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 :) Thank you for that I will bear it in mind
Keyboard86

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Blimey, I did not know that DNA was that advanced these days that it is possible to get  your family tree so far back without birth/marriage/death certificates?
How much does it cost?
Keyboard86

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Hi again, you must read through all replies given to you, I have already supplied a possible death for Thomas Hambridge in Nuneaton 1923 aged 65 and his possible parents?
Keyboard86

PS if you have only one marriage certificate for a Walker how did you get as far back as your Great Great Nan Emily Amy Walker father James Walker?

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Hi again, you must read through all replies given to you, I have already supplied a possible death for Thomas Hambridge in Nuneaton 1923 aged 63 and his possible parents?
Keyboard86

PS if you have only one marriage certificate for a Walker how did you get as far back as your Great Great Nan Emily Amy Walker father James Walker?

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 :) Hi sorry I am getting a bit lost, on the marriage of George Herbert Walker to Ada Byfield 1909 we have witnesses of Charles Byfield & EMILY, the marriage of William Hambridge to Sarah Ann Thompson 1910 has witnesses as Joseph Thompson & EMILY

So, we presume that the EMMA with Thomas for which at present I cannot locate a marriage, had some link to the Emily who had an ilegitimate child, and was she witness to two marriages as Walker?

When/where was George Herbert Walker born, and does it actually say "Illegitimate child of Emily" on his marriage certificate?
Keyboard86

PS I see you have a huge thread on the Walker family, what was the outcome, from a cursory glance one of the witnesses was an Emily Jones not Walker or Hambridge
Sorry this is getting too complicated for me, two threads that have covered 9 pages of replies.

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Travelling People / Re: hambridge family on there canal boat.
« on: Sunday 14 October 18 17:26 BST (UK)  »
 :) As I say, I do not know as at present no marriage I can locate to Thomas?
It is so difficult because I get the impression you have no birth/marriage or death certificates for either the Hambridge or Walker families
Keyboard86

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Travelling People / Re: hambridge family on there canal boat.
« on: Sunday 14 October 18 16:58 BST (UK)  »
Hi Kirstyjane, the only Hambridge family I could locate that worked the canals was this one, with a William, but he was not born in Ireland?

1901 Census
Thomas Hambridge 46 occ Captain Boatman ( Barge) b Banbury
Emma 40 b Banbury
William 18 occ Captain Boatman b Birmingham
Thomas 16 occ Captain Boatman b Birmingham
John 10 b Birmingham
Bertie 6 b Birmingham
Residing at Canal Boat, at Emscote Wharfs, Warwick.
Census Ref RG13/2929/55/31
Keyboard86

Note all the children on this census ( age slightly askew sometimes) have mothers maiden name Walker
Keyboard86

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Travelling People / Re: hambridge family on there canal boat.
« on: Sunday 14 October 18 16:36 BST (UK)  »
I at present do not know,  as I at present cannot locate a marriage of Thomas Hambridge to an Emma Walker, Emma has to be traced back from 1901 census?
Keyboard86

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Travelling People / Re: hambridge family on there canal boat.
« on: Sunday 14 October 18 16:17 BST (UK)  »
With all due respects that does not state that you confirm/deny that the parents of Thomas Hambridge b c 1857 were as shown, and confirm that the mother of Bertie was a Walker?
Keyboard86

PS Thomas Hambridge possibly died June qtr 1923 Nuneaton aged 65?

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