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Messages - maddys52

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Australia / Re: Austen/Austin
« on: Yesterday at 09:23 »
Thanks Jamjar, always good to provide links to related threads so that research isn't duplicated.  :)

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Australia / Re: Austen/Austin
« on: Yesterday at 02:47 »
Speculation again, but there is a death for a 40 year old Catherine AUSTEN in Sept qtr 1837 registered at Romney Marsh, which includes Burmarsh.

There are then around 20 marriages for a John AUSTI/EN between Sept 1837 and Jun 1839. If you could identify any later children born in England (the passenger list says 8 children), you should be able to find out the mother's maiden name on the GRO birth index.

Modified to add: On familysearch there is a burial for Catherine AUSTEN 8 Aug 1837, aged 41 at Burmarsh.

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Australia / Re: Austen/Austin
« on: Thursday 13 December 18 09:54 GMT (UK)  »
If this is your John AUSTIN, then there is this possibility for his baptism:
25 Nov 1781 at All Saints Burmarsh, parents Edward and Eizabeth.

Possible for Catherine:
1 Nov 1796 at St Peter and Paul Appledore, parents James and Sarah.

All on FreeReg (as is their marriage and the baptism of their children)

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Australia / Re: Austen/Austin
« on: Thursday 13 December 18 09:35 GMT (UK)  »
Oh yes, that's what I was thinking, but my fingers typed something different.  :-[

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Australia / Re: Austen/Austin
« on: Thursday 13 December 18 09:00 GMT (UK)  »
Article here mentions Sophia BREMNER, wife of John BREMNER as sister in law of "Julia CHARLTON late ROUSE" in 1867 at Maitland
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18716435

Modified to add:
The William GIBB mentioned in the above article could be William GIBB who married Catherine AUSTEN in 1847, (324/1847 V1847324 78) the "PC" code on the index refers to Presbyterian in the Maitland area.

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Australia / Re: Austen/Austin
« on: Thursday 13 December 18 06:48 GMT (UK)  »
This may be a long shot, but a John AUSTIN married Catherine DEAN in Appledore, Kent 9 Sept 1822. There is a John AUSTIN baptised to parents John and Catherine 29 June 1823 at Burmarsh, Kent, and 6 subsequent children all with parents John and Catherine  (Edward has mother as "Catherine Dean [or Dane?] AUSTIN"):

1823  John
1824  Elizabeth
1826 Edward
1827 William
1830 Catherine
1832 Julia
1833 Sophia

I can't see this family in any of the English censuses, so presumably immigrated.

Modified to add Catherine's alternative spelling of her middle name

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Free Photo Restoration & Date Old Photographs / Re: Maypole Dairy store but where?
« on: Wednesday 12 December 18 06:07 GMT (UK)  »
If the tea shops were in Lancashire and Yorkshire, and if Ernest is the young looking chap on the right above that 'x', I guess he's born 1900 - 1909? I can see around 10 likely suspects on FreeBMD.  :) If he's the slightly older one on the left, then there's quite a few more ...

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Free Photo Restoration & Date Old Photographs / Re: Maypole Dairy store but where?
« on: Wednesday 12 December 18 05:31 GMT (UK)  »

However..... there are quite a few Ernest Revells born in the early to mid 1900s so take a bow.

The only Ernest Revell I found in the north, in a suitable time frame, was registered in Glanford Brigg (Scunthorpe) in 1905.

Unfortunately there appears to be a death registered of Ernest REVELL aged 1 at Glanford Brigg in 1906.

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Family History Beginners Board / Re: James Denmeade B:1808
« on: Tuesday 11 December 18 22:00 GMT (UK)  »
Also this obit:
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article236110400

"Campbelltown, Monday
An old identity named James Denmead, for 30 years a butcher here, died this morning, aged 80 years."
The Daily Telegraph, Tuesday, 11 December 1894

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