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Family History Beginners Board / Re: MEDCALF family
« on: Tuesday 08 October 19 23:11 BST (UK)  »
I am trying to find any information on the following people; Dorothy Boning who married Isaac Medcalf 1689-1773 her dOB & death please have children etc.
Also Isaac's father & mother may have been Isaac 1667 - 1715 wife Elizabeth ? & Next generation if possible.
Regards
Peter
I believe it to be Isaac Medcalf & Lydia Stubbins, his father Robert Medcalf & Elizabeth Owens, his father Thomas Medcalf and Marie ? and his father Robert Medcalf.
This is from information given to me.

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The Common Room / Re: Marriage out of area
« on: Saturday 05 October 19 20:19 BST (UK)  »
The Era 02 October 1853

Transfer of Licence -29th September
Nags Head , Enfield
William Hall to George Rixon
Thanks, I haven't got that.
Where do you find licence records?

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The Common Room / Re: Marriage out of area
« on: Saturday 05 October 19 17:39 BST (UK)  »
In case you're interested:

18 August 1859 - St John the Baptist, Hoxton, by Banns

William Woodfield, f.a., bachelor.  Baker.  Father:  James, Shoemaker
Isabella Ruth Hall, minor.  Father:  William Hall, Florist
Yes I have that thanks and one of their daughters married a Cornish schoolteacher in Poplar.

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The Common Room / Re: Marriage out of area
« on: Saturday 05 October 19 17:36 BST (UK)  »
But he's never married in Enfield, has he?  Added to that, he has also changed occupations from Licensed Victualler to Florist between 1851 and 1859.
Agreed but as I said previously his 1st two wives were probably from outside of Enfield.

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The Common Room / Re: Marriage out of area
« on: Saturday 05 October 19 17:35 BST (UK)  »
He might have moved to Holborn after the death of Caroline, and then back after the marriage to Rhoda.
I might never know the answer to that.  But as a nurseryman it is unlikely that it was very permanent.

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The Common Room / Re: Marriage out of area
« on: Friday 04 October 19 21:40 BST (UK)  »
yes, but disregarding that because he was living in Enfield (apart from maybe travelling to falsify a declaration)
Why did two Enfieldians marry in London?

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The Common Room / Re: Marriage out of area
« on: Friday 04 October 19 20:20 BST (UK)  »
Thank you BumbleB, rosi99 and Annette7 for your replies.
I have everything.  Except the very elusive marriage number 3.
But
   my big question is why is marriage 4 in the Smoke when both were living in Enfield?

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The Common Room / Re: Marriage out of area
« on: Friday 04 October 19 15:03 BST (UK)  »
He was a licensed victualler in Enfield from 1839 and then started a nursery business.  He lived in Enfield until he died.

I believed that all his wives came from parts of London and that was why he married there.  But it seems that this one lived in Enfield.

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The Common Room / Marriage out of area
« on: Friday 04 October 19 13:38 BST (UK)  »
I have a 4th marriage for an ancestor whose 3 previous wives all died and at least 2 had been married in church.
The ancestor lived in Enfield, Middlesex, certainly from 1839 onwards until his death in 1871.  He is on all the census there.
His 1st & 2nd marriages had been at St Botolphs, Bishopsgate and St Lukes, Old Street.  The 3rd marriage has yet to be found.
The 4th marriage in 1859 is at St Andrew, Holborn. In the 1841 census his wife is living in Enfield with her parents.
Why would they marry in Holborn?

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