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Prosser family, London/Middlesex early 1800s

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Chris Ho :)

Chris Ho :) Report 9 Oct 2012 09:22

a google search of beloudy collier street, brings up a few items.
(does look like Collier Street on Burial image)

UK, Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811
about Josh Beloudy
Master's Name: Josh Beloudy
Apprentice Name: Edwd Ryan (who married Elizabeth Beloudy, perhaps!)
Residence Location: Clerkenwell
Payment Date: 15 Apr 1796

Master's Name: Jos Beloudy
Apprentice Name: M A J Mitchel
Residence Location: St John Clerkenwell, Middlesex
Payment Date: 5 Aug 1785

Chris :)

edits (another Daughter)

Pallot's Marriage Index for England: 1780 - 1837
about Cathe Beloudy
Name: Cathe Beloudy
Spouse: Wm Langshaw
Marriage Date: 1796
Parish: St. Pancras

۞ Cherilyn ۞

۞ Cherilyn ۞ Report 10 Oct 2012 04:05

Hmm so that is the Clerkenwell one... I am thinking the one born c1740 might have been too old to be Mary's father and perhaps he is more likely the other one b. c1758...very confusing!

Chris Ho :)

Chris Ho :) Report 10 Oct 2012 10:31

Yes, would also think the 1758 one...

(wonder if the Will would give the odd answer. lol)

Chris :)