My ancestor married Jonathan Cattermole (b. abt. 1804) of Diss. Any connection?
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Pollington and Old Goole are not far from each other, so it is possible. I cannot remember a church in Old Goole, only a Chapel, so St John's is most likely the church in the centre of Goole...
8th April 1690 Thomas & Patience baptised a daughter, Patience at Thurnham, Kent
also a possible match:
27th April 1690 William Athawes jnr. married Mary SHORND at All Saints, Maidstone
there is a marriage dated 16th April 1689 for Thomas Athawes and Patience Fuller at Boxley. Is this one of yours?
you can use any name you like as long as it's not meant to defraud, so it's possible she didn't use Deed Poll. As for her marriage, one would expect her to use the name she was known by. When I...
that's great, fits perfectly with my Post #3. Ought to be easy to back track through the Censuses now.
I think that they came from Liverpool means that they sailed from there, not that they lived there. Liverpool was a very busy port for emigrants to the U.S.
this Charles died 8 November and was aged 1 month, at death, and was "of Bredgar", place of death was Stockbury. He was the son of Thomas & Hannah, baptised 18th October.
(information from Kent...
do you have them on the U.S. Census? According to an email I received, Find My Past is free this weekend. Might be useful.
I wish all were that easy
a possible marriage for his parents:
Dec qtr 1901 Wolverhampton District, Vol 6B, Page 1116
William Henry GARBETT and Emma Florence TURNER
in 1911 they were living at 220 Coleman Street,...
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for details about H.M.S. Vernon you could try:
alternatively enter "H.M.S. Vernon" (including punctuation) into Google.
some Canadian emigrants also entered via the U.S.A. so you'll need to search far and wide. You could try the Ellis Island and Castle Gardens sites (try googling them). Also the ISTG site has loads of...
an Edwin SAVIEL (no middle name) was born in 1855 and died 21st Jul 1861 in Madras.
apparently Ernest Henry Albert's father was "R. NAUX" and the marriqge date was 13th Nov 1911
https://archive.org/details/texts has copies of Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Unfortunately most are not dated, but might be worth a look
another possible. The 1870 Census for Burlington, Wisconsin has:
William CHAPMAN born Canada about 1823. Occ: Farmer
Martha CHAPMAN born Vermont about 1835. Occ: Keeping House
have found William & Cherry on the 1851 Census HO 107, Folio 18, Piece 1899. No Matthew shown with the family though.
I wonder whether Cherry might have returned from the U.S. after William's death...
Dec qtr. 1842
Launceston district, Vol. 9, Page 180
William CHAPMAN & Cherry DENNIS.
it looks as though Ann DENNIS (on the Census) could be Cherry's mother.
the 1861 Census for Bowithick, Altarnun ( RG 9, Piece 1517, Folio 5) has:
William b. abt. 1822 in Gwennap, Cornwall. Occ: Copper Miner
Cherry b. abt. 1828 in Altarnun, Cornwall
Matthew b. abt....
I've had some good results from my "silly searches".
Specsavers are too expensive, I'd rather spend my money on certificates.
Lancs BMD has Catherine PENKETH born in St. Helens in 1847. Found the family in 1851 but cannot see Catherine in 1861. Time for a "silly search".
there is a marriage at Prescot in 1863 between Thomas GREALEY and Catherine PENKETH. So according to the 1871 Census she'd only have been 14 when they married.
when and where was he born. Also where were they living in 1871. I can only find one Thomas GREELEY and the reference is different to both of those you gave.
do you have a year of birth? There are quite a few possible deaths during that period.
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