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NOW CLOSED...1861-1901 Census..BMD..Pallots marria

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Coralie

Coralie Report 18 Jul 2005 08:43

Hi Lesley Thanks for your very quick response. Unfortunately I don't think is is my Charles Evans & Mary. Charles as a apprentice waterman wasn't allowed to marry until he had finished his apprentiship which wasn't until 1817 Cheers Coralie

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 14:59

Good afternoon everyone. I am only doing look ups that are put on this thread, I am not replying to any sent privately...so if you have sent a private request please put it on here.. I did say on my first message only to put requests on here THANK YOU Lesley

Mike

Mike Report 18 Jul 2005 15:19

Thanks for the Lush look up Lesley Much obliged regards Mike

Elaine

Elaine Report 18 Jul 2005 15:19

Hi Lesley Does th Pallots baptism cover all areas? I am looking for a baptism for William Hodson b Manchester abt 1836. In 1861 he is living in Gorton. He may have a sister Alice. Also his marriage to a Jane ? born in Ireland married about 1855 ish probably Manchester. Many thanks for anything that connects Elaine

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 15:43

STEVEN I have looked all over for 1861 for William b:1855 +/- 5yrs I have found 4 Williams but none of them match...They are wrong Parents names. 1 is down as Grandson but he born Pimlico Middlesex London b:abt 1857 living Bethnal Green... Will go see if I can find them on 1891 for you STEVEN I cant find Him anywhere on 1891 Im sorry Lesley

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 16:02

ELAINE This could be Williams Birth?? Name: Hodson, William Record Type: Births Quarter: December Year: 1838 District: Salford County: Greater Manchester Lancashire Volume: 20 Page: 685 Lesley

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 16:08

ELAINE This looks like their Marriage Name: McManus, Jane Name: Hodson, William Record Type: Marriages Quarter: December Year: 1858 District: Preston County: Lancashire Volume: 8e Page: 597 Here is Janes Birth of 1861 census. Name: Jane McManus Age: 22 Estimated birth year: abt 1839 Relation: Daughter Gender: Female Where born: Ireland Do you want the 1861 with her family? What other info do you want? Lesley

Jan

Jan Report 18 Jul 2005 16:26

Hi Lesley Thanks so much for your offer. Could you please see if you can find Birth abt 1795 of John Bailey, Woolwich, Gt London Marriage Abt 1814 John Bailey to Mary ?, probably Woolwich, Gt London (John Bailey a Gunner in Royal Artillery) Birth Abt 1825 William Newlyn, Loughton, Essex Marriage Abt 1850 William Newlyn to Elizabeth? poss Essex but could be Woolwich, Gt London Birth Abt 1854 William Newlyn, Woolwich, Gt London - parents William and Elizabeth Birth Abt 1857 John Newlyn - parents William and Elizabeth Marriage Abt 1869 William Newlyn (II) to Elizabeth ?, also Woolwich Many thanks again for this offer Lesley - but please don't bother if you have to pay for any searches. Best wishes Jan

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 16:46

JAN This could be John's Birth But as my geography isnt great I dont know which Parish Woolwich would come under Your search will only show records that match all of these fields: First Name John Last Name Bailey Soundex Exact Baptism Day All Baptism Month All Baptism Year 1795 +/- 5 Yrs County London RESULT 1 : Name: John Bailey Baptism Date: 1795 Parent 1: John Bailey Parent 2: Rebecca Bailey Parish: St. Andrew Holborn County: London RESULT 2 : Name: John Thomas Bailey Baptism Date: 1800 Parent 1: John Bailey Parent 2: Hannah Bailey Parish: St. Andrew Holborn County: London Will carry on with other searches now Regards Lesley

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 17:54

JAN I have looked for Willaim Newlyn & Elizabeth's marriage c1850 but nothing is coming close to the year. for either Essex or London. I can't find his birth in c1825 either +/- 10 yrs.. I cant find John b:c1857 or his parents marriage.. I might have found John Newlyn marriage in 1882 in Woolwich if you havnt already got it??? Lesley

Jan

Jan Report 18 Jul 2005 18:01

Hi Lesley That was quick. Thank you. I think Woolwich came under Kent, although everything I look at says Gt London Kent. I know 3 of John's children were christened at The Garrison Chapel Woolwich, Kent in the early 1800s also some of the Newlyn's at St. Mary Magdalen, Woolwich Kent, so is it Kent you mean by Parish or the churches? Sorry, not much help!! Jan x

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 18:03

JAN the only marriage coming up for William Newlyn abt 1869 is in 1872 in Beaminster Dorset.Somerset. Search was 1869 +/- 5 yrs Name came up as William Slade Newlyn Search for 1869 +/- 10 yrs Name was William Newlyn but it was in 1877 in Wandsworth Surrey London & 2 others Married in Dover.... Do you think any of them could be possible? Lesley

Jan

Jan Report 18 Jul 2005 18:04

Grief Lesley, you're on fire today LOL Yes, that is the correct marriage for John - to Theressa Smith 1882. I have that cert. Have been looking for the Newlyn births for almost a year. Cannot find them anywhere. That'll be the breakthrough if I can get just one. Then I'll know the Mum, Elizabeth's maiden name. Really grateful for all your work Lesley. Regards Jan x

Jan

Jan Report 18 Jul 2005 18:08

Lesley, the marriage in Wandsworth 1877. Does it give name of wife? Is she an Elizabeth. We think that both father and son (William) married an Elizabeth. Certainly Wm (II), who was mis-transcribed NewLAN was with Elizabeth King on two certs I HOPE are my grandfather and his sister Emily. Jan x

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 18:11

JAN The William Slade is married to an Elizabeth.... Lesley

Jan

Jan Report 18 Jul 2005 18:17

Lesley We cannot connect the Beaminster or Hampshire Newlyns to our at the moment. Slade is also a bit alien too, unless one of the Mothers was s Slade earlier even than these. There is also Wm Sambrook Newlyn we've not been able to link. Very frustrating LOL. Thanks for your help Lesley J xx

Emma

Emma Report 18 Jul 2005 18:24

Hi Lesley This is a tricky one but I was wondering if you could look for a John Henry Grosvenor on the 1861 and 1871 census for me. The tricky part is that other than he says he was born in Birmingham, Warwickshire and his year of birth is somewhere between 1840 and 1850 then I have no other info on him. I know he married in 1875 in Tipton, Dudley,Staffordshire and his place of residence was then down as West Bromwich, Staffordshire. It may be possible that he was living with a William Henry Brookes and William's wife Jane. John puts his father down as William Grosvenor but I am not entirely sure that he was telling the truth. Thats all I have so far on him. I am hoping that some of it may come together but you never know. Thanks again and I hope I haven't confused you! Regards, Emma

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 18:24

JAN VERY isnt the word lol I will keep a note of all your names and when I have spare time I will search again..but think I need a rest from this family for a while now lol I might be looking so hard I cant see them lol Regards Lesley

Jan

Jan Report 18 Jul 2005 18:27

Totally understand Lesley. I've been the same for 12 months LOL. No rush anyway. If you feel like it some other time I'll be grateful. Many thanks Jan xx

* Loopy Lesley

* Loopy Lesley Report 18 Jul 2005 18:32

EMMA Think this is Henry?? Name: Grosvenor, Henry Record Type: Births Quarter: March Year: 1852 District: Birmingham (1837-1924) County: Warwickshire Volume: 6d Page: 94 This is his marriage but with no wife's name Name: GROSVENOR, John Henry Record Type: Marriages Quarter: March Year: 1875 District: Dudley County: Staffordshire Worcestershire Volume: 6c Page: [1]65 Going looking at census now Lesley