Thanks Lesley,I came across this site by accident. I’m doing my family history on my mother’s side, have managed to get as far back as 1816 my g grandfather x3 called Joseph Beevis was a tailor and lived in Glemsford suffolk. I’ve noticed tailoring appears a lot in that family line . Would appreciate any information on the beevis family.
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Thread: Joseph Beavis Glemsford
23-11-2019, 4:45 PM #1Newcomer to Brit-Gen
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23-11-2019, 7:55 PM #2Super Moderator
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As a point from which to work this is your Joseph in the 1841 census? Name mistranscibed.
HO107 Piece 1011 Book 14 Folio 31 Page 14
Joseph Beaves 25 Tailor born in county? Yes
Mary Ann Beaves 20 yes
Elizebeth Beaves 3 yes
Joseph Beaves 2 yes
So if this is your Joseph's birth age 2 above Joseph snr's wife is Mary nee Allen.
JOSEPH ALLEN BEAVIS, mother's maiden name Allen
GRO Reference - June 1/4 1839 Quarter registration district SUDBURY Vol 12 Page 444
From familysearch.org Joseph Beavis and Mary Allen were married 1 March 1837 at Glemsford, Suffolk. Unfortunately just a few months too early to be on the official marriage register which started in September that year and would have named his father.
I am going to move (and do a small edit) on your last post and my reply post, to the Suffolk forum as it has become a research post. I will leave your original post in the Introduce Yourself forum.
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