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Cork / Re: What newspaper is referenced as CMC
« on: Today at 09:51 »
Hi Chinapaddy,

Thanks for your message, as I live close to Chester I will see if the Record Office, has a copy of the article.

Regards
Brian

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Cork / Re: What newspaper is referenced as CMC
« on: Monday 19 November 18 22:19 GMT (UK)  »
Hi All,
Many thanks to all who in the in the last week have replied to my message. I have now managed to copy all your new information into my master file.

Regards
Brian Audley

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Cork / Re: What newspaper is referenced as CMC
« on: Saturday 17 November 18 18:25 GMT (UK)  »
Hi,
Many thanks to all for all the additional information you have all provided it is going to take me a while to follow up all the links and add the new information to my master file.
My surname is Audley and my family moved in to Liverpool England around 1800 from Cheshire, England and as a result of that search I found the baptism in 1803 of George the son of George Audley and Margaret Audley formerly Blair.

The family of the Lord Audley (Formerly Earls of Castlehaven) is of secondary importance to me as by that time their surname was no longer Audley but Thicknesse-Touchet.

The person I am most interested in is Captain George Audley who married Margaret Blair in 1802. Could he in some way have been related to the Lord Audley family? I have some evidence from pre Castlehaven days that some of the children of Lord Audley used Audley as their surname rather than Touchet.
In his marriage George Audley is described as a Captain. Is there anyway to identify whether he was the Captain of a Ship, or a Captain in the Army?

Regards
Brian

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Cork / Re: What newspaper is referenced as CMC
« on: Friday 16 November 18 22:51 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Hallmark,
Thanks for your last two messages.

I do have a copy of the relevant pages of G E C's ' Complete Peerage'
Can  you please advise the source of the image that you attached to your second message as it states: 'I cannot pretend to have added much to it' ( i.e. to GEC's Complete Peerage) as I would like to investigate how much information your source has added to GEC's work.

Regards
Brian

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Cork / Re: What newspaper is referenced as CMC
« on: Friday 16 November 18 21:27 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Mary,
Many thanks for your very interesting Message.  To me your message raises several question which I hope you don't mind me asking.

In your message you tell me what the abbreviations are for the various newspapers you have quoted from but you appear to have missed SR from the list. Can you please advise what S R stands for?

With regard to the birth recorded in SR 13th November 1819 this would be the birth of John Nicholas Thicknesse-Touchet. By this time the surname of the family who held the title of Lord Audley was Thicknesse-Touchet. It was John Nicholas Thicknesse-Touchet's elder brother George Edward Thicknesse-Touchet (born 26th January 1817) who became the 21st Lord Audley.

With regard the birth recorded in CMI 27th November 1821 this would be the birth of William Ross Thicknesse-Touchet. The announcement says that the birth took place at his Lordship's house South Mall.  Would you happen to know whether South Mall is in Cork? I would guess that they had houses in more than one location.

The birth and death in 1825 will be the announcement of the birth and death of James Thicknesse-Touchet.

The parents of the above three children were George Thicknesse-Touchet (20th Lord Audley) (1783 to 1837) and Anne Jane Donnelly (d 1855). They married in 1816 in Belgium.

The other two entries are the one's that really interest me.

Re the marriage that was recorded in CMC 16 June 1802 between Capt George Audley and Miss Blair of Bantry. I have managed to obtain a clip from the newspaper; but my clipping does not say that they were married at Christchurch on June 11th.
Where did you get this information about Christchurch from?
Where is Christchurch; is in Cork, Bantry or somewhere else?
Can you confirm that Miss Blair's christian name was Margaret from the information about the marriage?

I know that A George Audley, a gentleman and his wife Margaret late Blair baptised a son George Audley 1803 in Liverpool England and I believe that that the parents of this baptism are the two people recorded in CMC as marrying in 1802.
Do you know where there is a copy of the Christchurch Registers as this should confirm the brides Christian name as being Margaret?

With regard to the Marriage on Saturday 21st July 1825. I am assuming that the Margaret Audley who was married was a widow and is the Miss Blair who married Captan George Audley in 1802.
Where is Desert? The only place, that I can find with that name is North East of Cork in the Direction of the M8 and some 70 miles from Bantry! Is there another Desert nearer to Bantry?
Her husband is described as 'of Capinaweel'. I cannot find Capinaweel can you advise where it is or was?
If Margaret re-married in 1825 this raised the question what happened to her first husband Captain George Audley and her son George Audley. Can you make any suggestions?

Many thanks for you your help and please accept my apologies for the rather long reply

Regards
Brian Audley




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Cork / Re: What newspaper is referenced as CMC
« on: Saturday 22 September 18 11:53 BST (UK)  »
aghadowey,

Thanks for that and it probably explains why their first child was baptised in Liverpool England

Can you recomend a website where I can see a copu of 16th June 1802 on line?

Regards
The Wirral Way

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Cork / What newspaper is referenced as CMC
« on: Saturday 22 September 18 11:38 BST (UK)  »
Hi All,
I am looking at marriages and deaths on the website:
https://corkgen.org/publicgenealogy/cork/potpourri/corkancestors.com/Deathsmarriages.htm

I am interested in a marriage referenced as (CMC 16/6/1802) (marriage Audley to Blair)

Clearly 16/6/1802 is the date but what is the publication referenced as CMC?

Are there archives somewhere of CMC so that I can check if the original has more information?

Thanks for your help

Regards
The Wirral Way

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Australia / Re: Emily Audley died Victoria, Australia in 1893
« on: Saturday 04 August 18 11:51 BST (UK)  »
Sparrett & TreeSpirit,
Thanks for the additional information.

I wonder what happened in 1869 to make them move from Sydney to Melbourne

Regards
Brian

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Australia / Re: Emily Audley died Victoria, Australia in 1893
« on: Friday 03 August 18 20:38 BST (UK)  »
TreeSpirit,
Thanks for the explanation
Regards
Brian

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