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    I would like to report that this one has been...

    I would like to report that this one has been solved.
    Mary Luscombe was baptised on 12 October 1774, Charles the Martyr, Plymouth, along with her sister Amelia Ann Luscombe, the daughters of...
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    Thanks Tony, certainly plenty here to investigate...

    Thanks Tony, certainly plenty here to investigate further
    cheers
    daryl
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    Thanks almach. This astute observation coupled...

    Thanks almach. This astute observation coupled with your finding William Redman's baptism has breached this brickwall. I have yet to find Elizabeth Ducketts birth but this find in the 1841 census...
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    Elizabeth's parish is "of the same" i.e. Wedmore...

    Elizabeth's parish is "of the same" i.e. Wedmore
    Thanks again almach
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    I think that clinches the relationship you...

    I think that clinches the relationship you suggested earlier.... Thanks Almach - From the 1841 census I assumed that Elizabeth Redman (born 1831) was the first of Benjamin and Elizabeth's children....
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    Now there is an idea worth pursuing ... collect...

    Now there is an idea worth pursuing ... collect Ducketts and Redmans in the vicinity and see if (or how) they are related.
    Thanks almach
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    Thanks Christanel Actually I am wondering if...

    Thanks Christanel
    Actually I am wondering if this is the Elizabeth Duckett born in Kingsdon - I read the date of birth as 1808 - but baptised in Wedmore 15 months later?
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    Elizabeth Duckett born Kingsdon, Som. 1808

    This one has defied me for so long now that it feels more like four brick walls, surrounding me.
    Benjamin Redman married Elizabeth Duckett, marriage yet to be located.
    1841 Census indicates both...
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    I have made some progress, I think ... The...

    I have made some progress, I think ...
    The problem with NZ BMD Indexes was that I could not find a death for Cecilia Delaney, at all, and once I had Alice Maud (Delaney) Barnett's birth, marriage,...
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    Thanks for your replies katarzyna, shippo, and...

    Thanks for your replies katarzyna, shippo, and Wayne
    One problem solved. Both the death and marriage certificates of Alice Maud Delaney list her mother as Cecilia Mary Delaney, nee Burke.
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    Thanks Megan. No I could see any match either. ...

    Thanks Megan. No I could see any match either.

    Yes four Josephs should not be a huge task to sort through

    Thanks again
    daryl
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    Joseph Delaney married in Sydney, 1895

    Alice Maud Delaney was born 19 March 1901, Linwood (Christchurch, New Zealand).
    Her birth certificate indicates that her parents were Joseph Delaney, a painter, aged 34, born Lancashire and
    Cecilia...
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    Thanks Dundee10 I have William Thomas Mitchell...

    Thanks Dundee10
    I have William Thomas Mitchell Barnett's baptism. He was born 5 January 1854. His father's occupation is given as "commercial traveller" whereas he is described (or rather describes...
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    Thanks wimsey Clearly I need to brush up English...

    Thanks wimsey
    Clearly I need to brush up English geography ....
    cheers
    daryl
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    kia ora Dundee10 I have been musing over why...

    kia ora Dundee10
    I have been musing over why William Thomas Mitchell Barnett did not show up for me. I have been explicitly excluding the period he was registered from my search. I didn't think...
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    Wow! a slam dunk! Thank you Dundee10. Bold move...

    Wow! a slam dunk! Thank you Dundee10. Bold move to head out to Australia with a 6 month old child. Your by-line is certainly accurate "Knowledgeable and helpful" and a light-bulb moment - William...
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    Thanks wimsey That Henley is right on the county...

    Thanks wimsey
    That Henley is right on the county border certainly helps with one of the problems I have with this one. Yes it is the occupation that is throwing me. I am beginning to wonder how much...
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    I cannot promise success but would be happy to...

    I cannot promise success but would be happy to have go.
    daryl
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    William Barnett b 1821

    William Barnett's obituary
    Evening Star, Issue 11630, 17 August 1901
    "Another resected townsman and old identity has passed away in the person of Mr William Barnett, a well-known and familiar...
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    Henry Brooke de Longueville's uncle

    Henry Brooke de Longueville's uncle
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    Elese de Longueville and her servant were living...

    Elese de Longueville and her servant were living at 33 Penywern Road in 1911 (in 12 rooms!)
    Elese is Henry Brooke de Longueville's mother
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    Thanks Geneius and Marymog The 1908 reference...

    Thanks Geneius and Marymog

    The 1908 reference is undoubtably to the "Home for cats" saga. "Zoe" is indeed an interesting character (Josephine Marie Constance Clarke before she started marrying).
    ...
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    Thanks Dean I also wondered if he might have...

    Thanks Dean
    I also wondered if he might have reverted to his birth name of Clarke. Or he might have re-located to Germany, his mother was German.
    I have found a Harry de Longueville marrying in...
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    Henry Brooke de Longueville

    Harry de Longueville was born 1854, the son of Charles Myers de Longueville. I have found several references to him in connection with wills of family members, and the rather bizarre case of the...
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    1861 census for Anglesea Barracks

    William Hedges married Eliza Potter in the Parish Church in the Parish of Portsea on 15 September 1862
    William Hedges was a Lance Corporal in 55th Regiment - residence given as Clarence Barracks...
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