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    Cool James cummings born abt. 1867

    Hi everyone, I'm looking for a bit of help regarding a James cummings, born around 1867, aged 24 on the 1891 census. James was born in birmingham, Warwickshire. However James dob is unclear as he's also listed to have been born around 1864

    James married I believe a Hannah Warrington born 1866, Birmingham and died 1939. However there is also a James cummings who married a Hannah pare.

    Hannah and James had the following children

    Emma Cummings
    1885–
    James Cummings
    1887–
    Gertrude Cummings
    1888–1961
    "Nellie" Ellen Cummings
    1888–1888
    Walter Cummings
    1892–
    Minnie Cummings
    1895–
    Florence Cummings
    1902–
    Marion Cummings
    1904–
    Hannah Cummings

    Any help on Hannah and James's parents would be appreciated and confirmation that James married Hannah Warrington as opposed to Hannah pare.

    Have a good day

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    If you look for the birth registrations for the children on the GRO site they all have mother's maiden name Page.

    I haven't been able to locate either of the two possible marriages you mention in your post.

    Emeltee

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    There is a marriage for a James Cunnings to Anna Page Mar 1885 Birmingham 6d 92

    Obviously a typo has been made somewhere along the line. However this marriage fits with the fact that in 1911 James states that they have been married 26 years and also with the mother's maiden name on the chidren's birth registrations.

    Emeltee

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    Quote Originally Posted by emeltee View Post
    If you look for the birth registrations for the children on the GRO site they all have mother's maiden name Page.

    I haven't been able to locate either of the two possible marriages you mention in your post.

    Emeltee
    I have found the same MMN for children Page

    1911 census say 9 children born 9 living 2 died at birth Ellen and Hannah

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    And finally...

    Birth
    James Cummings Sep 1865 Birmingham 6d 92 mmn Rutter

    Marriage
    James Cummings/Ellen Rutter Dec 1857 Birmingham 6d 65

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    There is a marriage for Hannah warrington

    Hannah Warrington
    Registration Year: 1885
    Registration Quarter: Jan-Feb-Mar
    Registration district: Birmingham
    Parishes for this Registration District:
    Inferred County: Warwickshire
    Volume: 6d , Page: 77

    Records on Page: Name
    Thomas Astley
    Mary Matilda Fisher
    Albert Charles Hall
    Hannah Warrington

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    On his marrige cert record his Brother Frederich Charles is a witness and on the 1881 census he is living with his brother Fredk c. cummings. James occupation fruiter which is the same on all records found

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    This is the James linked to Hannah Warrington or Anna page?

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    Hey emeltee, I followed up what you said and gro does say page rather than pare and this shows on the children's birth registration. So looks like Hannah Warrington is not their mum.

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