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    Default Mary Ann Ingram Newtown Montgomeryshire

    I am looking for any information on Mary Ann Ingram . She is my gg grandmother who was born in Mongomeryshire in 1819. She married my gg grand father in St James Westminster in1846. I have sent for her marriage certificate but it will be a while . in the censuses she says she is from Newtown Montgomeryshire any help would be most welcome thank you.

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    It might help people to pinpoint her if you provide a bit more info. For example, her husband's name, where did he give as his birthplace, that sort of thing. In which censuses have you found her?

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    I have found her in the following censuses. 1861 1871, 1881, 1891. she died in Chorlton upon Medlock in 1898. she married John Parsons Hill in St James Westminster in 1846 . John was born in 1816 in St Mary Key , Ipswich

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    At this stage are you only looking to follow her, her parents and family back beyond the 1861 census? Do you have all the information you want on her 1861 onwards?
    If I have the correct Mary Ann Hill in 1861 she is down as married but there is no husband with her.
    RG9 Piece 2942 Folio 29 Page 12
    5 Alport Town Manchester
    Mary Hill 40 Head married Charwoman Newtown Wales
    John Henry Isaac Hill 14 son, London,
    Fred Alfred Parson Hill 11 Liverpool born 1848
    Charles Hill 9 Liverpool
    Mary Jane Hill 8 Alport

    Does he appear in later censuses with her? Answered my own question - no he doesn't.
    1871 RG10 Piece 3991 Folio 133 Page 12
    1881 RG11 Piece 3921 Folio 40 Page 33
    1891 RG12 Piece 3186 Folio 141 Page: 18

    There is a baptism record for a Fred Alfred Parsons Hill 1863 son of John Hill and Mary Ann born 1848 but baptised 1863. John was a cabinet maker on this baptismal record.
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    Her husband died in 1853 in Chorlton Upon Medlock .

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    I searched on and off yesterday using the names of all family members and their birth places and still can't find them in 1851 census. I will try again today.
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    Thank you for your help.

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    In 1851 they seem to be recorded as Wilson for some unknown reason:

    8 Moorfields, Liverpool - HO107, Piece 2179, Folio 876, Page 15
    John Wilson 36 Cabinet Maker born Ipswich, Suffolk
    Mary Wilson 30 Wife born Newtown, Mongomeryshire
    John Wilson 4 Son born London
    Frederick 2 Son born Liverpool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jomot1 View Post
    In 1851 they seem to be recorded as Wilson for some unknown reason:

    8 Moorfields, Liverpool - HO107, Piece 2179, Folio 876, Page 15
    John Wilson 36 Cabinet Maker born Ipswich, Suffolk
    Mary Wilson 30 Wife born Newtown, Mongomeryshire
    John Wilson 4 Son born London
    Frederick 2 Son born Liverpool
    Great find Jomot1

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    Thank you . I would never have found it.

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