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Staffordshire Baptism records

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Mike *

Mike * Report 16 Jan 2013 12:01

If father was deceased he would still be named on cert. I have some like that.

Beryl

Beryl Report 16 Jan 2013 11:55

I am desparately looking to find some information about the baptism of two children, both I believe born in Wolverhampton, one in 1837 and one in 1839. I have been unable to trace birth certificates and wonder if there could be records of a baptism. The names of the children are Frances (Fanny) Hevingham 1837 and Thomas Hevingham 1839 - the surname spelling could have been changed, as it seems to have on many ocassions - but if anyone could help, or even point me in the right direction, i would be grateful. On the marriage certificate of Thomas, in 1864 no father;s name appears - so wonder if he could be illigitimate, or maybe father deceased? It seems Frances never married. So if anyone could help, I would be grateful.

Many thanks - Ann Fitter (nee |Hevingham)