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    thanks Pam, usually I do but I think sometimes when I am in a hurry but I have slowed down so I will do in future appreciate that you removed the Maning name

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    Quote Originally Posted by helachau View Post
    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
    I searched for James on UK censuses 1841 onwards but he didn't show up. A james Merrett from Dursley was transported to Tasmania on the Arab arriving 1834. He married Allison Morrison in 1841. I don't know if he's 'your' James but it could be worth you researching him.

    https://librariestas.ent.sirsidynix....rrett%2C+James

    https://convictrecords.com.au/convic...ett/james/5276
    Alma

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    I will look into that James Merrett, many thanks, I had a look but his mother was Elizabeth Webb and his birth date had changed to 1815, given the earlier information I was given the mother would be Elizabeth Jordan, but I will keep this information, as at the moment I cannot prove, thank you
    karen
    Last edited by mjkisxo; 10-09-2020 at 7:14 AM. Reason: more information

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    it will be hard to prove which Elizabeth it may be

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjkisxo View Post
    it will be hard to prove which Elizabeth it may be
    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 fill in the 9 or so years 'til James' baptism.
    "dyfal donc a dyr y garreg"

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    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, father Thomas Merrett, Stonemason.
    One of the witnesses as an Elzabeth Merrett, who made her mark
    "dyfal donc a dyr y garreg"

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    thanks Helachau. , appreciate all the information
    Karen

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