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Marisa Fearn

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David Anthony

David Anthony Report 11 Apr 2013 21:26

She was never born never died not in any census but she married my ancestor and had 3 children how do i find her


patchem Report 11 Apr 2013 21:30

Could you say where you got the information about her from, please?

Marriages Jun 1908
Fearn Marisa Bridge 2a 176[23]

Is it 1753, and is it Marisa or Marien?
Have you got the actual certificate?


Mike *

Mike * Report 11 Apr 2013 21:30

It would help to know who she married and when.

She could have been born outside Eng & Wales
She may have been married before
She may have taken on a stepfather's surname


MarieCeleste Report 11 Apr 2013 21:33

Previous thread:

May have been some deleted?

Cynthia has sent one of her messages previously about how to return.


patchem Report 11 Apr 2013 21:37

David has now posted 3 times, so another thread somewhere else?


Cynthia Report 11 Apr 2013 21:39

Looks like Cynthia may have to send another message...... :-D


MarieCeleste Report 11 Apr 2013 21:39

David, if you're reading this there is a link on the left called "My Threads", this is visible on any of the community boards.

Click on that to get back to any thread you've started or posted on. Don't start another thread about a person you've already asked about as this means we duplicate research.

When people have posted info for you then you need to acknowledge that by using the "add reply" box just below. Same goes if you have any questions about what's been posted or have any further queries.

Genes don't notify you of any responses to your query you have to keep checking back and you need to stick around to answer any queries we have.

Hope this helps.


MarieCeleste Report 11 Apr 2013 21:40

patchem - this particular thread posted twice.


Cynthia Report 11 Apr 2013 21:46

Have just sent another message with those details MC.......lets hope he makes it back here. :-)

David Anthony

David Anthony Report 11 Apr 2013 22:18

She married Ernest Albert Edward Burden 1908 bridge Kent i have only a genes reunited copy but i know her only living child's family i got her name from looking up who Ernest married knowing Marisa maiden name helped she died between 1916 1920 as he remarried 1921 this is all i have

Mike *

Mike * Report 11 Apr 2013 22:20

David, I'm assuming you don't have the marriage certificate.

That would be your best start.

It should tell you her age, if she was a spinster or widow, and
her father's name and occupation

Mike *

Mike * Report 11 Apr 2013 22:24

How do you know she died?
Maybe they just separated

Mike *

Mike * Report 11 Apr 2013 22:28

Is this not him in 1911 ?

says he was single though

Name: Ernest Albert Edward Burden
Age in 1911: 26
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1885
Birth Place: Faversham, Kent, England
County/Island: Military
Country: England
Marital Status: Single
Occupation: Nil
Registration District Number: 641
ED, institution, or vessel: India


ArgyllGran Report 11 Apr 2013 22:34


Births Mar 1889 (>99%)
Fearn Marion Bridge 2a 807


patchem Report 11 Apr 2013 22:38

You are repeating information already found on the original thread.