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HeyJudeB4Beatles

HeyJudeB4Beatles Report 4 Feb 2013 19:04

This is interesting......

Marriages Mar 1848 (>99%)
Bell Frederick Newcastle T 25 300
BURN Eleanor Newcastle T 25 300
Burns William Newcastle T. 25 300
Crooks Mary Ann Newcastle upon Tyne 25 300
Healey Elizabeth Newcastle upon Tyne 25 300
Hedley Elizabeth Newcastle Tyne 25 300
Kirkpatrick Richard Newcastle upon Tyne 25 300
Mitchell Margaret Newcastle Tyne 25 300
OXLEY Richard Newcastle Tyne 25 300
Robson John Newcastle Tyne 25 300
SAXON John Newcastle upon Tyne 25 300
Simm Isabella Newcastle Tyne 25 300
SPENCE William Newcastle Tyne 25 300
THOMPSON Minora Newcastle T 25 300
TRUMAN Mary Ann Newcastle T 25 300

So we have MITCHELL ROBSON and OXLEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SylviaInCanada

SylviaInCanada Report 5 Feb 2013 01:03

Gillian ......... just a note

Thomas Humble Robson born 1st 1/4 1849 in Northumberland.


This just means that his birth was registered in the first 3 months of 1849 .......

................... he could have been born late in 1848.


Mothers then, as now, had 6 weeks in which to register the birth of a child.


You would get the actual date of birth, as well as the mother's name, from the birth certificate.


you really do need to buy that certificate




sylvia