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Have found a death registration of a Rachel Hopcraft in Bicester 1893. Will look for other's if you want.
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Henson died in 1845 in Barrow.
My previous post asking about living in Birmingham should read 1851 of course. Looks like I made quite a few typos in that one!
Found on the 1841 census (names are a bit of a muddle up)
South Street, Barrow upon Soar
Henson age 60 - Farm Servant
Sarah age 15
Mr(?) Smith age 60
Cath (?) Ludford age 20
How do you know they were living in Birmingham in 1951? m I cannot find any census records except an Elijah living in Barrow in Oar on the 1851 census but he is not old enough. i can't find Elijah...
03-02-2020 4:28 PM
Of course that is not 1985 - it should read 1895!
03-02-2020 4:17 PM
First entry I fond on Ancestry is Thomas Richardson, born 1870, Stockton, Durham. Masters and Mates certificate issued 18/10/1893.
The Certificate is issued because Thomas had qualified to fulfil...
Apart from the marriage of Margaret and my grandfather (Frederick William Ley Malings in 1895) I cannot find any other information on Margaret before her marriage. I know from the marriage cert that...
No that is the date of the birth registration on FreeBMD - Salford 8d 78 Mar Qtr 1857.
Might not be any relation, but a bit of a coincidence having that name. Maybe another of the Carr family's...
There is a birth record for a Rosilda Carr in 1857 - Salford. There is also a registration for a Mary Carr at the same time. Could be the same person?
I sell books for a charity shop (I volunteer). I use a site called Ziffit but they don't specialise in any particular subject. You can enter the books (by the bar code or ISBN number). If you don't...
Lissiejane - Going back to your first post, the only way you will find the father is to obtain a birth certificate (then of course the name of the father may not be on the certificate or may not be...
Sorry, just realised my mistake. I see that in your previous post you are trying to trace Wilhem whose mother was a Sturt.
I have been looking for a marriage of Ann Sturt to Jacob Hofman but...
Was your mother's family name Hofman or Sturt?
From you other post it looks like her married name was Hofman.
1911 census shows
2 Wilderness Street, Weston Street, Bermondsey
Signed name is James Thomas Lincoln Wright.
James Wright born abt 1871 London Printer's Assistant
Emma wife born abt 1874...
Jubilee Weaver -m- Sarah Evans 17 April 1832 St. Michael. Bedwardine, Worcester.
Children: Sarah Ann, Charles Andrew, John ( Sarah Ann b. 1841 -m- Samuel Smith) Everything happened in Worcester....
I understood that if you got married on Christmas Day then you did not have to pay anything!
Do you need any info on any of the names?
The baptism for George is recorded as George Bonsir on Ancestry. So as Pam noted there are variants of the spelling.
12-12-2019 8:52 AM
This tree looks very complicated. Looks like there were half siblings too.
12-12-2019 8:49 AM
Just looking n Ancestry and I see there is a tree for Thomas Foster born 1826 in Broughton (died in NSW, Australia) Mother listed as Ann Hannah Foster Just wondered if this is your Thomas, if so...
I agree that James may not be his father. Have you seen the entry on the 1841 census? If not it has been transcribed as Lachasih Melton, but looking at the actual return it is Zachariah Mellor,...
The tree I looked at on Ancestry have all the sources for Zaccariah born 1811, his father James, grandfather George, although it really does not look as if some of the entries relate to this family. ...
I did a search on Ancestry for Zac and came up with loads of entries. One being the Mellor Family Tree. By the way have you looked at Meller too? Spellings can also change due to transcriptions etc
Just because Zac was born n Blackburn does not mean his father was born there also. I see on one census it looks like the father of a Zac was a Plasterer. That means he probably travelled around to...
Is that your tree on Ancestry? Possibly not as it goes back a long way (I got as are as Thomas born 1550).
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