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Armagh / Re: Gone off the Planet ???
« on: Saturday 18 March 17 23:42 GMT (UK)  »
Jocelyn, did he marry Margaret Walker?
RosemaryJoan

Yes he married Margaret Walker - 17 Aug 1815 St. Botolph Aldgate, London, England.
There three children were baptised in the Chapel Royal of St. Peter ad Vincula, The Tower of London. Richard worked there.

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Armagh / Re: Belshaw
« on: Friday 17 March 17 22:28 GMT (UK)  »
Hi there,
I am looking for any information on a Richard Belshaw born ~1770 Shan(k)hill, near Lurgan. This information came from his army discharge records in 1809. Its also stated he was a weaver. On discharge he moved to London, England, married and had a family, from whom I am descended. Thereafter his surname has been spelt Bellshaw. It is our understanding that his forbearers were French Huguenot refugees. 
I would appreciate any help please.
Kind regards
Jocelyn

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Armagh / Re: Gone off the Planet ???
« on: Friday 17 March 17 22:28 GMT (UK)  »
Hi there,
I am looking for any information on a Richard Belshaw born ~1770 Shan(k)hill, near Lurgan. This information came from his army discharge records in 1809. Its also stated he was a weaver. On discharge he moved to London, England, married and had a family, from whom I am descended. Thereafter his surname has been spelt Bellshaw. It is our understanding that his forbearers were French Huguenot refugees. 
I would appreciate any help please.
Kind regards
Jocelyn

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Armagh / Re: ? Look Ups- COCHRAN, Tandragee
« on: Friday 17 March 17 22:26 GMT (UK)  »
Hi there,
I am looking for any information on a Richard Belshaw born ~1770 Shan(k)hill, near Lurgan. This information came from his army discharge records in 1809. Its also stated he was a weaver. On discharge he moved to London, England, married and had a family, from whom I am descended. Thereafter his surname has been spelt Bellshaw. It is our understanding that his forbearers were French Huguenot refugees. 
I would appreciate any help please.
Kind regards
Jocelyn

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Isle of Man Lookup Requests / Re: william beedon
« on: Sunday 25 April 10 11:46 BST (UK)  »
Hi there,
Don't know if you will get this, but I am searching the Isabella Curphey and Thomas Kinvig (both b ~1786 IOM) you mention in one of your other threads. I see you have found them in the 1841 and 1851 IOM census but for the life of me I can't see them. Is there any reason for this please ? Catherine's sister, Eliza (b 1815) is my gt gt grandmother. She was also a Milliner. Her married daughter and children came to New Zealand in 1879.

I would be very grateful if you have any information on Isabella Curphey and Thomas Kinvig please. I have his birth date and their marriage dates only and an unconvincing list of their children. I don't have the Ann listed who appears to be another daughter, providing 2 Isabella's Beedon grandchildren.

Regards
Jocelyn

and guess where little John was in 1851?

1851
HO107/2526 127 31
Castletown, Malew, Isle of Man
5 Crofts

Isabella Kinvig, head, wid, 66, Annuitant, b. Douglas
Catherine, dau, unm, 30, Milliner, b. Castletown
Mayant, dau, unm, 21, Milliner, b. do.
Isabella, dau, unm, 28?, b. do.
Ann Beedon, granddau, 13, b. do.
John Beedon, grandson, 4, b. do.

 8)

Thomas and Isabella are at HO107/1464/5 5 4 in 1841. shout if details needed.

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