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Denney or DEnyer
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|Liz||Report||26 Oct 2004 14:30|
My family history with info on census gives that CHARLES DENYER (b circa1858) married ANNIE MOORE (B circa 1860). We have never found marriage. Charles always states that he was born ST LUKES and it was always said that Annie was married before she was 21. Their first child was born 1881 in Nottingham. Christenings gives parents surname as Dennier or Denyer. NOW on Family search I have come across a Harry Denney marrying an Annie Moore in 1879. He was born in St Lukes in 1857. It does give his death as 1940 (Charles died in Nottingham in 1950's). Everything else seems to match up. ANNIE gives her birthplace as Heage or Tees bu could be anywhere. Cannot find Harry/Henry Denney on 1881. but neither is a positive Charles Is it possible that he could be Charles. HENRY and ANNie's marriage isn't in Free BMD. We beleive there was something of a skeleton but not sure what it was.