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AGGETT family Plymouth

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Seamonkey

Seamonkey Report 15 Oct 2009 18:41

AGGETT, I am trying to find the mothers maiden name of Beatrice Florence AGGETT (B 1904 East Stonehouse, Plymouth Devon England). Beatrice's father was William Aggett, believed born in Devon also.

JaneyCanuck

JaneyCanuck Report 15 Oct 2009 18:44

Do you have the mother's first name?

Have you searched for the parents' marriage at FreeBMD?

http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl

The one and only sure place to get the mother's surname is the child's birth certificate.


In the 1911 census

http://www.1911census.co.uk/search/tnaform.aspx

looking for AGGETT living with BEATRICE AGGETT in East Stonehouse -- her mother is Elizabeth, and the oldest child in the household was born in 1898.

FreeBMD will give you a marriage of an Elizabeth to a William Aggett in 1895 in Plymouth, but also one in 1888 in East Stonehouse. So again - the birth certificate is the only way to know who the mother was.

 Lindsey*

Lindsey* Report 15 Oct 2009 18:45

you can try looking for her family on 1911 census

JaneyCanuck

JaneyCanuck Report 15 Oct 2009 18:50

Heh, I was editing, Lindsey.

Yes, Seamonkey should do the 1911 search!

Gins

Gins Report 15 Oct 2009 18:54

It looks like the maiden is one of these but which one?

Marriages Dec 1900 (>99%)
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Aggett William Devonport 5b 716
Arscott Ellen Devonport 5b 716
Driscoll Mary Devonport 5b 716
Moir Alexander Devonport 5b 716

No one of these!

Marriages Jun 1895 (>99%)
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Aggett William Plymouth 5b 529
BRIMACOMBE Alfred George Plymouth 5b 529
Skentelbery Bertha Plymouth 5b 529
Thompson Elizabeth Bessie Plymouth 5b 529



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WelshShirl

WelshShirl Report 15 Oct 2009 18:58

1911 census: person search results
1 results found. You searched for:
First names BEATRICE
First names Algorithm Exact
Last names AGGETT
Last names Algorithm Exact
Residence EAST STONEHOUSE DEVONSHIRE

Schedule type Last names First names Sex Birth year Age in 1
1911 District / other County / other Transcript Original page

HOUSEHOLD AGGETT BEATRICE F 1905 6 East Stonehouse Devonshire

HOUSEHOLD AGGETT CAROLINE F 1898 13 East Stonehouse Devonshire

HOUSEHOLD AGGETT ELIZABETH F 1869 42 East Stonehouse Devonshire

HOUSEHOLD AGGETT EMILY F 1907 4 East Stonehouse Devonshire

HOUSEHOLD AGGETT JOHN M 1910 1 East Stonehouse Devonshire

HOUSEHOLD AGGETT THOMAS M 1906 5 East
Stonehouse Devonshire

HOUSEHOLD AGGETT WILLIAM M 1867 44 East Stonehouse
Devonshire

HOUSEHOLD AGGETT WILLIAM M 1901 10 East Stonehouse Devonshire

Shirl

JaneyCanuck

JaneyCanuck Report 15 Oct 2009 18:58

Indeed, those would be the two marriages I was referring to ... thinking, as usual, that it is wise to teach how to fish, rather than to serve up fish on a platter ...

Oh, and ditto for the 1911 census, I see now.

When someone needs help finding something they can't find, more power to us who help find it. But when they are things so easily found by people once they know how to look?