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PaulaW

PaulaW Report 3 Feb 2009 12:59

Sarah Jane's parents

SARAH JANE FULLALOVE Pedigree
Female


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Event(s):
Birth:
Christening: 27 APR 1828 Saint Peter And Saint Paul, Milton By Gravesend, Kent, England

Death:
Burial:


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Parents:
Father: WILLIAM FULLALOVE Family
Mother: ELIZABETH

PaulaW

PaulaW Report 3 Feb 2009 13:14

WILLIAM FULLALOVE Pedigree
Male Family


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Event(s):
Birth:
Christening:
Death:
Burial:


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Marriages:
Spouse: ELIZABETH OSBORNE Family
Marriage: 25 NOV 1839 Chalk, Kent, England

PaulaW

PaulaW Report 3 Feb 2009 13:21

These are all on www.familysearch.org .



. GEORGE HENRY FULLALOVE - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 27 JAN 1830 Saint Peter And Saint Paul, Milton By Gravesend, Kent, England







18. Elizabeth Sarah - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 22 SEP 1846 Saint Peter And Saint Paul, Milton By Gravesend, Kent, England

19. Frances Elizabeth - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 17 NOV 1845 Saint Peter And Saint Paul, Milton By Gravesend, Kent, England



21. SARAH JANE FULLALOVE - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Female Christening: 27 APR 1828 Saint Peter And Saint Paul, Milton By Gravesend, Kent, England

22. JONATHAN FULLALOVE - International Genealogical Index
Gender: Male Christening: 26 JUN 1825 Saint Peter And Saint Paul, Milton By Gravesend, Kent, England





anglebar

anglebar Report 8 Jan 2013 17:26

I have only just come across this thread when I 'googled' Wiliam Thomas Asher Day. You may have, by now, sorted out the W.T.A. Day ancestors, but I thought I would add what I have discovered as it took me a while to sort out where each W.T.A. Day fitted in to my husband's tree!

I will start with my husband's 4x Gt. Grandfather, William:

William Day (1754 - ) married Mary Ashur (1764 - )
They had a son Asher (1793 - 1828) - I do not have any siblings for him.

Asher married Harriet Coxhead (1797 - 1840). Husband's 3 x Gt Grandparents
They had - Charles Day (1819 - 1860)
Elizabeth Hodson Day (1820 - )
William Day (1825 - 1889)

William Day married Elizabeth Rawlins (1828 - 1852) 2 x Gt Grandparents
They had - William Thomas Asher Day (1847 - 1918)
George (1850 - )
Elizabeth H (1851 - )

W.T.A. Day (1847) married Matilda Lydia Church (1854 - ) Gr Grandparents
They had - William Thomas Day (1874 - 1931)
Matilda (1877 - )
Edward Charles (1879 - )
Henry James (1860 - 1933) Husband's Grandfather

W.T.A. Day (1874 - 1931) is the chap who married Florence Hammond

Most of the Day men worked in the leather trade, from bridle cutters, harness makers, collar makers (for shire horses) and saddlers. Husband's GF and GGF worked at some stage with the horses used for pulling the Lord Mayor of London's Coach. Henry James Day ultimately had his own coach trimming business in Bournemouth, where he specialised in re-covering leather seats, as well as such things as the leather straps across the bonnets of Bugattis, and other vintage vehicles.

I hope this has helped those who said they had hit a brick wall!

Angela