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    I've looked for them under both addresses, can't...

    I've looked for them under both addresses, can't find them anywhere. The address given on the first childs baptism record was his parents address so maybe they were staying there but not in when the...
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    yes, that's the one.

    yes, that's the one.
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    oh does it, haha! You are obviously much better...

    oh does it, haha! You are obviously much better and reading old handwriting!
    Ok so not them, don't know where they were in 1841 then?
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    Looking for Fitzgerald family 1841.

    Looking for William Henry Fitzgerald b1817 on the 1841 census.
    He married Louisa Watson in 1840 and their first child William was born in 1841.
    On his marriage cert his occupation is Cabinet maker...
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    Could be!

    Could be!
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    So possibly not his father at all then! Or from...

    So possibly not his father at all then! Or from another marriage? Hmm I need to dig some more then. Don't want to be barking up completely the wrong tree.
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    I've spent ages trying to find this person and no...

    I've spent ages trying to find this person and no luck. Closest I could find was a Harriett Truesharding baptised around that time and place, father was Dennis, so could be them but struggling to...
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    Thanks everyone, I thought it might have said...

    Thanks everyone,
    I thought it might have said Daniel.. am yet to find a birth record for Harriett with Daniel as her father, I was hoping the witnesses might give me some clues.. never mind!
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    Actually that's a good point that I completely...

    Actually that's a good point that I completely forgot to mention! The marriage is transcribed as 1879 but looking at the record it looks more like 1877, I can't be sure. First child was born in 1878...
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    That's very possible, but I can't find evidence...

    That's very possible, but I can't find evidence of another marriage at the moment. I will keep looking.
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    Can anyone read this??

    Unfortunately I can't work out how to attach a record on here, but I wondered if anyone could take a look at the following record;
    It's a marriage that took place on 7 Oct 1879 at St John's,...
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    I found a marriage record for a Pitman...

    I found a marriage record for a Pitman Collingbourne and Ann Hill for 1740 in Woodchester, which is two years after Richard's birth year.
    I did find a Richard Hill born in 1738 in Woodchester but it...
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    Finding evidence..

    Hi all,
    I have got back to my 5 x great grandfather, Richard Collingbourne who was born in 1738 in Shurdington, Gloucestershire (I think).
    Now according to several other trees on anc his father was...
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    tbh this whole family seems to be a bit of a...

    tbh this whole family seems to be a bit of a mystery, haha. Going to take me a while to unravel!
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    oh wow, ok, that could explain why they seem to...

    oh wow, ok, that could explain why they seem to vanish! Interesting.
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    Oh right, I didn't think divorces really happened...

    Oh right, I didn't think divorces really happened back then, oh did people literally just 'separate and remarry.
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    oh that's interesting! So she may have been...

    oh that's interesting! So she may have been Harriett's from a previous marriage, I haven't traced Harriett and George's previous spouses yet so don't know when they died.
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    Yes George seems to change between George, John...

    Yes George seems to change between George, John and John George.. And his occupation varies between Grocer/milkman and cow keeper.
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    Yes I think she may have done.. She would have...

    Yes I think she may have done.. She would have been a Jones when she married George but only by marriage.
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    That's the one. It's the same parents as address...

    That's the one. It's the same parents as address and father's occupation is the same, but all the children from the previous marriage seem to have disappeared? Of course the older ones probably moved...
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    This could well be her?

    This could well be her?
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    I may be wrong but her mothers name may be Eliza....

    I may be wrong but her mothers name may be Eliza. She has 3 full brothers, George, John and Charles and I found baptism records for all of them with George and Eliza as the parents. No baptism record...
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    Elizabeth Collingbourne b1838.

    I'm struggling a bit with this person, she appears on the 1841 census living with her parents George and Harriett (I don't think Harriett is her biological mother as she and George only married in...
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    You absolute genius!

    You absolute genius!
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    George Thomas Collingbourne 1891 census

    I seems to have lost this person between 1881 and 1901!
    He married Alice Reader in 1885 in Camden, the address is 13b College Street (I think) and he is working as cheesemonger.
    In 1901 the two of...
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