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Australia / Re: Sarah Smith
« on: Sunday 13 January 19 04:07 GMT (UK)  »
I have been pondering the same thing,  mainly because of this:

RE-INTERMENTS from Devonshire Street Cemetery in 1901:
The following were transferred to Bunnerong, Section 5N, Plot 105,
Emma GALLIOTT died 12th December 1837 aged 11 months.
Emma READ, cousin of the above, died 24th November 1837 aged I year & 9 mths
Joseph, son of Thomas & Charlotte GALLIOTT, died 24th March 1841 aged 6 years.
also Charlotte, wife of Thomas GALLIOTT, died 5th April 1841 aged 27 years
Mary Ann BAXTER, died 11th April 1841 aged 11 years.
Mrs Sarah GALLIOTT, wife of Mr William GALLIOTT, died 22nd April 1855 aged 71 years.


I believe Emma was the daughter of William MULHALL/REID and Elizabeth SMITH.  William was going by the name READ/REED/REID at the time.

Debra  :)

Worcestershire / Re: Can anyone find Noah Cox and Ann Partridge's marriage?
« on: Thursday 10 January 19 01:37 GMT (UK)  »
Bishop's Transcripts marriages are only indexed on FamilySearch from 1786 and to view the microfilm for earlier marriages you have access it at a Family History Centre.

How to view the church registers:

Debra  :)

Worcestershire / Re: Can anyone find Noah Cox and Ann Partridge's marriage?
« on: Thursday 10 January 19 01:22 GMT (UK)  »
It is from an old IGI patron submission.

Debra  :)


I also found his marriage certificate to Ada Amelia Branson stating that William Wright had parents named William and Emma Wright and was born in 1891.


MASON, James G    

This marriage certificate will have provision for the names of both of his parents including his mother's maiden surname, his age, place of birth, occupation and marital status.  Are you saying that those columns are blank?

Debra  :D

She married an Italian citizen so she also became an Italian citizen.

Debra  :D

Australia / Re: Woolford - Sydney, NSW pre mid 1850ís.
« on: Sunday 06 January 19 02:00 GMT (UK)  »
Her son Charles born 1861 is registered under WOOLFORD, YEE, and REDEGAR (sounds like Raddakar).

Charles was only registered once but INDEXED three times because of the arrangement of the names on the certificate.  It most likely names the father as An YEE and the mother as Mary Ann REDEGAR formerly WOOLFORD as that was her correct name at the time.

Debra  :D

What is recorded on the birth certificate for a marriage date and place?  Who was the informant on Amy's death cert?

Debra  :D

Lancashire / Re: James Hartley
« on: Saturday 05 January 19 14:38 GMT (UK)  »
Looking at the jump in Elizabeth's age between 1871 and 1881, the HIGGINSON marriage may be a third for James.

Debra  :D

Lancashire / Re: James Hartley
« on: Saturday 05 January 19 14:31 GMT (UK)  »

11 Oct 1877 Christ Church, Colne, Lancashire
James Hartley - (X), 62, Carter, Widower, Bents
Elizabeth Higginson - (X), 52, Widow, Lanshaw Bridge
Groom's Father: James Hartley, Weaver
Witnesses  John Hartley; Joseph Pickles

I don't think this is the correct marriage.  Looking at the children's GRO birth registrations it is more likely to be this one:

Marriage: 5 Feb 1866 St Bartholomew, Colne, Lancashire, England
James Hartley - (X), 49, Weaver, Widower, Bents
Elizabeth Smith - 30, Spinster, Barrowford
    Groom's Father: James Hartley, Weaver
    Bride's Father: William Smith, Farm Labourer
    Witness: Marth Sharp, (X); John Horsfield
    Married by Banns by: G Davidson
    Register: Marriages 1865 - 1870, Page 4, Entry 8
    Source: LDS Film 1471066

Debra  :D

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