Agreed - I wasn't offering them as the same family. Rather that the births would take some unpicking
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1891 Census - ref. RG12 400 75 14
The family includes a an Ethel Farley, age 4, Herbert Farley age 7 and William age 2 - all born Lambeth. Parents are Thomas and Elizabeth Farley.
The General Register Office (GRO) has the birth registrations of
Ethel Mary Farley, Sep Qtr 1886, Lambeth, 1d 448
Elizabeth Mary A Farley, Sep 1887, Pancras, 1b 61
Edith Farley, Mar Qtr 1887,...
20-09-2020 1:24 PM
Newspapers are a great source of info - not about how it should be but how it was. Loved this snippet - (col 1 "New Penal Servitude System")
20-09-2020 9:33 AM
My usual site for viewing legislation delivers the 1857 Penal Servitude Act but not the 1853 unfortunately.
You might try Hansard https://hansard.parliament.uk/search?partial=False
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20-09-2020 8:36 AM
Check out the Penal Servitude Act 1853. Your "rellie" released in 1854 would be an early beneficiary of the change.
The Land Registry only provides details of owners from 1993 onwards.
FMP Marriage (transcript only)
John Munden of the Parish of Neath married Mary Thomas of the Parish of Penlline on 31 Nov 1770 at Penllyn.
Under the heading "Notes" the transcript reads "Personal...
Hadn't seen the '61 Census - was going by the '51 Census as PoB of Mary Fruman/Munun (Baglan). Had you noticed the next door neighbour to "Edward, "Annuitant" " and Mary in the '51 Census is the same...
William Flew, parish of L(l)angan and Mary Thomas, of St Mary Hill, married 28 Mar 1803 married at St Mary Hill
Burials - Parish of Ewenny
William Flue, abode Penlline, buried Oct 24 1819, age 48.
Edward Thomas Munden, bachelor, married Mary Flew, widow, at Penlline on 24 Feb 1821 - witnesses William Thomas and Richard Meyrick. Edward Thomas Munden and William Thomas signed - the other two...
The 1841 Census only identifies County of Birth - provided you still live in the County in which you were born. Else it will indicate "Not born in County". Hence the significance of finding him in...
A Zillah Munden married a Daniel Bambow, 19 Feb 1786 at Neath, St. Thomas. One of the witnesses looks suspiciously like Yerbere (?) Munden (Warning - it's all too easy to read what you want to see in...
FMP has the baptism (image/transcript) 0
Edward Manden, bap 20 April 1776, place Baglan, parents John and Mary. Looking at the original could well read Munden. The Edward Thomas Munden, bap 28 Jan...
Given the PoB in 1851 I was drawn to the Edward Thomas Munden, bap St Thomas, Neath, 28 Jan 1772 - although does not fit the 1776 Yob of the 1851 entry (the 1841 entry wd have been rounded down but...
I'm originally from nearby Bridgend and used to go to the Barley Mow pub in the Penllyn area (more years ago than I care to remember).
Did you find Edward Thomas Munden on the '51 Census? I can't...
Haven't been able to spot anything about Gwilym T. as yet but came across this intriguing item -
See col 3 - item beginning "An Account of...
Marriage (image from Ancestry)
21 Oct 1840, Joseph Goodwin, full age, bachelor, servant, Grosvenor Squ, father Thomas Goodwin, stableman and Emma Merrett, of full age, spinster, George Street,...
I'd started checking out the 1806 marriage of Thomas Merrett and Elizabeth Webb, being the closest to Dursley (Thomas of the parish of Frampton on Severn, Elizabeth of the Parish of Cam). Trying to...
Baptisms (Ancestry - image)
Parents Thomas and Elizabeth Merrett, abode Dursley, father's occpn. Mason
James, bap 9 Dec 1815; Emma, bap 27 Jul 1820; Eliza, bap 14 Apr 1822
Baptism (Ancestry - image)
28 Aug 1824, Jane, dau of Thomas and Elizabeth Merrett, abode Dursley, father's occpn. Stonemason
Cheltenham Chronicle, 4 Aug 1836
Gloucester City Sessions - Ann...
I've tried my usual google search "old photos date street seaforth" and substituting "date street" for roads nearby but it hasn't produced much - a picture of the rail station and the Seaforth Arms...
He's in Marylebone in the '41 (age 20) and '51 (age 33) Census. So, very likely him? -
The Champion, Sun 26 Mar 1837
LONDON POLICE - MARYLEBONE
"How's the Cook?" - Richard Halse, a dapper little...
You haven't mentioned Anthony's marriage certificate. Have you obtained it? The likelihood is that the Groom's father's details will be blank. But it's a long shot.
FindMyPast has the transcript...
When the Penrhyn Arms was opened in 1824 by Thomas B Bicknell an advert in the North Wales Gazette concluded
"N.B. Post Chaises, excellent Horses and careful Drivers, on the shortest...
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