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    Dear Pam
    thankyou. Elizabeth who was born 1825 Eisey Wiltshire who came with parents and siblings, married James Butler Stone 1846 Eisey and but died 1855 Goodwood South Australia.
    So I will purchasee the will and Johns death cert and go from there.,
    thanking you
    Doreenh

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoreenH View Post
    Dear Pam
    thankyou. Elizabeth who was born 1825 Eisey Wiltshire who came with parents and siblings, married James Butler Stone 1846 Eisey and but died 1855 Goodwood South Australia.
    So I will purchasee the will and Johns death cert and go from there.,
    thanking you
    Doreenh
    Well, on the one hand if Elizabeth the granddaughter is the daughter of Elizabeth then it must mean that she was born before the elder Elizabeth and James married 23 November 1846.
    On the other hand, presumably Elizabeth junior didn't travel to Australia with her mother - or have you just overlooked her entry? But why would anyone leave behind a possible 5 - 9 year old when the rest of the family (mother, stepfather, one set of grandparents, most of her mother's siblings) are going to the other side of the world?
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    Just suggestions, but could the stepfather have not accepted her? Were the other grandparents both dead when they emigrated?

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    Regarding the search for Haines at Corsley, please be aware that non-conformity is/was strong in that part of the county which is another reason you may have difficulty finding baptisms. Legal marriages are not such a problem as they had to done at the parish church, but many burials and baptisms are hard to find. There were at least 22 Baptist churches between Warminster and Trowbridge plus Congregational churches and others in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries
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