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Ancestry blah blah lookups and bmd stuff

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The Ego

The Ego Report 26 Mar 2006 18:40

Paul and kat-spent a lot of time looking -not getting anywhre.

The Ego

The Ego Report 26 Mar 2006 18:41

paul-your man was a butcher then later a bricklayer-what on earth happened in between heaven knows.

Karen

Karen Report 26 Mar 2006 18:48

HI alter Oh I thought the birth cert would say : 'ann jenner formerly ..... ' Have you any suggestion how i could get James Jenner and Ann's marriage cert all i know is she was born in greenwich and he in tunbridge wells. I know they were back in england by the 1851 census Ta Karen

The Ego

The Ego Report 26 Mar 2006 19:23

karen was his middle name jacob? ive found a marriage possible in maidstone and in lambeth (jacob) but multi listed names-the others would have to be paired up to eliminate.

The Ego

The Ego Report 26 Mar 2006 19:26

Joy -one of the censi deffo says Scotland !!!

Karen

Karen Report 26 Mar 2006 19:28

hi alter He did not have a middle name as far as i know another contact on the tips board has found a possible anne priddy for janes mother foung on igi Karen

The Ego

The Ego Report 26 Mar 2006 19:37

the only possible in england 1837>>1850 is this james jenner sep 1846 maidstone 5 366 to an ANN PEARSON, but i need to eliminate the possible links to the name Cullum and Tye hopefully by using the next censi and seeing if children or ages tally.

The Ego

The Ego Report 26 Mar 2006 19:51

tye deffo eliminated -he married a caroline that day-cullum looks wrong aswell in that area - cant find one marrying an ann,so....... I reckon it is ANN PEARSON

Karen

Karen Report 26 Mar 2006 20:35

hi alter Was Ann pearson born in greenwich in about 1805.. I now know that anns and james children were christened in england st pauls church deptford kent but i still have no confirmed maiden name. I have also now got an ammended dob for James as 1792 sorry about i hope you can still help me Thanks Karen

babs123

babs123 Report 26 Mar 2006 20:56

Thanks for looking AE. I thought if anyone could find it you would!! Never mind Kat

The Ego

The Ego Report 26 Mar 2006 21:17

Karen-why suddenly the change-dont believe half of what IGI comes up with-you said the children were born in the mid 1840's.

The Ego

The Ego Report 26 Mar 2006 21:23

the james jenner who was born in 1792 married a sarah in 1850-whoever has been giving you that lead ??

The Ego

The Ego Report 26 Mar 2006 21:26

kat thereare alot of 1891 that are missing-ive got lots-they simply were not on it or records have been lost-its a common blind spot.

Karen

Karen Report 26 Mar 2006 21:52

hi alter Got a link on james Jenner, ann jenner, jane jenner, amry a jenner from 1851 census from ancestry .co.uk . it says he was born in 1792 and he was 59, ann wasborn 1805 in this census. then 1861 census james born 1792 and 69 yrs old, but ann as born in 1803. she was in her 40s when she had her daughters cheers karen

Jacqueline

Jacqueline Report 27 Mar 2006 10:26

Please could you do a birth lookup for me? Elizabeth Dicker. Born c1854 in South Warnborough, Hampshire. (Hartley Wintney district) I can only find an Eliza Dicker who was her cousin. Many thanks, Jackie.

The Ego

The Ego Report 27 Mar 2006 10:35

the only one i can find around that time is elizabeth williamson dicker born chesterton(cambridgeshire)3b 460 march 1853

The Ego

The Ego Report 27 Mar 2006 10:40

after doing a 10 year scan........only 2 other remotely close elizabeth dicker basingstoke 7 64 june 1850 elizabeth brown dicker reading 2c 332 june 18579parents=maria i wouldnt be too specific with the eliza/liz//elizabeth thing though -they are interchangeable

The Ego

The Ego Report 27 Mar 2006 10:45

according to IGI she was 29 in 1881-elizabeth E. Dicker -is this her?

chezzy

chezzy Report 27 Mar 2006 10:46

Hiya,thankyou for your kind offer!! would appreciate a hand trying to track down a(2) marriage's 1st one David Horner b.1843c leeds and mary-ann hassal b.1841 leeds.They had a daughter annie born 1866 in Leeds if thats any help? know david had died somewhere between 1861-1867..and i think ive got the correct death for him now(aug 1867 in horton,b'ford) believe Mary-ann Hassal then remarried to a Benjamin Craven b.1843 bradford as they are on the 1871 census together with Mary-ann and davids daughter annie Horner. thanks again.x

The Ego

The Ego Report 27 Mar 2006 10:47

eliza listed as child of edward and jane born in HW in 1853