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    Baptism: 3 Feb 1878 St Clement, Salford, Lancashire, England
    Elizabeth Alexander - [Child] of Henry Alexander & Mary
    Abode: 97 Robert Hall Street
    Occupation: Baker
    Baptised by: C.V. Merriman
    Register: Baptisms 1877 - 1883, Page 8, Entry 58
    Source: LDS Film 1786422
    Baptism: 19 Sep 1879 St Clement, Salford, Lancashire, England

    Baptism: 19 Sep 1879 St Clement, Salford, Lancashire, England
    Joseph Alexander - [Child] of Henry Alexander & Mary
    Abode: 99 Robert Hall Street
    Occupation: Baker
    Notes: Received into the Church Oct. 5 1879
    Baptised by: C.V. Merriman
    Register: Baptisms 1877 - 1883, Page 54, Entry 428
    Source: LDS Film 1786422

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    Quote Originally Posted by emeltee View Post
    The 1861 Census ref mentioned in Post#7 has David's wife as Eliza which fits with the marriage given in the post above.

    12 Matthew Street, Hulme, Chorlton
    David Oakes 26 Maker Up Goods Heaton Norris
    Eliza Oakes wife 18 Manchester.

    Emeltee
    I've just seen the Parish Register entry for the marriage of David & Eliza. I compared the signatures with that on the certificate of David and Mary Jordan and I have to say there are differences in the forming of the "D" for David on the two registrations- and on one he writes his surname as Oakes, the other Oaks again with differing character formatting. So there is now an element of doubt that 'my" David married Eliza.
    Note I said doubt meaning I haven't totally discounted the marriage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geneius View Post
    Just followed Henry ( Harry ) Alexander thru to 1891, I think at least 3 of the chidren are Henry & Mary nee Jordan's Oakes
    RG12; Piece: 3194; Folio: 13; Page: 19;
    7 Cobden Street Hulme
    Henry Alexander 46
    Mary Alexander 39
    J Pendlebury 17
    H Alexander 14
    E Alexander 13 Elizabeth?
    J Alexander 11

    M E Alexander 6
    A Alexander 4
    E Alexander 2

    Leave you to unscramble

    Henry remarried for the 3rd time

    Name: Henry Alaxander
    Gender: Male
    Marriage Age: 36
    Event Type: Marriage
    Birth Year: abt 1845
    Marriage Date: 1 Jun 1881
    Marriage Place: Hulme, St Michael, Manchester, England
    Father: Francis Alexander
    Spouse: Mary Pendlebury
    Reference Number: M320/7/2/2
    Item Number: 5 Archive Roll: 818

    For completeness his first marriage

    Name: Henry Alexander
    Birth Year: abt 1844
    Marriage Date: 18 Oct 1868
    Parish: Manchester, St Mary, St Denys and St George
    Father's name: Francis Alexander
    Spouse's Name: Hannah Foster
    Spouse's Father's Name: Edward Foster

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    Hello Jean

    Just to let you know that I have traced Francis (Henry's father) to a Non-conformist register for Salford in 1805.
    In between this research I have been slowly transcribing an 1861 census schedule for Liverpool for the FreeCEN project - the writing is pretty poor meaning I have to really focus thereby encroaching into my free time for my own research.But it is a task I enjoy as I feel that I am at least making a contribution to assist fellow researchers.
    David

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