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parish registers for St Martin in the Fields

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vanessa

vanessa Report 20 Dec 2011 10:31

hi Flick
no, I don't have an ancestry subscription - i have a 3 month voucher for FMP at the moment - just trying to work out what is best for my needs...
i was told that ancestry only have the marriage records for 1800 until 1834 for St Martin in the Fields and since he was born / bap in 1779 I thought he may hae been married prior to 1800.
nothing came up on the igi....but his second marriage to Sarah Thompson did.

cheers
vanessa

Charlotte

Charlotte Report 20 Dec 2011 11:58

Vanessa,

The pre-1813 London records that Ancestry has are now at least partially indexed.

KenSE

KenSE Report 20 Dec 2011 12:05

There are two baptisms at St Andrews Holborn for children of John & Louisa Manley.

Louisa Christina Elizabeth on 12 Jul 1807
Mary on 6 Feb 1809

I'll send you the images.
Ken

Charlotte

Charlotte Report 20 Dec 2011 13:12

Looked at the marriages of Manley names in Westminster and found a Thomas Christian Manley marrying Amelia Blackmun or man in St. Martin on 17 Jun 1832, he born about 1811. Looks like one of yours. John & Susan Paxton or Parton are witnesses. Looking at witnesses on others didn't help. He is, I found his baptism in St. Martin with parents as John & Louisa

Richard Christian Manley born 17 Jan 1810 bap 24 Feb 1811

Thought I should mention two baptisms in St. Andrew, Holborn to John and Louisa Manley

Louisa Christiana Elizabeth born 22 Apr 1807 bap 12 Jul

Mary bap 6 May 1809 If I were her I would have had a complex because I got only one name and my sister had three and my birthdate was left out of the baptism record.

Louisa Manley's burial at St. Martin, 7 May 1819, age 33, living in Hunts Cot.

Charlotte

Flick

Flick Report 20 Dec 2011 14:00

The ONLY marriage for his name on Ancestry is the one you were given earlier in the thread....if there had been another one, it would have been added.

vanessa

vanessa Report 20 Dec 2011 21:59

thank you to everyone for your help and advice!

charlotte - love the comment about the 3 names versus one! i too only have one name and my YOUNGER sister has 3...just something else to blame my parents for....

looks like I need to search wider for John Christian's first marriage.

vanessa :-)

Michael

Michael Report 8 Jan 2013 17:34

http://archive.org/details/registerofbaptis00stma

JUST COME ACROSS THE FOLLOWING ABOVE VIA GOOGLE: A LIST OF BMD's BETWEEN 1550-1619 & PUBLISHED IN 1898.

IF YOU CAN'T RAISE ON THE ABOVE TRY ENTERING 'ST MARTIN IN THE FIELDS BAPTISMS' IN GOOGLE SEARCH.

Susan

Susan Report 9 Jan 2013 07:59

Dau marriage ?

London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921
about Frederick Rowbottom Name: Frederick Rowbottom <<School Master
Age: Full Age
Spouse Name: Louisa Manley
Record Type: Marriage
Event Date: 29 Jul 1848
Parish: St Marylebone
Borough: Westminster
Father Name: John Rowbottom <<<School Master
Spouse Father Name: John Christian Manley <<Hair Manufacturer
Register Type: Parish Register