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  1. Possible burial for the John HOWARD living off...

    Possible burial for the John HOWARD living off Freemason's Row in post 5 via Ancestry's Liverpool parish registers:

    19 February 1846 at Liverpool St John John HOWARD, Westmorland Street, aged 47...
  2. 1841 census of Liverpool (HO107/557/10, folio 12,...

    1841 census of Liverpool (HO107/557/10, folio 12, page 16) shows the following family living at Darwin Lane:

    John HOWARD 40 Lab
    Jane do 35
    John do 10...
  3. There is this marriage (via Ancestry's Liverpool...

    There is this marriage (via Ancestry's Liverpool parish registers) on 16 December 1827 at Liverpool St Peter of a John HOWARD of the parish, Labourer & a Jane WILSON of the parish, spinster. Both...
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    Glad to be of help. As Arthur has said, the more...

    Glad to be of help. As Arthur has said, the more Wills you transcribe, the easier it normally becomes because there tend to be standard phrases used. Thanks for the "aige" transcription, Arthur, I...
  5. Thread: Mary Walpole

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    Good luck. Let us know if we can help further. ...

    Good luck. Let us know if we can help further.

    Janet
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    "laud and praise be given" "manner and form...

    "laud and praise be given"
    "manner and form following"
    "Almighty God my Creator and Redeemer"
    "body to be buried in the parish church of D"
    "I give to the same church"
    "I give to the poore...
  7. Thread: Mary Walpole

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    John was a widower when he married Frances BASEY...

    John was a widower when he married Frances BASEY according to the parish register image on Family Search, so I suppose he could have been somewhat older than Frances. Burial at East Tuddenham on 3...
  8. It's a pleasure. Let us know how you get on. ...

    It's a pleasure. Let us know how you get on.

    Janet
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    1841 census does not show exactly where people...

    1841 census does not show exactly where people are born, only whether they are born in the county or other countries. The William BRINDLEY in Colwich is aged 75, a Shoe Maker born in the county of...
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    The marriage record is available to view on...

    The marriage record is available to view on Ancestry and states that William was a Blacksmith and he and Sarah were both of the parish of Sudbury. William made his mark and Sarah signed.

    One...
  11. I think the Ann PERKINS who was buried in 1808...

    I think the Ann PERKINS who was buried in 1808 (post 21) is likely to be the unmarried sister of a Henry PERKINS. There is a PCC Will on Ancestry for her in which she mentions her brother Henry &...
  12. Yes that Richard PERKINS is the one I mentioned...

    Yes that Richard PERKINS is the one I mentioned in post 4 above. Trouble is there appear to be several Richard PERKINS in Birmingham at the time you are interested in. It could perhaps be 3...
  13. As I mentioned previously, the parish register...

    As I mentioned previously, the parish register transcript of the marriage of Richard PERKINS and Ann HORTON does not give any ages, just that they were of the parish and married by banns. Your...
  14. A bit more information about the PERKINS family...

    A bit more information about the PERKINS family in Aston Cantlow. There is a burial at Aston Cantlow on 12 December 1844 for a Richard PERKINS of Wilmcote, aged 79, thus giving a birthdate of c1765....
  15. 1841 census of Birmingham (HO107/1141/14, folios...

    1841 census of Birmingham (HO107/1141/14, folios 49/50, pages 18/10) shows Richard & Harriet PERKINS living at 267 New Town Row with children Thomas, Matilda, Charles, George, Harriet, Mary Ann,...
  16. The Richard PERKINS in the 1851 census of Aston...

    The Richard PERKINS in the 1851 census of Aston Cantlow is shown as unmarried Agriculatural Labourer. There is a baptism at Aston Cantlow on 23 December 1798 of a Richard PERKINS son of Richard &...
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    The occupation of Mason seems to run in a...

    The occupation of Mason seems to run in a previous generation of the PIKE family at Collaton Raleigh. There is an apprenticeship indenture dated 4 August 1751 wherein a Thos PIKE of Collaton...
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    Yes, Uxbridge reg district covers Norwood between...

    Yes, Uxbridge reg district covers Norwood between 1837 and 1947 when it switches to Ealing reg district.

    The 1939 Register was taken on the 29 September and if the date of 14.5.1939 refers to...
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    Thomas William Legh HILTON appears in the...

    Thomas William Legh HILTON appears in the Manchester Rate Books (available to view on FMP) certainly between 1853-1856 as the occupier of Moston Hall.

    Eva seems to be a mystery woman, doesn't she....
  20. The marriage of Richard PERKINGS & Ann HORTON...

    The marriage of Richard PERKINGS & Ann HORTON took place on 21 February 1796 at Holy Trinity as you say, but according to my parish register transcript CD it states that Richard was a bachelor and...
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    Looking for any SUMMERBELL burials in either...

    Looking for any SUMMERBELL burials in either Bellingham or Elsdon, brings up the gravestone of the James & Elizabeth you mention above on Find a Grave which states that James died 6 October 1795 aged...
  22. FindmyPast have a marriage at Ribbesford,...

    FindmyPast have a marriage at Ribbesford, Worcestershire in 1821 of a Richard WILLIAMS to a Charlotte MILLWARD. No further details unfortunately but Ribbesford is not too far from Kidderminster. To...
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    From Ancestry's Surrey Calendar of Prisoners: ...

    From Ancestry's Surrey Calendar of Prisoners:

    Newington - Southwark Police Court Warrant issued 10 March 1888, received into custody 3 March 1888, Elijah SELBY, aged 21, Labourer, Stealing a...
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    I wonder if what Jean has found for you in the...

    I wonder if what Jean has found for you in the above post is relevant to your search. Looking on the GRO Index for STEPHENS birth registrations with mother's maiden name of DOYLE brings up the...
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    lawful and natural son, goods, chattels and...

    lawful and natural son, goods, chattels and credits.

    Janet
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