louisa? Who was the informant please? Every little bit helps!
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    Thanks for the updates everyone and well done...

    Thanks for the updates everyone and well done Alma, locating Louisa in 61 census. My guess is that she had been working in the Soho area but may have returned to Southwark after Arthur's birth to be...
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    Thanks Alma and Megan for all the information. ...

    Thanks Alma and Megan for all the information.
    The link between Henry Ashford and William Lazenby is looking tentatively possible.....Maybe listing all the dates and addresses for both characters...
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